Cloudops tool integration is more important than the tools themselves

Cloudops tool integration is more important than the tools themselves

Focus on the features and functions of cloud operations and monitoring tools and you could miss the much larger advantage

A reference architecture for multicloud

A reference architecture for multicloud

Complexity is the order of the day for multicloud. Here's my vision of how all the pieces fit together

2 cloud architecture problems are still unsolved

2 cloud architecture problems are still unsolved

If you think we’ve figured out all cloud design problems, you’d be wrong. Edge devices and multicloud security are still sticking points

Cloud tech certifications count more than degrees now

Cloud tech certifications count more than degrees now

Learning is prioritizing tactical over strategic for cloud-based skills

COVID-19 leads to shocking cloud computing bills

COVID-19 leads to shocking cloud computing bills

With the rapid expansion of public cloud services to support a newly remote workforce, many enterprises are looking to cut some costs

Migrating to cloud native requires seeing shades of gray

Migrating to cloud native requires seeing shades of gray

We’ve been pushing cloud native in terms of refactoring applications that are moving to the cloud, but the reality is not black and white

Multicloud is not really about clouds anymore

Multicloud is not really about clouds anymore

Multicloud is less about what’s in the individual clouds, and more about the technologies that sit above and between

When to use a fog computing node

When to use a fog computing node

Fog nodes are the new ‘cool kid’ components for edge computing. However, we risk overusing them if we don’t understand their true purpose at the edge

What to do with legacy apps that can’t migrate to the cloud

What to do with legacy apps that can’t migrate to the cloud

Some applications are not pragmatic to move, so find a way to make them someone else’s headache

The state of services in the cloud for 2020

The state of services in the cloud for 2020

We’ve learned to take services for granted, but they are actually more important than most cloud architects think

Cloudops tools: More is not better

Cloudops tools: More is not better

Cloudops and cloudops tools (such as AIops) are important, but you can have too much of a good thing

3 multicloud architecture patterns cloud pros should understand

3 multicloud architecture patterns cloud pros should understand

Be aware of these emerging multicloud architecture patterns that eliminate data, service, and process silos

Yes, it's safe to move sensitive data to the cloud

Yes, it's safe to move sensitive data to the cloud

The public clouds have been safe places to store mission-critical and sensitive data for some time, but it takes a pandemic to push most enterprises over the tipping point

3 things the pandemic taught us about cloud computing

3 things the pandemic taught us about cloud computing

Many enterprises are learning some hard lessons they did not even know existed four months ago

Why data and processing should live in the cloud, not on devices

Why data and processing should live in the cloud, not on devices

New evidence suggests that mobile device users prefer the processing and data to not reside on their devices. Is this a new best practice?

When not to use AIops for cloudops

When not to use AIops for cloudops

The excitement around AIops means that it’s sometimes being deployed for the wrong reasons. Here are a few situations where AIops is contraindicated

The post-pandemic move to edge computing requires some thought

The post-pandemic move to edge computing requires some thought

With a newly expanded distributed workforce, many enterprises are considering a move to the edge. Make sure you've thought about security and data volume

3 serverless downsides your cloud provider won’t mention

3 serverless downsides your cloud provider won’t mention

Serverless is getting more popular as enterprises rush to the cloud, but some drawbacks are almost never discussed

Cloud complexity is a threat to data security

Cloud complexity is a threat to data security

One study shows what many of us already suspected: Cloud complexity makes data more vulnerable, even with the best security practices and technologies in place

3 myths of disaster recovery and cloud computing

3 myths of disaster recovery and cloud computing

Most in IT understand the need for backup and recovery operations, but moving to the cloud has caused some confusion

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