IaaS

You are not married to public cloud boy!

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” Probably this note is not a big surprise for so smart guys like you, but it makes me []

Multi-Cloud Managers speed Hybrid’s Adaptation

I’ve got a couple of positive comments to my last note about hybrid clouds: “Is LATAM already prepared to face Hybrid Cloud Solutions?” that makes me pointing out some other thoughts to this kind of topics in regards to solutions known as multi-cloud managers. This note addresses some of the trends that could make this open cloud model to get it absolutely commoditized to the point to getting it free of charge in the medium term, and pay for managed services and []

You should choose PaaS: Do not spend a million to save a penny

Last Friday I had a meeting with one of  teams, Freddy, who is taking care of  cloud services as our product manager, told me he had to deal with a customer asking for IaaS services on our cloud enterprise for a couple of SAP systems, because he, the customer, had thought the SAP PaaS is too expensive for him. Freddy made the arrangement to ensure this customer could get the requested proposal and called him to letting him know it and at the same time to ask him, []

The difference between an open standard and an enterprise cloud model

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 offering from big providers like Amazon and Rackspace have changed the way in which cloud is consumed. []

KIO Networks Infographic: A company plenty of innovation in 2013

2013 was a year full of innovative actions at KIO. Now that if see it, we are happy for all achievements! Here you have the list: Being the first IT Provider to offer HANA OnDemand solutions in the Market Implementing the first IXP in Mexico in our Datacenters We’ve released our Datacenter in Container Solution called KIO ATOM (movil data center) The first SAP hosting provider to offer Cloud solution as PaaS based on SAP Landscape Virtualization Management First Openstack foundation member in LATAM First IT []