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  • Cloud and DevOps practices help make app development a breeze

    Individually, cloud and DevOps can be complicated processes to streamline. Find out how some businesses are making the best of both situations by bringing cloud and DevOps environments together as one.

  • Effective ways to contain your cloud spending

    Cloud spending mistakes can add up over time. Unused resources, the wrong storage tier, overprovisioned servers and other errors can leave an organization with a bloated cloud bill. Download this handbook to learn how to avoid that fate.

  • Proper Hybrid Cloud Deployment Means Not Repeating Old Mistakes

    Before making the jump into hybrid cloud, ask the right questions about the organization, applications and cloud vendors to ensure a clean transition. This handbook takes a look at the experiences of past adopters and the best practices that have emerged.

  • Sound application development rests with secure APIs in the cloud

    This handbook probes potential API security risks and puts forth a number of best practices for maintaining a secure, managed environment.

  • How To Secure a Multi-Cloud Architecture

    If they don't already, most organizations will soon have resources deployed to more than one cloud. That requires an aggressive strategy and multiple levels of security.In this guide, get insight into the various options you'll need to choose between to secure a multi-cloud architecture, from the planning phase to the tools themselves.

  • How To Secure a Multi-Cloud Architecture

    If they don't already, most organizations will soon have resources deployed to more than one cloud. That requires an aggressive strategy and multiple levels of security.In this guide, get insight into the various options you'll need to choose between to secure a multi-cloud architecture, from the planning phase to the tools themselves.

  • How to blend the advantages of cloud computing with containers

    The advantages of cloud computing are well-established. And application containers promote portability. But can cloud and containerization work together?

  • OpenStack remains sole choice for open source cloud platform

    Why aren't more businesses opting for OpenStack adoption? The answer lies within the open source cloud platform and the administrator's skill set.

  • Hybrid Cloud's Crucial Questions

    This 3-part handbook examines the important questions admins should ask before adopting a hybrid cloud strategy. Keep reading to learn about the top strategies to avoid cloud chaos, how a tiered storage system can be useful in hybrid cloud computing, and more.

  • Making the Multi-Cloud Model Work For You

    Because the various cloud computing models offer different benefits, you'll probably want to consider a multi-cloud approach. This e-book series explains the reasons an organization might adopt a multi-cloud approach and offers strategies for building and managing a multi-cloud environment.

  • To Manage Multiple Clouds, Look To Automation

    There are strategies for putting cloud workloads in the right places. With cloud orchestration and automation tools, a multi-cloud environment can thrive. Download this eGuide, composed by IT industry experts, to learn how.

  • Stay Aloft With Mobile Applications in the Cloud

    As mobile cloud challenges increase for DevOps teams, get a better understanding of available mobile app development tools.

  • Matching Apps with Cloud Providers

    Shifting applications to a multi-cloud services environment is a big decision. Cloud platforms create a lot of "data gravity" and come with a high propensity for lock-in so it pays to be thorough. Learn about key considerations such as legacy infrastructure, app architecture and global reach when choosing a cloud provider and which apps to migrate.

  • Looking at the cloud? We've got you covered

    The marketplace for public cloud providers is complex, so if you're looking at the market, this guide to vendors and their offerings can make complicated decisions a bit easier.

  • Reaching into the Toolbox

    Using software automation and orchestration tools is necessary for many when it comes to open source cloud management. But each tool has its own characteristics that should be known by admins.

  • Cloud Streaming Analytics Confronts the Big Data Question

    Bombarded with mind-boggling amounts of incoming data, companies are turning to cloud streaming analytics to formulate effective business strategies.

  • Hybrid Cloud's Crucial Questions

    This 3-part handbook examines the important questions admins should ask before adopting a hybrid cloud strategy. Keep reading to learn about the top strategies to avoid cloud chaos, how a tiered storage system can be useful in hybrid cloud computing, and more.

  • The Best of Multiple Worlds: Managing a Multi-Cloud Environment

    This chapter looks at cloud API integration, security approaches and other key elements in developing an effective multi-cloud management strategy. Read on to learn how to manage infrastructure as a code, key elements of cloud services and abstraction and security questions.

  • Which Apps Will Soar in the Cloud

    This handbook explores major questions that IT professionals need to consider when migrating and evaluating apps, as well as offering guidance through the process of committing an app to the cloud. Also, review some of the issues surrounding total cost of ownership for apps, and more.

  • The Need-to-Know of Today's Cloud Security

    In this handbook, you will examine several common cloud security conundrums, emphasizing the importance of identity and access management (IAM) in the cloud and scrutinizing the role of data encryption. If your organization is serious about securing workloads in the cloud, read on now to learn the specific vulnerabilities cloud APIs introduce.

  • Making the Multi-Cloud Model Work For You

    Because the various cloud computing models offer different benefits, you'll probably want to consider a multi-cloud approach. This e-book series explains the reasons an organization might adopt a multi-cloud approach and offers strategies for building and managing a multi-cloud environment.

  • The PaaS Landscape: A Dense Jungle of Options

    This in-depth handbook offers expert advice on the top PaaS selection criteria. Discover which criteria are the most integral to developing secure apps and get tips on how to architect cloud app success. Plus, explore the advantages and disadvantages of cloud development in the Google App Engine vs. AWS PaaS offerings.

  • Managing in Azure: Not Always So Simple

    How does Azure stack up against AWS as a public cloud provider? This e-guide contains articles from three vendor-neutral experts, breaking down the products that claim to improve Azure-users quality of life. See whether it really stacks up as a legitimate public cloud alternative, an equal, to AWS.

  • Cloud Deployment Models Offer Variety for Users

    In this expert e-guide, explore the how and why of a multicloud infrastructure. Additionally, learn how to deploy services in a consistent and repeatable way, manage app deployments across multiple cloud computing platforms, and more.

  • All in the Cloud Together

    In this three-part handbook, learn about key cloud service-level agreement topics, including: three steps that will help organizations create effective cloud SLAs, why hybrid cloud SLAs are harder to define, how to avoid critical public cloud mistakes, and more.

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