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6/30/2017 1:01:32 PM; Posted by: Rolf Koski

And the results are in – Gartners Magic Quadrant for Cloud IaaS 2017

The latest Gartner analysis on the Cloud IaaS is out and there are few interesting pointers and easily worth your time to read it through, if the area is of interest to you.

For those of you, who are not familiar with the concept, the Magic Quadrant is a market research conducted by Gartner research group.

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5/29/2017 12:30:52 PM; Posted by: Thomas Walls

Development with security in mind

IT Services need to be developed with security in mind every single step of the development process in order for the service to be fit for deployment in real world operations where security threats are not only real and present today but also getting worse by the minute. 

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5/17/2017 2:32:05 PM; Posted by: Thomas Walls

Successfully achieving GDPR compliance

A lot of organisations are working on assessing their GDPR compliance. Understanding your operational readiness for GDPR is a very important part of this work.

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5/9/2017 3:33:32 PM; Posted by: Jan-Willem Hordijk

Transport and logistics in the Cloud

Well-functioning transport is essential for almost every industry. Transport enables exchange of goods and services in the world-wide economy. Related are the additional parts such as loading, unloading and storage. The transportation industry is about the organization and management of the processes of movement. This article is about the important role of information and how the complexity of information is best manageable with Cloud computing.

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4/19/2017 4:23:10 PM; Posted by: Jan-Willem Hordijk

Cloud computing – Your business is key

The water metaphor - Cybercom

There is no question about it. Cloud computing is not a hype, it is the future. This is why you want your business to be part of it too in one way or another. The complexity of IT increased and continues to do so very quickly. This makes it hard to keep up with the latest technological requirements to support your business and even more to survive and compete on the market. Focus on your core business and innovation is key and to support this you´ll need to be highly flexible.

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4/18/2017 11:46:26 AM; Posted by: Tony Hendrell

Exciting times for AWS customers and partners in the Nordics

AWS announced last week that they are planning to open up an AWS Region in Stockholm, Sweden in 2018. That will be the fifth AWS Region in Europe. The new Region will give our local AWS customers in Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway low-latency connectivity and the ability to run their workloads and store their data close to their business.

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4/12/2017 7:06:28 PM; Posted by: Aki Karjalainen

Streaming The Data

Using AWS Kinesis Firehose and Kinesis Analytics to do real-time analytics.

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2/24/2017 8:49:19 AM; Posted by: Aki Karjalainen

IaC + Practical AWS CloudFormation and CloudFront CDN stuff

IaC + Practical AWS CloudFormation and CloudFront CDN stuff. Discussion about Infrastructure as Code, CloudFormation, setting up CDN and blocking bad actors access to CDN origins.

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11/1/2016 12:36:55 PM; Posted by: Tony Hendrell

Relationships matter in the Cloud

There is also a one kind of interesting relationship between an application and its infrastructure. That relationship is about to change a big time when applications will be more cloud native and they demand fully automated cloud based infrastructure through APIs.

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10/6/2016 8:40:00 AM; Posted by: Rolf Koski

How to farm your servers

There is quite an old anecdote in IT how to classify your servers running your services. And it still seems to hold true in the era of cloud computing - at least it has for now. It states, that you should divide your farm to pets and cattle and treat them accordingly.

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