We have a long, hard road ahead to recover from COVID-19. It is staggering how quickly our world has changed over these past 3 months as we all fight to survive a global pandemic. The threat is real and the amount of fear and uncertainty that has infiltrated our daily lives in ways we had never expected and clearly there is more to come. In the same breath, I am inspired by the sense of humanity, kindness, and community that has surfaced. While the way we function as a society will never be the same, we have an opportunity to rethink and redefine who we are and what we build for the “what’s next.”
CloudPhysics recognized as one of the 20 Coolest Cloud Management And Migration Companies of The 2020 Cloud 100
As one of the market’s fastest-growing IT intelligence platforms, designed to enable data-driven collaborations for next-generation IT infrastructure, we are excited to share that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named CloudPhysics as one of The 20 Coolest Cloud Management And Migration Companies Of The 2020 Cloud 100. This annual list honors the premier cloud technology suppliers in five key categories: infrastructure, platforms and development, security, storage, and software.
Modeling your workloads into the thousands of cloud variables could not be easier.
It’s never been easier to simulate new Google Cloud features. Finding the right balance between sole-tenant nodes and instances, storage media types, and right-sizing workloads before calculating their cost is a difficult task. CloudPhysics is the platform to simplify your efforts. CloudPhysics has teamed up with the GCP product team to model their new BYOL and Sole-tenant Node offering in a new cloud simulator. BYOL has a strong place in the cloud for Customers heavily invested in Microsoft Windows operating systems. Why pay for an operating system you already own on-premise to run the same workload in the cloud? The Microsoft Software Assurance and license model are heavy investments for most organizations. With BYOL to the cloud, customers gain the ability to reuse their investment and remain on the platform where they have invested heavily.
Picking the right instance type to host an application in the cloud requires detailed workload characterization and analysis. Burstable instances provide a lower cost option for workloads that do not have sustained high CPU usage. In this post we analyze their cost model, outline the analysis to determine their suitability, and explore how widely applicable they are in migrating business applications to the cloud.
To our valued customers and partners – thank you for a fantastic 2018! It has been an amazing year and following the release of our partner edition in 2016 it has been our privilege to serve over 200+ global partners and 5,000 platform users. In 2018, we released the CloudPhysics IT Collaboration Platform with the… Read more »
Working with cloud providers is the best and the worst possible decision VMware could have made. For VMware, this is a win in that they see cloud adoption, but for the cloud providers, this is the Trojan horse that will move customers from VMware to cloud-based SaaS solutions and away from virtual machines. First and… Read more »
Imagine your largest customer comes to you and says, “Thanks for your years of hard work and great products and services, you did so well, we don’t need you anymore, at least not as much as we used to need you.” That may be the phrase VMware is about to start hearing far more often,… Read more »
CloudPhysics has partnered with Google to help our customers make the migration to the cloud as quick and easy as possible. The combined per-instance cost model and custom instances provided by Google offer nearly unlimited combinations of deployment models for moving workloads to the cloud. But the end goal still needs consideration and planning. This… Read more »
This past week, VMware announced the general availability of VMware Cloud on AWS during VMWorld. The interest was high, and the sessions on the topic were usually delivered to packed rooms. The promise of a VMware vSphere-based cloud that operates on Amazon Web Services has the potential to be a game-changer. But as the world… Read more »
“Cloud is cheaper than on-prem!” You’ve heard that marketing blast from cloud providers constantly this past year. But now the game has changed, with the availability of VMware Cloud on AWS announced this week at VMworld. VMware’s strategic move for partnership with Amazon enables you to cut your consumption costs on AWS by 40% through… Read more »