August 14, 2014

The 2014 Application & Service Delivery Handbook

Dr. Jim Metzler, Webtorials Distinguished Research Fellow, has released the fourth installment of the 2014 edition of his Application and Service Delivery Handbook, featuring detailed research and analysis. Each of the first three chapters contains recent market research that identifies how IT organizations are approaching application and service delivery.  This publication provides an executive summary of The Handbook.

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After reading all your application delivery handbook. Your assumptions and strategy needs to be crisp when you architect your devOps, networking through cloud and mobile environments.

1. You must define what devOps needs cloud/mobile are seamless environment you create based on your business needs.

2. Resources in these environment are on-demand so remember to architect your policy not to overconsume resource and not release them with waging a war within your infrastructure.

3. You will need to appropriately manage: load-balancing end-2-end needs of the business thru governance.

4. Now let's see how all these will interact with our Internet of Things in providing continuum of services; you will need to have integrated plaform, network, applications.

A new nuance will occur to trigger your thinking of your initial baselines. extending this concept continuously will mean you will need to pay attention to how resources are managed.

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