Monday, July 25, 2016

AWS Quarterly and Cloud Database Updates


AWS has been plenty busy lately. They just hosted their AWS Summit in Santa Clara, and launched a webinar series covering numerous product updates – particularly on AWS cloud database products – in their quarterly update for AWS.

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DevOps for the Enterprise: Aligning and Structuring Projects, Part II


In my last blog, I started to talk through best practices when it comes to enabling the DevOps workflow for enterprises. This can also be thought of as how to organize work around the teams in such a way that they are manageable and sufficiently discreet enough to enable end-to-end ownership. One blog was not enough for this complicated topic, …

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Recapping Microsoft World Partner Conference 2016


This past week we exhibited at the Microsoft World Partner Conference (WPC) in Toronto. A recurring theme throughout the WPC was the direction of cloud technology, focusing on how partners and their customers can harness it effectively.

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Accelerate Speed To Market: Hybrid Cloud’s Competitive Advantage

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There are many reasons for companies to move to a hybrid cloud model, among those being the competitive advantage gained from an increased speed to market. The speed of IT services provisioning can change from weeks to hours, giving organisations the ability to rapidly launch new products or services and drive revenue growth. The scalability of cloud enables businesses to …

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Datapipe Expands to Russia


At Datapipe, we are constantly prioritizing client needs, adjusting our own business strategy based on what they need to be most successful. Today, we made an announcement that illustrates this commitment. I’m excited to announce we will be opening a new data center in Moscow, Russia to expand our growing presence in Europe. Designed in part to accommodate the increasing …

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DevOps for the Enterprise: Aligning and Structuring Projects, Part 1


Previously, we discussed the shift in moving to a DevOps-oriented view of system development and management. The next concern when enabling the DevOps workflow is organizing the work in a way that is manageable and is sufficiently discreet to enable end-to-end ownership by the involved teams.

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DevOps for the Enterprise: Team Structuring and Positioning


Historically, teams designing software for release into the production environment have had limited access to the production environment where real-world issues occur. While this model works, it’s not necessarily ideal; there are two critical problems with it.

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The Scalability Advantage of the Hybrid Cloud

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Enterprises often turn to cloud computing for the increased flexibility cloud environments can provide. However, not all cloud consumption models are created equal.

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Client Spotlight: Catena


Continuing our focus on recent client success stories, today I wanted to take a look at one of our more recent case studies, which does a great job highlighting the work we do when supported by our leading partners.

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DevOps for the Enterprise: The Evolution of Project Management and DevOps


When looking at the broad history of modern project management styles within the IT and a software development disciplines, much of what we see are variations on two basic concepts: upfront requirements gathering (Waterfall) and iterative or continual requirements gathering (Agile) methodologies.

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Don’t Take Office 365 Security for Granted


Microsoft is continually evolving its security solutions to keep Office 365 secure, and trusted by more enterprises than ever. In addition to Office 365 security, there are steps you can take to ensure security in the cloud.

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Datapipe Cleans Up at Stevie® Awards Gala with Three Wins

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Datapipe was honored to attend the 14th Annual American Business Awards Gala in New York Monday night, and we were even more honored to go home with three Stevie® Awards as part of the event.

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