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

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Multi-Cloud Cost Optimization For The Enterprise

Multi-cloud is an increasingly popular approach for deploying enterprise computing assets. But, in the same vein, managing cloud costs has become a huge challenge. A smart cloud cost management strategy […].

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Ten Years Later — What Is Cloud Native?

Ever since the term cloud native made its debut in 2010, its usage has grown in popularity. Today cloud native is used as a qualifier for innovative, leading edge applications, platforms and systems or cloud-savvy organizations and processes.

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Distinguishing Between Cloud Washed and Cloud Native

Don’t fall for the marketing jargon: Running legacy infrastructure on a cloud instance is not actually cloud computing. Unfortunately, “cloudwashing” is common among enterprises as they attempt to jump on the cloud trend.

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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?

Comparing Three Approaches to Multi-Cloud Security Management

Moving to a multi-cloud environment can bring many advantages, but it also brings huge challenges in managing both the everyday operations and security of multi-cloud infrastructures. To meet these challenges, several approaches to multi-cloud management have arisen.

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Dell Technologies Advances Hybrid Cloud Strategy

The post Dell Technologies Advances Hybrid Cloud Strategy appeared first on Blogs Cloud Management IT as Code AWS cloud services Dell hybrid cloud vmware

Five Major Mistakes to Avoid in Enterprise Multi-Cloud Strategies

Employing a multi-cloud strategy is not as straightforward as it seems for enterprises due to the huge amounts of data and applications involved. Hence, mistakes are common in multi-cloud implementations. The Growth of the Multi-Cloud The multi-cloud is now a staple in most […].

vArmour CEO: Cloud Security Needs Simplicity

Cloud computing promised cost savings and simplified IT management, among other things. In many ways, the cloud has lived up to its ideals, and in other ways, such as API security, shadow IT and the securing of clouds across hybrid environments, the cloud has proven challenging.

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How Does Cloud Adoption Differ by Industry?


Explore the ways in which cloud adoption varies across 24 industry segments with IDC's robust Industry CloudPath program and Eric Newmark. Cloud cloud cloud adoption Industry CloudPath

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.

Sysdig Extends Cloud Monitoring Alliance With IBM

Sysdig and IBM announced they have extended their alliance to make Sysdig monitoring tools more broadly available across IBM public cloud services. IBM first adopted the Sysdig platform to enable DevOps teams to monitor workloads running on a subset of the IBM Cloud in June 2018.

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Making Your Cloud Work For You

Does your cloud work for you, or do you work for your cloud? Given the enormous dependency and costs associated with cloud computing, that is a question more and more DevOps teams are asking these days. The post Making Your Cloud Work For You appeared first on

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Lucidchart Launches Tool to Visualize AWS Cloud Environments

Dan Lawyer, senior vice president of product at Lucidchart, said Lucidchart Cloud Insights makes it possible to automatically visualize all the services an organization is consuming from the cloud service provider, with support for other cloud […].

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How to Manage Data in Hybrid Cloud Environments

We’ve long-since established that multi-generational, multi-cloud environments are the new norm. In this post, we’ll take a look at the ramifications of this hybrid cloud reality and best practices for managing your data for increased scalability and heightened availability.

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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.

Extending Cloud to Enable Intelligent Edge

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The Accelerating Cloud Wars

Enterprises have embraced cloud computing at a phenomenal clip, according to newly-released report, A for Adoption, from cloud access security broker provider Bitglass. Over the past five years, the report found cloud penetration grew from 24% (in 2014) to 86% of organizations today.

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Bolstering Cloud Strategies With Cloud Caffeine

Dell EMC

Cloud is synonymous with the age of digital services. Cloud stands for the delivery of applications and data which are core enablers for every organization. Cloud Features Dell Technologies

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Guide to Cloud Computing


This is the CTOvision guide on the megatrend of Cloud Computing. This report gives a high level overview of the most important factors of the trend, gives updated insights into the activities of the major Cloud Computing companies, and succinct descriptions of Cloud tech.

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Effective Cloud Security Requires a Cloud-Native Mindset

Thousands of developers and cloud security professionals will fill the Moscone Center in San Francisco next week for the sold-out Google Cloud Next ’19 conference. It’s all designed to help organizations embrace the cloud.

