Category: Virtualization

Cloud Design Goals
Cloud Native, some key ideas

Cloud native is a target model for most firms.  Cloud native refers to using the native services and API integrations, along with the platform’s native PaaS offerings (SDKs, databases, code build and deployment, IaC, CI-CD),

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Virtualization
Networking Virtualisation, an overview

There are critical concepts which undergird network virtualization, and in particular market-leading products or platforms such as VMware NSX (network virtualization), including a multi-hypervisor, multi-cloud management network virtualization platform and approach.  All of which are

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Virtualization
Network Virtualisation vs Network Appliances

Networking functions can be delivered via Virtual Appliances (ready‐to‐go virtual machines that run on a hypervisor). Virtual appliances are usually designed to deliver the functionality of a single network function, such as a router, a WAN accelerator,

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Virtualization
Network Virtualisation and Cloud Transformation

SDDC and Networking One important trend in Cloud Computing is the virtualization of the Data Center.  A Software-Defined-Data-Center or SDDC, is an environment which provides the encapsulation of the underlying physical and network infrastructure, rendered

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NIST and CMO
Virtualization
Orchestrating Automated Actions in the Cloud

An orchestrator refers to a software system programmed with workflow rules and business logic that facilitates automated actions and integrated connectors to external software systems. Many IT organizations create scripts to automate manual tasks; however,

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CSM
Virtualization
Managing Cloud Deployments

Managing cloud systems and orchestrating workloads is a primary concern as well as a learning curve for organisations deploying a cloud architecture.  Important areas of Cloud Management include: The Architecture (and documentation), of a cloud

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Virtualization
Virtual Machine Management

Virtual Machine Management – key aspects of automating the process Managing VMs in the Cloud is usually manual, intrusive and time consuming.  It would include patching and maintaining the existing VM estate; procuring and deployment

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