Here is the In 5 (The Top 5 Takeaways) from our recent Digital Boardroom where we took deep dive on Navigating your Multi-Cloud Strategy. Increasing uptake of multi-cloud suggests it’s the infrastructure of...
Contributor and cloud evangelist Ian Moyse explores the functionality of Commvault, following their recent partnership with Microsoft to deliver joint Metallic SaaS Data Protection with Azure storage. The move is toted as a transformation enabler.
Contributor and Cloud Evangelist Ian Moyse seeks the capabilities most have come to hope from a multi-cloud environment. Many either pay lip service in delivery or have found their current approaches limiting. Where is the promised land of “easy to shift when required” and to mix cloud platforms freely without limitations of cost and development? The Multi-cloud enables an organisation to distribute workloads across multiple cloud environments, mitigating single cloud risks and gaining a bigger return for investment.
CIO WaterCooler Contributor and Bloor Research Director Paul Bevan delves into the details of the Thousand Eyes Cloud Performance Benchmark report. This is a fascinating and must-read report for those of you using Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Compute Platform (GCP), IBM Cloud or Alibaba Cloud to run important operational applications. It covers end-user to and from the Cloud measurements, inter-availability zone (AZ) and inter-region cloud vendor specific performance as well as network performance between the cloud vendors.
Cloud evangelist Ian Moyse explores the emergence of Metallic, the SaaS back-up of choice for Microsoft. Data has exploded, security threats are greater than ever before and cloud continues to proliferate. With this the need for protection and resilience of data is at its greatest and the game has just been changed by this new entrant.
Cloud evangelist Ian Moyse zeroes in on the role of cloud during the pandemic with excellent insight. 2020 is the year when cloud computing came into its own as the enabler to Work From Home. Cloud has its pros and cons like any technology, but its successes have been highlighted during 2020’s COVID period. What will this mean for digital transformation and disruption for the remainder of 2020 and beyond?