In our Twitter-fueled, Facebook-fed society, it’s very easy to get caught up in hype. So after AWS’s outage last week, it was amazing to see all of the anti-cloud pundits coming out of the woodwork to hold AWS responsible for taking down a majority of the internet. Pundits said there were too many monopolies. Some global
The present market is evolving into a system of connected enterprise. Thus, cloud has become the central driver for this evolution as the primary focus shifts towards accommodation of future scalability and improving business efficiency. This rising popularity of Cloud Computing has given rise to multiple misconceptions over various aspects, some common and some not
While cloud adoption is growing rapidly, most enterprises (80+%) run approximately 30% of their workload in the cloud. However, a similar percentage of enterprises report that an additional 30% of applications are built on cloud-friendly architectures and are ready for the cloud. As this trend settles in, the major driver for this change in IT
Legacy business applications are often challenging to migrate to public cloud. Some of the key challenging questions are – Is the application suited for the public cloud? Does the application require any code remediation, re-engineering, re-architecture or can it be migrated as lift-and-shift? How long will the migration take? Can we accelerate the migration process?
Dow Jones, a leading publishing and financial information firm in the world, had envisioned building a robust digital platform to distribute content that would help them reduce TCO and improve business efficiency. Dow Jones wanted to leverage agile DevOps methodologies to reduce time to market. Challenge Dow Jones greatly promotes the use of industry standard
News Corp, a leading media conglomerate, owns a number of world known companies and has multiple LOBs under their business portfolio. They developed a multi-year business transformation strategy with an objective to move majority of their infrastructure and applications across their subsidiaries and LOBs to the public cloud. Challenge News Corp’s subsidiaries and LOBs
News Corp, a leading media conglomerate envisioned building a robust digital platform to distribute content that would help them reduce TCO and improve business efficiency. As part of this transformation, they were looking to address number of challenges including applications with multiple physical instances running on diverse platforms, making operations expensive and consistently difficult. News
Community based news organization Daily Voice covers important news, sports, and information from a local level. When rolling out a new version of their application, Daily Voice had two main concerns: they wanted to make sure they could handle the spikes in traffic that come with breaking news and they wanted to make deploying upgrades