Overwhelmingly, Executives report the driving need for DevOps and adoption of automation and orchestration frameworks is driven by scalability needs and reduction of OpEx. However, Execs often think that it’s the frameworks or tools themselves that bring the value. Without knowledge and expertise, the tools fall short - the true value of DevOps is not realized.

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Has the Promise of Connected Cloud Platforms Come to Fruition?

Posted by Rythmos on Aug 15, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Cloud computing was more of a pariah in its early days than the digital transformation enabler that it is today. The idea of taking all of your company's digital information, everything, and launching it into the cloud hoping that everything would work out okay, seemed quite risky to many companies.

The negative PR image wasn’t entirely unjustified either. With puzzling, high-profile data leaks, notable system outages, and a dirge of competing providers many with less-than-stellar track record and image in their own right, cloud platforms had a lot more going against them.

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Topics: cloud, Digital Transformation, connected cloud, multicloud

Four Data Warehouse Vendors that Can Help Centralize Your Mission Critical Data

Posted by Andy Floresca on Mar 28, 2018 2:10:23 PM

Mission critical data within an organization is often decentralized, siloed, and inaccessible to those individuals charged with making strategic business decisions. Getting at data that is locked in transactional systems, or siloed in business units, can have a negative impact on the day-to-day operations of serving customers. The data warehouse was developed as the best way to aggregate your most mission-critical data, to make it actionable so that you can make better business decisions.

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Topics: data warehouse, cloud