Agility. Massive Scalability. If these represent some of your goals as an IT organization in 2017, you’re probably looking at migrating your physical to cloud servers. But don't forget about what you leave behind...
Let’s talk security. We think about it on a daily basis, consciously and subconsciously. Whether it be locking our cars as we leave them in a parking lot or trusting our gut when it tells us to avoid that dark alley and use the lit sidewalk instead, we’re constantly making decisions to protect ourselves.
As 2016 rolls into sight, many of us look forward towards New Year’s strategies and resolutions for a better and brighter future. However, we’ve also heard it said that hindsight is 20-20, which makes building on the foundations of yesterday’s mistakes and lessons-learned all that more important to moving forward effectively. And that’s exactly what we’re going to do here, so consider taking some time for reflection along with us. Welcome to Apto’s 2015 Hot Topics Year-in-Review.
Zynga was at it again. Times had changed, and they needed to change with them. Back in 2009 in an effort to curb excess technology spending, Zynga made the decision to migrate partially out of Amazon Web Services (AWS) and onto a hybrid cloud powered by CloudStack. However, when you grow like Zynga has things tend to change quickly, and after a few years of using their internal Z-Cloud it was time for another change.