Find your perfect cloud adoption pattern

When a company embraces the cloud, it must decide which adoption pattern best fits the workloads it plans to migrate to the cloud. That decision shouldn’t be made lightly—the more informed IT pros are going into the process, the easier it will be. In this post, I’ll outline how you can find the right cloud adoption pattern for your […]

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Find your perfect cloud adoption pattern

When a company embraces the cloud, it must decide which adoption pattern best fits the workloads it plans to migrate to the cloud. That decision shouldn’t be made lightly—the more informed IT pros are going into the process, the easier it will be. In this post, I’ll outline how you can find the right cloud adoption pattern for your […]

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What does cloud computing really mean?

Many of the customers I visit misunderstand what cloud computing really means. If you google the term, you’ll find lots of different explanations and some are, in my opinion, more accurate than others. Any person that works in the information technology business has his or her own definition, and I am not an exception. My […]

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Cloud computing: Our next public utility?

Whenever I try to understand a new concept, I take a quick look at Wikipedia, where you can usually get a basic overview of a concept. A few years ago, I read of a concept started by John McCarthy from the early 1960s about how computation may someday be organized as a public utility. When […]

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How to get started with IBM Bluemix

I’m not a great programmer, but in my long career working with information technology (IT), I had many times where I needed to push my ideas live. Being a cloud architect with IBM from the software point of view, I need to present on IBM software solutions, including this new kid in the block called […]

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