#MontySummit 2015 @ScienceLogic Next generation enterprise IT monitoring

#MontySummit (montgomerysummit.com) gathers entrepreneurs, investors, and leading executives to discover the most important innovations in business and technology. Here you have my impressions from one of their 30min sessions: @Sciencelogic Next Generation IT Monitoring for the Hybrid Cloud works in a Subscription model to monitor clouds. Works in a service deliverable model Focus on federal, providers and enterprise market When Intel started providing low cost compute … Continue reading #MontySummit 2015 @ScienceLogic Next generation enterprise IT monitoring

Would Bitcoin break the foreseen cloud’s adoption paradigm?

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?

MVIS: Most basic blocks for an orderly innovation function (part 1/3)

All this came up over my journey through the Mexican Yucatan the last days  – as part of my time off this winter. Got the last Harvard Business Review, and there was a couple of notes that drew my attention: Build an innovation engine in 90 days by Scott D. Anthony, David S. Ducan, and Pontus M.A. Siren The discipline of Business Experimentation by Stefan Thomke and Jim … Continue reading MVIS: Most basic blocks for an orderly innovation function (part 1/3)

Beyond a datacenter and hardware fault tolerant strategy (part 3/3)

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)

Beyond a datacenter and hardware fault tolerant strategy (part 2/3)

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)

Beyond a datacenter and hardware fault tolerant strategy (part 1/3)

KIO Networks brings the best of bread datacenter’s solutions in LATAM. Our Datacenters in México Santa Fé and Querétaro are Tier IV by design. We are in Compliance with PCI (Payment Card Industry) Security standards in our most important facilities. Most KIO’s Datacenters offer 99.999% of availability thanks to our 2N design: Two independent electro-mechanic lines to feed customer’s equipment safely. These independent lines are delivered through two, indeed, … Continue reading Beyond a datacenter and hardware fault tolerant strategy (part 1/3)

Cloud Computing’s Densities are changing Datacenter’s Energy Design

When we started with our cloud architectures some years ago, LATAM’s market was just looking to move traditional systems into high density virtual private servers. Now, the amount of applications distributed among lower density instances is starting to increase to a such point that the density of energy per rack has increased three times. New application’s architectures requires several layers of components: app servers, web servers, … Continue reading Cloud Computing’s Densities are changing Datacenter’s Energy Design

Rules of the game “PCI Compliance” | CHANGE as a Service

Marco, amazing note. You have exposed everything to get the PCI Compl. thanks It’s a pleasure announce that in September of this year, all datacenters in México, Central America and Caribbean had the certification as PCI Compliance. via Rules of the game “PCI Compliance” | CHANGE as a Service. Continue reading Rules of the game “PCI Compliance” | CHANGE as a Service

Feed your head with new ways to deliver private

Open is better! Open makes easy to find agile ways to get your job done! Open supports the permanent transformation that your business requires! Whoever is saying that knows how exactly the market will behave in the next months or years, It’s not the best horse to bet on. IT market is changing every week …or better say, every day. I can say what I think … Continue reading Feed your head with new ways to deliver private

#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