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Identifying Cloud Migraines Before Cloud Migration: 6 Tips

Migrating to the cloud isn’t as simple as signing up for a SaaS application or deploying applications on a cloud infrastructure or platform; there are other factors at play. The post Identifying Cloud Migraines Before Cloud Migration: 6 Tips appeared first on

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Top 3 Challenges to Cloud 3.0

The New Stack

Cloud 1.0 Cloud 2.0 saw the introduction of cloud native services such as Big Data, AI/ML, scalable middleware services, and development based on concepts like containerization. Where will cloud go next? I believe Cloud 3.0 While “Cloud 3.0”

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Self-Service Portal From env0 Reins in Public Cloud Costs

A platform that provides IT teams with a self-service portal through which they can both control access to and the cost of cloud resource consumption is now available in beta for free from env0. The post Self-Service Portal From env0 Reins in Public Cloud Costs appeared first on

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The Disservice of Cloud Consolidation

There’s no secret that over the past five years especially, the major (“tier 1”) cloud infrastructure players—Amazon, Microsoft and Google—have been snatching up smaller specialty providers, particularly cloud migration and security services.

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Palo Alto Networks Advances DevSecOps in the Cloud

Palo Alto Networks has updated its Prisma Cloud to make it easier to embrace best DevSecOps processes while deploying workloads in the cloud. The post Palo Alto Networks Advances DevSecOps in the Cloud appeared first on

Cloud-Native Security and Performance: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Remember, cloud-native environments are supposed to respond to change […]. The post Cloud-Native Security and Performance: Two Sides of the Same Coin appeared first on

Introducing the New Standard for File in the Cloud

Dell EMC

When it comes to the public cloud, adoption of file has been steady, but it is not as prevalent. This is a reflection of the state of the file services in the cloud today. This is why I’m excited to introduce as part of the Dell Technologies Cloud family OneFS for.

HashiCorp Updates Terraform Tool for Azure Cloud

HashiCorp today announced it has updated the instance of Terraform it created to automate the configuration of virtual machines on the Microsoft Azure cloud to give IT teams more granular control. The post HashiCorp Updates Terraform Tool for Azure Cloud appeared first on

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From DevOps to DevSecOps: Owning Cloud Security

The cloud is a complex environment, with different groups managing different cloud services and environments. Within larger organizations, different cloud resources, data and applications may […].

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The Top Six Cloud Computing Trends of 2019

Cloud computing was one of the hottest topics in the technology and business media throughout 2019. This is no surprise as the cloud sector has been growing rapidly for the last few years. Synergy Research Group recently reported a 37% overall growth year-over-year in public cloud.

Google Revamps Hybrid Cloud Strategy

At the Google Cloud Next 2019 conference, Google announced it will make available cloud services based on Kubernetes under the brand name Anthos on its own cloud and on-premises platforms, as well as on third-party cloud services.

How to Secure the Intangible — Cloud Native Security in the New Age

This is where the concept of cloud native computing comes in—and why securing it has become critical. […]. The post How to Secure the Intangible — Cloud Native Security in the New Age appeared first on People don’t want to buy a quarter-inch drill.

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The Key to Multi-Cloud Success

In the era of cloud-based architectures, companies have implemented multiple cloud platforms but have yet to reap the full benefits. The post The Key to Multi-Cloud Success appeared first on

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Applying DevSecOps to Address Cloud Security Challenges

Driven by the encouragement from 2018 progress, cloud technology is poised to be even bigger in 2019. However, one major hurdle continues to haunt the cloud trend: security. The post Applying DevSecOps to Address Cloud Security Challenges appeared first on

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JFrog Delivers on Hybrid Cloud Promise for DevOps

JFrog announced the availability of what it claims to be the first available hybrid DevOps platform capable of spanning multiple clouds. The post JFrog Delivers on Hybrid Cloud Promise for DevOps appeared first on

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VMware Advances Hybrid Cloud Ambitions

VMware today advanced its hybrid cloud strategy by making a series of updates to existing offerings, including the CloudHealth by VMware software-as-a-service (SaaS) application for managing and optimizing cloud applications, which VMware acquired last summer.

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