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January 5, 2014  12:51 PM

Does VMware need a vOpenStack offering?



Posted by: Brian Gracely
Cloud Computing, Cloud Foundry, Cloud Management, Data Center, Enterprise, IaaS, Mission-Critical Applications, OpenStack, PaaS, Pivotal, Private Cloud, SDN, Software-Defined Data Center, Virtualization, VMware

Three or four years ago, I had a unique opportunity to spend two weeks touring manufacturing facilities across China as part of a program to study complex systems, international business and patent law (or lack of it). We spent time with many well-known companies looking at their operations...

December 27, 2013  9:57 AM

Three Improvements Needed for Cloud Computing in 2014



Posted by: Brian Gracely
AWS, Budgeting, Cloud Computing, Cloud Management, Consumerization of IT, Costs, DBaaS, DevOps, Enterprise, IaaS, PaaS, Private Cloud, Public Cloud, SaaS, Transformation

self-improvement

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December 26, 2013  3:14 PM

Cloud Computing and Lock-In – Understanding and Managing Costs



Posted by: Brian Gracely
APi, Budgeting, Cloud Computing, Consumerization of IT, Enterprise, Licensing, Lock-In, Open Source, Opportunity Cost, Private Cloud, Public Cloud, Shadow IT, Transformation

Part 1 Vendor Lock in What is it and how to avoid it-resized-600

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December 8, 2013  6:11 PM

The Ebbs and Flows of SDN



Posted by: Brian Gracely
AWS, Cisco, Cloud Computing, Data Center, Enterprise, Lock-In, Multi-Tenancy, Open Source, OpenDaylight, OpenFlow, Overlay Network, Private Cloud, SDN, Software-Defined, Software-Defined Data Center, Software-Defined Networking, VLAN, VMware

Screen Shot 2012-11-27 at 8.56.20 AM

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November 30, 2013  11:36 AM

The Ebbs and Flows of OpenStack



Posted by: Brian Gracely
Cloud Computing, DevOps, Multi-Cloud, Open Source, OpenStack, Platform

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November 30, 2013  10:51 AM

Can Private Cloud Management be Hybrid?



Posted by: Brian Gracely
AWS, Budgeting, Cloud Computing, Cloud Management, Data Center, Hybrid Cloud, Private Cloud, SaaS, SLA, Transformation

Screen Shot 2013-11-29 at 5.06.50 PM

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November 29, 2013  5:50 PM

The Rise of the SaaS Management Tools



Posted by: Brian Gracely
APi, AWS, Cloud Computing, Cloud Management, DevOps, Performance, SaaS, Start-up

One of the biggest takeaways I had from the 2013 AWS re:Invent conference was the increasing number of companies that were delivering various forms of IT management (network...


November 28, 2013  10:29 AM

Thoughts from AWS re:Invent 2013



Posted by: Brian Gracely
AWS, Big Data, Cloud Computing, Costs, Data Center, DevOps, Enterprise, NoSQL, Open Source, Transformation

It's been a couple hectic weeks since the AWS re:Invent conference, enough time to process what was announced and what has become one of the major cloud computing events in our industry (some would say "THE" event). The event has grown to ~9000 attendees and estimates have AWS now


October 28, 2013  1:05 PM

Is it really possible to compare Cloud offerings?



Posted by: Brian Gracely
AWS, Cloud Computing, Cloud Management, CloudSpectator, CloudStack, Data Center, Enterprise, Gartner, Mission-Critical Applications, NetworkComputing, Open Source, Performance, Rackspace, SLA

I’ve written before about how Cloud Computing can be confusing (here,


October 28, 2013  12:35 PM

In 2013, It’s Time for a Moonlighting Revolution



Posted by: Brian Gracely
Blog, Cloud Computing, Consumerization of IT, Moonlighting, Motivation, Open Source, OpenStack, Podcast, Shadow IT, Start-up

moonlighting

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