Cloud Computing

Hyperscale or Enterprise - Which Cloud is Best for Your Business?

John White
Read Time 1 min.

The cloud provider landscape is complex and constantly evolving. To meet the performance demands of legacy compute workloads and to control cloud costs, many businesses are opting for hosted enterprise clouds instead of the mainstream hyperscale options provided by AWS, Azure and Google Cloud. During our recent webinar, I was joined by Carl Brooks, Analyst with 451 research,...

VMware CloudSpot Podcast with Expedient's John White

John White
Read Time 1 min.

Listen to John White, Expedient’s Chief Innovation Officer, and Guy Bartram, Director of Product Marketing at VMware, discuss Expedient’s evolution as a VMware Cloud Provider Partner on VMware’s CloudSpot Podcast. More information on the podcast is available on VMware’s blog here.

Repurposing IT - How cloud-based VMware infrastructure enables better strategic focus

Doug Theis
Read Time 4 min.

How strategic is your IT team? Ask two questions to get a sense of your strategic value: Ask the employees in your organization whether they feel like Information Technology makes the organization run more effectively. As an IT professional, ask yourself whether your IT team helps your organization get the most out of its critical business applications. If...

Infrastructure as Code: Four Ways to Automate VMware Cloud Management

Mike Garuccio
Read Time 6 min.

For years, IT infrastructure provisioning was a manual process.  This made sense when deploying a new server meant placing a purchase order, waiting for gear to arrive, racking the new gear, and then finally applying a bespoke configuration to support a new workload.  However, now that most workloads are moving to the cloud, new VMs can be provisioned in...

Expedient Enterprise Cloud vs. On-Prem VMware

Mike Garuccio
Read Time 9 min.

The Business Case for Turnkey Infrastructure as a Service Just about everyone in IT has used VMware’s vSphere to build and/or operate an on-premise or colocated cluster at some point or another. vSphere enables you to take a group of hosts, form them into a cluster, and run virtual machines on top. vCenter server provides some great features like...