AWS Outposts, GKE On-Prem, ZeroStack: The Era of Cloud Managed Infrastructure

  The lonely outpost of Mt. Fremont lookout in Mt. Rainier National Park: Source Wikipedia Before public clouds, enterprise infrastructure was all about running highly reliable, high performance, somewhat expensive infrastructure in your own datacenter. In last decade, with the growth and adoption of public clouds, everyone thought that on-premise infrastructure companies will be deadRead More

How MSPs Can Streamline AI Development for their Customers

Many companies are looking at starting AI development projects to assess the potential of AI and Machine Learning technologies in their operations, but getting set up for AI and ML development can be a daunting task as it means integrating software and gaining access to GPU processors that cost thousands of dollars. By offering AI-as-a-serviceRead More

The Next Multi-Billion-Dollar Market For Service Providers – Part 2

In a previous blog post, I talked about what is a potential multi-billion dollar market for MSPs given the shift in infrastructure and applications from traditional silos to cloud-based infrastructure and cloud-native applications. In this post, I will present a new private cloud architecture that allows you to build multi-million-dollar cloud businesses without learning howRead More

GPU-as-a-Service

MSPs need to move beyond infrastructure hosting by offering customized, high-margin services to their customers. GPUs are getting a lot of attention as a means to accelerate application performance, but GPUs are financially out of reach for many companies. GPU-as-a-service is one potential source of new MSP revenue and a new level of customer satisfaction.Read More

A Self-Driving Cloud Platform for OpenShift

Red Hat’s OpenShift® Container Platform is a great solution for deploying Linux containers and Kubernetes, but many organizations with diverse servers, storage and networking products face challenges implementing OpenShift. IT teams face challenges every step of the way, from deployment and setup to configuration, maintenance and upgrades, and those challenges increase organizational costs and sapRead More

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