In December 2019, Cloudbrew took place in Mechelen (Belgium). Hosted by the AZUG user group and proudly sponsored by AE, Cloudbrew is an annual – and free – two-day cloud conference that focuses on all things Microsoft Azure. This year’s edition saw Koen Verbeeck, one of our very own consultants, take to the stage with a session on ‘Moving Data around in Azure’, in which he explored some of the various methods of moving data from one service to another. Did you miss out on the event? Not to worry. In this blog post, we gladly summarize Koen’s findings for you!
Cloudbrew 2019 - How to move data around in Azure
Hackathon 2018: Team Remedus
The AE Hackathon gives customers and prospects 36 hours to come up with an innovative idea and a minimum viable product. The fifth edition of the Hackathon took place in June 2018. In this series, you will meet all the participants.
Hackathon 2018: Team Colruyt
June 2018 marked the fifth edition of the AE Hackathon, which challenges customers and prospects to come up with an innovative idea and a minimum viable product within 36 hours. This series puts each participating team in the spotlight.
No need to fear Cloud Computing?
In the context of AE's migration to Office 365, we have been studying legal impact of moving to the cloud. Since a lot of our customers are in the same situation, I wanted to share our findings with all of you via this blog.
Although it is a common assumption that the Patriot Act gives the US unlimited access to your data, the actual impact of the Patriot Act is negligible.
From server virtualization to hybrid cloud
Last week I attended the AE Foyer of Matthias Pyck, "From server virtualization to hybrid cloud". Matthias Pyck is one of the pioneers in the Belgium Cloud scene. This blog takes you through the story of Matthias. Showing you a way to the Cloud.
A few weeks ago Gartner gave an insight of what we can expect in Infrastructure & Operations (I&O):
"By 2017, 50% of I&O teams will be eliminated or have major budget reductions because they are viewed as outdated, high-cost, legacy support organizations."
The conclusion / warning for the I&O teams was:
"Improve or Perish"