5 Cloud Trends That Will Reshape IT in 2021


We rang in 2020 with all the expectations that cloud computing would continue its progression as a massive catalyst for digital transformation throughout the enterprise. What we didn’t expect was a worldwide health crisis that led to a huge jump in cloud usage.

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History of Cloud Computing

The Crazy Programmer

Nowadays, cloud computing has become one of the most suitable ways to deliver ideal solutions to businesses. But do you wish to know why and how cloud computing developed? In this article, we will do the same to get some highlights about the history of cloud computing. The concept of cloud computing came into its existence during the early 1960s. Companies like IBM and DEC took some initial actions in the field of cloud computing. History of Cloud Computing.

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Enabling Cloud Adoption in the Government


billion on cloud computing. While this spending on cloud computing is necessary, it’s imperative that the government uses its allotted funding appropriately to leverage the cloud’s full potential and avoid common pitfalls. In 2022, federal agencies are estimated to spend $7.8

Three Cloud Trends to Watch in 2022


Many developers and startups view cloud services as simply “compute”, “storage” and “networking.” The post Three Cloud Trends to Watch in 2022 appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Cloud-Scale Monitoring With AWS and Datadog

In this eBook, find out the benefits and complexities of migrating workloads to AWS, and services that AWS offers for containers and serverless computing.

From ‘Cloud Zombies’ to Multi-Cloud Experts


A significant risk associated with cloud migration is overspending. For years, zombie-like obedience to AWS has resulted in price lock and escalating fees at many organizations – this is a tale for fighting the cloud zombies.

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Debunking 6 Stubborn Public Cloud Myths


A lot of enterprises migrate to the public cloud because they see everyone else doing it. And while you should stay up on the latest and greatest innovations—which often happen in the cloud—you need to be aware of the realities and understand different migration strategies.

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Enable Multi-Cloud Networking With Automation


As we enter a new era of technology, we’re experiencing a “third wave” of cloud innovation that brings new complexities into the IT landscape, mainly centered around multi-cloud networking. Further, multi-cloud networking brings new challenges around connecting […].

Resource Pooling in Cloud Computing – Advantages & Disadvantages

The Crazy Programmer

Resource pooling is a technical term that is commonly used in cloud computing. And it describes the cloud computing environment where the service provider serves many clients. And still, you wish to know more about Resource Pooling in cloud computing. Cloud Computing

Cloud Security Requires Shared Responsibility


The Growth of Public Cloud and the Need for Cloud Security Since 2006 when Amazon first introduced EC2 — the first public cloud service — cloud has become a major staple of enterprise information technology strategy. Enter the need for cloud security. […].

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Monitoring AWS Container Environments at Scale

In this eBook, learn how to monitor AWS container environments at scale with Datadog and which key metrics to monitor when leveraging two container orchestration systems (ECS and EKS).

Cloud Governance Can Trim Cloud Costs


The abrupt need to transition to remote work last year caused many companies to migrate to the cloud or accelerate an in-process migration. Cloud has become an essential part of company operations and budgets. Last year, worldwide end user spending on public cloud services was $257.5

CIS Benchmarks: DevOps Guide to Hardening the Cloud


DevOps and cloud computing have become inseparable. But while the cloud started as primarily a dev/test environment — without stringent security and availability requirements — it has evolved into a mature platform for running production workloads.

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The Inevitability of Multi-Cloud-Native Apps


We all know the story: Enterprises moved to the cloud. Along came Kubernetes, and they moved to cloud-native, where they learned about automation, DevOps and infrastructure-as-code (IaC). The post The Inevitability of Multi-Cloud-Native Apps appeared first on DevOps.com.

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How to Improve Cloud Management


Cloud technology underpins emerging technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), IoT, edge computing and containerization. Organizations must prioritize implementing effective cloud management practices to avoid spiraling costs and potential security and compliance violations.

