Tag Archives: Cloud Computing

API Management as an enabler for a Smooth Cloud Transition

Today was again a very exciting day at one of our customers (despite the Monday). As an integration architect I am currently working on the next-gen integration architecture in which cloud strategy is a very crucial part (among APIs, Microservices, Data Virtualization etc.). All concepts and technologies in the new world are closely related to each other (or […]

Cloud Deployment Models

In this blog post I would like to cover the common cloud deployment models, which should be part of the basic knowledge of each IT professional working with a cloud environment to a certain extent. What is a cloud deployment model? “A cloud deployment model represents a specific type of cloud environment, primarily distinguished by […]

Exam C90.02: Cloud Technology Concepts

Today I successfully passed the second exam (exam C90.02: Cloud Technology Concepts) with honors as part of the Cloud Certified Professional (CCP) program by Arcitura.

Cloud Delivery Models

In this blogpost I will describe the three common cloud delivery models which is absolutely basic knowledge when it comes to cloud computing. What is a cloud delivery model? “A cloud delivery model represents a specific combination of IT resources offered by a cloud provider. This terminology is typically asociated with cloud computing and frequently […]

Cloud Characteristics

This blogpost will be all about cloud characteristics. These characteristics describe features and behavior of an IT-environment to be considered an effective cloud. These characteristics will set apart true cloud providers from providers only claiming to offer cloud services.

Cloud Computing Business & Technology Drivers

As already mentioned in one of my previous blogs I am currently doing the Cloud Certified Professional (CCP™) program which is dedicated to excellence in the fields of cloud computing technology, architecture, security, governance and capacity.

Up Next.. Cloud Computing!

Cloud computing is an example of an innovative, sustaining and disruptive concept that I really find very interesting. Cloud computing enables companies to consume computing resources as a utility in the same way as they are consuming electricity or gas.