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Tailored Brands is one of the leading omni-channel retail companies in the world with an unparalleled portfolio of iconic menswear brands, including Men’s Wearhouse, Jos. A. Bank, Moores Clothing for Men and K&G. With more than 11,000 employees and 1,000 locations across the globe, obtaining real-time data to analyze and support the company’s operational efficiency is essential for delivering a high-quality customer experience.
Automation is a key component in the management of the entire software release lifecycle. While we know it is critical to the Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery process, it is now becoming equally essential to the underlying infrastructure you depend on. As automation has increased, a new principle for managing infrastructure has emerged to prevent environment drift and ensure your infrastructure is consistently and reliably provisioned.
Serverless computing is the latest, greatest thing in the technology world. Although the serverless concept has been around in one form or another for more than a decade, the introduction of serverless platforms from major cloud providers—starting with AWS Lambda in 2014—has brought serverless mainstream for the first time.
Organizations that deploy SIEM systems know this uphill climb well. Deployment typically takes 18 months, and more than half of these SIEM deployments fail. A major friction point is the big hardware refresh every three to four years, requiring all configurations & customizations be saved. With the refresh, you must update hardware, software, rules, patches, among others, and that usually renders the SIEM unusable. If you magically get the SIEM working on the first cycle, it may fail on the next. Or when you stop pedaling.
We are a multi-cloud managed services provider (MSP) that works strictly with Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Microsoft Azure. We’ve been working with enterprise public cloud leaders in Europe since 2012 and our goal is to provide fully managed public cloud transformation to our customers. This comes in many forms, including infrastructure automation, and application development and managed services that take an IP-driven approach to public cloud provisioning, optimization and ongoing management.
We have released 11 brand new Google Cloud Platform (GCP) applications to the existing Sumo Logic App Catalog. We continue to see momentum and adoption of multiple cloud providers by our customers and this release reinforces our commitment to providing our customers with continuous intelligence of their business regardless of where their applications modern and cloud infrastructure data reside — from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to Microsoft Azure to Google Cloud.
The cloud is an attractive proposition not just for enterprises, but also for startups looking to disrupt markets. Leveraging the cloud, innovative startup teams can disrupt legacy business models and markets by reducing cost and time to market. Most developers have a very good understanding of Amazon Web Services (AWS), but not too many have taken the plunge into Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and its offerings yet.
Containers are portable assets that let you design and deploy with little overhead from your development team. They take your monolithic code base and turn it into several lightweight modules that you can more easily manage and interconnect without worry of one small module taking out your entire application. This gives you more granular control of your code, but it also means that you have several moving parts as part of your platform.
2017 has been the year for Kubernetes. The orchestrator has become the top orchestration platform, and whenever someone says that they work with Kubernetes, ears start perking up. Docker is still relevant (specifically Swarm mode for orchestration features), but Kubernetes is viewed as a stronger platform.