Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has been active in setting up a working group for Serverless in order to define the standards. The working group has been active in defining a level of abstraction that could both be complementary and competitive to what CNCF represents. This is also an insurance policy against Serverless driving adoption […]
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 […]
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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
The Multi Cloud hype is increasing every day with both legacy vendors and public cloud providers (more specifically, Google which is lagging behind both AWS and Azure) talking about Multi Cloud, there is quite a bit of confusion on whether Multi Cloud will help avoid lock-in. A recent conversation on Twitter provided arguments on both sides […]
Information Technology is always focussed on abstractions as a way to remove complexity and simplify IT use for end users. IT evolution can be directly correlated to the quest to abstract at higher layers. Whether it is an evolution from binary programming to programming in higher level languages or virtualizing the servers for operations efficiencies […]
In the early days of cloud computing, I was hoping for a more federated model of cloud providers because of my strong belief that oligarchy of cloud providers is bad for customers. I was hoping that open source infrastructure software like OpenStack, CloudStack, etc will lower the barrier for service providers to compete with Amazon […]