We’ve been looking at how to add a little Terraform into your IT infrastructure provisioning toolkit lately. Using DigitalOcean is also super easy and inexpensive for testing out processes and doing things like repetitive builds using Terraform. The first post where we saw how to do a simple Terraform environment build on DigitalOcean appeared at
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While it’s a seemingly simple task, I wanted to document it quickly and explain one of the very cool things about attaching your Turbonomic instance to AWS. For the latest release of the TurboStack Cloud Lab giveaway , we wanted to move further up the stack to include the AWS cloud as a target. Even without
Wait, what? Isn’t Flash the only future? Isn’t cloud-native the only way to develop applications? Isn’t [future of IT product] the only real solution? It’s time for a quick little health check on the IT ecosystem. Before we start, I have to admit that I do lean forward with regards to technology. The reason is
Raise your hands if you started the virtualization journey using oversized virtual machines <raises hand>. Let’s face it, we are in the process of making the same mistakes in the cloud that we did with early virtualization. It’s ok. As many of the world’s leading open source and closed source traditional vendors lean forward to
As April 30th arrived, so did the next named release of OpenStack. Kilo is the 11th official release of OpenStack since its inception in 2010. Born of the with great hopes and minds at Rackspace and NASA, the widely known open cloud ecosystem continues to gain steam, awareness, and sometimes a little bit of criticism.
If we look at the economy and distribution of wealth, we can see that there are some interesting statistics about what many call the 1%. Stretch a little further into the top 10% and you will find what they refer to as the champagne glass effect. In other words, the top percentile of earners have