Cloud computing is an exciting and rapidly developing marketplace. New cloud services and new ways of using them seem to arrive almost daily. What has been difficult for cloud service customers, however, is that there has been a confusing set of varying terminology applied to offerings from different providers. There’s been no consistent way of […]
I am an IBM Certified Solution Advisor – Cloud Computing Architecture V3. The certification recently changed and the tests are now made by Pearson Vue. This blog post will talk about some resources you should know in relation to the test and include some advice about preparing yourself. The IBM Professional Certification Program website states […]
Leading technology innovation happens in multiple environments—from university research labs to Silicon Valley startups to customers who push the limits of technology to adapt to their business models. Innovation can even happen in government. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) took an early leadership role in standardizing the definitions around cloud computing. This happened just as […]
A common question raised by a number of my clients is about how to transform their existing IT delivery to a private cloud. The easiest approach here would probably be to use something like the IBM Private Modular Cloud and build a private cloud from scratch. Many, though, would like to reuse existing infrastructure as […]
I interviewed Dr. Stefan Pappe, IBM Fellow, CCRA Overall Co-Lead and the leader of the Specialty Service Area (SSA) for Cloud Services in IBM's Global Technology Services.
So much is being discussed in the cloud computing arena, but little is said about architectural patterns when it comes to cloud computing.
Executive Corner: Interview with Business Development Executive for Cloud, Julie Hollway (Part 2 of 2)
Neil Weightman interviewed Julie Hollway recently. The discussion concentrated on the ways in which cloud is helping industries now and on how to get started with cloud.
A Q&A exploring NIST and the IBM Cloud Reference Architecture.