Posts Tagged ‘infrastructure-as-a-service’

Integrating Data in the Cloud For Better Care

The following is the thirteenth blog in a series about why businesses are moving to the cloud to modernize and improve business performance. Throughout this series, we have discussed the many benefits of cloud, including increased velocity for innovation, enhanced security, and the opportunity for ROI. Now we want to discuss how the cloud can […]

Reducing App Development Build Time by 75% with Cloud

The following is the fifth blog in a series about why businesses are moving to the cloud to modernize and improve business performance. Thus far in this series, we’ve examined the state of cloud and how cloud enables innovation, including with a case study in cloud automation, with speed and agility. In this blog, we’ll […]

How to Choose an IaaS Provider

Infrastructure is a key part of every IT department before cloud or DevOps is even considered. Serving as the backbone of IT, it’s these components that keep every system running. In recent years, Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) has become a competitive and popular space, led by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and their affordable and reliable offerings. Nonethelss, […]

Oracle Enterprise Management Updates

Increasing Cloud Use [Trend To Watch]

Gartner recently put out a press release that is quite memorable. It begins with: “By 2020, a corporate ‘no-cloud’ policy will be as rare as a ‘no-internet’ policy is today.” The chances are low that many companies maintain such success-hindering policies, but there are plenty of companies out there that are slow adopters, especially in […]

Introducing Our Amazon Web Services Partnership

We are excited to announce that we have joined as a member of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN). The service is trusted by thousands of businesses in 190 countries around the world and has been recognized as a leading solution by cloud infrastructure industry analysts. Products in the AWS suite support areas […]

Cloud OS

Pervasive Data in Microsoft’s Cloud OS

As early as the beginning of this year, Microsoft began positioning their “Cloud OS” concept, based on the pillars of Windows Server and Microsoft (formerly Windows) Azure.  This perspective on the spectrum of Microsoft’s offerings casts Cloud OS as a giant next generation operating system, with all the scope and scalability that cloud computing offers. […]