There should be no doubt that the future of IT infrastructure is in public cloud. Exhibit C: Google has built a model run in a neural network to predict datacenter efficiencies. They’re using the model to make decisions about infrastructure changes on the raised floor. An enterprising engineer saw that […]
“The Decoded Company” There’s a schtick here – Mr. Segal is selling a book. But many IT shops today know they need to make a dramatic change in how they do business. “Managing people by spreadsheets” isn’t going to work anymore. To get to the next level, it’s up to […]
Distributed In-kernel (stateful) Firewalls in VMware NSX for vSphere Short description + link to NSX architecture video discussing the challenges of VMware firewalling today.
This from the OpenStack Summit in Hong Kong, 2013. A good introduction to OpenStack if you’re trying to wrap your head around what it is. http://www.openstack.org/summit/openstack-summit-hong-kong-2013/session-videos/presentation/getting-started-with-openstack
Google Cloud Platform Blog: Google Compute Engine is now Generally Available with expanded OS support, transparent maintenance, and lower prices
Google Cloud Platform Blog: Google Compute Engine is now Generally Available with expanded OS support, transparent maintenance, and lower prices This is a pretty big deal. Google Compute Engine is now GA.
The Netflix Tech Blog: Active-Active for Multi-Regional Resiliency The Netflix team describes how they’ve built an active-active based approach to resiliency on top of Amazon web services. This is a fantastic read if you’re into enterprise architecture. And who isn’t, really?! The one really interesting element here I think – […]
Unless you can find a manufacturer to model that can: Deliver a product to customers within minutes of the order being placed Modify the product for free during the manufacturing process no matter how large or small the change Agree to be paid only the cost of materials Provide the […]