tag >> hybrid-cloud
December 29th, 2020
Red Hat's David Egts explains why moving to the cloud and embracing open source can help agencies achieve success on the Carahsoft Community Blog.
- Cloud Smart, Cloud Strategy, FedRAMP, GovForward Multicloud Series, Hybrid Cloud, Multicloud, Open Source, Red Hat
October 26th, 2016
Government now realizes it simply can't risk the increase of vulnerabilities involved in using legacy systems. Hybrid environments provide the stepping stone to cloud that these organizations need.
June 7th, 2016
Adding to this paradox, agencies are rapidly migrating to the cloud to become more flexible and reliable while cutting capital costs. With data stored in hybrid and private cloud environments, security is again transforming. In light of these changes, it can become a real temptation to take “trust no one” at its face value and lock down all content.
January 27th, 2016
At last year’s Red Hat Government Symposium, FedRAMP Director Matt Goodrich spoke about how critical it is for agencies to understand their data before moving into the cloud. Agencies need to take stock of what data they have to make informed decisions about what information can move to the cloud.
December 1st, 2015
The promise of efficiency and cost savings of an estimated $5 billion annually resonates with everyone in government, but there are other concerns that can stall the move to the cloud. Typically, these obstacles to adoption stem from priorities within agency leadership.
May 27th, 2015
While security concerns have long been named as the long pole in the tent in terms of cloud adoption, we’re seeing more and more mention of accountability as a key question in how and what to move to the cloud. Federal buyers in particular want to know how vendors will support them if and when things go wrong.
May 5th, 2015
Red Hat’s Chief Strategist for Red Hat US Public Sector, Gunnar Hellekson recently sat down with American City and County Magazine to talk about the current state of cloud use in government.
December 10th, 2014
The VMblog recently asked me to share my thoughts on the future of cloud for their cloud prediction series. A couple of my thoughts have a unique impact on how the government uses and deploys cloud.