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Cloud migration: 5 common traps & how to avoid them

For most organisations, migrating to the cloud happens in four broad phases. There’s the opportunistic…

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Hacking AWS

While preparing for a Security Game Day with workloads running on AWS, I decided to…

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What is cloud-native anyway?

In the Cloud Done Right webinar I hosted last year, the concept of cloud-native cropped…

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How to avoid growth plateau

3 ways for scale-ups to keep on scaling What does it take to grow a…

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How to get the most out of PowerShell

When it comes to Windows system administration and automation, PowerShell is traditionally the go-to tool…

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Slow down before you go faster

Gunning for growth? You’ll have to put the brakes on some time. “Behind our booming…

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How will IBM’s acquisition of Red Hat impact the cloud sector?

IBM has become the latest technology giant to make a landmark investment in the open-source…

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Why high-performance IT needs the cloud done right

Building a High-Performance IT capability within your organisation has immense benefits. It allows you to…

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Simplifying your options for Cloud Migration

Three paths to keep your strategy on track So, after much persuasion, deliberation and perhaps…

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Effective cost saving in Azure without moving to Platform-as-a-Service

Written by Chris Taylor, DevOps Consultant, DevOpsGroup Back last year, we were asked if we…

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Validating Configuration of a Growing Cloud Platform

“Infrastructure as Code” is a process of provisioning complex computing platforms in a reliable and…

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DevOpsGuys: Approved as G-Cloud 7 Supplier

DevOpsGuys has continued its G-Cloud success with a range of cloud services available on the…

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