Podcast

Episode 16: Bigger is not always better: the benefits of working with smaller cloud providers

April 20, 2022

The benefits of working with smaller cloud providers A conversation with Ryan Pollock, VP Product Marketing and Developer Relationships for Vultr.com – Everyone knows who the big players are in the cloud business. But sometimes, they’re too big, especially for

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Oxylabs

Episode 15: The Power of Data Scraping

March 24, 2022

A conversation with Aleksandras Šulženko – Product owner at Oxylabs.io In a global economy where change happens by the second, one of the best ways to keep up with industry information, including your competitors, is to collect, review and analyze

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Matthew Groves

Episode 14: NoSQL – What the Media is Saying

November 17, 2021

NoSQL and the Media NoSQL is becoming the must have for organizations needing to manage data in ways that traditional relational databases were just not designed for. What has the industry media been saying about it? Matthew Groves product marketing

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Couchbase

Episode 13: How Developers will Revolutionize Digital Transformation Efforts Despite Challenges

October 12, 2021

How Developers will Revolutionize Digital Transformation Efforts In February 2021 Couchbase released the results of a survey that showed how developers play a key role in helping organizations meet their digital transformation goals despite facing significant challenges, including the disruptions

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Couchbase

Episode 12: Transitioning from a Relational to NoSQL Cloud Database

September 29, 2021

Relational to NoSQL Cloud Database Like so many other areas of technology, the database is changing. For a long time we worked with relation databases and SQL, but the demands for flexibility, security and speed are making it clear: legacy

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Episode 11: Leveraging the Power of WordPress with the Toolkit – and a Global Community

May 18, 2021

A conversation with TJ Danklefs of cPanel and Angelo Giuffrida of VentraIP Australia WordPress is a significant player in the global webspace, and tools like the WordPress toolkit allow businesses of all sizes prepare, stage, and maintain their websites, using

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Yotascale podcast

Episode 10: The Modern Day Smokestack? The Economics of Cloud Management

April 27, 2021

The Modern Day Smokestack A conversation with Asim Razzaq, CEO, Yotascale Why is cloud cost management so difficult? What are the main challenges in achieving cloud cost optimization? What are the principles of cost optimization that will help boost profits

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Tom Fanelli

Episode 9: Taking a Deep Dive into WordPress for Small and Medium Business

January 12, 2021

Deep Diving Into WordPress WordPress. For a lot of people this name might initially conjure up a place for amateur bloggers, almost a hobbyist site. But nothing could be further from the truth. As an open source web hosting platform,

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Virtana

Episode 8: Managing Cloud Strategy During the Chaos of 2020, Plus an Outlook for 2021

December 2, 2020

An Interview with Kash Shaikh, CEO of Virtana Companies are wrestling with the idea of moving to the cloud, staying on-prem or finding a hybrid solution. Kash Shaikh, the new CEO of Virtana, looks at how the lockdown chaos of

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DivvyCloud Podcast

Episode 7: Haste Makes Waste: The Dangers of Rushing to the Cloud

July 23, 2020

Dangers of Rushing to the Cloud The pressure to accelerate your company’s plans to move to the public cloud is substantial. But it should never be taken lightly. It’s a democratized world far away from the command and control of

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Bittitan

Episode 6: Cloud Migration: Why It’s More Important Than Ever

June 2, 2020

The Importance of Cloud Migration Moving fully to the cloud is still a concern for many companies, but with millions of employees working from home, there’s an even greater need to migrate. Mark Kirstein, VP of Product for BitTitan shares

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Staeadfast

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

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,

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Episode 4: The Power of Regulatory Compliant Cloud: A European Case Study

May 5, 2020

An interview with Johan Christenson, CEO of CityNetwork With the world focusing on the big three hyperscalers, there is still room – and much necessity for – more local cloud providers who are better suited to the country-specific data protection

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Wasabi

Episode 3: The Bottomless Cloud – An Interview with David Friend of Wasabi

March 31, 2020

Why data is not “the new oil” and why “cloud” means more than we think. In his new book, author David Friend refers to the cloud as “bottomless,” and disputes peoples’ assessment that data is the new “oil.” So what

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Isc2

Episode 2: Coronavirus Phishing Emails and Work-from-Home Meetings

March 17, 2020

Coronavirus Phishing Emails What to watch out for as scammers exploit pandemic panic, and tips on how to attend meetings while working from home. Working from home this week? There are a few challenges and some serious security issues to

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Yuliya Melnik
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