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Key Challenges of Database Cloud Migration

As we shift enterprise computing to the cloud, the need for database migration increases—but with this comes the inherent challenges of migration and the need to plan. Moving to the…

The Case for Upgrading TechPod 035

The relationship IT professionals have with upgrades can sometimes only be described as “fraught.” Reasons range from the cost in terms of time and lost opportunity to “nothing in that…

[De]Constructing Cloud With Mike Pfeiffer—SolarWinds TechPod 021

On this episode of SolarWinds TechPod, our host Patrick Hubbard, SolarWinds Head Geek, is joined by Mike Pfeiffer, a twenty-year tech industry veteran who’s worked for some of the largest technology companies in the…

Public Cloud: All Aboard the Hype Train!

We’ve all heard it before. “The cloud is the future!” “We need to move to the cloud!” “The on-premises data center is dead.” If you believe the analysts and marketing…

Cloud Spoils Everything

As the leading public cloud platforms, Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS) offer a variety of services. Unfortunately, a handful of “cloud myths” remain as blockers to adoption. In…

Why Businesses Don’t Want Machine Learning or Artificial Intelligence

Did you come here hoping to read a summary of the past 5+ years of my research on self-driving, autonomous vehicles, Tesla, and TNC businesses? Well, you’re in luck… that’s…

Down With Cloud First – A Look at the Shift from Organizations Adopting a Cloud-First Mentality and What They Do Today

Today’s public cloud hyperscalers, such as Microsoft Azure, AWS, and Google, provide a whole host of platforms and services to enable organizations to deliver pretty much any workload you can…

Setting Up Multi-Factor Authentication With the AWS CLI

As part of achieving SOC-2 certification, we had to implement stricter requirements around AWS authentication. Database Performance Monitor has had multi-factor authentication (MFA) for access to the AWS web-app console…