• Clouds and Hybrid IT – A Primer

    Clouds must have five essential characteristics: on-demand self-service, broad network access, resource pooling, rapid elasticity or expansion, and measured service. On these fundamentals, cloud designers have created a whole new IT approach. There are three ways to deploy a cloud: public, private and hybrid. Public clouds, such as Amazon Web [Read More]

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  • 7 Steps to DevOps Success

    DevOps has become one of the defining differentiators in business today. Organisations that do it well are able to drive innovation, accelerate speed to market and, potentially, disrupt industries. Those that fail to leverage its value or do it poorly, run the risk of lagging behind their competitors. As DevOps [Read More]

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  • Time to Upgrade Your Data Centre

    Data centre requirements are shifting as the business environment evolves to leverage new technologies. Organisations are turning to multicloud environments comprising a mix of private cloud, public cloud, and on-premise infrastructure to best address their unique needs. Understandably, this shift is putting a renewed emphasis on security, automation, orchestration, and [Read More]

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  • SD-WAN step beyond the Cloud

    Digital transformation is happening now, and fast. It includes cloud, services, and mobile. It’s hybrid, it’s the internet, it’s the user. Most importantly, it’s the seamless orchestration of all these things together. Such orchestration can only be achieved by the one thing that connects everything: the network. In the highly [Read More]

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  • Container Your Enthusiasm

    The path to hybrid cloud solutions is full of technologies that claim to power digital transformation and hyperconvergence. While bringing economy and value to existing enterprise IT offerings. Container technology is rapidly becoming the rising star in a field of solutions designed to drive digital transformation, hybrid environment adoption and [Read More]

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  • Don’t put all your eggs in one Cloud!

    Last year, Amazon’s Simple Storage Service (S3) cloud storage service at Amazon’s US-EAST-1 data centres went down for four hours. Organisations that stored their content in just one data centre stopped working. So websites such as Business Insider, Quora, Associated Press, Expedia, Reddit, Netflix, Medium, Snapchat and Slack either crashed [Read More]

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