Our second quarter got off to a spectacular start, down under, at AWS Summit Sydney. We had the great pleasure of starting off our visit by hosting the AWS Partner Summit Sydney, where we were able to engage with other sponsors, like ScienceLogic, TrendMicro, NetApp, CHEF, and Splunk, as well as AWS Partner Network members…
We are proud of our partnership with Amazon Web Services and today, we are thrilled to share that we will be one of the sponsors at next week’s AWS Summit Sydney, April 5-6, 2017. In addition, we are also sponsoring the AWS Partner Summit on April 4, 2017. We will be at booth S20, please..
The first of a series of thought leadership interviews. Passion is contagious. When I was in high school, I watched the film A Room with a View. In that movie, there is a bucolic shot of an Italian field of poppies accompanied by Puccini playing in the background. The sound and imagery were so compelling..
Serverless computing has been referred to as the natural next step in the transition to infrastructure as a service (IaaS). With major companies like Coca-Cola and Major League Baseball going serverless, it’s getting a lot of traction for its ability to help companies achieve new levels of speed and scale in building applications. Think of..
It’s great to be back on the blog! Today, I want to tell you more about our journey in the cloud industry over the last two years and share the three key things that we have learned from our customers on cloud training for both SMBs and large enterprises, after onboarding a few thousand companies on Cloud Academy…
Google made 100 announcements at its recent Google Cloud Next 2017 conference. If you would rather not have to sift through the full list to find the Google Cloud Platform announcements that matter to you, then you’ve come to the right place. Click on a link in the list below to go directly to a..
Last year we published a step-by-step guide to enterprise cloud migration. The article spoke to the pros and cons, but mainly to the overwhelming benefits of taking on such an endeavor. If you’re an engineer, that equipment was written with you in mind. The thing is, we’re not all engineers, and some of us are..
I recently completed a webinar on deploying Kubernetes applications with Helm. The webinar is the first of a two-part series on the Kubernetes ecosystem. It builds on the two introductory Kubernetes webinars that we hosted earlier this year: Hands on Kubernetes and Ecosystem & Production Operations. In this post, I’ll be recapping this week’s webinar on..
Last week, I hosted a Cloud Academy webinar about open-source FaaS and FaaS on Kubernetes. If you missed the live event, you can watch it here. In this post, I’d like to briefly recap some of the main topics covered, including a high-level introduction to FaaS and an overview of the main open-source projects. Also, I will be..