Recap of the Google Horizon Event

I was fortunate enough to attend an invite-only Google event to get briefed on numerous announcements pertaining to Google’s cloud services. The announcements included updates on products ranging from Google Docs to Google’s public cloud offering. Additional information was shared on Google’s go-to-market strategy and staffing ambitions as it gears up to gain ground on […]

Machine Learning and the Value of Knowledge

We discuss the future of machine learning. Almost anyone can access the power of machine learning today to build their own applications without needing to worry about the underlying infrastructure. Taking the complexity out of cloud management makes it accessible to the mainstream and easier to focus on minute improvements. The ultimate value of machine […]

High Performance Compute on AWS, Google & Azure

High Performance Compute or High Performance Computing (HPC) most generally refers to the practice of aggregating computing power in a way that delivers much higher performance than one could get out of a typical desktop computer or workstation in order to solve large problems in science, engineering or in business. Today we are at the […]

Consider the Strategic Value of Cloud Storage

Enterprises continue to focus on moving to the cloud, with almost every company exploring some form of cloud environment. At 95 percent in 2016, we could be nearing the saturation point of the market. In spite of that, enterprises are not looking at public cloud based storage systems as much as they should. The money […]

Developing an Employee Intelligence Solution on Google Cloud

Challenges Unusual behavior among employees goes unnoticed in large enterprises leading to widespread problems (i.e. rogue trading in banks) Existing alert systems collect data and act separately from one another. Client needed a visually appealing, easy to navigate user interface for displaying and interpreting data Solutions Develop an Employee Intelligence Solution (EIS) demo that gathers […]

Testing the Cloud’s Glass Backbone

When most people visualize the cloud, they see an ethereal, non-physical thing that connects their devices to vast amounts of computing power and nearly unlimited troves of data and information. For Andrew Blum, a writer for Wired and author of Tubes: A Journey to the Center of the Internet, that illusion was shattered on the […]