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Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Cloud Digest Vol.1, Issue.6

Cloud Digest Vol.1, Issue 6

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Analysis of China Telecom 's Competitive Relationship and Coexistence with Domestic Cloud Service

Cloud computing and China Telecom is closely related to the 14 manufacturers. China IDC circle learned that China Telecom and SpeedyCloud (Xunda Yun), Ali cloud, Huawei cloud, China Unicom, Huayun data between the five service providers there is a competing relationship

Enterprise IT managers fear not to leverage cloud breakthroughs

According to a study by CITO Research, jointly with Commvault, decision-makers are speeding up their cloud strategy for fear they will not be able to take advantage of the latest technological developments

While companies are making good progress on the cloud, 81% of executives surveyed by CITO Research, at Commvault's request, fear they will not take advantage of the cloud's technological advances. The study indicates that this concern is leading business leaders to speed up their cloud strategies. Indeed, 93% of respondents say that they are migrating at least some of their processes to the cloud, and in addition, 56% say they have done so or intend to migrate, not only some but all their Business to the cloud.

Choosing a #Serverless Architecture | @DevOpsSummit #DevOps #AI #Docker

What to Look for When Choosing a Serverless Architecture

In the future, some applications will be entirely serverless, especially if the price point is better than cloud-based instances.

Information Technology has advanced in different areas at different speeds. This has always been true, as people found workable solutions to the problems that faced them today, most often before there was a market for those solutions. While things like virtualization and eventually cloud computing grew slowly, programming languages sat at the same point for around a decade before the current round of new languages and approaches—Python, Ruby, Node, Swift—came about. These things seem unrelated, but there is a union of the two sets of changes that we are about to see blossom.

Unifi RegAlert Ensures GDPR Requirements

Cloud service provider Unifi Software presents a solution for enterprises wanting to ensure their data assets comply with new EU data protection requirements-- RegAlert!, a cloud-based data monitoring application.

According to Unifi, RegAlert! helps admins comb through data to ensure it is compliant with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the latest EU data regulation. And enterprises need to be up to regulation scratch, since the consequences are hefty, reaching up to 4% of annual global revenue or €20 million, whichever is greater.

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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Cloud Digest Vol.1, Issue.5 - How to improve IoT Security

Cloud Digest Vol.1, Issue.5 

How to improve IoT security

The trend to create IoTdevices and equipment is creating daunting security challenges. Researchers say the only way to address the issue is to create a security culture.

The tsunami-sized trend to add intelligence to sensors and actuators and to connect devices, equipment, and appliances to the internet poses safety, security and privacy risks.

Huge gender pay gap in cloud computing revealed 

In some cases, women will be earning less than half of what a man could earn.

Finding the perfect job isn’t easy, and even if you do find it there's no guarantee that the salary will live up to expectations.
Fortunately, for experts working in the cloud industry, that isn't too big of a problem as the average salaries for key cloud IT roles are all around $100,000 and above.
The highest paying salaries, on average, are Enterprise Architect($138,051), Senior Solutions Architect ($132,092), and Solutions architect($122,593).
That’s according to PayScale’s report on the highest paying cloud computing jobs in 2017.

Designing a Microservices Architecture for Failure

A Microservices architecture makes it possible to isolate failures through well-defined service boundaries. But like in every distributed system, there is a higher chance for network, hardware or application level issues. As a consequence of service dependencies, any component can be temporarily unavailable for their consumers.
This article introduces the most common techniques and architecture patterns to build and operate a highly available micro services system.

Get your head out of the clouds! How to take control in a multi-cloud environment 

ScienceLogic’s Erik Rudin on why businesses must take control of their infrastructure in a multi-cloud environment.
We’re in a period of huge disruption in technology. Just when businesses thought they had a handle on their IT estate, the cloud and shift to digital has come along and changed everything. Previously, businesses needed to invest huge sums in enterprise-ready infrastructure, but now it is available to everybody for pennies per hour. This has led to cloud-first companies coming from nowhere and disrupting long-established non-digital businesses.

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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Cloud Digest Vol. 1 Issue 4: Moving to Cloud Saves MorningStar 97% Cost Reduction.

Why Morningstar Moved To The Cloud: 97% Cost Reduction

The cost savings of moving to the cloud are nice, but what they were more interested in is "creating a frictionless development experience to spur innovation and creativity."

RethinkDB: why we failed

RethinkDB used to be regarded as one of the best open source Database. Their failure is one of the most disappointed things happened these years. The founder summarized 2 things went wrong in hindsight.

