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Published By: AWS     Published Date: Oct 14, 2019
Containers have become the new infrastructure standard for development teams. While the “DIY container approach” (un-orchestrated containers) still has its use cases (e.g. low latency, longer compute jobs, predictable traffic), production-grade deployments require orchestration. DevOps teams are increasingly leveraging the benefits of Kubernetes and accelerating its adoption, taking it from a 27% adoption rate in 2018 to a 48% adoption rate in 2019 according to the RightScale “2019 State of the Cloud Report,” from Flexera. The same report also positions Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) as one of the fastest-growing managed Kubernetes offerings available, with a 44% adoption rate. Previously, containers were a technology deployed by individual teams – and were typically used for “application testing” in the enterprise world. Today, many organizations are now not only seeing the benefits of operationalizing containers to deploy production applications, but also re-positioni
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Published By: Rackspace     Published Date: Feb 21, 2019
For some, having a Managed Service Provider (MSP) manage your workloads on cloud infrastructure requires strong justification internally and assistance around presenting an alternative view to a DIY approach. The physical costs are a bit easier to identify but what about the human costs - your 'hard to retain' IT talent that you want focused on evolving the business strategy rather than the heavy lifting a move to the cloud requires. To help you justify a MSP solution to your stakeholders and support your internal business case for the associated human cost of a move to the cloud, download our comparison tool that outlines: • Considerations - the motivations around a move to the cloud • Associated tasks/actions required to complete a move to the cloud - a comprehensive and direct comparative view of all tasks that IT are responsible for in a DIY v. MSP approach • Minimum Cost Savings - Re-platform and run costs compared as well as a comparison of the total IT department time required
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Published By: Rackspace     Published Date: Mar 08, 2016
Determining which model works best for your organization means understanding the following requirements: Technical: Can the workload actually be hosted in the cloud? Compliance: Regulation may determine where and how their data and workloads can be run and stored. Security: Each workload has separate security requirements, creating challenges to run in the public cloud.
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Published By: Rackspace     Published Date: Mar 08, 2016
The biggest challenges around cloud adoption aren¹t the technologies involved but rather involve finding the people that can effectively leverage those technologies to provide the best outcome for an organization. Learn how to implement a cheaper and faster cloud by understanding: • The challenges of a hybrid, managed and DIY cloud • How cloud providers are better at detecting attacks • DIY versus managed hosted clouds
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Published By: Altiscale     Published Date: Dec 16, 2014
This webinar will explore the merits of the Hadoop SaaS approach, relative to competing cloud and on-premise Hadoop solutions that exist today.
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Published By: AWS     Published Date: Oct 01, 2019
Containers have become the new infrastructure standard for development teams. While the “DIY container approach” (un-orchestrated containers) still has its use cases (e.g. low latency, longer compute jobs, predictable traffic), production-grade deployments require orchestration. DevOps teams are increasingly leveraging the benefits of Kubernetes and accelerating its adoption, taking it from a 27% adoption rate in 2018 to a 48% adoption rate in 2019 according to the RightScale “2019 State of the Cloud Report,” from Flexera. The same report also positions Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) as one of the fastest-growing managed Kubernetes offerings available, with a 44% adoption rate. Previously, containers were a technology deployed by individual teams – and were typically used for “application testing” in the enterprise world. Today, many organizations are now not only seeing the benefits of operationalizing containers to deploy production applications, but also re-positioni
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