Allan Leinwand

How Will Artificial Intelligence Really Impact Jobs?

By Allan Leinwand | November 7, 2017

Will Artificial Intelligence Impact Jobs? Hamilton is my favorite Broadway musical. The show follows the life of one of America’s founding fathers, Alexander Hamilton, who went from a destitute, illegitimate child in the British West Indies to become the mastermind

Server-less Computing Necessitates A Significant Mind Shift

By Allan Leinwand | August 24, 2017

Server-less is More The author of the Pied Piper of Hamelin, Robert Browning, is one of my favorite English poets. He is credited with the phrase “less is more.” Often the phrase “less is more” means that simplicity is what

The Cure for Cloud Sprawl: Nimble Operationalization in the Multi-Cloud

By Allan Leinwand | June 22, 2017

The Cure for Cloud Sprawl Enterprises are shifting to a cloud-first footing. That’s no secret. But just as companies and their IT teams are getting used to the idea of going to the cloud, now they need to anticipate—and lay

Adopting An Industry-Wide Red Line Movement

By Allan Leinwand | April 19, 2017

Red Line Movement Recently, I’ve been calling for an industry-wide adoption of the red line philosophy to help with the balance of features and quality in cloud application development. It seems that everyone has the idea that if they don’t

The Unintended – and Intended – Consequences of Cloud Data Sovereignty

By Allan Leinwand | March 9, 2017

Cloud Data Sovereignty It seems that everything has unintended consequences – whether positive or negative. Intended consequences are those that are chosen. Unintended consequences are forced upon us. The consequences surrounding data sovereignty regulations are no different. The adoption of

Scale Matters in the Enterprise Cloud

By Allan Leinwand | January 30, 2017

The Enterprise Cloud What used to be an unknown and mysterious term, “the cloud” is now a common and mostly understood technology. At the most basic level, consumers see the cloud as a place where their photos are backed up

Two 2017 Trends From A Galaxy Far, Far Away

By Allan Leinwand | January 4, 2017

Reaching For The Stars People who know me know that I’m a huge Star Wars fan. I recently had the opportunity to see Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. While I won’t give any spoilers away for the few who

Transparency in the Cloud and the Lack Thereof

By Allan Leinwand | November 7, 2016

Cloud Transparency The enterprise cloud is changing the way we do things from our day jobs, to social media, entertainment, and everyday interactions. While many of today’s enterprises are leading the way to complete digital transformation, one concern they often have

Battle of the Clouds: Multi-Instance vs. Multi-Tenant Architecture

By Allan Leinwand | September 29, 2016

Multi-Instance vs. Multi-Tenant Architecture  The cloud is part of everything we do. It’s always there backing up our data, pictures, and videos. To many, the cloud is considered to be a newer technology. However, cloud services actually got their start

Three Ways To Secure The Enterprise Cloud

By Allan Leinwand | September 1, 2016

Secure The Enterprise Cloud Data is moving to the cloud. It is moving quickly and in enormous volumes. As this trend continues, more enterprise data will reside in the cloud and organizations will be faced with the challenge of entrusting even

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