Thinking about moving some database workloads to public cloud? Or already moved some? Across the public cloud providers, there is a smorgasbord of options, though it’s certainly not an all-you-can-eat buffet! In this blog, we’ll give you some food for thought while...
The retirement of Technical Debt has never been more relevant. The great recession, and, more recently, the COVID-19 pandemic have significantly dampened the ability and willingness of enterprises to address an ever-growing amount of Technical Debt. Too often,...
The pandemic triggered broad changes in the way businesses operate. In the process, it also exposed serious gaps in disaster recovery (DR) planning. Cloud-based DR-as-a-Service (DRaaS) solutions can close those gaps and provide improved protection for your essential...
“You’ll be on cloud nine!” In the hills of eastern Kentucky, literary idioms are a huge part of the language. Examples like “You’re barking up the wrong tree”, “eating high on the hog”, and “hill of beans” can be heard regularly. In those same hills I grew up,...
Over the past year, rapid changes in the technology landscape have made software modernization an imperative for organizations of all sizes. As organizations accelerated the movement of legacy applications to the cloud to support work-from-home operations, many...
I often use the expression “Cloud as IT Oxygen” – but, what do I mean by such an expression? The global catastrophe of the COVID-19 pandemic has changed our world and unleashed a set of forces driving change across all areas...
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