Multicloud architecture decomposition simplified

Multicloud architecture decomposition simplified

Underoptimized architecture is costly and inefficient. It's worth taking some extra time to decompose your proposed solution to avoid trouble down the road.

One application across multiple clouds? 3 big problems

One application across multiple clouds? 3 big problems

Before you run a distributed application across multiple public cloud providers, you need to understand the trade-offs (many) and the opportunities (few).

Does AI-driven cloud computing need ethics guidelines?

Does AI-driven cloud computing need ethics guidelines?

It’s clear that artificial intelligence is powerful and cost-effective in the public cloud. However, it can be weaponized for unethical tasks.

Higher education embraces cloud computing just in time

Higher education embraces cloud computing just in time

Rising demand for remote learning plus growing student dissatisfaction equals colleges and universities rushing to cloud-based platforms.

Cloud overspending spotlights the need for cost governance

Cloud overspending spotlights the need for cost governance

The pandemic has spiked cloud spending, and enterprises are unhappy with their bills. Best practices are emerging to get costs under control.

Make database normalization part of cloud migration

Make database normalization part of cloud migration

It’s tempting just to replicate all databases in the cloud, but it’s a much better approach to get your data house in order as part of the move.

3 must-haves for your multicloud architecture

3 must-haves for your multicloud architecture

Your preflight checklist should have centralized account management, resource management, and asset normalization.

Should you care about quantum computing?

Should you care about quantum computing?

The answer is often not what people want to hear. Here’s where quantum computing fits in the world of cloud computing, and perhaps in your business.

You’re doing cloud-based AI and machine learning wrong

You’re doing cloud-based AI and machine learning wrong

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are hard, and most building these systems don’t know what they are doing. Here’s how to avoid AI/ML failures.

How we’ll use cloud when we go back to work

How we’ll use cloud when we go back to work

We’ve proactively enabled a new remote workforce this past year, but some may return to the office soon. Better start planning.

The new normal needs new cloud security

The new normal needs new cloud security

IT leaders now question the effectiveness of security that was built before remote work spiked the use of cloud computing. Do their defenses hold up under widely distributed use?

When Kubernetes is not the solution

When Kubernetes is not the solution

This powerful tool is right for many applications and wrong for others. Here’s how to tell when a square Kubernetes peg won’t fit into a round application hole.

Big changes are coming for 5G edge computing

Big changes are coming for 5G edge computing

In a few years, more edge computing will use mobile networks, no matter if edge is mobile or not. What does this mean for cloud computing?

3 cloud architecture patterns that optimize scalability and cost

3 cloud architecture patterns that optimize scalability and cost

Taking a minimalist or serverless approach to architecture can keep scalability while trimming unnecessary expenses.

The cloud is now mission-critical

The cloud is now mission-critical

A new study finds what most of us already knew, but we may not be acting accordingly. Essential infrastructure requires essential attention to detail.

Containers require good architecture

Containers require good architecture

They may seem simple, but containers require a whole new architecture skill set. Here’s what you need to know.

2 common cloud computing predictions for 2021 are wrong

2 common cloud computing predictions for 2021 are wrong

Using multicloud to avoid lock-in and going cloud native are on everyone’s list of what will be important this year. But misinformation is everywhere.

The shape of edge computing in 2021

The shape of edge computing in 2021

Edge computing is hyped as the next destination for cloud computing, but complexity and security may squeeze out some of the benefits.

My 2021 cloud computing New Year’s resolutions

My 2021 cloud computing New Year’s resolutions

It’s that time of year to make promises to yourself you’ll never keep. Perhaps these cloud-related improvements will be different.

2 mistakes that will kill your multicloud project

2 mistakes that will kill your multicloud project

Multicloud is the way to go these days, but remember that it's a complex, distributed architecture that most are getting wrong.

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