Capturing the Full Power of Today’s Digital Age
Many executives are excited about connected technologies, but their company’s infrastructure is not up to speed. Learn to future-proof your business to compete in the 21st century of IoT.
Cloud Unfiltered, Episode 61: Use Cases for Cloud at the Edge, with Matt Caulfield
This is the finale of our entirely unintentional three-part series on cloud computing at the edge. In Episode 59 we learned about StarlingX—OpenStack’s new cloud-at-the-edge project. In Episode 60 we...
Cloud Unfiltered, Episode 60: The OpenStack Edge Computing Group, with Ildiko Vancsa
Is it just me, or have we been talking about edge computing forever? OK, maybe not forever, but certainly on and off for the past ten years. Maybe longer than...
Examining the FaaS on K8S Market
In this blog we’ll explore the different approaches that each FaaS runtime takes and what the developer experience is like...
Why Hybrid Cloud Makes Sense for Developers
Cloud is one of the ways many companies will future-proof business, deliver applications, and innovate faster than ever before.
Edge and fog computing: Key to safer streets? (Part 3)
In parts one and two, we used Michael Crichton’s 1973 sci-fi movie, Westworld, to illustrate the concepts of edge and fog computing and how they may be the...
New FlexPod Solutions Simplify the Delivery of Cloud Infrastructure and Industry-specific Applications
Modern data centers face increasing demands for agile, high performance service delivery. Digital transformations are driving an increased number of applications with more sources of data, and often times...
Business is a Team Sport: The Importance of Growing Your Solutions Ecosystem
Cloud computing, software-defined networking, Internet of Things, AI: Are you trying to go it alone developing innovative solutions using these and other complex technologies?
Encrypted On-Prem Connections to Public Clouds
Cisco Validated Designs (CVDs) help you select a configuration for redundant encrypted tunnels between Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and the traditional private data center.