Public “Infrastructure as a Service” has got commodity (revisited)

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)

KoolFit’s Backstage Interview

Before go further, I want to thanks DevOps Team for all the energy they put on this project and also the Product and Architect/Pre-Sales Guys. KoolFit is the start of something, it’s not just a product, it’s the result of our culture and talent. This interview was originally posted at CHANGEaaS in spanish. This interview was done by Tomás Carpio to my person. I want … Continue reading KoolFit’s Backstage Interview

#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

Controlled Replication Under Scalable Hashing (#CRUSH), Ceph’s Hidden Power to face any storage’s challenge

What would you think if you can customize your storage solution to the way your company really needs? It doesn’t matter how much capacity or performance you think you might need. And we are talking here about from a few TeraBytes to thousands of PetaBytes. A storage system that is able to optimally manage data from a couple of servers to thousands of them spread among several datacenters. A … Continue reading Controlled Replication Under Scalable Hashing (#CRUSH), Ceph’s Hidden Power to face any storage’s challenge

#EMCWorld14: ScaleIO or ViPR Block – A brutal paradigm change to innovation

I am very excited to see how ScaleIO or also known as ViPR Block will be developing from now on. I had the opportunity to touch and test it at EMC vLabs and get closer to its architecture and the way how to manage storage resources. I was nicely impressed by its capabilities. I’ve posted a note 6 months ago stating that we could be facing … Continue reading #EMCWorld14: ScaleIO or ViPR Block – A brutal paradigm change to innovation

A big step for the Mexican Communication Market

Last Wednesday CITI that stands for “Consorcio de Intercambio de Tráfico de Internet”, that means something like the IXP’s Consortium, announced the operation of the first IXP (Internet Exchange Point) in Mexico. This first IXP will be hosted at the most robust – and cutting-edge technology based- Datacenter in LATAM: KIO Networks Santa Fe (Mexico City). KIO Networks is member of the Board of CITI … Continue reading A big step for the Mexican Communication Market

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?

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 … Continue reading KIO Networks Infographic: A company plenty of innovation in 2013

CTO plays as transformation ambassador at IT providers

Based on Daniel Burrus’s Post “Today’s CTO: The Chief Transformation Officer”. I would say I’ve felt fully identified. Business is changing fast. Any company that wants to stay competitive needs to be in continuous transformation, this is the reason of my blog site’s name. I would say that a CTO’s standard role is to guarantee that most technology decisions must be align to company’s business goals. … Continue reading CTO plays as transformation ambassador at IT providers

Assess your current state of innovation

In a world with so many information to read and process, it’s hard to find the time/energy to analyze all the tweets or blog/linkedin posts, there are so many nice notes that I would really like to check all of them, but they make me feel overwhelmed and wondering how younger people stay in and enjoy it. Are you thinking to develop your own big … Continue reading Assess your current state of innovation