Computing Deployment Models And Cloud Traceability

In a previous post we talked about balancing computing architecture and operational management choices. We built a model that defined four computing styles: legacy IT, outsourcing, private cloud and public cloud. In a subsequent post we refined this model to include four hybrid solutions: hybrid architecture, hybrid operations, hybrid cloud and hybrid hosting. We introduced […] Read more »

Integration as a Service: The Logic behind SnapLogic

I have always wondered why we use the term software as a service, because one of the characteristics of software is that it is automated, and repeatable – that’s how traditional software vendors make their margins. They do not want to make software a service- as they do not want to sell services – and […] Read more »