Now let’s go for some future-logistic (or maybe some tech-apocalypses) Based on the note “These Are the Hottest New Open Source Projects Right Now” and specifically in the section “Beyond Bitcoin”, I have to say projects like Storj, IPFS and OpenBazaar make my mind rolls. Bitcoin is a beautiful concept – some kind of altruist- and I can think there millions, including myself, expecting what will … Continue reading Would Bitcoin break the foreseen cloud’s adoption paradigm?
Finally, we are in the last part. My previous note has almost finished with the sentence: “Most of the customers defines their application instances based on this non-redundant logical architecture”. The next picture illustrate the exact meaning of this. All the redundancy at the facility/hardware means nothing when you lose a virtual instance cause to a human mistake. You will have to recover it from the last … Continue reading Beyond a datacenter and hardware fault tolerant strategy (part 3/3)
Ok, I’ve brought in my previous note a short overview how Tier IV datacenter are designed to deliver the best in class technology to take care of your IT stuff against any electrical or physical failure into the facility. Later on, I’ve mentioned if you want to get instances from any of our clouds, you bet that any of our configurations has got the required redundancy to support any … Continue reading Beyond a datacenter and hardware fault tolerant strategy (part 2/3)
We’ve started selling online VPS on #OpenStack two years ago when #DDoS wasn’t so Distributed. Now, it’s our number one concern in our services and we’ve done lot of changes over the time in our Cloud Infrastructure to protect ourselves. It’s a Pity, that an important part of these instances are bought to attack outside sites and we were in the duty to suspend their services – we don’t want … Continue reading The Best #DDoS protection: #DevOps
I continuously ask to my team to blog about any interesting discovery they’ve got at any conference that they were lucky to attend. And I am not the exception of this rule. I was at #IDF14 in San Francisco in Sept – I know, It’s been a while since this conference, but I’ve told to my team just to post, not when they have to 🙂 – Also, I have … Continue reading #IDF14: Intel SAA keeps “noisy neighbors” under control in your OpenStack Private Cloud
Ups! I didn’t know malware’s got to such so serious and scary numbers! Thanks Erick for sharing. It’s kind of scary the increase of malware downloads in the enterprise environment. During 2012, almost half (43%) of the organizations had at least one case on which one user downloaded malware in an average of at least one per day, and the remaining 57% experimented one malware … Continue reading ENTERPRISE MALWARE – PART I | CHANGE as a Service