OpenStack. Data protection (Racksha) | CHANGE as a Service

“However, it does not cover Ceph in this case and we all know that Ceph is the performance leader in Openstack. Racksha team! This is a request. Lets add Ceph into this project” Julio, thanks for sharing this note, Are you share Racksha is not independent on what storage you have below Cinder? via OpenStack. Data protection (Racksha) | CHANGE as a Service. Continue reading OpenStack. Data protection (Racksha) | CHANGE as a Service

DevOps: Inglorious bastards reins in cloud market backstage

Inglorious bastards are looking for any opportunity at backstage to probe to themselves they are the best performers. They will face any challenge in their road just for having fun. They don’t hesitate to soil their hands if they need it to get an outstanding result. Inglorious bastards are not looking for to be respected by status or credentials, because they just don’t care or they haven’t … Continue reading DevOps: Inglorious bastards reins in cloud market backstage

Let your business leads your DevOps strategy

The term DevOps sounds so cool that makes you dive into python’s tutorials directly from your laptop to get some understanding why people are talking so much about it, or at least to keep five minutes chatting with any of these crazy guys. DevOps is an amazing resource to transform your operation – then your business -, and to get rid of any of these impenetrable silo’s walls … Continue reading Let your business leads your DevOps strategy

Change as a Business Enabler (recall)

Rutabaga Law describes in a few words, the constant necessity of being prepared for change to face today’s customer demands. Consumers are setting the way to make today’s business, consumers have taken control of the market and companies profits. Our good friend Michel Bouffier posted a nice note called “Change as a Business Enabler” few weeks ago. The first time that I read it, I didn’t … Continue reading Change as a Business Enabler (recall)

#KloudCamp has arrived to Guatemala

#KloudCamp is an event to meet people with a common interest to learn or teach about cloud. We firmly think that cloud not just can change the way that you works and make business, we think cloud can even change the way of living. Look at the following opening video to our event in Mexico 2013 – BTW, we’ve used it again in Guatemala to open … Continue reading #KloudCamp has arrived to Guatemala

Excuse me! You’ve meant Solutions… not Products

Excuse me, Mr. Customer; we’re 100% ready to listen to your needs. We can’t talk about “Solutions” if we don’t have any clue about what your problems are. Let’s identify first the problem to come up with a solution later. Nothing more could make me happier than take my PPT out of my pocket to show you a list of our products and services. However, … Continue reading Excuse me! You’ve meant Solutions… not Products

Teamwork means a better job for your customers

Attitude changes your entropy Attitude means culture Customers want their jobs done. More than a perfect job, they want it done. And usually to make a job done depends on more people than you, your team. Teamwork is essential. The best way to show teamwork is under unfavorable circumstances. Supposed you have agreed to finish a job for your customer at specific date. Over that … Continue reading Teamwork means a better job for your customers

Working a year in a dog’s life

This is my 21st post and I realized I’ve been working at KIO Networks since 20 months, 20 months that seem to be 80 months. Some KIOs told me: A year at KIO is like a year in a dog’s life. Now, I can say I fully understand what they meant. I’ve learned so many things throughout this journey at KIO, I’ve learned from every success, but even more from every mistake. Culture is a key, and it’s … Continue reading Working a year in a dog’s life

CTO plays as transformation ambassador at IT providers

Based on Daniel Burrus’s Post “Today’s CTO: The Chief Transformation Officer”. I would say I’ve felt fully identified. Business is changing fast. Any company that wants to stay competitive needs to be in continuous transformation, this is the reason of my blog site’s name. I would say that a CTO’s standard role is to guarantee that most technology decisions must be align to company’s business goals. … Continue reading CTO plays as transformation ambassador at IT providers