Getting Ready for the Cloud

by Ben Grubin Whether you have a handful of applications of thousands of them, if some are not already running the cloud the idea has likely been discussed. Most people agree there are large numbers of applications that should be relatively easy to migrate to cloud infrastructure, yet most still haven't made the jump to... Continue Reading →

theCUBE Interview at EMC World 2013

Here is a video of me discussing the current state of cloud providers and where the industry is going live inside theCUBE with Wikibon’s John Furrier and Stu Miniman from the floor of EMC World 2013 in Las Vegas. Thank you to ServiceMesh for inviting me to speak. (c) 2013 John Treadway / CloudBzz /... Continue Reading →

VMware’s OpenStack Hook-up

VMware has applied to join the OpenStack Foundation, potentially giving the burgeoning open source cloud stack movement a huge dose of credibility in the enterprise. There are risks to the community in VMware’s involvement, of course, but on the balance this could be a pivotal event. There is an alternative explanation, which I will hit... Continue Reading →

Open Clouds at Red Hat

Red Hat has ben making steady progress toward what is shaping up as a fairly interesting cloud strategy.  Building on their Deltacloud API abstraction layer and their CloudForms IaaS software, a hybrid cloud model is starting to emerge. Add to this their OpenShift PaaS system, and you can see that Red Hat is assembling a... Continue Reading →

RACI and PaaS – A Change in Operations

I have been having a great debate with one of my colleagues about the changing role of the IT operations (aka "I&O") function in the context of PaaS. Nobody debates that I&O is responsible and accountable for infrastructure operations. Application developers (with or without the blessing of Enterprise Architecture) select platform components such as application... Continue Reading →

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