Category: Technical Philosophy

Jun 08

Are you ready for PaaS?

Platform as a Service technology has been around for a number of years.  Recent business initiatives have created a need for a solution that can speed delivery of applications.  Pivotal Cloud Foundry has seen a growing interest as well as investments.  Ford and Microsoft were recently announced as investors.  As companies develop their DevOps strategy …

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May 23

Change in IT is Inevitable, Part 3

Hopefully you can now appreciate why Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure and other cloud vendors are doing so well.  They have developed services that are quick and easy to consume. Customers don’t have to wait on IT approvals, procurement of hardware or any other IT processes that slow down requests for resources.  …

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May 16

Change in IT is Inevitable, Part 2

In the second part of our series (review the part 1 here)we will discuss the development process.  This is not an all encompassing development education series, just a high level overview.  If you remember from part one the business had a need to update their application.  If we walk thru these processes, we find that …

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May 09

Change in IT is Inevitable, Part 1

In this multi-part series, we will review what is driving change in IT, the development process and the changing infrastructure that can support these environments.

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Mar 17

Future of containers and what they might mean to the rest of us

What is the future state of containers and computing specifically? Why does 1 technology beat another in the fickle world of IT? Who can benefit from the tectonic shift happening in the world? Just a few of the questions that I ask myself on a day to day basis among many other crazier questions I won’t share …

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Dec 09

Naming standards… my clouded view

So this is going to be my first post as a blogger, and I figure why not start out with a bang. My stance here will likely be a bit controversial! If my vision, thoughts, or ideas cause you discomfort… well you may want to stop reading now 😉

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