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07.30.2015
Over the last couple of months, CloudHealth Technologies has had the honor of being recognized for excellence in several categories. In June, we were honored by the Boston Business Journal as a Best Place to Work and in July, we were honored in two categories for the MassTLC Technology Leadership...
Mass TLC
07.21.2015
Just last month, I had the privilege of accepting Boston Business Journal’s Best Places to Work award on behalf of CloudHealth Technologies – a true honor. Last week, I am proud to say we were also recognized by MassTLC! CloudHealth Technologies was recognized as a finalist in two categories of the...
CloudHealth Technologies_CoreValue
07.16.2015
  How do you define your organization? Unfortunately, too many times organizations define themselves by their brand, their product and according to the markets they serve. They are able to consistently articulate these facts, but they miss the key component and unique differentiator for what...
AWS Summit Berlin
07.10.2015
Berlin is a very hip city with a buzzing startup scene: a new startup is founded every 20 minutes and the industry is set to produce 100,000 new jobs by 2020. This was the fourth year for the AWS Berlin Summit. After last year, the Summit's registrants doubled in size and needed to be moved to a...
06.19.2015
by Eric Goode As every CFO knows, much of a company’s success is somewhere between balance sheets and income statements. The objective for a CFO is to manage cash flow and establish proper controls and guidelines. So what do you do when your cloud expenses are hard to track, difficult to allocate...
Clouds sprawl
06.09.2015
by Brendan Dyer   One of the key fundamentals to cost effectively managing a large-scale cloud environment is the ability to align your costs and organize resources in ways that mirror your business. With tagging, Amazon Web Services (AWS) gives you a way to categorize your resources into...
06.05.2015
by Pardees Safizadeh Cloud computing solutions have given organizations more flexible, scalable, and efficient ways of managing data than traditional IT service management solutions. As more and more organizations transition their entire data centers to the cloud, they are experiencing new cloud...
05.19.2015
by Dan Phillips In my last post we discussed the benefits of defining a management framework for customers using the cloud at scale. In this post we will examine the four steps we’ve identified for this framework. We will also build out the reporting and policy requirements most commonly...
05.14.2015
by Dan Phillips There’s an evolution taking place in the traditional IT service management (ITSM) market.  As the cloud market matures and gains momentum across traditional enterprise organizations, an ecosystem of services and tools have emerged to form what we now see as cloud service...
05.07.2015
by Evan Iannuzzi In my last two posts I explored the foundations of reserved instances and uncovered their cost benefits to single and multi account holders. The last installment in this series aims to remove the headaches and tediousness of planning a Reserved Instance...

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