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Serverless and Containers: How to Choose the Right Application Strategy

Speaker: Tolga Tarhan, Senior Vice President, GM AWS Services at Onica

When it comes to the modern tech stack, one of the fastest changing areas is around containers, serverless, and choosing the ideal path to cloud native computing. How do you as a technology leader point your team in the right direction, especially given how quickly this is evolving?

Cloud Misconfigurations Threaten Cloud Migration


That means cloud adoption is more important than ever before. Research shows that the public cloud market is expected to grow to $308.5 But while the cloud holds […]. The post Cloud Misconfigurations Threaten Cloud Migration appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Majority of Organizations Now Adopt Multi-Cloud


As IT’s digital footprint grows, its cloud footprint is rising both in size and complexity. As a result, most organizations have matured into multi-cloud operators. It also enables a lift-and-shift ability to port workloads across cloud service […].

Kyndryl Aligns with Microsoft in the Cloud


Following its spinout from IBM, Kyndryl has allied with Microsoft to increase the scope of IT services it provides on the Azure public cloud. The post Kyndryl Aligns with Microsoft in the Cloud appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Survey Predicts Massive Migration to the Cloud


The post Survey Predicts Massive Migration to the Cloud appeared first on DevOps.com. Business of DevOps DevOps DevOps in the Cloud DevOps Practice DevOps Toolbox DevSecOps Enterprise DevOps Features News Promo Aryaka cloud data centers migration SASE SD-WAN

Product Transformation: Adapting Your Solutions for Cloud Models

Speaker: Ahmad Jubran, Cloud Product Innovation Consultant

In order to maintain a competitive advantage, CTOs and product managers are shifting their products to the cloud. Many do this by simply replicating their current architectures in the cloud. Those previous architectures, which were optimized for transactional systems, aren't well-suited for the new age of AI. Whether you're a seasoned CTO or an industry trailblazer, this webinar will help make your product ready to meet the competition by adopting an architecture that is optimized for AI innovation. Join Ahmad Jubran, Cloud Product Innovation Consultant, and learn how to adapt your solutions for cloud models the right way.

Provisioning in Cloud Computing – Types, Benefits, Tools, Challenges

The Crazy Programmer

Cloud Provisioning is the allocation of the cloud provider’s resources to a client. It is exactly the process of amalgamation and execution of cloud computing resources within an IT organization. Benefits of Cloud Provisioning. Types of Cloud Provisioning.

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Why Distributed Cloud Is the Future of Cloud Computing


A distributed cloud is a public cloud service that allows you to run public cloud infrastructure in multiple physical locations while being centrally managed for performance and compliance. It is safe to say that distributed cloud is the future of cloud […].

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Avoiding Budget Overruns During Cloud Migration


Many organizations have already started their migrations to the cloud, or soon plan to. It makes sense: The cloud is an attractive option for multiple reasons, including its potential for cost savings, scalability and support of continuous application development.

Reducing Cloud Infrastructure Complexity


The impact of the cloud and its role in mainstream IT is undeniable. According to IDC, global cloud IT infrastructure spending is projected to reach US$92 billion (SG$126 billion) in 2023. The post Reducing Cloud Infrastructure Complexity appeared first on DevOps.com.

Data Analytics in the Cloud for Developers and Founders

Speaker: Javier Ramírez, Senior AWS Developer Advocate, AWS

You have lots of data, and you are probably thinking of using the cloud to analyze it. But how will you move data into the cloud? In which format? How will you validate and prepare the data? What about streaming data? Can data scientists discover and use the data? Can business people create reports via drag and drop? Can operations monitor what’s going on? Will the data lake scale when you have twice as much data? Is your data secure? In this session, we address common pitfalls of building data lakes and show how AWS can help you manage data and analytics more efficiently.

Storm in the stratosphere: how the cloud will be reshuffled

Erik Bernhardsson

Here's a theory I have about cloud vendors (AWS, Azure, GCP): Cloud vendors 1 will increasingly focus on the lowest layers in the stack: basically leasing capacity in their data centers through an API. Redshift at the time was the first data warehouse running in the cloud.

