Application Centric Management of Infrastructure Resources

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I was on a LinkedIn thread titled ‘How cloud computing is different from SaaS‘ where Rick Chapman who runs SoftLetter and SaaS University went on beating on this question ‘What is a private cloud’? It is definitely worth it given … Continue reading →
Part 1 : Top down vs Bottom Up. There are quite a few visual development tools that have failed in the past. When I say past, I meant the pre-cloud era. The commercially successful ones are Visual Basic, PowerBuilder (just googled and found out that PowerBuilder still exists under Syba...
15-20 years ago, enterprise application development, as we know today, wasn’t all that clear. All I can deduce, in a retrospective analysis – digging the internet, is that people knew the different puzzle pieces which are needed, in building an enterprise application. For example, need...
To optimally use the cloud and to effectively manage the service levels of applications we need two things:1) On-demand configuration: Without cloud it used to take us several days to procure infrastructure resources so it was acceptable to spend couple of days configuring servers and ...
At Kaavo we recognized that there is a need to provide a horizontal framework that anyone can use to quickly build a vertical solution for running and managing their complex custom applications in the cloud. To enable single click deployment and runtime management of any custom applica...
In reference to my earlier blog on Application Centric Management, there is a discussion on the cloud computing group , I posted a detailed response, sharing it here:When we say we need application centric approach it is implied that it is needed from application owner perspective, peo...
Recently I read an article by Greg Ness.  A quote from the article, "The virtualization players will be forced to build or acquire application layer and connectivity intelligence as a means of survival."  I couldn’t agree more as the dynamic nature of infrastr...