Category: Cloud Design Goals

Cloud Design Goals
Docker – summary of what, when, why

  What are Docker containers? Docker containers are lightweight application hosting environments. Like VMs, they are designed to be easily portable between different computers and isolate workloads.   However, one of the main differences between

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Application Transformation
API LifeCycle Management, a summary

API and REST standards allowed an easier exchange of data and system connectivity.  This has propelled the rise of containers, and Kubernetes, in which applications are broken down into smaller services.  REST APIs are one

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Cloud Design Goals
IaC Books and Summer reading

Infrastructure as code (IaC), attempts to codify the underlying deployment infrastructure.  There are 2 broad categories: continuous deployment, or continuous delivery.  They are slightly different concepts with continuous deployment seamlessly integrating with the usual ‘infinity

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Cloud Design Goals
Defining Principles for Architects based on TOGAF

Defining Principles for Architects based on TOGAF IT Principle Architects and their role in building and aligning IS architectures (Source Link). Redacted and changed from the source. Principle Architects or PA’s are very experienced Technically driven

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Cloud Design Goals
Cloud Centre of Excellence

Build one per Cloud platform For Very Large Enterprises, it is unlikely that you will succeed at Cloud, without a centralised method, set of processes, standards, best practices and control.  You will end up with

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Cloud Design Goals
Overview of SaaS

Software as a service Software as a service (SaaS) involves hosting the software remotely and providing access to it over the Internet. Software is deployed on a server (or a number of servers) and is

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