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Why Networking is Critical to Serverless

As readers know, I have been thinking a lot about serverless lately (along with all other forms of technology deployment and management, since it is what I do professionally). Recently, I came at it from another angle: network latency. Two weeks … Continue reading

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Keep Corporate Away From Production

For a very long time, corporations treated their corporate networks as safe protected environments. The data and applications inside that network are: confidential and must be kept safe from unauthorized access (protect from loss), and crucial to business processes and must … Continue reading

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Whence Private Clouds, and Why Amazon and Google Should Spin Off Cloud

After our article last week discussing the economics of moving into AWS vs. do-it-yourself (DIY), Jim Stogdill wrote an excellent follow-up about when enterprises aren’t moving into the public cloud; Simon Wardley – whose strategic situational awareness mapping is in a category by itself and should … Continue reading

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Samsung’s “Too Smart for Their Own Good” TVs

The Internet has been abuzz for the last week about a hitherto little-known clause in Samsung’s “Smart TV” privacy policy. The news was most prominently covered in the Daily Beast, here. The Daily Beast includes a link to the entire privacy … Continue reading

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