Agile Cloud Development

Agile Cloud Development focuses the aspects of agile development that integrate with cloud computing SaaS and PaaS environments including DevOps, Scrum, XP, and Kanban.|Major areas of focus include the Agile Development process and the pitfalls many companies encounter trying to implement it, the DevOps process and the pitfalls associated with its implementation. the organizational aspects of successfully implementing Agile Development and DevOps and the new tools that should be used to support Agile Development and DevOps processes. Covered toolsets include Agile Project Management, Continuous Integration, and Automated Deployment.

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DataStax – Three Ways to access the same Big Data

April 24, 2013
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CloudComputing

We recently had a conversation with DataStax regarding their DataStax Enterprise product, which got us to thinking a little about the nature of Big Data and Cloud. DataStax is the company behind the Open Source Cassandra NoSQL database. It provides technical direction and the majority of committers to the Apache Cassandra project.

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New Application Performance Management for Virtualization and Clouds White Paper Released

April 22, 2013
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PerformanceManagement

The Virtualization Practice has released a major update to its Application Performance Management for Virtualization and Cloud White paper. This paper covers both Application Performance Management for custom developed applications (DevOps), and Application Performance Management for every application (purchased and custom developed) in production (AppOpps).

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Who is Responsible for PaaS Cloud Application Performance?

April 12, 2013
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PerformanceManagement

Customers's using PaaS Cloud offerings like Heroku are clearly reliant upon both Heroku and partnering monitoring vendors like New Relic to provide complete information about PaaS Cloud Application Performance. Being fully transparent in this regard is likely to prove to be both a technical and a business challenges for the PaaS cloud vendors.

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SDDC and the Ever Expanding Control Plane

April 4, 2013
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ITasaService

The software defined data center has the potential to expand the control plane well outside of anyone's control by the simple fact that we do not yet have a unified control mechanism for disparate hardware (networking, storage, and compute), for disparate hypervisors (vSphere, KVM, Xen, Hyper-V), new types of hypervisors (storage and networking), and new…

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The Next Evolution of Virtualization

March 27, 2013
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Agile Cloud Development

The next evolution of virtualization is the Software Defined Data Center or SDDC and it is quickly becoming the next logical step in the continued evolution of cloud technology that will give you the ability to run legacy enterprise applications as well as the other cloud services. In my opinion you could also define Software…

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Public Cloud Reality: Reinforced at CSA Summit

March 5, 2013
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CloudComputing

I have written about the Public Cloud Reality and the need to bring your own security, monitoring, support. This was reinforced by Dave Asprey of Trend Micro at the last Cloud Security Alliance Summit held at this years RSA Conference. The gist of Dave Asprey's talk was that YOU are responsible for the security of…

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APM for Agile and DevOps: 7 practical use cases

February 8, 2013
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APM for Agile

A new breed of DevOps focused APM tools is moving performance management outside the domain of operations. With features to support analysts, architects, developers, testers and DevOps APM is at home in all phases of agile development.

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VMware’s Fourth Quarter and 2012 Financial Results

January 29, 2013
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VMware100x30

VMware has delivered impressive growth in revenue, and lackluster growth in earnings. Growing earnings while addressing VMware's numerous strategic challenges will prove to make 2013 a demanding year for Pat Gelsinger and his team.

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Security Automation = Good Security Practice

January 24, 2013
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VirtualizationSecurity

As I shoveled even more snow, I was starting to think about automation, as in how could I get something to shovel the snow for me, which lead to thinking about automation within the cloud. I see lots of discussion about automation in the cloud. Many of my friends and colleagues are developing code using…

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