In response to my post on Red Hat’s blind spot on databases, Redmonk Analyst Steve O’ Grady posted explaining why Red Hat couldn’t (or shouldn’t) enter the database market. He posed a set of 5 questions he expects in any response. In the spirit of good natured debate (with utmost respect to Steve’s views), I […]
Modern Enterprise CIOs are focussed on continuous innovation, enabling their developers to help their business stakeholders in the rapidly changing business landscape. In their quest for agility, many decision makers focus on building cloud native apps that can be deployed on public clouds. Enabling your developers to deploy their applications to public cloud definitely increases […]
There is quite a bit of confusion in how the terms CaaS, PaaS, Container Platforms and Application Platforms are used. The confusion exist in the market and we want to use this post to clarify what these terms mean in the context of cloud native ecosystem. The difference between CaaS or PaaS and Container […]
Containers, after Docker made the user experience seamless for developers, not only captivated developers and garnered their mindshare, it also made deployment of applications into production much more easy. It completely altered the developer workflow, pushing the CI tools into oblivion. When Kubernetes came into the market and made the deployment part of applications friction […]
IBM Think 2018 conference was held in Las Vegas and this is a Rishidot Research trip report. IBM has finally got a more unified message across Cloud, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and other technologies that are part of the modern enterprise stack. IBM Services is talking about multi cloud as their main message.
With newer technologies coming up faster than the rate at which IT decision makers can update the platforms, there is always a confusion about which technology is better suited for a workload. In this post, we are proposing a simplified framework for deciding the right platform technology for your application based on your application architecture. […]
In this post, we discuss the absence of SLAs in Serverless Functions offered by public cloud providers like AWS, Azure and Google Cloud
In this post, we talk about the need to keep composability from infrastructure down to applications. We argue that it is critical to retain the flexibility to innovate rapidly