Within an enterprise, teams are turning to cloud services for varied reasons. As more organizations move to multi-cloud, there’s a growing need to simplify the multi-cloud landscape. Leveraging multiple public clouds at the same time often presents significant networking challenges.
What are the challenges you need to be aware of if you’re looking to adopt a hybrid architecture for your computing needs? How can you ensure consistent gains in flexibility, mobility, and ease-of-use across applications and workloads in your SMB or enterprise? There are five important areas of consideration.
We spoke with Vince Lubsey, CTO of Lemongrass about why companies are migrating legacy systems to cloud infrastructure and what challenges they face when making the move. Vince Lubsey also gives important tips to make the transition as smooth as possible.
“Cloud-native” apps are designed to take advantage of a distributed systems environment, increasing the applications’ performance, scalability and fault tolerance. In this article, Erica Langhi will share insight into the key requirements for making your app development approach fully “cloud-native”.
This year’s sudden, unexpected need for cloud capabilities has helped to shift a very important learning to the forefront: Privacy and security are not corners you can cut. While the need to quickly migrate to the cloud is understandable, it is just as important to implement the necessary steps to reduce the risk of data exposure.
The cloud demands new skills as it continues to grow, but the skills gap persists. This lack of skills is often cited as one of the biggest barriers to a successful cloud adoption. One recent survey found that 86% of IT leaders think that a shortage of cloud talent will slow down cloud projects in 2020.
Over the past twenty years, there have been several big trends in distributed computing. Today, we have more developers using microservices designs to decompose applications into smaller and more manageable units. Apache Cassandra was built for cloud data and is now becoming the choice of developers for cloud native applications.
We spoke with Daniel Bryant about how API gateways have evolved, what impact microservices has on APIs, service meshes, and more. What are the biggest challenges when deploying and working with API gateways and what helpful tips does Daniel Bryant offer?
Sometimes, cloud computing costs can be unexpected, with unplanned costs that can add up, even in spite of the cloud’s main benefits. This piece will outline contributors to out-of-control cloud costs, and tips for developers with applications living in the cloud to manage them.
As all online business becomes more competitive – within the same industry and in the broader realm of customer experience in web and mobile apps – low latency will continue to be a priority. So as a business, how can you ensure the highest performance from your systems when moving to the cloud?
Speeding up time to value in SaaS (software-as-a-service) is a collaborative effort between the vendor and the customer. This article examines five ways that enterprises can speed up SaaS without sacrificing any long-term project goals.
A successful containerized, multi-cloud strategy requires thoughtful consideration and offers numerous benefits. See five different use cases where a multi-cloud container environment can open a world of more ability, capability, and flexibility.
The Thundra Application Observability and Security Platform was originally developed inside Opsgenie and spun off in 2018. In this article, we will go into detail about Thundra’s features. We will be using a real-life example of a serverless application and show how to boost its visibility by using distributed tracing.
Most enterprise organizations are currently navigating their way through cloud-based technologies and modernizing their IT infrastructures to a multi-cloud strategy. This article takes a look at five reasons why your enterprise should adopt a multi-cloud strategy.