Serverless is a concept in Cloud Computing that has been growing in popularity over the last 12 months. It is very powerful and has a lot of potential. In this post, I hope to help explain what Serverless is, how it can be used and some examples of how it is being used in the industry.
Congratulations! You and your colleagues are now convinced that the Public Cloud must be at the heart of your overall enterprise strategy. The last members of the resistance have acquiesced and accepted the inevitable, a move catalyzed with an announcement by the two largest IaaS providers to enter the French market in 2017 and finalized with VMWARE burying the hatchet with Amazon Web Services.
The time has come! For years, people involved in real cloud technologies have had to explain and defend what it is, justify its role in 'IT' and explain that ‘public’ cloud is not open to the public. This has got to change. Cloud is the new normal. It is the only viable form of IT. Get over IT!
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Dead. The server was dead. As a result, during the next four days 2,300 Delta Airlines flights were cancelled, with thousands of passengers affected. Yet another blow had been struck to the traditional IT model.
Headline too strong for you? Well, it was inspired by a couple of conversations this week that took me back in time to 2011 when I first joined Cloudreach, and the business world was a little more suspicious of cloud security.
Many of you were present at our 60-minute session during the last AWS Summit in New York. Damian Tommasino, Cloudreach Solution Architect presented a highly-anticipated session about Cloud Adoption for the Entperprise.
In years gone past, companies have habitually bought and owned land, the building standing on it, and physical assets to sit inside it. These purchases have no obvious benefit to the core business; they are merely required to run it. I have seen entire villages and streets named after the company who resides there. This is in many ways an outdated way of thinking and operating and something I doubt we’ll see a lot of going forward.
As a Cloud Systems Engineer, I’m lucky enough to be able to work with customers from all around the globe, and hailing from many different industries. I act as a guide for those customers who are transitioning into a new way of working: a cloud way of working.