A significant gap often develops between continuous deployment of applications and accurate entitlement management—particularly as software producers shift to microservices that are delivered in containerized environments. This gap shouldn’t exist. Scott Niemann explains the impact of this gap and how to close it.
If you are eyeing up a career in IT, now has never been a more critical time to have several essential cloud computing skills on your CV. If you want to attract the best businesses and forge a career in this sector, it’s time to sharpen up your cloud computing skills.
The convenience that SaaS applications have afforded us can never be overstated, especially in a working world that is significantly different than just two years ago. However, there is one specific risk of using SaaS that I was unaware of; even with two decades of working with the cloud.
You need to be aware of the realities of the cloud and understand different cloud migration strategies. You need to know why you’re moving to the cloud. What’s your goal? And what outcomes are you seeking? Make sure you know what you’re getting your enterprise into before moving forward in your cloud journey.
The importance of the cloud in any disaster recovery strategy is invaluable. The potential ripple effect of a service outage – because of a data breach – could lead to lost revenue, halted productivity and eroded customer trust. With the migration to the cloud, business continuity is now more than just disaster recovery.
There’s an inescapable logic to data modernization, given that the cloud offers you new ways to deploy, distribute, and access your data. If you want to exploit those capabilities, your applications and data storage will change. There couldn’t be a better time to modernize your data models to match their new environments.
We spoke with Michael Fisher, the director of product management at OpsRamp about the newest platform release. The new highlight is advanced predictive alerting capabilities. Learn what this means, why it’s important, and dig deeper into the new release.
The appeal of enterprise cloud solutions cannot be understated. With cloud services, your organization will enjoy agility, innovation, and scalability. This article covers the top eight factors you should consider when choosing a cloud enterprise technology:
One of the most common cases for cloud implementation is IT infrastructure modernization to increase its flexibility, security, and cost-effectiveness. Progress has its price — without proper management, utilizing a nontraditional, cloud-based infrastructure may cause risks.
We spoke with Ciaran Byrne, VP of Product Management at OpsRamp about the top challenges associated with managing IT infrastructures in mixed (cloud, multi-cloud, and hybrid) and environments. Learn what an IT Ops pro needs to know about monitoring the major cloud platforms.
In the early days, the cloud providers offered a few basic data services of their own and created marketplaces where independent software vendors (ISVs) could offer additional cloud services. Today, those marketplaces feature hundreds and hundreds of data services.
We chatted with Jonas Bonér, CEO and Founder of Lightbend about Akka Serverless and what makes it so different from other architectures. Jonas explains how data is kept secure in Akka Serverless and what limitations it removes with its data-centric backend application architecture.
SADA CTO Miles Ward has joined the FinOps Governing Board as a voting member to help craft Foundation strategy and direction. To better understand the importance of Cloud Financial Management and the role of the Foundation, we asked Miles a few questions.
We spoke with Rob Whelan, Practice Director, Data and Analytics at 2nd Watch about the latest survey on data management and analytics in the enterprise. Most organizations don’t have a mature data strategy. Why is this? And what is it about the cloud that helps organizations make better use of their data?