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4 Ways to Simplify Cloud Performance Monitoring


The post 4 Ways to Simplify Cloud Performance Monitoring appeared first on DevOps.com. Application Performance Management/Monitoring Blogs Cloud Management DevOps in the Cloud Enterprise DevOps apm automation cloud cloud performance monitoring observability

4 Tips To Plug The Cloud IT Skills Gap


The programming world faces a developer shortage, and with this shortage comes a lack of cloud know-how. By now, most organizations have become multi-cloud, yet 86% of IT professionals believe a lack of these skills will slow down cloud projects.

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Shells Review – Best Personal Cloud Computer

The Crazy Programmer

Cloud technology is the new normal for tech-savvy people who consider themselves Digital Nomads. With the rise in a shift towards cloud technology, especially IT people, have changed the way they work. Shells is one such platform for hosting a Virtual Desktop/ Computer on the cloud.

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5 Reasons Why Choosing Apache Cassandra® Is Planning for a Multi-Cloud Future

Discover the reasons why choosing Apache Cassandra as a primary data store ensures that any future migrations to a different cloud provider or adoption of true multi-cloud are simple and easy.

Cloud Migration Monitoring: A Practical Guide


Almost every organization has transitioned some operational systems to the cloud. To make your next cloud migration a success, you must get monitoring right. The post Cloud Migration Monitoring: A Practical Guide appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Newly Independent VMware to Focus on Multi-Cloud


As an independent company once again, VMware will focus its efforts on providing management planes that span multiple cloud computing environments after officially spinning out of Dell Technologies. The post Newly Independent VMware to Focus on Multi-Cloud appeared first on DevOps.com.

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The Cloud Is Booming — But so Is Cloud Waste


Fueled by the growth in cloud spend, cloud waste will exceed $17.6 Over 90% of organizations will use public cloud services this year. The post The Cloud Is Booming — But so Is Cloud Waste appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Multi-Cloud Is Not About Lift and Shift


Multi-cloud is often framed from the perspective of “lift and shift.” In other words, an organization takes a computing environment previously running on one cloud and transfers it over to a different service provider.

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How to Design Strong Experiments

Speaker: Franziska Beeler, Head of Cloud Academy, and Tendayi Viki, Associate Partner, Strategyzer

When testing new business and product ideas, choosing the right experiment is just the beginning. After we have chosen our experiment, it’s important that we spend some time designing it well. Join Tendayi Viki, corporate innovation expert and associate partner at Strategyzer, and Franziska Beeler, Head of Cloud Academy at Strategyzer, as they walk us through the three key elements that help you design stronger experiments and come away with the evidence you need to advance your idea.

How to Optimize Your Cloud Operations


Taking a holistic approach to cloud optimization and application modernization can help keep cloud spend in check There’s a fine line between cloud spend and cloud sprawl. The post How to Optimize Your Cloud Operations appeared first on DevOps.com.

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How to Avoid Cloud Overspend


Cloud overspend can have a major impact on a company’s bottom line. Here’s what organizations need to know Cloud technology has reached the stage of mainstream adoption across multiple industries, be it finance, health care, manufacturing or retail.

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5 Steps to a Seamless Multi-Cloud Migration


With digitization the topic of discussion in almost every boardroom since the onset of COVID-19, it’s no coincidence that migration to the cloud has skyrocketed in tandem. The post 5 Steps to a Seamless Multi-Cloud Migration appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Solving Cloud-Native Challenges in the Rush to the Cloud


The shift to cloud-native environments away from traditional data center infrastructures continues unabated, but security and complexity challenges remain a struggle for DevOps teams. The post Solving Cloud-Native Challenges in the Rush to the Cloud appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Using Connected Device Data to Improve Sales

Speaker: Charlie Isaacs, CTO for Customer Connection at Salesforce

Now that you've figured out how to connect your products and devices to the cloud, how do you prove that your investment will pay off? Discover the power of Smart CRM, and find out how companies are leveraging the best ideas from Software as a Service to provide Customer Experience as a Service.