The Public Cloud Landscape And Advice For Adopting At Scale
Things are rather sporty in the public cloud integration and managed services ecosystem. It is increasingly evident that this is a hot space, and we are presently witnessing significant momentum and change as more businesses require support with public cloud adoption. Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform and Alibaba have steadily emerged as […]
Separation of Duties within Cloud Environments
Feeling cautious about the cloud? It is now 2017 and more and more businesses are realising the brilliance of cloud technology to reduce costs, create secure environments, and transform their business. However, we are still seeing some of the more traditional types of businesses (e.g. Financial Institutions) who are a bit cautious about their journey […]
The Other Side of Cloud Adoption
Innovation I started my last blog Remove barriers to digital innovation in enterprises with the following message which is still very valid: Our purpose at Cloudreach is to enable innovation, to unlock business potential by providing enterprises with new cloud platforms, processes, tools and skills. We enable our customers to become digital revolutionaries. Adopting the […]
ElasticCleaner for AWS Elasticsearch
Overview AWS’ Elasticsearch Service is a managed service that makes it easy to deploy, operate, and scale Elasticsearch in the AWS cloud. Here at Cloudreach, we value the importance of open sourcing so have developed a guide to tackling one of the limitations of AWS Elasticsearch. Why use AWS Elasticsearch? AWS Elasticsearch is a managed […]
Cloud Computing: Waves
Technology tends to progress in cycles and contained in those cycles distinct waves of progress form. Cloud computing, the current “it” technology has been building like a storm for the past decade. Public, Private and Hybrid cloud computing offerings are leading the way for companies to expand their quest to get more for less. The […]
“Not Really Agile” – Planning and Velocity Management in Enterprises
If you haven’t read my previous post on Directionless Agile and can spare 5 mins, I would suggest having a quick read, as this section is going to build a lot on the previous ideas. For those of you who don’t have time… here is the 20 second catch up: Large Enterprises tend to not […]
Lack of Product Owners: the problem with Directionless Agile
I’m back again and this time and in contrast to my positive “falling in love” confession about Agile I also want to balance the argument and write about a reoccurring problem I have seen in large enterprises during their Agile Cloud Adoption programmes. The Problem: Enterprises saying they will implement an “Agile” way of working […]
Cloud and Agile: why do they work so well together?
It sounds really geeky but over the last year, I have ‘fallen in love” with Agile.
ChatOps for the Next-Gen MSP
What is ChatOps? Conversation-driven collaboration isn’t new, also known as: talk to the people around you and figure out a way to work together.