Category: DevOps

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DevOps Systems

Monitoring Your Systems in the Cloud


What happens to our applications and infrastructure when we place them in the cloud?  Have you ever felt like you’ve lost insight into your infrastructure after migrating it to the cloud?  There seems to be a common complaint among organizations that at one point …



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DevOps

Interview: Why the UK NHS is Struggling to Move to the Cloud


Despite ploughing more than £50m into the digital transformation of the NHS, evidence suggests only a handful of trusts have adopted the Government’s “cloud first” policy.   NHS Digital spent more than £32m on digital transformation consultancy services, and £23m with cloud, software, and …




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DevOps

Cloud Native Operational Solutions – Patch Management


Patch management at any sort of scale has always been a mundane and time-consuming task that most administrators would like to avoid at all costs. With the proliferation of DevOps methodologies and the public cloud, the practice of immutable infrastructure has eliminated the need …


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DevOps

Cloud Native Operational Solutions – Backup Management


Public cloud providers have greatly simplified the process of creating a backup, but the challenge has always been managing that at scale with things like policies for retention or simple granular file level restores or regulatory focused dashboards. This is the value added by …



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DevOps Networks

Cloud Connectivity: Not as Simple as You Thought


Most enterprises rely on infrastructure and applications in the cloud. Whether it’s SaaS services like Office 365, IaaS in AWS, PaaS in Azure, or analytics services in Google Cloud, organizations now rely on systems that do not reside on their infrastructure. Unfortunately, cloud connectivity …


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DevOps

Hybrid IT


These past few years you’ve heard a lot about the cloud. The cloud that’s always been there has a new approach for companies. Run your applications directly from the cloud instead of deploying them on-premises by subscribing to various SaaS (Software as a Service) …