Business

Droplet Computing makes a big splash at Cloud Field Day 3

Every so often there is a company that catches your eye. Not because of their flashy marketing, but because they are solving a really interesting problem with a clever approach. That happened at Tech Field Day’s Cloud Field Day 3, where Droplet Computingofficially came out of stealth and held the public launch of the company.… Continue reading Droplet Computing makes a big splash at Cloud Field Day 3

Business · Cloud

Oracle works toward capturing enterprise Cloud IaaS demand

The enterprise cloud market is still shows a widely untapped potential. A significant portion of this potential comes from the demand generated by the legacy applications that are sitting in the myriad of corporate data centers. The footprint from these legacy workloads alone is staggering. Start adding in the workloads that sit in secondary data… Continue reading Oracle works toward capturing enterprise Cloud IaaS demand

Business · Cloud · Data

Delphix smartly reduces the friction to access data

Today’s CIO is looking for ways to untap the potential in their company’s data. We have heard the phrase that data is the new oil. Except that data, like oil, is just a raw material. Ultimately, we need to refine it into a finished good which is ultimately where the value resides. At the same… Continue reading Delphix smartly reduces the friction to access data

Business · Cloud

Morpheus Data brings the glue to multi-cloud management

Enterprises across the globe are starting to leverage cloud-based resources in a multitude of ways. However, there is not a one-size-fits-all approach to cloud that makes sense for the enterprise portfolio. This leads to a rise in multi-cloud deployments for the varied workloads any given enterprise uses. Meaning, any given enterprise will use a variety… Continue reading Morpheus Data brings the glue to multi-cloud management

CIO · Cloud

Three key changes to look for in 2018

2017 has officially come to a close and 2018 has already started with a bang. As I look forward to what 2018 brings, the list is incredibly long and detailed. The genres of topics are equally long and cover people, process, technology, culture, business, social, economic and geopolitical boundaries…just to name a few. Here are… Continue reading Three key changes to look for in 2018

network

Upgrading to a mesh wifi network

After several folks asked about a recent tweet I posted about upgrading my home wifi network to a mesh network, I thought I would spend a few words to describe the before and after. UNDERSTANDING THE BASELINE Before discussing the details about the wifi networks and implementation, it is important to first set a baseline.… Continue reading Upgrading to a mesh wifi network

Cloud

Four expectations for AWS re:Invent

This week brings Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) annual re:Invent conference where thousands will descend upon Las Vegas to learn about cloud and the latest in AWS innovations. Having attended the conference for several years now, there are a number of trends that are common at an AWS event. One of those is the sheer number… Continue reading Four expectations for AWS re:Invent