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Thinkers360: 50 Books by Thought Leaders to Read in 2021

Thinkers360: 50 Books by Thought Leaders to Read in 2021

On December 3rd, Thinkers360 released their top 50 books by industry thought leaders that you should read in 2021. If you look at the second row, third book from the left, you’ll see my book, Architecting for Scale, 2nd edition. Each of these business and technology books are available from thought leaders across the industry.

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Future of Cloud Identity with Thomas Curran, p2

Future of Cloud Identity with Thomas Curran, p2

Episode #20 – Future of Cloud Identity with Thomas Curran, p2 My guest today is Thomas Curran. Thomas is a cloud executive with many years of experience, including VP of Technology and Innovation at Deutsche Telekom and Technology Advisor at Deutsche Börse.

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Future of Cloud Identity with Thomas Curran, p1

Future of Cloud Identity with Thomas Curran, p1

Episode #19 – Future of Cloud Identity with Thomas Curran, p1 My guest today is Thomas Curran. Thomas is a cloud executive with many years of experience, including VP of Technology and Innovation at Deutsche Telekom and Technology Advisor at Deutsche Börse.

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MDA Episode #18: Reducing the Risk of Your Cloud Migration

MDA Episode #18: Reducing the Risk of Your Cloud Migration

Episode #18 – Reducing the Risk of Your Cloud Migration The scheduling of a cloud migration is a complex undertaking that should be thought and planned in advance. But in order for a migration to be successful, it’s important that you limit your risk as much as possible during the migration itself, so that unforeseen problems don’t show up and cause your migration to go sideways, fail outright, or result in unexpected outages that negatively impact your business.

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Common Cloud Adoption Mistakes No 3: Serverless Solves All My Problems

Common Cloud Adoption Mistakes No 3: Serverless Solves All My Problems

Cloud computing is mainstream. That’s a fact. Chances are if your company isn’t already extensively using the cloud, it is planning on doing so in the very near future. But be careful…there are many mistakes that companies new to the cloud make when they begin looking into cloud adoption.

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Common Cloud Adoption Mistakes No 2: Lift-n-Shift is a Cloud Migration

Common Cloud Adoption Mistakes No 2: Lift-n-Shift is a Cloud Migration

Cloud computing is mainstream. That’s a fact. Chances are if your company isn’t already extensively using the cloud, it is planning on doing so in the very near future. But be careful…there are many mistakes that companies new to the cloud make when they begin looking into cloud adoption.

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Common Cloud Adoption Mistakes No 1: The Cloud Isn’t Secure

Common Cloud Adoption Mistakes No 1: The Cloud Isn’t Secure

Cloud computing is mainstream. That’s a fact. Chances are if your company isn’t already extensively using the cloud, it is planning on doing so in the very near future. But be careful…there are many mistakes that companies new to the cloud make when they begin looking into cloud adoption.

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Need to Increase Security Move Your Data to the Public Cloud

Need to Increase Security Move Your Data to the Public Cloud

Sounds backwards, doesn’t it? Typically, the most logical answer for what to do with your most sensitive data is to keep it locked up and held close to your chest. The least likely place to put sensitive data is in the public cloud.

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Why Saas Is the Best Way to Monitor on Premises Environments

Why Saas Is the Best Way to Monitor on Premises Environments

It’s past time to debunk an idea that’s somehow still kicking around in application performance monitoring circles. Put simply, just because you have an on-premises technology environment does not mean you need an on-premises monitoring solution.

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Meet the Expert Lee Atchison on the Cloud

Meet the Expert Lee Atchison on the Cloud

Did you think moving to the cloud would be easy? You’re not alone. Countless CTOs admit now that they had no idea how hard it would be and that they would make many mistakes along the way.

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