Open Source Summit Recap Part Duex
These last couple of days at #OSSNA were extremely busy. Aside from the continued great conversations with the attendees, we got to meet a lot of co-presenters, interesting groups & non-profits (Women in Linux, Kids on Computers, LinuxChicks, Free Software Foundation, the team from Fedora and many more)… and of course the stellar lineup of
The Disruption Cycle – A Dime a Dozen.
Before the dust even settled around the whopping Dell/EMC deal, another bombshell was dropped with the Red Hat acquisition of Ansible over the weekend. While I was still processing my thoughts on what I think the Dell deal means for the enterprise IT industry – I had to make an abrupt about-face and
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
Moving Enterprise Workloads to the Cloud on a Massive Scale – The Cloudify Way
In my previous post Moving Enterprise Workloads to the Cloud on a Massive Scale, I pointed out the reasons for moving Enterprise workloads to the cloud. I also argued that the current approach doesn’t work, as we need to think of moving apps not as one-off projects, or as an afterthought, but at a large-scale.