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Additional thoughts about Cloud Portability

 

Despite how much I love the Cloud, it would be foolish to ignore the many challenges that it poses. And, when concepts such as Liquid IT or Multi-Cloud become part of the agenda, one of those is, without a doubt, Portability.

Back when I was a member of the Atos Scientific Community, I was one of the authors of a whitepaper that addressed this very same topic. Since then, I was fortunate enough to witness other points of view about the subject and some have certainly got me thinking. And, despite Cloud Portability might be one ...

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Getting into the Enterprise Architecture space

I don't know your experience with this, but I always had this feeling that Enterprise Architecture is one of those things that everybody talks about without quite knowing what actually is.

I myself can be blamed about this very same thing… I have practiced IT Architecture for years at different levels and across different domains. And, despite always doing my best; learning from brilliant people and working on challenging projects, the same issues emerged over and over again. Here are just a few:

  • The focus on a narrow scope wouldn't let me connect with the global picture or the ultimate
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“Less is more” … Have we achieved it on this new release of the Framework?

Back in 2013, I shipped the Social Media Scripting Framework for the first time. I was excited about it, but, at the same time, I realized that there were some things that, clearly, were too complicated. There is still a lot of work to do to make it even more simple and more capable. This is, definitely, not over. Anyway, I would like to spend some time showing you how the new updates have simplified the way you interact with the framework and how to get the most of it.

Working with Excel

The Excel module has changed a ...

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