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What is Vendor Lock-In?

Posted by Eric Wright on Dec 18, 2019 11:30:00 AM

There is an ongoing discussion (read:argument) around something that is like the Voldemort of technology: vendor lock-in.

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Survey: Approximately ⅔ of applications are being modernized or slated to be modernized.

Posted by Asena Hertz on Dec 17, 2019 4:23:52 PM

This blog kicks off a series of blogs in which we share some of the results from our State of Performance in Modern Applications Survey.

Want to binge read the results? Download the full report here.

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Topics: Containers

Machine Learning, Cost vs. Performance and The Edge

Posted by Jacob Ben-David on Dec 12, 2019 9:36:04 AM

Last week approx. 65,000 IT professionals and executives converged on to Las Vegas for the most significant cloud event in the world: AWS re:Invent. It is hard to describe the spectacle, noise, excitement, and energy at the event.

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Topics: AWS, Cloud

Why People are Moving Towards Microservices

Posted by Eric Wright on Dec 11, 2019 11:00:00 AM

Let me start by giving my one line view of the reason for the uprising in awareness of microservices, containers, SDN and the ever-present SDDC (Software-Defined Data Center): This is about agility, not speed.

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Designing Infrastructure: What are the Best Practices?

Posted by Eric Wright on Dec 4, 2019 11:48:00 AM

We are continuously being confronted with challenge in designing infrastructure.  Every aspect of our infrastructure has potential pitfalls for performance, resiliency, and the challenges faced with dynamic workloads.

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What is Hybrid Cloud: The 3 W's You Need to Know

Posted by Mor Cohen-Tal on Nov 27, 2019 11:47:00 AM

Few people will argue that public clouds haven’t dramatically changed the industry in the past few years. There has been a tremendous increase in popularity of public cloud services such as Amazon AWS and Microsoft’s Azure, and the demand keeps growing every year. Concerns that prevented companies from choosing public clouds as their go to infrastructure, such as security, reliability, stability, quality assurance and more are becoming more manageable.

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In Sickness or In Health

Posted by Mor Cohen-Tal and Shai Benjamin on Nov 26, 2019 3:26:16 PM

A recent blog post from VMware’s CTO office discusses "DRS Pairwise Balancing", an allegedly improved version of DRS in vSphere 6.5 and later. "This new feature", the blog proclaims, "is needed as clusters keep on growing larger and larger." Turns out that some statistical measures used by old DRS became "statistical outliers" in larger clusters, that according to VMware "simply disappear as noise due to the vast number of hosts that experience far lower utilization” and thus fall "below the threshold required to trigger load balancing.”

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Introduction to AWS Savings Plans

Posted by Jacob Ben-David on Nov 19, 2019 10:00:00 AM

On November 6, Amazon announced a new discount model called Savings Plans.  We’ll review the changes and benefits in just a moment but before we jump into the details, let’s review the complexity to manage “legacy” reserved instances so we fully understand how much of an improvement this is for AWS users.

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Announcing Lemur: A Free Observability and Context Tool for Developers

Posted by Asena Hertz on Nov 18, 2019 9:21:02 AM

Today we’re very excited to announce a new free tool for Developers, Lemur. Developers can use Lemur to understand their microservice applications in the context of the application stack.

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Topics: Containers

New Cisco WOM ACE Certification Program

Posted by Martha Kramer on Nov 15, 2019 9:15:00 AM

With over 230 Cisco WOM customers and counting, Vice President of Global Technical Education Orna Kliger realized that those customers needed a certification program taught in their environment. She tasked Senior Education Architect David Fiore and the rest of the ACE Certification team with developing this new course, which comprises 10 training modules, plus the 20-page lab manual. “I knew it would be a big job,” Kliger said, “but I also knew it would make certification more meaningful for an important cohort of customers.”

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