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Cloud Management Tools Still Elusive By Christine Cignoli Google's Cloud team this week discussed multicloud integration with their own platform and AWS using Google Cloud Endpoints and AWS' Lambda. The Cloud Endpoints let you develop open APIs, and you can then call those APIs up from Lambda. This may be the way forward for businesses eager to get their multiple public cloud providers integrated. We're interested in the network dependency that's now been introduced as the two providers connect. We'll see what other integration or multicloud management tools come out as this trend grows. On the topic of clouds working together, the theme of this week's ONUG Spring 2017 conference was hybrid cloud. ONUG, the Open Networking User Group, concerns itself with developing and using the open technologies that can help businesses run. Group members decided on hybrid cloud b... (more)

On-Premises Infrastructure | @CloudExpo @AppNeta #API #Cloud #Storage

Is On-Premises Infrastructure Obsolete? By Joe Michalowski Have you ever had the feeling of Silicon Valley envy? Think of a company like Airbnb experiencing exponential growth by making the most of AWS cloud computing. It would be nice if we could all just leave our legacy-laden on-premises data centers behind and go all-in on the cloud. Traditional businesses are moving more and more workloads to the cloud, but there's one important distinction to keep in mind when comparing yourself to companies that have avoided on-premises infrastructure. You're merely adopting the cloud-these... (more)

The Simple Checklist for Solving Ghost Issues at Remote Offices | @CloudExpo #Cloud #APM #Monitoring

The Simple Checklist for Solving Ghost Issues at Remote Offices By Joe Michalowski IT leaders have always had their hands full with ghost issues on-premises. But for businesses that rely on remote and branch offices, monitoring a sprawling network of on-premises equipment introduces even more challenges. That's why we move to the cloud, right? To help us eliminate truck rolls, improve cost efficiency and centralize management of applications across all locations. When you've migrated to the cloud (even if it's just for something like office applications like Office 365 or G Suite)... (more)

Mastering Your SaaS Provider Relationship | @CloudExpo #SaaS #Cloud

Tips for Mastering Your SaaS Provider Relationship By Christine Cignoli In this modern world of IT, you've probably got some new colleagues in your life - namely, the cloud and SaaS providers who now hold your infrastructure in their hands. These business relationships - yes, they're technology-based, but cloud and SaaS are business models - will become as important to your IT team and your company as the hardware and software you used to install. Once you've adopted SaaS, or inherited SaaS, it's on you to avoid price hikes, licensing issues and app or provider sprawl. Budgeting ... (more)

Get Schooled in SaaS | @CloudExpo #IaaS #SaaS #Cloud

Get Schooled in SaaS By Christine Cignoli SaaS use is growing in enterprises all the time, with the ease of consumer apps meeting the full-featured nature of typical business software. Google added new tools earlier this week to G Suite that are designed for enterprise IT. The announced features include additions to security and archiving capabilities, plus more big data analytics for Gmail. As we transition into a SaaS- and cloud-driven model of IT, traditional software licensing has been turned on its head. Now, businesses are adjusting to the pay-per-use way of thinking about ... (more)