Like Walter White’s car wash or Tony Soprano’s waste management business, cloud computing is now such a common, everyday type of business that criminals feel OK using it as a front for their nefarious dealings.
For a few years now, it has seemed like agile developers and DevOps teams haven’t been giving testing its proper due. One could almost picture them thinking, “So what if there’s a bug, design flaw or performance issue. We’ll fix it in the new version next week.” This line of thinking has turned out to be a big mistake.
Just as cloud reduced the work and complexity of building server backends, Mobile Backend as a Service (MBaaS) gives developers a fast and easy way to get themselves up and coding without having to deal with the backend.
Many of the key vendors, applications, and providers that organizations are using have already made heavy use of Software-defined Networks throughout their systems.
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For modern businesses, the classic hub and spoke WAN doesn’t make sense when they rely heavily on SaaS and cloud applications. An SD WAN-based approach is often the best strategy.
The amount of data, research and case studies on the benefits and effectiveness of hybrid cloud keeps growing. Yet some people are still skeptical, thinking that it’s just a play to keep data centers relevant in a public cloud age.
Believe it or not, Apple has almost never invented anything. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t one of the single biggest drivers in technological change.
By leveraging automated IT support capabilities, businesses are becoming more agile in the services and products they deliver, seeing fewer problems that impact productivity, and lowering costs.
Consumer technology is rarely the source of real innovation and transformation. The truly cool innovations usually come from that extremely boring business and data center technology.