Open source events to look forward to in 2024

Are you an open source enthusiast or professional eager to stay updated on the latest developments in the world of open source technology? If so, mark your calendars for some exciting open source events happening in 2024. From storage solutions to cloud-native computing and infrastructure, these events offer a unique opportunity to connect with like-minded […]

Deploying Kubernetes on-premises: Why and how

Kubernetes is the standard for container orchestration in the world of cloud-native applications. While many organizations embrace cloud platforms like AWS, Azure, or GCP for their Kubernetes deployments, there are valid reasons to consider running Kubernetes on-premises. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at the advantages of on-premises Kubernetes and guide you through […]

The transition from VMware to OpenStack: Challenges, advantages, and strategies

The transition from VMware to OpenStack is a topic that’s gaining significant attention, and many IT professionals and organizations are eager to understand the best approach for making this shift. In this introductory blog, we will provide an overview of the key considerations, advantages, and challenges associated with migrating from VMware to OpenStack. From understanding […]

The complexity of data centers:A CIO/CTOs guide

Explore the intricacies of managing your own data center and the challenges CIOs and CTos should be aware of

The complexity of data centers:A CIO/CTOs guide Explore the intricacies of managing your own data center and the challenges CIOs and CTos should be aware of. In today’s technology-driven world, data centers are vital, and CIOs and CTOs are at the forefront of data center management. Robust and efficient data processing capabilities are essential for […]

Home Assistant Hackathon at our office  

Our journey toward a more sustainable future is no longer a secret. We are actively learning and striving to make the right steps forward. Mindful of our footprint and aiming for full team engagement, we blend awareness of sustainability and positive impact with a touch of playfulness. As part of our company event series in […]

Legislative changes  

Legislative changes    Digital legislation developments are shaking up the tech sector. Data privacy and environmental demands are gaining ground across the globe. CIOs, CTOs and executives must stay informed about essential legislative changes like data storage regulations, sustainability initiatives, and cybersecurity laws.   The position of CIOs and CTOs has evolved tremendously. Their roles have […]

Tips for Kubernetes cost optimization

Within modern cloud computing and container orchestration, Kubernetes has become of great importance for managing, deploying, and scaling applications. However, along with its numerous advantages, Kubernetes can also lead to increased operational costs if not managed efficiently. In this blog, we’ll discuss some tips and best practices for optimizing costs when using Kubernetes, focusing on […]

Simplifying IT operations: Examples for CTOs and CIOs to boost efficiency

The IT landscape within most organizations has evolved into a labyrinth of intricate systems and applications. While new technologies integrate, older systems persist, fostering a system that gives inefficiencies, escalating costs, and heightened security vulnerabilities. For CTOs and CIOs, the challenge lies in simplifying this ecosystem without disrupting day-to-day operations.  Understanding the challenge  The IT […]

Prioritizing IT concerns: Capacity vs. core focus

Businesses are constantly faced with the dilemma of balancing their IT capacity needs with their core business functions. The technology landscape demands that companies have the right IT infrastructure and resources to support their operations. However, it’s equally important to stay focused on their core competencies to remain competitive.   In the midst of an already […]

150 blogs later

A couple of weeks ago I scrolled through my articles and found out that I published nearly 150 of them. I am really proud of this! I might not be the best writer in the world (it will take some extra time to beat Stephen King, Joanne Rowling and Tom Clancy 😉 but I enjoy […]