It’s been a while since I last blogged on my personal website, but I have not been idle. One of my main tasks last year as a lead technologist for data protection strategy at the office of the CTO was to analyze the future technology mega-trends that will shape IT (information technology) in the next decade and understand their implications on data protection solutions. It was an exciting journey, Continue reading “Future Technology Mega-Trends and How They Impact Data Protection”
Implementing multi-cloud or cross-cloud strategy requires proper planning and using the right tools and environments to make it viable. It won’t happen by itself.
In Part 1 we compared multi-cloud with cross-cloud strategies and have identified the reasons to use each of them, with the complexities they introduce. In order to properly enable seamless operation between the clouds, multiple technologies and architectures can be used. Continue reading “Multi-Cloud or Cross-Cloud Strategy? Which one do you really need? – Part 2”
Many people confuse multi-cloud with cross-cloud strategy. Make sure you know what you ask for, and why.
One of the hottest topics in IT is multi-cloud strategy. It seems like only yesterday people had to be convinced that a public cloud could be a viable alternative to run production workloads, and now organizations are looking into using even more than one clouds. According to Enterprise Strategy Group, over 81% of organizations are using more than two cloud providers or more, and this trend does not seem to slow down. So if you are using a public cloud, should you also adopt a multi-cloud strategy? Maybe you should even have a cross-cloud strategy? And what is the difference between those two? Continue reading “Multi-Cloud or Cross-Cloud Strategy? Which one do you really need? – Part 1”
As organizations benefit from new capabilities in the public cloud, they are willing to forego requirements and expectations they have always assume to be mandatory. Just ask the mobile phones industry.
When I talk about public clouds and how mission critical workloads are moving to run there, I am often being asked: “but how would enterprises agree to run in the public cloud, when it means they lose a lot of flexibility and control on the infrastructure, and have less optimal environment for their applications”? Continue reading “What do Public Clouds and Mobile Phones Have In Common?”