Author: Krista Colby-Wheatley

Workload migration: Staying calm when it’s more than just lift and shift

To no one’s surprise, the world’s migration to the cloud is continuing to ramp up in both speed and volume. According to forecasts from Gartner, the worldwide public cloud services market will grow by 17.3% this year. Revenues are expected to total…

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Kubernetes: The Easy Button for Enterprise

Krista Colby-Wheatley explains why Kubernetes has recently become the dominant player in the deployment, scaling and management of applications.

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Microsoft Data Platform 2017: new features and why you should upgrade – a webinar with Warner Chavez and Vitor Fava

Now is a great time to migrate to Microsoft Data Platform. Listen to Warner and Vitor, our Microsoft MVPs, discuss upgrading SQL 2008 R2 and previous versions, to the Microsoft Data Platform 2017. Given the many options available to the…

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Going from monolith to microservices: deciding when and how

As the migration of enterprise to the cloud accelerates, the monolithic approach to software development seems doomed to extinction. Cloud-based microservices are increasingly the preferred approach, and it’s easy to see why. Microservices break down large software projects into smaller,…

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Cloud security: what you don’t know will hurt you

If your organization isn’t doing business in the cloud today, it might have some catching up to do. A 2017 report by LogicMonitor suggests that 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020. Yet the same study…

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Migrating to Microsoft SQL Server or Azure SQL Database

Migrating to Microsoft SQL Server or Azure SQL Database – a webinar by Warner Chaves Register today Are you considering a migration to Microsoft SQL Server or Azure SQL Database? Before you go any further, join Warner Chaves, Pythian’s Microsoft…

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High-performance computing: waiting for the cloud to catch up

High-performance computing (HPC) was once limited to organizations that could afford to buy and maintain systems costing tens of millions of dollars. The cloud has changed all that, creating a democracy in which teraflops are accessible to people well outside…

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How a social media platform benefits from upgraded security and performance

We recently helped a social media management platform improve its security and performance. The social media platform supports social network integrations for Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube, and has more than 15 million users. The company needed to ensure…

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Look sharp: an introduction to edge computing

For years, data consumption was associated with individuals: people who stream videos, play games and otherwise live life with the help of the internet. But even though the average user’s daily data consumption is expected to increase to 1.5 gigabytes…

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It’s official: Kubernetes is king

When it comes to container orchestration, nobody’s sitting on the fence anymore. In the four short years since it launched, Kubernetes has become the de facto standard, the platform chosen by a list of tech giants that includes AWS, Microsoft,…

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