AWS re:Invent 2019 is a huge conference, with a critical mass of enterprise vendors and IT attendees, yet cloud represents just a few percentage points of enterprise spend. There is a massive opportunity to transform both infrastructure and IT careers! My conversations with Druva at re:Invent really brought home the challenge and opportunity of the cloud.
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Disaster recovery can be a stressful activity. Druva has managed to come up with a way of recovering in the cloud that doesn’t need to be complicated, nor does it need to be time-consuming. Architect and Blogger, Dan Frith, explores Druva’s Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaas) offering.
One of the biggest struggles any development organization faces is testing its application with production volumes of data. Joey D’Antoni discusses practical solutions to meet an organization’s data management needs.
Principal Consultant, Jordan Martin, discusses what he learned at Juniper NXTWORK 2019 and he makes the case that it’s worth your time to check out the fantastic work that Juniper is doing.
Wireless Network Engineer, Jonathan Davis, shares a recap of NXTWORK 2019 in Las Vegas.
Dan Frith examines how the cloud has changed the way we consume data and how we need to re-align our data protection strategy.
In this Tech Talk, Dan Frith discusses data protection for data stored in SaaS platforms.
By treating our down-level systems like we treat our production systems we can increase the company’s utilization, decrease outage loss and increase the availability of the systems that our co-workers need to get their work done.
Denny Cherry discusses how setting and meeting realistic RTO can benefit the entire company. By setting realistic goals instead of arbitrary goals, IT has recovery windows that they are able to meet, and the business has a realistic view of how long systems will be down for in the event of a failure.
Join us for coverage of the keynote address from Juniper NXTWORK 2019! We will be providing live blog coverage of all the news and announcements as they happen.