Posts tagged for “Cloud computing”
As part of Digital Transformation, Enterprises are seeking ways to meet the unprecedented levels of speed and flexibility that digital businesses require by adopting new ways of developing and delivering software utilizing the cloud.
Posted by: Greg Fischer on January 19th, 2017
Providing choice is the trend. How companies deliver and manage services must be aligned with the choices made by clients. That’s common sense. But it does speak to fact that offering choice has a ripple affect across the delivery organization?
Posted by: Scott Christie on March 27th, 2015
Review three key things to keep in mind when looking to implement a hybrid cloud strategy that could ultimately make a huge difference in how beneficial cloud is to you.
Posted by: Colin Lacey on March 5th, 2015
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
In this podcast Laura Osburnsen, VP of Marketing at Unisys, shares her views on mission critical computing in the digital age and what it takes to get there.
Posted by: VFTE Editor on December 17th, 2014
How do you enable your organization to reap the benefits of leveraging cloud and incorporate this new model into your day-to-day operations and business management processes? Consider these four primary areas: People, Process, Tools and Services.
Posted by: Dave Goodman on October 17th, 2014
What is a Cloud Broker and why should you consider one? A Cloud Broker is more than just a toolset for aggregation, automation and integration but also an in-line consultation to the cloud “as a service” models.
Posted by: Greg Fischer on September 17th, 2014
Get the essential steps needed to embrace a cloud strategy and move along your journey towards enabling IT as a Service.
Posted by: Colin Lacey on September 9th, 2014
As one of the biggest IT disruptive trends, cloud computing is part of almost every IT conversation. With a hyper growth rate forecasted by most major publications and researchers, the key question is ‘are you executing your strategy to get the most of your cloud investments?'
Posted by: Linda Welch on August 20th, 2014
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