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Why You Should Use Kubernetes to Deploy Monolithic Apps

By   /  June 18, 2018  /  Data Architecture Blogs, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Database Blogs, Database News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Pete Johnson. A Linux shell is a Linux shell is a Linux shell.  If you take that attitude, it opens up the possibility of running monolithic applications on Kubernetes.  As more and more greenfield development shifts to a Microservices, Cloud-native-based architecture that’s hosted on top of container clusters, every […]

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Iterations are the Currency of Software Innovation

By   /  May 22, 2018  /  Data Architecture Blogs, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Pete Johnson. In the modern tech economy, every business is a software business.  Why?  Because companies know that the easiest way to introduce innovation into a marketplace is with software.  Instead of waiting months to make a change to a physical piece of equipment, software can be distributed quickly […]

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Google’s Bet on API Metrics

By   /  March 9, 2018  /  BI / Data Science Blogs, BI / Data Science News, Articles, & Education, Data Architecture Blogs, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Pete Johnson. If developers are the new kingmakers, then APIs (application programming interfaces) and IDEs (integrated development environments) are the swords and shields they use to storm the castle. Both speak to developer productivity, but APIs have grown from early arguments over REST vs. SOAP formats to form the […]

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Wasted Cloud: Are You Utilizing the Cloud to Its Full Potential?

By   /  February 20, 2018  /  Data Architecture Blogs, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Pete Johnson. I recently overheard someone say, “The public Cloud was supposed to be simple and cheap, but it’s neither.” The problem with this statement is the premise. Nobody ever promised that the public Cloud was either simple or cheap, let alone both at the same time. The promise […]

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Evolving Cloud Networks and How to Keep Them Secure

By   /  January 19, 2018  /  Data Architecture Blogs, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Database Blogs, Database News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Pete Johnson. The triumvirate of the Data Center world has traditionally consisted of compute, storage and networking, so naturally Cloud Computing has been based on the same. Just as we saw in the private Data Center world, networking tends to lag the other two in terms of evolution, and […]

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Kubernetes 101: What Is It and What Value Does It Offer Me?

By   /  December 28, 2017  /  Data Architecture Blogs, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Database Blogs, Database News, Articles, & Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Pete Johnson. If you remember a time when the de facto target for application deployments transitioned from bare metal to virtual machines (VMs), this story is going to sound familiar to you. That’s not to say that you should think of containers as VMs, only smaller, but that’s a […]

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