This post is the second in a three-part interview series with Brian Burke, global SAP solutions executive with IBM SAP Alliance. To read this first part of the interview, click here. Thoughts on Cloud (ToC): What questions should companies ask a prospective managed cloud services provider for SAP S/4HANA? Brian Burke, global SAP solutions executive, […]
Disruptive technologies have redefined how knowledge is created, disseminated and consumed. Gone are the days when learning was restricted within four walls of a classroom at fixed times. The education system has come a long way from classroom education to distance learning, eLearning and now personalized learning. The digital generation demands access to learning anytime, […]
A business should be able to choose the cloud solution that fits it best. It’s “choice with consistency.” Putting the right workload in the right place is important because businesses, people and markets are different. Consider IBM Cloud in its entirety. It has been a leader in open technologies for more than a decade, supporting […]
Your company does not need to be very large in order to use cloud, not even IBM Cloud. This series of blog posts provides real-life examples of how small and medium businesses (SMB) are using the cloud. My first example starts with a small software company called WorldTicket that was founded in Denmark in 2002. […]
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The main advantage I have seen with IBM SmartCloud Provisioning is the speed at which it can deploy and destroy machines. In this example, I deploy a base image, customize it for a test, capture that image for later use, and then create a test set with the new modified image.
In my previous life as system management specialist, I often happened to warn my customers about “infrastructure management noise,” an issue arising from setting too many monitor thresholds and generating therefore large volumes of events, which makes difficult to identify real problems. You often end up with so many alarms that people simply start to ignore them.