Serverless Computing's Blind Spot
Migrating to the Cloud is like Moving into a New
Amazon's Secret to Sucess
The Great Cloud Land Grab
Managed Cloud Controls for AWS
Your Cloud Choice
#NetNeutrality and the Cloud
Monetizing Your Data
Will 2017 Mark the Death of PaaS?
Should the Cloud be Subsidized?
Big Benefits for Your Big Data
Disrupted or Disrupter: Which One Will You Be?
Lessons Learned from the AWS S3 Outage
Adopting a Multi-Cloud Strategy
Oracle Doubles License Requirements on AWS
Cloud First Doesn't Mean Cloud Only
The State of the Cloud for 2017
Escaping from Oracle
May 19, 2017
Avoiding the potential downsides of new technologies + 5 more cloud stories for your weekend.
Don’t believe the fairy tale that the cloud’s auto-provisioning and auto-scaling services make software perform better.
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In a move that could shift the course of multiple technology markets, Google will soon launch a cloud computing service that provides exclusive access to a new kind of artificial-intelligence chip designed by its own engineers.
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Our guest on the podcast this week is Adam Jacob, CTO at Chef. We discuss Chef's evolution and the changing face of large enterprises when innovating with new technologies.
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Microsoft plans to take Azure beyond the public cloud towards the edge, exploiting the growth in enterprise IoT and industrial automation.
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As enterprise technology advances and more companies turn toward non-traditional, work-from-anywhere solutions, cloud software is rapidly becoming the management platform of choice for enterprise mobility efforts.
Read the full article on BetaNews ›
Automatic provisioning of server resources is a great idea, but it can lead to the end of upfront resource planning—and high resource costs. Here's how to avoid the downside of this new technology.
This week CTP and Chef announced a new partnership to accelerate cloud adoption.
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