Tag Archives: Cloud
Infrastructure Migration

Cloud Migration and Availability Index

The Cloud Transition The Cloud may not be in-your-face.  But it is pervasive, and gradually taking over many aspects of our traditional IT systems. Companies are not yet making wholesale transitions from existing data-centres and on-premise assets to Cloud. However, when infrastructure reviews occur, whether to upgrade or add new resources, the Cloud beckons. Questions […]

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Cloud Infrastructure Security

Securing our Hybrid Cloud

In a previous article, “One thousand servers, start with one click”, I described the design and implementation of a simple hybrid-Cloud infrastructure.  The view was from a high level, and I intend, God willing, to delve into the detail in a later instalment.  Before that though, I wanted to touch on the subject of hybrid […]

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[Hybrid] Cloud Infrastructure

1000 Cloud Servers: Start With One Click

Cloud and Open Source The arrival of Cloud providers and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) has opened up options and possibilities for solution architects.  Our company is working with a client on a major transformation initiative. Leveraging Cloud IaaS and open-source integration platforms, together we have explored options, built competence, and delivered incremental solutions while keeping costs to […]

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