Security Certification Helps Cloud Service Providers If you are a cloud service provider (CSP), you know your customers have a choice as to who to work with, but do you know what will help tip the scales in your favor?
Microservices Sprawl at Sea Why would anyone want to talk about microservices when they can talk about cruise ships? Taking a cruise is a popular life event for hundreds of thousands of vacationers every year. The image of a huge
Certification for Cloud Service Providers As of 2017, the concept of “cloud” has become more of a norm for companies and organizations worldwide. Most now use cloud service providers (CSPs) for some part of their business, and cloud has grown
Microservices Management Loosely coupled. This term appears frequently when describing microservices architecture, but is it a term that can be applied with equal gusto to management? And should it? Our answer is yes, both within IT operations and the executive.
The Shift to Microservices The shift in application development strategies is moving from monolithic design to isolated and resilient components known as microservices. As a result, applications that were designed with platform entanglements such as database and messaging layers have
CLOUDTWEAKS PODCAST It’s not your grandma’s SEO. Using content management to promote your ecommerce business is a lot different than it was a mere decade ago. It is more sophisticated and yet more subtle, incorporating outbound messages from all your
CloudTweaks Podcast The power of Twitter, the importance of teaming up with a cloud security specialist, how trains are using AI and news about Bitcoin and the Blockchain. This is a recent interview with Rich Campagna, SVP Products & Marketing at
Digital Payments A boulevard is a wide street that runs in two directions and usually has a median in the middle. This is important to remember for anyone looking to build a strategy for payment and commerce in the mobile
CloudTweaks Podcast Discussing Cloud Security with Zohar Alon, CEO of Dome9. Also what is the fastest and most efficient way to transport mega-petabytes of data? Hint: it has 18 wheels. And our outsider’s perspective from Jeremy Daniel. Contact us for
Printers and Hackers Spies and thieves often do their best work by hiding in plain sight. No one suspects the person sipping coffee at the table across from you in the coffee shop – the one who happens to be