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What to do if your public cloud is hacked

There are a few people who are truly savvy about cloud computing, but most are just posers. Here is a quick test to see if you’ve got the right stuff. Do you understand that serverless does not actually mean it is serverless? If yes, give yourself 10 points. Do you believe “cloud formation” is actually…
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November 20, 2017 0

Get what you deserve: What cloud jobs pay

Thanks to compensation consultancy PayScale, we now have salary figures for a variety of cloud jobs, with ranges for roles, company size, and years of experience. So, what’s hot and what’s not? If you want to make the most money from your cloud job, the best-paid positions are: enterprise IT (cloud) architect, with a median…
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November 18, 2017 0

2 cloud tasks to do before 2017 ends

Vacations are over, school is about to start, and people are starting to think about what to do in the four months until the end of the year. In IT, that means driving success in the cloud. Many IT manages have been incentivized with impending deadlines for shutting down enterprise data centers, migrating applications, and…
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November 12, 2017 0

Cloud lockin: It’s not as bad you might think

“I don’t want to get locked in to any specific cloud” is what I hear from clients on a daily basis. Of course you don’t. Who does? However, these are the realities of cloud services: If you move your applications to a cloud and you use native services on that cloud, you’re now coupled to…
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November 5, 2017 0

How long it takes to move a workload to the cloud

I get this question all the time: How long will it take to move a certain number of applications to the cloud? Of course, they get the standard consultant answer: “It depends.” But there are some rules of thumb that you can apply to get a general understanding how much work will be involved to…
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November 2, 2017 0