All posts by Ray Wakiyama

OpenStack bets on community collaboration for enterprise adoption


Last week, the OpenStack Summit took place in Austin, Texas gathering the industries leading IT professionals, telco operators, cloud administrators and app developers for the future of cloud computing. Some time ago we talked about OpenStack as a popular on-premises private cloud choice for deploying enterprise applications on a unified platform. Read More

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Translating “Rugged DevOps” into practical use


I was thrilled to see DevOps and security intersect at RSA’s 2nd Annual Rugged DevOps Conference. It was great to see the growing intrigue and the varying “best-practices” for the ideal implementation of DevOps as more than 600 attendees from varying backgrounds packed the room. It was enlightening to hear about the various functions that should play a role in rapidly delivering applications and services to both internal and external users. Taking a step back, this “still-evolving” concept has even the most mature organizations putting pressure on themselves to get DevOps right the first time. Read More

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Breaking into DevOps: Can’t stop learning


Many friends ask me what it’s like in the startup world since joining here in May. I tell them it’s like a kid excited about a new Nintendo game release. Read More

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