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New Fluid Design and Fluid Evaluation pages and Fluid Architecture diagram

Please see the new Fluid Design and Fluid Evaluation pages. Original posts have been converted and updated as pages for constant updates. Suggestions and questions welcome on these and the Fluid Architecture diagram Advertisements

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EMA Monitoring Practices (Best is usually usual, not Best)

EMA Monitoring Practices (Best is usually usual, not Best) External and self monitoring monitor applications internal perspective monitor apllications user perspective monitor the monitoring Monitor full infrastrcuture stack monitor all functions of all Infrastructure components monitor any application delivery points … Continue reading

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Fluid Computing – Evaluate, The Critical Missing Project Task

Post on the Evaluate, usually missed critical Project step in progress, expected by 1/1/18 as good a date as any to improve a default IT Project template 1. Vision 2. Requirements 3. Design 4. Evaluate 5. Proposal 6. Order 7. … Continue reading

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Fluid Computing Product List

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Good to be Back…

I am glad to be back, its been a very long time, 7 years since the first posts and a lot has changed and incredibly a lot has stayed the same and Cloud Computing is still in debate. Private Cloud … Continue reading

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Enterprise Monitoring Architecture (EMA) If you don’t Monitor you can’t manage and if you can’t manage you cant use it Enterprise Monitoring Architecture Scaleable, Vendor Agnostic,¬†Monitoring Framework Cloud computing, especially private/hybrid cloud computing, consists of shared hardware, so monitoring becomes … Continue reading

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Private Cloud Design Rules

Private Cloud Design Rules The design goals are to deliver maximum total IT efficiency, a combination of Cost Savings, Agility, Redundancy, and Efficiency (operational efficiency).¬† All the rules are meant to be followed as one. The first rule of Private … Continue reading

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