Month: February 2021

Cloud security fears continue: Managed services, messaging, FaaS at ‘perilous’ stage

James is editor in chief of TechForge Media, with a passion for how technologies influence business and several Mobile World Congress events under his belt. James has interviewed a variety of leading figures in his career, from former Mafia boss...

/ February 25, 2021

How data centre products can build synergies with the public cloud

Today’s competitive digital enterprise needs innovative technology to drive organisational agility, resilience, and powerful decision-making. The cloud has risen as a great enabler of modern enterprise. Once seen merely as a cheap storage location, the cloud has now become central...

/ February 25, 2021

Track Your Certifications, Point to Your Success

Whether you’re an individual user of our platform or part of a large enterprise team, we’ve learned that a majority of people using Cloud Academy are quite an ambitious bunch. Many of you are constantly working towards certifications, and often...

/ February 24, 2021

Microsoft launches new industry clouds for finance, manufacturing and non-profit

James is editor in chief of TechForge Media, with a passion for how technologies influence business and several Mobile World Congress events under his belt. James has interviewed a variety of leading figures in his career, from former Mafia boss...

/ February 24, 2021

The changing face of colocation: Winds of change – and new challenges

Justin Jenkins is Chief Operating Officer, Europe and President, UK at Vantage Data Centers, a leading global provider of hyperscale data centre campuses serving the world’s well-known hyperscalers, cloud providers and large enterprises. He has a wealth of IT and...

/ February 23, 2021

Securing IT systems in the hybrid workplace with identity governance: A guide

Thomas Müller-Martin is global partners technical lead at Omada. The current reality of massive remote work began as a pandemic-induced necessity, but what most thought would be a short-term stopgap has become the current norm. And that’s not entirely a...

/ February 22, 2021

Our Journey to GraphQL

Here at Cloud Academy, we have recently been evolving our back-end architecture. We took the path toward a microservices architecture, and we’re still working on some pillars that will enable us to become faster in development while gaining overall reliability...

/ February 22, 2021

Remote learning and collaboration: How to set up your cloud storage strategy for success

David Friend is the co-founder and CEO of Wasabi, a revolutionary cloud storage company. David’s first company, ARP Instruments developed synthesizers used by Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, Led Zeppelin and even helped Steven Spielberg communicate with aliens providing that legendary...

/ February 19, 2021

The Path You Take Depends on Where You Want to Go: Introducing Job Roles

The Cloud Academy training library is full of excellent training materials to help a wide variety of people achieve an even wider variety of career goals. It’s good to have choices, but sometimes having so many choices of what to...

/ February 19, 2021

Databricks launches on Google Cloud to complete hyperscaler hat-trick

James is editor in chief of TechForge Media, with a passion for how technologies influence business and several Mobile World Congress events under his belt. James has interviewed a variety of leading figures in his career, from former Mafia boss...

/ February 18, 2021