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Coda Global Employees Recognized as 2019 IBM Champions!

  Coda Global announced today that two of its team members have been named IBM Champions. Business Solutions Architect David Greenstein and Director of Global Marketing Liz Albert earned the honor for their passion and knowledge of IBM technology. The prestigious honor from IBM recognizes David and Liz not only as experts in the field,...

Moving Legacy Apps to the Cloud
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Moving Legacy Apps to the Cloud

By Rafael Cuevas, Lead Delivery Architect At Coda, we often have customers who come to us with questions about moving their legacy applications to the cloud. Most organizations today have investigated the cloud and know that, in the right circumstances, there are significant efficiencies and cost advantages that can be gained.  No matter what size...

Business Mobility: 5 Key Advantages
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Business Mobility: 5 Key Advantages

There’s no doubt the world has gone mobile, both in the consumer space and in the enterprise space. The rapid expansion of mobile technology and usage has led to an enterprise environment that relies on business mobility to remain competitive. Not only is a growing percentage of employees working remotely, which necessitates an enterprise mobility...

Promoting a Healthy Work-Life Balance in a DevOps Company
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Promoting a Healthy Work-Life Balance in a DevOps Company

Any company involved in transitioning to a DevOps culture has chosen to reap the rewards of faster software development life cycles and a rapid service delivery model. For some employees involved in the changeover, this is such a drastic shift in thinking that they struggle to find the rhythm or a comfortable fit, which can sometimes...

3 Considerations for Managing a Multi-Cloud Deployment
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3 Considerations for Managing a Multi-Cloud Deployment

The enterprise world is one that no longer recognizes physical walls and borders but instead is fluid, dynamic, and mobile. This new paradigm means business mobility is a must for any company that wants to remain competitive. The cloud has emerged to address this borderless business environment, but even the cloud is quickly morphing to accommodate...

7 DevOps Best Practices
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7 DevOps Best Practices

Agile software development and DevOps adoption are both a means to the same end for many enterprises. The goal is innovation. Technology has been the driver of most of the major business innovations that have happened during the past two decades, from collaboration to the cloud. Business innovation moves at the pace of technology advancement,...

5 Hybrid Cloud Management Scenarios
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5 Hybrid Cloud Management Scenarios

Enterprises have a variety of choices when it comes to choosing a cloud service, and they likewise have a choice when it comes to implementing the tools to manage their cloud deployment. For enterprises that choose a hybrid cloud model, there are five deployment scenarios around the available management tools that enterprises might consider to help make the...

6 Steps to Creating a Successful Enterprise Cloud Model
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6 Steps to Creating a Successful Enterprise Cloud Model

Avoiding downtime is one of the most critical factors when considering implementing cloud services. Unplanned downtime can cause enterprises hundreds of thousands of dollars, and evidence suggests the average cost per instance is increasing each year. The cloud is a potential solution for enterprises seeking to curb the increasing problem of downtime losses. In addition...

Network Automation’s Dependency on DevOps
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Network Automation’s Dependency on DevOps

For quite a long time, IT departments have struggled with application integration processes within the organization. Whenever a new project is built, a number of complexities stand in the way of a successful launch. Database connectivity, middleware issues, and architecture problems are historical sources of frustration.   Fortunately, there is hope. Transitioning to a DevOps...

Network Security: More Critical than Most Companies Think
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Network Security: More Critical than Most Companies Think

One of the most important, yet often undervalued, functions of any enterprise or organization is protecting itself from digital security threats. On the surface, most companies say the right things about their commitment to network security, but the actual level of commitment and funding for security initiatives is often less than it should be.  ...