Internet of Things

Thanks marioaaKIO for sharing this Post with us from CHANGEaaS.com. More data to analyze using our Big Data platform. This could be useful for healthcare (prevention medicine). Thanks again Mario, keep it up! We call this, the possibility to connect, via Internet protocols, many human beings and many devices, in the following ways: person to machine, machine to machine and person to person, using wireless … Continue reading Internet of Things

TAPE SUCKS? PAYING TOO MUCH FOR PetaBytes of storage SUCKS MORE!

Thanks to juliocus for sharing this Post with us from CHANGEaaS.com Data Domain the acquired company by EMC made an IN YOUR FACE bumper sticker. Bumper sticker read. TAPE SUCKS. Move on! Data Domain made a splash with this statement. Data Domain became very popular! Tape did suck! What sucked about it? Management, media errors within backup and restore environments. When you looked at most … Continue reading TAPE SUCKS? PAYING TOO MUCH FOR PetaBytes of storage SUCKS MORE!

Interoperability is no longer a matter of choice for big storage vendors to OpenStack

Thanks to jolverar for sharing this Post with us from CHANGEaaS.com I was reading for some information about storage with this OpenStack new way, so I found some news out there covering proposals that involve customer experiences of deploying OpenStack and Storage vendors together technology deep-dives on Cinder and Manila; and who else but the both biggest Netapp & EMC, so I guess when customers try to … Continue reading Interoperability is no longer a matter of choice for big storage vendors to OpenStack

There’s Real Magic behind OpenStack Neutron

Really easy to create a new post on any blog – the most complex part is to think about the content – you can do it through a couple of clicks on your laptop, or from your phone/tablet, or just reblog other interesting posts from some mates. The same thing happens with OpenStack, you can create Servers instances, routers, subnets, firewalls, VPNs, Load Balancers through … Continue reading There’s Real Magic behind OpenStack Neutron

Software Defines Options for your Cloud’s Network Services

In spite of the long list of products or open-sourced SDN (Software Defined Networks) solutions to opt these days, the finally amount is limited due to stability and scalability reasons. Worst is if you think trying to bring network resources to some applications that will require direct support from vendors; limitations include components like Hyper-Visors. Despite you can run any of these apps over these technologies … Continue reading Software Defines Options for your Cloud’s Network Services

Heat: Orchestration improvements on Openstack Havana #OpenstackHablaEspañol

At this very moment, the first OpenStack Day in LATAM is taking place at the Word Trade Center in Mexico City. We are pretty happy with all the people that have came -around 250 techies-. The first OpenStack summit in USA just got an attending of 60 guys, so, I think it’s a very nice starting point for the community in LATAM. In one of my previous notes I … Continue reading Heat: Orchestration improvements on Openstack Havana #OpenstackHablaEspañol

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 … Continue reading The difference between an open standard and an enterprise cloud model

SAP Cloud: PaaS versus On-Premise total cost ownership

I have been invited next week to speak in Central America (Panama & Guatemala). The event is dedicated to present our SAP offering named SAX that stands for “SAP Advance Xperience”. We have been sometime ago walking and talking to customers about the offering and our advantages and a repetitive pattern comes up: customers inevitably compare on-premise solutions with our off-premise model. This note is focus on giving some guidelines to bring a fairer comparison between our SAP cloud … Continue reading SAP Cloud: PaaS versus On-Premise total cost ownership

Is LATAM already prepared to face Hybrid Cloud Solutions?

Is there any doubt to take your IT stuff into the cloud? Of course THERE IS, nobody argues it, but it doesn’t mean that you are not thinking of doing it anyway, at least taking some part of your IT Services. What applications/processes are really prepared to do that? Or maybe the right question would be: What applications/processes do you feel sure to move out … Continue reading Is LATAM already prepared to face Hybrid Cloud Solutions?