Can adopting Infrastructure as Code (IaC) help your business? It sure can, and Rob talks about this on TFiR. Looking for more info? Check out Rob’s Post about the Business of IaC.
Gartner recently named RackN a “2020 Cool Vendor in Cloud Computing.” It’s a coveted designation, and we are honored, but cool?
This excellent discussion with Mark Thiele about the real challenges of managing a distributed infrastructure. This excellent discussion with Mark Thiele about the real challenges of managing a distributed infrastructure.
Paul Delory lays out a comprehensive view of all the components in the flow required to deliver applications into production.
ur industry is building an increasingly heterogeneous and distributed infrastructure without any real architecture from a management perspective. That’s why we have frothy battles about multi-cloud, hybrid IT and microservices that don’t actually help operators run their infrastructure.
You may have an IaC process for your virtual and container environments, but have you extended IaC for VMware hardware? This post will explain how RackN can help you do that! Does IaC for VMware Hardware Make Sense? VMware defines IaC this way: Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is the practice of managing and provisioning infrastructure
Rob and Swapnil respond to The Register “No, Kubernetes doesn’t make applications portable, say analysts. Good luck avoiding lock-in, too” article. We discuss the fundamental paradox required for Kubernetes to become a generally useful platform.
We’ve been making the most basic aspects of infrastructure too complex and hard to automate. Companies can address security by building secure automation processes from the ground up.