Thursday, July 28, 2016

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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The Evolution of Hybrid Cloud

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Hybrid cloud is progressively becoming a major differentiator in today’s fast-moving technology landscape.

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Client Spotlight: Baozun

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As the next in our series of client success stories, I’d like to take a look at the most recent case study posted to our site: Baozun. Baozun is a prime example of our global next generation managed services capabilities.

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AWS Granted Authority to Operate for Two More Federal Agencies


Our relationship with AWS goes way back, and it’s always exciting to see what they’re able to accomplish. They already have a handful of federal agencies onboarded to the cloud, such as the Department of Energy, Department of the Interior, and NASA, but there’s a few more names to add to that list now.

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Blog Series: DevOps for the Enterprise


The latest trends in software development and IT operational management point to the growing demand for faster, more agile, and higher quality technical work at a reduced operational cost.

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Datapipe Named to CRN’s 2016 Solution Provider 500 List

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We consider award recognitions and lists a big deal at Datapipe. They do more than simply confirm our market leadership – they validate the relentless commitment our team has to deliver consistent, quality work to our clients.

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Enterprise Starting to See Security Benefits of the Cloud


We have covered cloud security quite often in this space, and one of the consistent themes we come across is that businesses are hesitant to move to the cloud because of a perceived lack of security. However, that perception is starting to change.

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Another “First” with AWS

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We have a long history of “firsts” with all of our services, especially with our long-time partner, Amazon Web Services (AWS). We're proud to share our latest announcement.

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HIPAA, PHI and AWS: A Primer


Compliance is a concern for any company moving to the cloud - it’s especially crucial for those in the healthcare industry. That’s why the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Protected Health Information (PHI) have a number of guidelines to ensure sensitive information is remaining secure and protected.

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How the Cloud is Helping Veteran Health Care

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As a managed services provider trusted by government agencies, Datapipe has stayed ahead of the technology curve to address challenges faced by the public sector.

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How AWS’ Recent Quick Start Release Standardizes Your PCI DSS Architecture


AWS recently released a new Quick Start Reference Deployment aimed at helping AWS clients and partners to build systems that conform to Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance requirements. In their second Quick Start release in a set of AWS Enterprise Accelerator Compliance offerings...

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A Detailed Look at a Basic Cloud Migration Checklist


I’ve written about design principles for Cloud before and while there’s a lot of truth to the idea that applications work best when developed with the core design principles of the platform in mind – especially the concept of eventual consistency in AWS – the reality is that we all have a lot of applications that already exist. Whether the …

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Understanding AWS Design Principles


When utilizing AWS, enterprises need to plan for a distinct approach to handling infrastructure deployment patterns – one where the overall design favors availability and partition tolerance and accommodates for the reality of eventual consistency.

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