1002 IT Professionals from Infrastructure and related technologies Only 82% were multi-cloud the year before Hybrid was only 71% the year before
Notice the decline of on-prem physical and VMs What are cloud machines, other than enhanced VMs??
Only 1% of companies have no cloud strategies planned. SaaS will be controlled, often by the original vendors that can lock customers into their cloud platform. SAP = Hana. Azure = Microsoft, Linkedin, Slideshare…. Oracle=EBS, Peoplesoft, OBIEE. Amazon is taking large chunks out of each.
Amazon and Azure own this race, but a price war could shake up the future of which cloud our data resides. Almost 70% of the market is owned by Amazon and Microsoft- Azure doubles each year, up 93% in 2016, expected $20 billion for 2018 During Amazon S3 outage, it wasn’t Azure or Oracle that benefited, but Google, which increased its business over 12% in just two days.
Linode, Intel, Datamation
Armor used to be Firehost, cybersecurity company and best practices AT&T has joined with Juniper Networks Centurylink Hostway is based off Microsoft technology and has sold to a number of health and mobile companies
Examples like Capital One, Live Nation and Ancestory, (which explains Jeremiah’s obsessions with genealogy? )
GDPR is going to be full force by spring, 2018 and there are still many questions, as well as lacking best practice on encryption and masking. Every cloud project I’ve been on, there have been challenges with either network latency, firewall and security issues, etc. Network skills and hardware are behind the cloud curve
Data is heavy- data gravity, in both definitions are holding it back, either due to complexity or weight.
Some are waiting for the pressing cloud wars to give them a better choice, waiting for hardware purchases to come out of date.
And yet we state that we won’t need DBAs? That data isn’t the center of challenge?
Per Forbes, by the year 2020, about 1.7 megabytes of new information will be created every second for every human being on the planet. more data has been created in the past two years than in the entire previous history of the human race. That data has to be stored somewhere and there’s a large chance it’s going to be in a relational data store.
Along with what we cover in this list, what isn’t in this list?
Amazon? DynamoDB is at #22 Redshift is #33 Aurora is #64 CloudSearch is #86 SimpleDB is #91
They’re holding steady or falling a place or two. What does that tell us?
Table partitioning, logical replication, improved parallel query, enhanced password hashing, (SCRAM-SHA- 256 Autonomous transactions Multipmaster cluster with sharding Pluggable storage engine, (columna, in-memory, etc.) Page-level compression Temporary table performance overhaul. Amazon has not only gone full in 4/2017, just released management and performance monitoring console.
Anybody getting a ton of MongoDB email promotions lately?
One cloud engineer for a large software company shaved $300,000 off of a $2.5 million cloud bill by monitoring his consumption. As we go along, we’re going to discuss difference in how consumption is calculated.
Arrow Electronics is now doing 30% of their business doing audits of cloud environments.
All packages include Oracle Database Transparent Data Encryption. Standard package includes the Oracle Database Standard Edition 2. Enterprise package includes the Oracle Database Enterprise Edition, Data Masking and Subsetting Pack, Diagnostics and Tuning Packs, and Real Application Testing. High Performance extends the Enterprise package with the following options: Multitenant, Partitioning, Advanced Compression, Advanced Security, Label Security, Database Vault, OLAP, Advanced Analytics, Spatial & Graph, Database Lifecycle Management Pack and Cloud Management Pack for Oracle Database. Extreme Performance package extends the High Performance package with the following options: RAC (Real Application Clusters), In-Memory Database, Active Data Guard.
The snowball and the snowmachine exists for a reason…
There are a ton more, but these are the ones I tested and found to be best of all paid and open source for monitoring. There are licenses and fees with many of these.
Not able to execute powershell commands without agent installation on Azure, but agent is not required for standard monitoring.
Well-known for a range of monitoring and management tools.
Data can only be processed if there is at least one lawful basis to do so. The lawful basis for processing data are:
the data subject has given consent to the processing of his or her personal data for one or more specific purposes. processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is party or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract. processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation to which the controller is subject. processing is necessary in order to protect the vital interests of the data subject or of another natural person. processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in the controller. processing is necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by the controller or by a third party, except where such interests are overridden by the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject which require protection of personal data, in particular where the data subject is a child.
Or does it shift the problem toward authentication and authorization?