A face in the cloud – Angelos Efthimiou, Cloud Engagement Manager in Munich
Here at Cloudreach, we believe that the growth of a great business is fuelled by great people. It is our talented individuals that make Cloudreach the success it is. Today Angelos Efthimiou tells us about his experience working and #KeepingitCloudy at Cloudreach. What is your role at Cloudreach? Describe your main responsibilities. At Cloudreach […]
A face in the cloud – Genta Roko, Cloud System Developer in Munich
Here at Cloudreach, we believe that the growth of a great business is fuelled by great people. It is our talented individuals that make Cloudreach the success it is. Today Genta Roko tells us about her experience working and #KeepingitCloudy at Cloudreach. What is your role at Cloudreach? I am a Cloud System Developer. […]
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 […]
Google Cloud Platform – Momentum gathers
It’s fair to say that the cloud IaaS/PaaS world has thus far been dominated by AWS, and Microsoft are now recognised by most as the second “horse in the race” with their ever evolving Azure offering. I spent some time down at the Excel centre in London this past week at the Google Cloud Next […]
Attending a Hackathon when you cannot hack, how bad could it be?
On the 22nd April I took part in a Cloudreach Hackathon called .create() (for more details read the blog about it here). So what is .create()? It is basically a 48 hour hackathon where teams of up to 3 people work to try and create something new. Each hackathon has specific rules; usually about using […]
How flexible should companies be with accommodating employee needs?
In my initial interview with Cloudreach, I was cautioned that the role may include substantial travel to client sites for meetings and/or onsite project work. Sign. Me. Up. I had previously spent all of my professional career working between 2 and 20 miles from my house in Phoenix, Arizona, with rare trips for remote office […]
AWS KMS Envelope Encryption
Today the Cloudreach blog covers a topic that is hot, hot, hot given the continuing security breaches, challenges and discussions around the globe. Specifically, we’re going to talk about encryption in AWS and how to make AWS Key Management Service (KMS) secure for your needs. The functionality that KMS provides is great, and with a […]
“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 […]