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Early adopters of public clouds tend to be smaller online development shops, but their early successes signal a new way of aligning the IT organization in the face of cloud.
The growth of data center scale has given rise to devops--a melding of developer and operational skill sets. One player in this market offers his take.
With the reasons that cloud computing and "devops" is forcing a change on the way we do app operations firmly established, what are some of the limits to the concept?
With an apps-centric operations model, how does cloud computing begin to converge developer and operations staff interests? How is the task of IT operations changed by the advent of cloud computing?
While virtualization changed the way we operate our data centers, cloud computing represents a fundamental shift in the way we operate applications.
Adobe Systems is contributing code to the Puppet data center automation and configuration management framework project to manage the open-source Hadoop project.
PaaS got its start as purely hosted offerings. But we're starting to see a lot more discussion about transplanting the approach into the enterprise data center.
Understanding how cloud computing and data center virtualization are forcing change in IT operations is important to understanding how to take advantage of cloud's disruptive nature.
The future role of cloud computing is in many ways unpredictable and ever changing. What balance of traditional infrastructure, private clouds, and public cloud services will your IT department consume in the next three years? Five years? The trick is to hedge your bets wherever you can.
As cloud adoption continues at an alarming rate, big IT vendors aren't sending the right messages to developers.