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Real World Experiences of Hybrid IT – Part 4

March 1, 2019

Welcome back to this series of blogs on my real-world experiences of hybrid IT. If you’re just joining us, you can find previous posts here, here, and here. So far, I’ve covered a brief introduction to the series, public cloud costing and experiences, and …


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The Ins and Outs of Microservices

March 1, 2019

Microservices are a development architecture that can help DevOps teams innovate faster, iterate more efficiently, and create a better end-user experience by democratizing language and technology choice across independent service teams for continuous delivery of improvements. Microservices prioritize each individual service rather than many …



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After the Great Cloud Debate, What’s Next?

February 27, 2019

This month, we’ve spent time discussing how cloud will affect traditional on-premises IT operations staff. Many IT pros have given feedback on how their organizations view cloud computing, whether it’s a strategic solution, and what you give up when you go with a cloud solution. …





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You Can’t Fix What You Don’t Measure

February 21, 2019

All successful cloud migration projects start with up-to-date knowledge of a company’s current infrastructure and application landscape. While it may seem obvious, many organisations don’t have a clear picture of what’s running in their environments. This picture helps the migration effort both before and …