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Why Enterprises are Moving to Containerization

enterprise moving to containers

As a Technical Account Manager, or TAM for short, I am fortunate to work with some large clients.  Most all of them are in some state of increasing their usage of containerization.  There are a number of reasons for this, but let’s explore a few of the biggest reasons.
Why Containers?
Almost everyone has deployed Virtual […]

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Top Considerations When Moving from On-Premise to AWS (Part Two)

moving from on-premise to AWS 2

As discussed in part one, this series is meant to go over some of the biggest differences you will likely encounter when moving from on-premise to the cloud.  In this portion, I’ll look at the architectural and operational differences that are commonly seen.
Operational and Architectural Differences
One of the most common issues I see revolves […]

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Top Considerations When Moving from On-Premise to AWS (Part One)

moving from on-premise to AWS 1

One of the most common questions I get as a Technical Account Manager (TAM) from clients considering a migration from their current on-premise data center to AWS is “what are the biggest differences I will need to address?”  In an earlier post MySQL to the Cloud! Thoughts on Migrating Away from On-Premise I discussed […]

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Which Cloud Provider Performs Better for My Mysql Workload?

which cloud provider performs MySQL

More and more people are nowadays thinking of cloud migration. The question of “Which cloud provider performs better for my MySQL workload?” is really common but cannot always be easily answered. However, there are ways to come up with an answer. This question also applies when thinking of moving to any provider, not necessarily […]

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The Changing Face of Enterprise DBAs in Cloud-Driven Environments

DBA in cloud environments

Over the past ten years, those in charge of running enterprise databases saw their focus shift from simply ensuring access and availability to overseeing architecture, design, and scalability.
Site reliability engineers (SREs) and/or DBAs suddenly found themselves responsible for not only ensuring the company’s primary revenue engine stayed up but also for ensuring it could […]

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