Speed Application Development with vCloud Air

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By: Nitin Saxena As the pace of business competition escalates, so has the need for solutions enabling enterprise business agility. Meeting this demand requires many organizations to quickly develop and deploy new applications, placing enormous pressure on developers to create new web and mobile apps for customers, suppliers, partners and even employees. In this rapidly Read more...

Join Us for a Webinar Series to Demystify DevOps

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DevOps a hot topic among the IT community—and for good reason. Many organizations are implementing DevOps initiatives to increase development and shorten product delivery timeframes, making it increasingly important for Infrastructure Managers to understand. In our upcoming series of webinars, we will demystify DevOps through a series of discussions. In the first installment we will Read more...

Middle Management in the Cloud

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By John Ellis, Chief vCloud Architect at BlueLock A cloud based infrastructure can save an organization a great deal of time and effort in building servers and provisioning new resources. While this can be fantastic for the build-out phase of a project, how can a virtual datacenter make maintenance easier? We may perform deployments a Read more...

Automation in vCloud Datacenter: Rabid, Rapid Provisioning

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By John Ellis, Chief vCloud Architect at BlueLock I must admit, I'm one of those guys who can't stop checking the shipping status of my online orders. When order five hundred pounds of rare earth magnets from my favorite online retailer I want them delivered to my front door in record time. That same impatience Read more...

What Does DevOps Mean for Cloud Professionals?

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By Steve Jin, VMware R&D   This entry was reposted from DoubleCloud.org, a blog for architects and developers on virtualization and cloud computing.   I heard about DevOps a while back but didn’t really look into it. My initial understanding was that the roles of developer and system administrator would merge into one called DevOps. Read more...