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Lew Tucker

Istio 1.0: Making It Easier To Develop and Deploy Microservices

With the recent availability of Istio 1.0 it is not surprising that it continues to capture much attention from the technical press and developer community ...
Sumo Logic

The Case for Microservices Sprawl at Sea

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 ...
Mark Kirstein

IT Pros Can Now Deliver a More Streamlined, Cost-Efficient Migration of Microsoft Teams

IT Pros Deliver a More Streamlined Migration of Microsoft Teams In the modern workplace, the ability for employees to collaborate and engage with each other ...
Sumo Logic

The Shift from Monolithic to Microservices: What It Means for CTOs

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 ...
Matt Holleran

Cloud Platforms, Marketplaces, and Startups

Cloud Platforms, Marketplaces, and Startups One of the most exciting recent developments in the cloud software business is the proliferation of partner ecosystems, with large ...
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Lauren Brunson

The Growing Need to Consolidate Multi-Tenant Environments

By Lauren Brunson | July 29, 2020

Consolidate Multi-Tenant Environments Over the past four months, countless businesses and universities have scrambled to the cloud to enable their employees and students to work remotely during the global coronavirus pandemic. Managed service providers (MSPs) and IT service providers have

Steve Prentice

Episode 5: How the Pandemic is Changing Business and the Cloud

By Steve Prentice | May 20, 2020

An Interview with Ed Dryer of Steadfast With the global pandemic wreaking havoc on business and society, everything is changing. Ed Dryer, Senior Technology Strategist at Steadfast Networks, which specializes in Colocation, Managed Infrastructure as a Service and Network infrastructure,

Ian Hayes

Pick The Right AWS Course And Ensure A Brighter Future Ahead

By Ian Hayes | May 14, 2020

Picking The Right AWS Course As the leader of the pack, AWS (Amazon Web Services) is the fastest-growing public cloud service in the industry, and it’s all set to extend its dominance with a 52% market share in 2020. And

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Advantages of Database Management Systems (DBMS)

By CloudTweaks | April 22, 2020

What Is A Database Management System (DBMS)? (Updated: 04,22,2020) A Database Management System, or DBMS, allows its users to create, read, delete and update data within a database. The management system works as an interface between users and/or application programs and

Gilad David Maayan

Leveraging Managed Kubernetes to Improve Your Operations

By Gilad David Maayan | March 23, 2020

Leveraging Managed Kubernetes Kubernetes simplifies container orchestration, but sometimes companies are struggling with Kubernetes adoption. Many organizations do not have the required expertise to configure and manage Kubernetes by themselves. Managed Kubernetes is a good solution to this dilemma if