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Software as a Service: the business case for ISVs 

Your customers would prefer purchasing SaaS applications, but a journey to the cloud will mean additional investments and responsibilities. There are several paths that lead to the cloud. How do you stay profitable? And what are the benefits of a public cloud platform such as Amazon Web Services (AWS)?  Our client Playara makes music from

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SaaSification for ISVs: what you should charge your customers  

By now, Software as a Service (SaaS) has become the standard for enterprise applications. Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) that don’t embrace the change, risk missing the boat. But SaaSification is quite an investment for an ISV, and the corresponding Service Level Agreement comes with extra responsibilities. Will your customers accept increased charges for the additional

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What to learn from the legendary Dilbert cartoon about Kubernetes 

The famous Dilbert cartoon about containers and Kubernetes is not only very funny. We can also learn something from it. “You can’t solve a problem just by saying techy things.”  Brilliant Dilbert comic. Hitting a little too close to home… — Daniel Dib (@danieldibswe) September 5, 2019 The choice of standards in the shipping

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Fact check: with containerization, vendor lock-in is a thing of the past 

Although speed, scalability and increased autonomy are the main reasons Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and developers use containers, many name the lack of vendor lock-in as another advantage. However, is it quite that clear cut? Time for a fact-check by our experts!  Although the concept of vendor lock-in is mainly associated with IT, it is

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SaaSifying made easy with Amazon AppStream 2.0 and Cambrian Technologies

Amazon AppStream 2.0 is an AWS service that enables streaming Windows and Linux applications to a web browser on any computer, anywhere. This allows companies to get end-users up and running faster and manage remote work more easily. In addition, this secure and reliable service reduces the total-cost-of-ownership when compared to the on-premises hardware deployment

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Migrate IT in order to reduce your carbon footprint

The public cloud is the greenest cloud. The three hyperscale providers, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google and Microsoft outperform the other types of data center providers in energy efficiency. This gap is large and it is not expressed as a percentage, but rather as a multiple. Furthermore, this gap will increase. As a consequence, companies

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The 7 R’s strategies for migrating workloads to AWS

The 7R methodology for the migration to AWS is a framework that helps organisations plan and execute a successful migration. The methodology involves assessing each application in your portfolio and categorising it based on its suitability for migration. The outcome is an important component of the business case. Furthermore, it is the basis for detailing

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Migrating also accelerates compliance

Recently, auditors continued our ISO 27001 and NEN 7510 certifications after the mandatory three-year re-certification audit.  ISO 27001 is the worldwide norm for information security management. The second norm, NEN 7510 is the Dutch norm for information security management for the healthcare industry. When our customers decide to migrate their workloads they can trust us

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How migrating to the public cloud reduces your TCO

This post discusses how right-sizing, combined with the use of Platform as a Service (PaaS) greatly reduces the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of IT in the public cloud. When comparing the TCO of a private versus a public cloud implementation of an environment, many enter all CMDB entries as-is into the cost calculator of

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