From Silos to Services: Cloud Computing for the Enterprise:

IaaS


January 30, 2016  4:43 PM

Building the Cloud Computing track at Interop

Brian Gracely Brian Gracely Profile: Brian Gracely
AWS, Azure, IaaS, Interop, iot, PaaS, SaaS, Security

logo In the past, I've had the opportunity to help shape specific tracks at large vendor events (EMCWorld, DevOps...

January 24, 2016  4:34 PM

A Look at 2016 – “Hey You Kids, Get Off My Lawn!!” Edition

Brian Gracely Brian Gracely Profile: Brian Gracely
AWS, Cisco, Dell, DevOps, Docker, Hardware, HP, IaaS, PaaS, Public Cloud, VCE, VMware

2016 is going to be an interesting year in technology. I've predicted that it's the year where the Public Cloud markets begin to make the rules of the IT industry and everyone will need to figure out how they...


April 18, 2015  1:07 PM

“Structured” vs. “Unstructured” PaaS

Brian Gracely Brian Gracely Profile: Brian Gracely
Cloud Foundry, Docker, Engine yard, IaaS, OpenShift, PaaS

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August 17, 2014  5:59 PM

Pizza as-a-Service is Misunderstood

Brian Gracely Brian Gracely Profile: Brian Gracely
AWS, Cloud Computing, IaaS, PaaS, RDS, SaaS

Pizza-as-a-Service I saw the image for Pizza-as-a-Service floating around from many of my colleagues over the...


July 27, 2014  9:54 PM

Thoughts from OSCON 2014

Brian Gracely Brian Gracely Profile: Brian Gracely
DevOps, Git, IaaS, Linux, Open source, OpenStack, PaaS

The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was making mainstream media believe that everyone in IT was an experienced Linux SysAdmin. Or so I thought as I traveled to Portland, Oregon for OSCON...

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July 19, 2014  8:40 AM

Will Paris be the last OpenStack Summit?

Brian Gracely Brian Gracely Profile: Brian Gracely
Cisco, Cloud Foundry, HP, IaaS, OpenStack, Oracle, Rackspace, RedHat, VMware

After a week at the OpenStack Summit in April, a few thoughts immediately came...


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