Happy New Year: Take a walk down memory lane with us as we recap our favorite posts of 2019.
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.
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.
Joey D’Antoni discusses how taking advantage of modern infrastructure and automation techniques is something you can do to make restoring backups easier and more scalable.
IT professional and thought leader, Joey D’Antoni, shares why it’s critical to build a data structure that supports reporting independently of transactional activity to get your business users the information they need while letting your front line business operate as expected.
Companies these days have more data than ever. Even small companies can easily have terabytes of data. Employees need access to proper, reliable, and most importantly correct data in order to translate that raw data into actionable information.
The development of databases is hard and challenging work. While virtualization, and even containers, have made the deployment of multiple database environments faster, the limiter to the process is the time to restoration of backups.
Database schemas change more frequently than we care to admit and keeping up with these changes while ensuring that user data is properly protected is a big ask for any IT organization. Being able to offload those requirements to a software solution that will help with this process becomes key is making the process successful, repeatable, and documentable.
In this iteration of Gestalt Cloud News:
– Ben Kepes looks at if Oracle is actually a cloud company
– The On-Premise IT Roundtable discusses if cloud is more process than technology
– Eric Shanks looks at the fate of public cloud if net neutrality ends
Plus our usually selection of great community reads!