If there’s one defining characteristic of the cloud, or one characteristic that distinguishes the cloud from the traditional data centre, it’s automation.
Stories by Lee Atchison
Cloud-native architectures and principles are all about achieving the agility businesses need to stay competitive in an ever-changing marketplace.
Identity, trust, and trust sharing are indispensable to our belief in the validity of the services we interact with on the internet.
By making use of standardised coding techniques and code reuse, low code in fact tends to reduce the complexity of applications. Here’s why.
Blockchain will create a trusted, unfilterable, uncensorable repository of data and information that is accessible worldwide.
Developers and businesses must reduce dependency on scarce database resources to facilitate easier scaling.
Although microservice architectures create larger and more complex applications, they simplify work for rank-and-file developers.
Can customers trust the public cloud? The answer, of course, is yes. The public cloud is, in many ways, safer than their own data centre.
Short-term fixes and partially implemented systems have costs that can weigh on a company for years. This debt can also stifle innovation.
Keeping an application up and running is mission-critical for modern organisations. Follow these steps to reduce the risk of downtime.
The money businesses spend for on-premises infrastructure and the money spent on cloud infrastructure are not the same.
Aligning the right metrics to the right use case allows for timelier reporting and reduces application risk.