The rise in the popularity of DevOps creates excitement—then concern—in boardrooms across enterprises. As we get to a decade from the first Devopsdays event, lessons can be learned from various cases.
Publishing and media companies continue to utilise the cloud for their archival and architectural needs – and The Globe and Mail is the latest to move across.
The much-anticipated benefits of a cloud transformation, including greater efficiency and agility, risk being eroded when the user experience is unsatisfactory and costs spin out of control.
AWS and Google certifications are among the most lucrative in North America, paying average salaries of $129,868 and $147,357 respectively, while cross-certifying on AWS is providing a salary bump to IT professionals who already have Citrix and Red Hat/Linux certifications today.
In energy, legacy systems that rely on human involvement are now being replaced by automated systems that interact seamlessly with cloud platforms.