DevSecOps and the Cloud Journey

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DevSecOps is an extension of the DevOps model that includes security in all phases of the System Development Lifecycle. DevOps is a team approach with no silos between development and operations; team members with skills across the system development and operations functions work together on the same teams, creating products that are quickly and frequently deployed to production to achieve business value for the customer.

Low-Code/No-Code

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For this edition of the Tech Blog, we will cover the topic of configured systems also known as "low-code/no-code" applications. It has become a bit of a buzz-term, but it is nothing dramatically new. The applications have matured and the marketing surrounding them have slightly changed. For over a decade, vendors have sold the message…

Tips to Migrating Workloads off Legacy Mainframes

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As we talk to our clients, the opportunities to reduce IT spend across an organization are at an all time high, from the advent of Cloud computing, to easily transitioning legacy workloads to new platforms. Migrating rapid, low-risk mainframes to distributed environments are becoming the norm. Thousands of MIPS (Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipeline Stages) are being moved to…

Diving in to Hyper-Convergence

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What is Hyper-Convergence? Hyper-convergence is a software-centric architecture, or HCI (hyper-converged infrastructure) for short. It integrates compute, storage and virtualization resources in a single system that is generally powered by stacks of x86 hardware. Let’s Take a Step Back To power an IT solution you need basic building blocks, like LEGOs that we often use…