After revisiting one of my first post: “IaaS has got commodity“, I must to say that I was so damn RIGHT! – excuse my incredible lack of modesty -. Weeks ago my boss has told to the KIO’s board that I have two daemons – or maybe angels, I don’t see the difference… Ups! I will burn in hell – over my shoulders fighting about who will bring me the best advice: … Continue reading Public “Infrastructure as a Service” has got commodity (revisited)
Honestly, I am not checking my twits everyday –who really does it cast the first stone-, just a couple of days ago I’ve grabbed my phone to try the new twitter app version that I’ve updated since some weeks –BTW. It was a nice change, I was a bit tired of the last one- and I’ve got interest on a twit from @elenaneira highlighting “Startups Move away from#Cloud” … Continue reading You are not married to public cloud boy!
How many vendors and providers could be well attended by a CTO office? Despite of CTO don’t buy directly from vendors, is an influencer in taking the decision of what technologies are aligned to the company’s technology evolution path, and We can bring a better comprehension of the products’ advantages versus their cost to acquire and operate them. There are so many technologies, and so many vendors and resellers for each one. How … Continue reading How to choose the right technology for your business
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
One year ago we decided to create our cloud called open edition as a response to the Mexican market demand for better resources at small prices. At this time we were offering just one flavor related to server virtualization with a lower level of automation. Today, there is a strong growing need for more automated and full orchestrated infrastructure A global full orchestrated and packed … Continue reading The difference between an open standard and an enterprise cloud model
I have read “the end of competitive advantage” by Rita Gunther, and the common pattern that I got from this one and others readings about the new way to do business: How fast companies success or fail , just in months you can be successful or mess up all your hard work. You have to avoid your core product or service to be turn commodity, … Continue reading IaaS has got commodity