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Cloud platforms like Azure provide the best options for organizations in their digital transformation. Most organizations have multiple combination of environment needs. Provisioning on time is always a challenge. Manual operations are prone to error and delays. Difficult to size production like Environments due to resource constraints, this means most NFR (Non Functional Requirements) are not tested with the correct load and perspective. Unable to innovate on new initiatives like blockchain, cognitive services, machine learning due to lack of platform components. Unable to manage the CAPEX and charge back on environments to specific teams and project budgets skewed due to environment costs Lack of test environments resulting in a slower software development life cycle Innovation Labs on Cloud In today's context, organizations adopt a build versus buy approach based ... (more)

Reducing IT Operation Costs | @CloudExpo #API #Cloud #Azure

Reducing IT Operation Costs with Windows 10 Hello for Business The newer Windows 10 devices with the Hello extensions are definitely going to have a cost implication, but in today's context in our own consumer world where every individual has access to Smartphones with advanced biometric features, why should the enterprise user continue to use the old PCs that are managed by traditional passwords? I think the cost of transformation to these devices will be worth the efficiencies in the ITIL operations as well as improved security to enterprise data. It would be useful to collect d... (more)

Cloud Database Design, Scale Out Using Shared Nothing Pattern

Abstraction Vs Flexbility : It is evident that storage plays a major part in the data center and for cloud services. The storage virtualization plays a key part in the dynamic infrastructure attribute of Cloud Computing. Which means the storage is provisioned and de-allocated on demand and usage needs. The good part is that this complex stuff is hidden from the cloud consumer. However while the storage allocation is abstracted it also brings in performance concerns in a multi tenant cloud environment where by most of the cloud consumers are geographically dispersed and a good amou... (more)

Windows 2016 Containers on Azure | @DevOpsSummit #Azure #DevOps #Docker #Containers

An Azure platform is running on a virtualized server and hence the above container hosts may not provide the same performance as an equivalent container host on a bare metal server. However, the following thought process will help organizations to come up with new use cases of utilizing Windows 2016 containers as part of their Infrastructure equations. Again as the industry has seen both SMP and MPP architectures, the usage of SMP should be viewed with respect to specific workloads. Windows 2016 Server Containers Some of the excitement about the recently launched Windows 2016 serv... (more)

Multi-Tenancy Misconceptions in Cloud Computing

One of the biggest benefits of the cloud, ‘Dynamic Scaling,' goes hand-in-hand with multi tenancy. If your application has a fixed group of users, you can easily predict the server load and still handle it with a typical data center. However, a large number of users, basically multi tenants, makes the cloud platform most efficient in terms of usability of the application and ‘Do More With Less Resources.' Some of the other characteristics of a typical multi-tenant application, benefited by Cloud are: Large global population working across time zones Quite possible that at any t... (more)