Day: August 14, 2020

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Leave it to scientists to take the most pragmatic route to solve a problem. Geneticists were having a bear of a time using Microsoft Excel to catalog and shift through details of various human genes because the names of those genes were being mistaken by the app as dates and automatically reformatted.

Rather than suffer in silence or wait for Microsoft to adjust Excel to their needs, the entire genetics community decided instead to rename 27

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A reference architecture for multicloud

Today’s definition of multicloud depends on who you ask. This is not a new trend. Whenever a new technology gets some hype, suddenly there is semantic confusion. 

My definition is a bit more holistic than most: Multicloud is a collection of public clouds, private clouds, and legacy systems (yes, I went there). Two or more public or private clouds must be present to be true multicloud. Legacy systems are optional but also good to include.

A charted representation of my definition looks like this: 

multicloud architecture David Linthicum

Something I’ve learned over the years is that frameworks of any kind have to

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