About MeGreetings, fellow humans! I'm a proud dad of two awesome kids, and my other love is Cloud! Working for 20+ years in tech has taught me 2 things; Always have a backup and yes, it was the network! The last 7+ of those years has been all about the cloud, and when I find the time, a bit of blogging and podcasting too!
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- Answer Honestly: Are you Ersatz Cloud Native?
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- TekBytes #2: The Complexity of Public Cloud Architecture
- TekBytes #1 – CloudSpotting – A New Tech Podcast
- TekBytes: A Blogging Experiment
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Category Archives: Architecture
Answer Honestly: Are you Ersatz Cloud Native?
As we approach the middle of the year, I’ve been in the full-on strategic planning mode the last couple of weeks and cloud native is a major focus [..]
Downtime sucks! Designing Highly Available Applications on a Budget
Downtime sucks. I write this whilst sitting in an airport lounge, having been disembarked from my plane due to a technical fault. I don’t really begrudge the airline [..]
Scale-Out Doesn’t Just Mean Applications
A couple of months ago I wrote a post entitled Scale-Out. Distributed. Whatever the Name, it’s the Future of Computing. Taking the concept a step further, I recently started thinking [..]
What’s your definition of Cloud DR, and how far down do the turtles go?
WARNING – Opinion piece! No Cloud Holy Wars please! DR in IT can mean many different things to different people. To a number of people I have spoken to [..]