Repatriating Public Cloud Assets to Private Cloud

Cloud computing has been around for some time, but questions about security still linger – especially with reports of widespread data breaches. Cloud computing makes it relatively easy to procure the services you want, as long as you trust the service provider to do the heavy lifting. The prize of less complexity and less worry with the promise ofRead More

Mapping Out The Journey To The Self Driving Cloud

ZeroStack outlines the five stages of self- driving clouds and a roadmap to get there A few years ago, the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) outlined the five stages of self-driving vehicles (http://insight.vineresources.com/the-5-stages-of-driverless-cars).  In actuality, there are six levels but the zero level is no automation, so we will ignore that. The idea behind theRead More

Cloud Managed Datacenter: The Remarkably Innovative Solution For IT

Going beyond SDDC and Hyper-convergence! Enterprise IT has been experiencing many changes over the last decade given the shift of IT from virtualized environments to a private or public cloud, containers, new orchestration layers, new application description formats and the conversion of appliance-based service delivery to virtual appliances running on your infrastructure. One of theRead More

Rather than “death to software,” death to complexity through software!

These days we expect content and services anywhere at anytime on any device, and therefore IT organizations need to deliver them — emails, video, texts, tweets, music, games… all to your devices — smartphone, tablet, car, now refrigerators, shoot, and once in awhile even to your good old PC or laptop. We want choice basedRead More