What is Kubecon?

Learn about the history of the annual KubeCon conference and the focus of this year's event, hosted in both virtually and in person in Los Angeles from October 13-15 2021.

Sahil Armaan Kumar

Sahil Armaan KumarOct 5, 2021

Announcing Archera’s Series A Funding

The Archera team is incredibly excited to announce that we have completed a $7 million series A funding round co-led by Amplify Partners and Ridge Ventures.

Aran Khanna

Aran KhannaSep 29, 2021

An Overview of Containers

In this post we take a step back and examine what containers really are, why the Kubernetes platform has such a large user base, how cloud computing helps companies utilize containers, and why you might choose to use them.

Sahil Armaan Kumar

Sahil Armaan KumarSep 23, 2021

Who Should Be On Your Cloud Center of Excellence Team?

This article explains how to identify team members for your cloud center of excellence.

Gene Volfe

Gene VolfeSep 14, 2021

What Resources and Tools Do You Need to Build and Manage a CCoE?

Any resources and tools your cloud center of excellence uses should embrace cloud adoption as an on-going transformational process.

Gene Volfe

Gene VolfeSep 8, 2021

An Overview of the Most Commonly Used AWS Services

This article provides an introduction to some of the most commonly used services provided by AWS including: analytics, compute, containers, database, and machine learning.

Sahil Armaan Kumar

Sahil Armaan KumarAug 31, 2021

The Magic of Cloud Computing

This article is the first installment in a series of blog posts aimed at helping our readers learn about the various facets of cloud computing.

Sahil Armaan Kumar

Sahil Armaan KumarAug 18, 2021

What is a Cloud Center of Excellence and how is it different from FinOps?

Cloud Centers of Excellence and FinOps have emerged in response to growing usage of the cloud. While related, they are not the same thing.

Gene Volfe

Gene VolfeAug 11, 2021

Chasing the Dragon: The Myth of Rightsizing First

Rightsizing first will not necessarily lead to more savings. In this article we explain why.

Jason Burt

Jason BurtJun 3, 2021

What is an AWS Private Pricing Term Sheet?

The AWS Private Pricing Term Sheet is a cost saving mechanism offered by AWS for enterprise customers with large spends of over $500,000 annually.

Aniqa Hassan

Aniqa HassanMay 12, 2021

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