Voilà. By popular demand, my book, Private, Hybrid, and Public Cloud is available in Paperbook and Kindle. After a good start in French in February, it took me a little while to translate, correct and publish it in English. I confess that after thinking a lot about having it translated, I decided to try AI... Continue Reading →
How much bandwidth do I need?
Bandwidth is one of the big questions I'm asked about the adoption of cloud technologies. It is obvious that between the connection by a gigabit network to the servers of the enterprise and that of a few megabits of an internet connection, there is a difference in performance and potentially cost. But again, as with... Continue Reading →
Will my performance improve or degrade with the cloud
This is with security one of the most controversial topics. Performance is both measurable, therefore objective, and perceived, therefore subjective. The pure performance of an application or process is often the result of a set of interdependent components. Even if one imagines being able to isolate the performance of an application to a single server,... Continue Reading →
Is the cloud secure?
Security is a big topic that requires more than a single post. Yet, let's start by saying that professional clouds are very secure. More than your data center. In the first place because it is the business of the service providers. If these clouds did not offer a very high level of security, they would... Continue Reading →