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In this first installment of our five part series, we look at the importance of a strong foundation to DevSecOps.
Over my career, I have been the Head of Ops or in a similar technology role for a variety of large financial services organisations. My teams across the globe relied on a number of vendors and serviced several thousand internal users and thousands more customers to perform transactions for their daily job. I had dashboards, reports, meetings and all sorts of information but still did not know the truth of what was truly happening.
Myself, and several others at Virtual Clarity, have years of experience in leading teams that provide support to customers locally or around the world.
There are days when I wonder whether the old joke about 201x being the Year of VDI will be reused to talk about mass migration of legacy enterprise applications.
Virtual Clarity Group’s sister company, ViCoS, today announces it has successfully been awarded all thirteen VMware Partner Competencies as a Solution Provider Partnership at the Enterprise level
As the year comes to a close and the silly season of 'use it or lose it' IT budgets comes upon us, the software and hardware vendors in particular seem to relish in the chaos and madness that such inappropriate behaviour drives.
A lot of organisations are considering VMware Cloud on AWS as an attractive option for their Cloud platform because it enables them to rapidly migrate workloads to the Cloud with minimal or no downtime, as well as leverage Cloud benefits such as agility, scalability and the ability to move to a variable, rather than fixed, infrastructure cost model.
In a previous post, I wrote about how a quality business case can take a client from A to B, while accurately projecting the costs and saves associated with the initiative, thus reducing risk levels.