Here are 3 companies that implemented smart IoT solutions that enhanced the productivity and efficiency of their existing business process.
DevOps is often considered a "journey". Here are 3 examples of companies who found digital transformation at the end of theirs.
Stone Door Group experts to speak on a variety of cloud, DevOps, and open source topics including challenges of cloud migration, building serverless infrastructure, and implementing effective cloud security.
Red Hat OpenShift simplifies digital transformation. Here are 3 companies that are using OpenShift to rapidly adapt to a digital economy.
We help customers develop practical blockchain prototypes. Here are examples of enterprise blockchain projects in production that we find very interesting.
Stone Door Group has developed a comprehensive security blueprint for CIOs looking to deploy containers as part of their digital transformation strategy. #docker #kubernetes #digitaltransformation #devops
Stone Door Group will add their expertise and knowledge to the discussion around container security on the cloud.
Business Intelligence is often considered legacy technology, however from our experience, it is leading many digital transformation projects. Here are some trends we have observed on our customer projects.
Refactoring large production applications into modern DevOps microservices architectures can be a daunting task. Here are 3 considerations as you start the process.
Many enterprises are stuck at the digital crossroad with their legacy applications. We've deployed a lot of Red Hat OpenShift to migrate these brownfield workloads. If you're still stuck, here are a few reasons to consider OpenShift.
This is the third and final article in our series of posts where we demonstrate how you can upgrade your existing Docker CE environment to Docker EE without having to redeploy running services and applications.
This is the second article in our series of posts where we demonstrate how you can upgrade your existing Docker CE environment to Docker EE without having to redeploy running services and applications.
In this series of posts, we’ll demonstrate how you can upgrade your existing Docker CE environment to Docker EE without having to redeploy running services and applications. We’ll start with a set of servers running Docker CE engine using Docker Swarm, upgrade the engine to Docker EE, and then in part II install UCP and implement DTR in part III — the two major enterprise tools that are built on top of the Docker EE Engine.
Many consultants who are highly skilled in a specific technical domain can find it challenging to secure meaningful work if they are not also adept in growing their professional network.
New Ansible Accelerator solution transforms silos of automation tools into one powerful interface using one industry-standard language.
Organizations that are using Docker CE are now trying to figure out how to scale their Docker environment to meet the security and compliance requirements for enterprise production. In this article we’ll look at 3 reasons why Docker EE is a natural upgrade path from CE. We have also written a 3 part tutorial series for administrators to implement a Docker EE upgrade.
Let’s discuss three challenges with taking a homegrown approach to automation, and ways to get you strategically leveraging IT automation to support the needs of the business for years to come.
We continue with our case study of Main Street Hospital and their implementation of Blockchain to more accurately track drug shipments from manufacturers.
In this article, we will continue with our case study of Main Street Hospital and their implementation of Blockchain to more accurately track drug shipments from manufacturers.
This is Part 3 of a three part series on Jenkins, a popular automation tool that can unlock the power of CD/CI and DevOps workflows for the small/medium business, or for large enterprises.
This is the second of a three-part series on getting Jenkins installed and contributing to the workflow of your organization. Now we’ll look at the steps required to set up a rudimentary build pipeline, which is a popular use case for Jenkins.
This post is the first in a three part series on Continuous Deployment and Continuous Integration with Jenkins, containers, and microservices covering installation, general configuration that works for most use cases, and finally some advanced techniques that demonstrate some of the possibilities Jenkins provides for an enterprise CI/CD environment.
In the first part of this series, we discussed a few of the infrastructure components available in GCP. Now, let’s discuss some of the products that augment this infrastructure.
This is part 1 of a 3 part primer for IT professionals in a hurry. We will be discussing the minimum products and requirements for architecting on Google Cloud Platform.
Increasingly, IT services executives from the most innovative cloud, machine learning and DevOps software companies tell me they can’t find and train enough people to deliver their solutions to meet customer demands.
DevOps. Emerging cloud. Machine learning. Over and over, in my meetings with professional services execs across the country, I hear about the shortage of expertise in these emerging technologies. There are simply not enough skilled IT workers to fill these demands.