The Only Newsletter Dedicated to Cloud Automation and Orchestration | January 2017
AWS Case Study: Brooks Brothers: Amazon Web Services
Sneak Peek into Cloud Computing, 2017: ReadITQuik
TSO Logic: Cloud Migration Offers Instant Savings: Data Center Knowledge
Why the Computing Cloud Will Keep Growing and Growing: The New York Times
Future Trends of Cloud Migration Services Market 2017 - 2027: Digital Journal
Winter is coming: is your disaster recovery ready?: Information Age
AWS Case Study: Brooks Brothers
Amazon Web Services
"Brooks Brothers frequently launches new business initiatives, which helps the company stay competitive in the retail industry. The organization needed a more agile way of quickly testing these new projects..."
Learn how Brooks Brothers utilized AWS to reduce operational costs and can now scale applications globally whenever necessary.
3 reasons why 2017 will see massive cloud migration
David Linthicum, InfoWorld
"Global 2000 enterprises have migrated about 5 to 7 percent of their on-premises applications. That’s up from my estimate of 1 percent in 2013, a figure that aligns well with the revenue growth of the major public cloud providers.
What will the number be at the end of 2017? Brace yourself: I figure it will be about 18 to 20 percent. Why that huge jump?"
Sneak Peek into Cloud Computing, 2017
Rhucha Kulkarni, ReadITQuik
"The future promises to be bigger and better, ushering the second wave of cloud computing. Many enterprises will have gained the confidence of operating in the cloud, be it hosting data centers, or migrating critical workloads and applications."
Read more at ReadITQuik for a full list of what to look out for in 2017.
TSO Logic: Cloud Migration Offers Instant Savings
Chris Burt, Data Center Knowledge
"Nearly half (45 percent) of on-premise virtualized operating system instances could run more economically in the cloud, for a 43 percent annual savings, according to research released this week by infrastructure optimization company TSO Logic. The research makes starkly clear the cost of legacy hardware, and the savings potential of cloud migration."
Why the Computing Cloud Will Keep Growing and Growing
Quentin Hardy, New York Times
"In the third quarter, A.W.S. had revenue of $13 billion a year, growing at 55 percent annually… But Amazon is not alone in this business, and the competition is getting more intense… There are profound consequences from the scale and ambition of this trend. Given their size, wealth and technical expertise, the big cloud companies are likely to build cheaper designs and demand lower prices for everything in computing."
More at The New York Times.
Future Trends of Cloud Migration Services Market 2017 - 2027
"A number of enterprises from different industries have started understanding and adopting advanced technologies pertaining to IT. One of the most popular trend amongst these are enterprises migrating to cloud... However, before migrating to cloud, enterprises need to thoroughly analyse and understand the different aspects of cloud migration, such as financial, security, and technical aspects."
Winter is coming: is your disaster recovery ready?
Nick Ismael, Information Age
"At this time of year many can relate to the classic Game of Thrones line, “Winter is Coming,” and even more can agree with Sansa that winter is already here… Whether creating a DR plan for the first time or updating an existing one, there are three key considerations to include to ensure the plan is robust, effective and allows true recovery to take place."
The Cloud Vendors Want You To Embrace The Third Wave Of Computing - Are You Ready?
Janakiram MSV, Forbes.com
“The third wave of computing is evolving in the form of containers, which are getting ready to replace VMs as the fundamental units of computing… recent developments suggest that containers are maturing to a point where they can potentially replace virtual machines. This phenomenon will have a strong influence in the way IaaS is delivered to customers.”
Cloud Network Customization Media Tracker
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