Enterprises Taking Off to the Cloud(s)
Cloud Deployment: the enterprise angle The Cloud is no longer the exclusive realm of the young and small start up companies. Enterprises are now joining the game and examining how to migrate their application ecosystem to the cloud. A recent survey conducted by research firm MeriTalk showed that one-third of respondents say they plan to
AWS Outage – Moving from Multi-Availability-Zone to Multi-Cloud
A couple of days ago Amazon Web Services (AWS) suffered a significant outage in their US-EAST-1 region. This has been the 5th major outage in that region in the past 18 months. The outage affected leading services such as Reddit, Netflix, Foursquare and Heroku. How should you architect your cloud-hosted system to sustain such outages?
Cloud On-Boarding – The True Story
Everyone wants to be in the cloud. Organizations have internalized the notion and have plans in place to migrate their applications to the cloud in the immediate future. According to Cisco’s recent global cloud survey: Presently, only 5 percent of IT decision makers have been able to migrate at least half of their total applications
Cloud integration and DevOps automation experience shared
Cloud integration and DevOps automation experience shared The Cloud carries the message of automation to system architecture. The ability to spin up VMs on demand and take them down when no longer needed as per the applications’ real-time requirements and metrics is the key for making the system truely elastic, scalable and self-healing. When using external