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Are you getting the most out of your cloud infrastructure? 

Nowadays, organizations are increasingly migrating their infrastructure to the cloud to harness the benefits of scalability, flexibility, and cost-efficiency. However, configurations are not always optimized. This blog will guide you through the essential elements to consider when evaluating the cost-efficiency of your cloud infrastructure.  “A penny saved is a penny earned.”   This statement attributed to

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You want to move to the cloud? Here is some advice 

Businesses are constantly seeking ways to enhance their operations and stay competitive. For companies with on-premises IT environments, the adoption of cloud technologies can offer a plethora of advantages, transforming the way they operate and opening doors to new possibilities. But which form of cloud computing is the way to go, and how do you

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AWS vs. Azure: battle of the cloud titans

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the ultimate cloud showdown! In the red corner, we have Amazon Web Services (AWS), and in the blue corner, the challenger, Microsoft Azure. Today’s match revolves around the critical decision businesses face in the ring of cloud migration and modernization. It is not just a matter of choosing a Cloud

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More bang for your buck: the bottom line of cloud innovation

In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, the cloud has become more than a storage solution; it enables unprecedented innovation across various industries. Did you know that ChatGPT would not exist without cloud computing? In this article, we delve into some of the ways that the cloud transforms our world, while also scrutinizing the important aspect

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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… pic.twitter.com/axDlwj7bYB — 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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