Pete Johnson

Pete Johnson is a Technical Solutions Architect at Cisco, covering cloud and serverless technologies. Prior to joining Cisco as part of the CliQr acquisition, Pete worked at Hewlett-Packard for 20 years where he served as the HP.com Chief Architect and as an inaugural member of the HP Cloud team.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Pete Johnson and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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Cloud vs. data center: How to know what’s right for your organization

Cloud vs. data center: How to know what’s right for your organization

Broad strokes about being all-in on public cloud or on-premises data centers don’t make sense any more.

Cloud strategy: hybrid and multi cloud are not the same

Cloud strategy: hybrid and multi cloud are not the same

But IT ops Is stuck in between the two.

Admin automation: the serverless low-hanging fruit

Admin automation: the serverless low-hanging fruit

Getting started with serverless computing.

AWS re:Invent and the 5 fronts of the cloud arms race

AWS re:Invent and the 5 fronts of the cloud arms race

Increasingly, the public cloud arms race is being waged on four fronts, with a fifth quickly emerging. All five had a healthy set of announcements at this year's event.

The multiple cloud mindset

The multiple cloud mindset

Utilizing multiple clouds has become commonplace, but as a strategy it’s not without pitfalls.

Mixing and matching massively hybrid applications: the future of cloud

Mixing and matching massively hybrid applications: the future of cloud

Numerous hybrid cloud studies tell us that companies aren’t choosing just one IaaS vendor. Instead, they’re choosing multiple, but they tend to think of the building blocks of choosing more than one as full applications. Really...

How the hybrid cloud has made the digital transformation possible

How the hybrid cloud has made the digital transformation possible

Competition in the 21st Century economy is fierce. Consumers are more tech-savvy than ever, as we all carry around more computing power in our pockets than Neil Armstrong took to the moon—and potential customers pay attention to...

The history of cloud: a fairy tale

The history of cloud: a fairy tale

This playful look at the history of cloud computing starts before the internet bubble, covers virtualization, and touches on containers. It identifies all the key constituents and discusses how their power has shifted over time from...

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