Cloud Brokering and Provider Management

Lately I started discussing Brokering in a group conversation and took the NIST definition expecting all attendees would immediately relate to what brokering actually meant. Halfway through the conversation however somebody intervened and asked me why I was not just using a web page with links for all the services that needed to be accessed.... Continue Reading →

Security, Compliance and Hybrid Environments

Public cloud is more secure than private cloud, many specialists will tell you, and they are probably right. But that’s not the point as most companies going for hybrid environments. Let’s take a look at the predictions from Industry analysts:IDC predicts that more than 80% of Enterprise IT Organizations Will Commit to Hybrid Cloud Architectures... Continue Reading →

Are you going to cloud for the right reason?

Many companies have established a cloud first strategy. Many clients tell me they are moving to the cloud. But are they doing that for the right reasons? Are they thinking through all aspects of why it makes sense to go to the cloud? Why ask the question? Transforming applications and infrastructure is a complex endeavor,... Continue Reading →

Cloud Native, you said Cloud Native?

Yet another term that has become fashion these days. Cloud Native application, wow that sounds like something great, but what does it really mean and when is it truly helpful? According to Webopedia, Cloud-native app is a term promoted by VMware to refer to apps that are installed in cloud-based virtual machines. According to VMware,... Continue Reading →

Batch to the future–Part 2

The Batch is dead, long live to batch jobs In our previous blog entry, we raised the point that the Cloud is the unique opportunity to promote smart architectures with enough details so that we can address larger issues beyond promoting established Cloud Native and DevOps guidelines for deploying new applications and we close with... Continue Reading →

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