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Gluware Network RPA to Take the Stage at ONUG Spring 2022 – The Future of the Network is Hyperautomation

Today kicks off the first day of ONUG Spring 2022, the premier biannual event for the ONUG Community. At this year’s conference, the enterprise cloud community will convene to discuss ongoing challenges and the application of solutions for some of the most pressing issues hybrid and multi-cloud enterprises face. As a co-founder of ONUG, I’ve […]

Map Your Organization on the Monitoring Maturity Model

How mature is your monitoring capability within IT? Monitoring has been around for decades as a way for IT operations to gain insight into the availability and performance of IT systems. However, according to a survey by Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), most enterprises find it difficult to determine the right monitoring strategy. Additionally, 65% of […]

Redefining Networking: The Move from Cost Center to Strategic Necessity

A transition is underway in enterprise networking. In the past, the focus of enterprise networks was on the connections between offices, data centers, and colocation facilities. With the emergence of cloud computing, IT leaders have grown accustomed to elastic scale, spending flexibility, and near-instant deployment. These experiences with cloud services are raising expectations for enterprise […]

5 Multicloud Challenges and How to Manage Them

Solutions for common problems that may be impacting your multicloud deployment and connectivity In 2022, the term “multicloud” is no longer a new one; by now, you are probably familiar with many of the advantages of this approach to cloud computing. Within this framework, an organization relies on cloud services sourced from more than one […]

TriggerMesh A Key Component In ONUG CSNF Demonstration

Open source integration platform standardizes multi-cloud security events The TriggerMesh team is excited to participate in our first ONUG this week. The event marks a significant milestone that caps several weeks of work by our engineering team with the Automated Cloud Governance WG on the Cloud Security Notification Framework (CSNF). Enterprises are multi-cloud, and Cloud […]

Oracle and Multi-Cloud Security at the ONUG Spring Conference

The growth of multi cloud deployments is undeniable. According to the 451 Research Voice of the Enterprise: Cloud, Hosting & Managed Services, Vendor Evaluations 2020 survey, 76% of companies are using two or more public clouds, with the average having 2.3 clouds in use. For larger organizations, these figures are even higher: those with more […]

Cloud Security 101

Managing cloud permissions and configurations As organizations evolve in the cloud, you will find the number of cloud services their teams use and identity permissions that need to be managed increase significantly. These services teams used to build and deliver applications are referred to as assets or resources. Configuring cloud assets, roles, and permissions doesn’t […]

The Start of a New “Rule-free” Era

No, I’m not advocating that we jump into a new society where there are no rules; that would be catastrophic. We know what “rules” are in the network and IT operations. They are all those things we need to program to define the operational boundaries of our infrastructure. We use rules to set acceptable or […]

Applying a Platform Approach to Intent-Based Automation 

Network Complexity Grows Unabated   All enterprise networks are growing increasingly more complex, expanding in breadth and depth from the edge to the cloud. The rapid adoption of multi-cloud architectures, Datacenter networks, SD-WAN, and other edge networking technologies have created new challenges for network operations (NetOps) teams. And all of this growth and technology change is […]

The Path to Security as Code:
One Company’s Journey

Companies everywhere are moving to the cloud. But they struggle to ensure their security, to comply with regulatory standards, and to protect themselves and their customers from data breach or disruption. Yet the pressure to migrate to cloud continues unabated, and with little tolerance for slowing innovation to get control of cloud risk. A new […]