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  1. Cloud Portability: Unlocking Flexibility for Your Business and Applications

    For those driving cloud architectural strategy, portability has raised its head as yet another non-functional requirement to take into consideration. Organisations require the flexibility to move workloads wherever they want to enhance resiliency, mitigate concentration risk, or take advantage of a unique cloud service provider (CSP) capability. In Europe, emerging regulations like the Bank of…

    Multi-Cloud Uncategorized

  2. Is Your Cloud Network a Ticking Time Bomb? Part 3: Agility in the World of DevSecOps

    In this third chapter of my “Ticking Time Bomb” series, I’d like to explore how existing approaches to cloud security create problems with an emerging but important security discipline called DevSecOps. If you’d like get caught up, you can check out my first chapters on cost challenges here and scale challenges here. There will be…

    Security Multi-Cloud

  3. Is Your Cloud Network a Ticking Time Bomb? Part 2: Cloud Scale and the Endless Perimeter

    It’s All About Risk     Earlier this spring I decided to take an in-depth look at the best-practice networking security known as the virtual DMZ, which is essentially a data center era firewall deployed at virtual kit in a hub VPC or VNet, surrounded by various spoke VPCs or VNets. I set out to examine…

    Multi-Cloud Security Firewall Network

  4. HAPEV Successfully Launches a Multicloud Network with Aviatrix

    According to a recent report by Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), “Multicloud Networking: Connecting and Securing the Future,” which surveyed 350+ IT stakeholders who work in multicloud enterprises, 88% of enterprises plan to use two or more infrastructure as a service (IaaS) providers. The report’s author Shamus McGillicuddy, Vice President of Research of Network Infrastructure and…

    Multi-Cloud

  5. The “Sprawl of Consoles” Problem: No One has a Full View of the Cloud Network

    As businesses increasingly rely on cloud technologies, they choose platforms that are best for their specific needs irrespective of the cloud provider – often resulting in using two or more public clouds. The desire to stay cloud-native results in two, three, four different cloud provider-specific cloud-native architectures that then need to be stitched together and…

    Multi-Cloud Backbone