Can The Cloud Save Retail?

The walls appear to be crumbling for traditional retailers. How does Cloud can help them deal with the challenges?

How to Help Non-Technical Teammates Understand Your Tech-Heavy Product

“Think of yourself as a storyteller and your team will better understand your product’s technical functionality .”

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Cloud Digest Vol. 1 Issue 3: The Chaos, The Future of Deep Learning, And The AI Playbook

How to Live with Chaos and Take Advantage of It?

In the Age of Information Explosion supported by Cloud Computing, we can not avoid chaos but to live with it. That's what Netflix has been doing the whole time. In fact, they even take advantage of it by building chaos tools. ChAP, Chaos Automation Platform, is newest member of our chaos tooling family. Together with Chaos Monkey and Chaos Kong, they are the efforts called Chaos Engineering. Let's not forget that the beauty of cloud is actually generated from its chaos.

What's the Future of Deep Learning?

Francois Chollet, the author of Deep Learning with Python, shares some of his thought on the medium term direction of Deep Learning. In this article he predicts that we are getting to reasoning and abstraction, the fundamental weakness of current models.

Don't Wanna Be Looked Like A Idiot When Others Talking About AI? Check Out This AI Playbook!

It's written by Andreessen Horowitz and for general audience. You can find a little history, some basic terms and related technologies in simple languages. There are even some code teaches you how to train a model! 

How to Keep Your Technical Skills When Growing from Engineer to Manager?

Many developers, should I say: most developers, sadly, lose their coding abilities after promoted to manager. The author of this article does not want to be like that. Find out his advices here

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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Cloud Systems Management Software Market worth 15.29 Billion USD by 2021

The report "Cloud Systems Management Software Market by Solution (Operations Management, Change & Configuration Management, Application Performance Management, Problem Management), Service, Deployment, Organization Size, Vertical, & Region - Global Forecast to 2021", The cloud systems management software market size is estimated to grow from USD 3.95 Billion in 2016 to USD 15.29 Billion by 2021, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 31.1% during the forecast period.
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The demand for cloud systems management software is driven by the factors such as simplified integration of complex & heterogeneous cloud environments, increasing adoption of private & hybrid cloud among the enterprises throughout the globe, and enterprises’ willingness to opt for required cloud services from different vendors in order to avoid vendor lock-in. With the increase in the adoption rate of cloud systems management among the enterprises, the cloud systems management software market is expected to gain major traction during the forecast period.
Operations management solution is expected to contribute the largest market share
The operations management solution has gained importance over the years owing to the need for optimizing the internal business process, minimizing the risk of disruption, gaining competitive advantage, and increasing operational efficiency. This solution provides additional benefits such management of heavy workload, enhanced speed and quality of delivery, reduced time-consuming manual tasks, improved accuracy, and increased business opportunity.
Professional services are expected to have the largest share of the market; while managed services to grow at the highest CAGR”
Professional services enable enterprises to choose the best possible solutions and services depending on the requirement of the businesses and their users. Vendors offering these services focus on improving the network performance, reducing the capital expenditure & operational expenditure, and ensuring end-to-end delivery & multi-vendor support. On the other hand, managed services segment is expected to grow at a higher CAGR as it helps enterprises focus on core business activities and improve operational efficiency. Managed services deliver service quality and enhanced end user experience while delivering speed, cost optimization, and quality of service.
North America is expected to contribute the largest market share, Asia-Pacific (APAC) to grow the fastest
North America is expected to hold the largest market share and dominate the cloud systems management software market from 2016 to 2021, owing to the availability of proficient technical expertise, large investments in research & development, early adoption of new & emerging technologies, and the presence of a large number of players in this region. The APAC region is in the initial growth phase; however, it is the fastest-growing region for the global cloud systems management software market. The key reasons for the high growth rate in APAC have increased spending on IT infrastructure, rising cloud-based applications, and growing demand for automation of processes & in the region.
The major vendors providing cloud systems management solutions and services are VMware Inc. (Palo Alto, California, U.S.), IBM Corporation (Armonk, New York, U.S.), Microsoft Corporation (Redmond, Washington, U.S.), HP Enterprise Company (Palo Alto, California, U.S.), Cisco Systems, Inc. (San Jose, California, U.S.), BMC Software (Houston, Texas, U.S.), Oracle Corporation (Redwood City, California, U.S.), Red Hat, Inc. (Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.), CA Technologies (New York City, New York, U.S.), and ServiceNow, Inc. (Santa Clara, California, U.S.).