The Doppler

All Posts Page

Kleinschmidt Embraces Hybrid Cloud to Connect Its Customers Around the World


It is not a stretch to describe Kleinschmidt as a company that has innovation wired into its DNA. After all, founder Edward Kleinschmidt pioneered in his lifetime an automatic fishing reel, a macaroni twisting machine and the company’s longtime breadwinner—the teletypewriter. That machine helped the Deerfield, IL, company usher in a new era of telecommunications, […]

Healthcare Heroes: Care Amidst Chaos


Most healthcare institutions that are moving to the cloud are taking a cautious approach. They’re pursuing plans to do things like storing data more efficiently and launching new applications to improve patient care. But many are either holding back or setting methodical schedules due to ongoing concerns about compliance, security and privacy. The Canterbury District […]

Kubernetes and Multicloud


In the past two years, Kubernetes has claimed the lion’s share of the PaaS and CaaS markets with the promise of application probability across multicloud and hybrid cloud environments. However, in reality, multi-cluster management across multiple clouds is still maturing. This blog post explores some of the Kubernetes deployment patterns for multi-cluster applications that could […]

What Is So Complicated About Lift-and-Shift Cloud Migrations?


Has this ever happened to your organization? You have just gone through a seven-hour cloud migration, something goes wrong and the IT team has to stop the process and roll the project back. Later, you relate the experience to an engineer outside the team, and the person responds in a confused manner. “That should have […]

Cloud Vendor Lock-In Risk vs. Added Business Value


A question that pops up very often lately from enterprises considering cloud deployment models is: Will moving to one public cloud platform constitute a vendor lock-in risk? Also, would a hybrid deployment model between public clouds and on premises, or with another public cloud, reduce or mitigate this risk? To answer these questions, this article […]

Keeping Your Cloud Transformation Moving Forward


Cloud transformations are often referred to as “journeys,” with starting points and reasonably well-defined destinations. They begin with assessments, plans, foundational initiatives and workload migrations. The journeys do not officially have an endpoint, but successful ones do eventually arrive at a place where organizations fully embrace automation, and follow a right mix approach, where cloud […]