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As more and more companies develop at Internet-Scale, new methods to monitor, analyze and manage these application will have to emerge.
Posted by: Michael Salsburg on February 26th, 2015
Hybrid Application Management – The Role of Orchestration
Cloud, as a technology, is mainly focused on the automation of IT resource management. Orchestration is more akin to the automation of business process than the typical automation of individual resources and their configurations.
Posted by: Michael Salsburg on July 31st, 2014
While today’s application-focused cloud technologies are still evolving we have come a long way over the last 30-years. Find out some of the new implications emerging regarding application performance.
Posted by: Michael Salsburg on June 19th, 2014
One Size Does Not Fit All, Part II
Cloud computing provides the most value when IT processes and procedures can be standardized and then automated. But standardizing service and compliance objectives for enterprise applications will lead to high cost of ownership. A heterogeneous approach is needed.
Posted by: Michael Salsburg on September 7th, 2012
One Size Does Not Fit All, Part I
The Requirement for Heterogeneity Within a Private Cloud
Posted by: Michael Salsburg on August 28th, 2012
Application Centric Computing
Application centric computing is an evolution in computing that determines how well applications provide the necessary information and knowledge requested. This post explores where we were, where we have arrived, and, maybe, where we will be going in the next nine years.
Posted by: Michael Salsburg on July 18th, 2012
The Little Toaster that Could
Disruptive IT Trends
What are these things called "Appliances" and how have they simplified life for the IT organization?
Posted by: Michael Salsburg on January 5th, 2012
I’m Afraid I Can’t Do That, Dave
The fear of losing control when moving to IT automation can hinder IT organizations from moving forward and realizing its benefits for the business.
Posted by: Michael Salsburg on November 29th, 2011
The Value of the Invisible
Enterprises require virtualization and automation to reduce operational costs. Unisys Secure Private Cloud provides the framework to make this happen.
Posted by: Michael Salsburg on October 31st, 2011
Are Private Clouds More Than Vapor?
How do we characterize the unique value of a private cloud?
Posted by: Michael Salsburg on October 12th, 2011