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Architecture Basics: Introducing Design Qualities

Enterprise Architecture is large and complex, let’s start by focusing on the technical points:
A series of “back to basics” articles begins with this introduction to understand where Design Qualities come from, before going deeper into the most important qualities and why it matters.

Converting VMs to Containers makes a modernized Application?

With the recent boom in containers, I’m hearing more and more saying we need to containerize everything . Some even claim that moving to containers will modernize the application.
We will go through this problem of container and modernization, and demystify myths and realities …

Embrace Corporate or Public Cloud: Security Perspective

Should you embrace the Public Cloud or stay/revert to Private Cloud ? Before criteria such as delivery time or finance, the Security is a key subject. Let’s dig into the interactions and security needs with the infrastructure.

Migrate to Public Cloud(s), strategy and considerations

Estimated reading time: 15-20min How did we get there? The “ABC” enterprise (fictitious, obviously) wants a new IT for 2020 with 2 main objectives: optimize time-to-market (reduce time to provision), optimize finances (reduce CapEx with OpEx instead, Amortize and report in EBITDA).The IT solution for these two business problems is to move its existing infrastructureContinue reading “Migrate to Public Cloud(s), strategy and considerations”

Introduce Myself

Hello everyone, First, why opening a blog? The basic idea of a blog is to share thoughts, ideas, and any kind of “recipe” to make things work.I have always enjoyed sharing and opening discussions with my friends and colleagues, but now is the time to expand the audience. But why now? Why so late (afterContinue reading “Introduce Myself”

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