Serverless Days Amsterdam

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Join Nordcloud at Serverless Days Amsterdam that focuses on the reality of serverless based solutions.

One day, one track, one community

ServerlessDays Amsterdam is a developer-oriented conference about serverless technologies. It takes place in Amsterdam on the 29th of March.

You can find the detailed agenda here.

Date

March 29, 2019

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Microsoft Ignite Stockholm

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Join Nordcloud at Microsoft Ignite in Stockholm on April 24-25.

MICROSOFT IGNITE | THE TOUR STOCKHOLM

Get the latest insights and skills from technology leaders and practitioners shaping the future of cloud, data, business intelligence, teamwork, and productivity.

Explore the latest developer tools and cloud technologies and learn how to put your skills to work in new areas. Connect with Microsoft community to gain practical insights and best practices on the future of cloud development, data, IT, and business intelligence.

100 + deep dive sessions and workshops and 350 + experts. See the complete list of sessions here.

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April 24-25, 2019

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Stockholmsmassan

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Google Cloud Next ’19

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Google Cloud Next ’19

Google Cloud Next ’19 brings together some of the brightest minds in tech for three days of networking, learning, and problem-solving. Connect with thousands of IT professionals and executives across industries while engaging in deeper technical content, hands-on learning, and more access to Google experts than ever. Whether you’re an engineer, entrepreneur, or somewhere in between — discover the endless opportunities to be inspired at Google Cloud Next ’19.

If you’re interested to hear how Nordcloud helps you build your cloud on the infrastructure that powers the world’s biggest search engine, contact Lars and book a meeting with him already beforehand!

› Lars Oehlandt, lars.oehlandt@nordcloud.com, +358 40 747 0704

Date:
April 9-11, 2019

Location:
Moscone Center, San Francisco


					

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Nordcloud zum dritten Mal in Folge im Magic Quadrant von Gartner

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Der 2019-Bericht Magic Quadrant für Public Cloud Infrastructure, Professional und Managed Services, Worldwide, hat 19 verschiedene Anbieter bewertet.

Nordcloud erreichte die höchste Platzierung im Quadranten der Nischenspieler.

Laut Gartner „konzentriert sich dieser magische Quadrant auf MSPs, die über tiefes technisches Know-how mit hyperskaligen Anbietern, effektive Cloud-Management-Plattformen (CMPs) und Managed Services verfügen, die nach Möglichkeit Automatisierung nutzen. Die MSPs müssen auch in der Lage sein, Cloud-optimierte Lösungen bereitzustellen, unabhängig davon, ob ein Kunde neue Cloud-basierte Anwendungen nutzt oder ältere Workloads aus einem bestehenden traditionellen Rechenzentrum migriert. Es sind eben diese Kompetenz und technische Integration, darunter auch die Nutzung der API-fähigen Automatisierung von hyperskaligen Anbietern, die diese MSPs von Data Center Outsourcing (DCO) Anbietern unterscheidet. Klassische DCO-Anbieter bieten in der Regel Lösungen an, die hyperskalige Anbieter weitgehend so behandeln, als seien sie lediglich Virtualisierungsplattformen.”

Unsere hyperskalige, fokussierte MSP-Strategie mit der Ausrichtung auf den europäischen Markt stellt sicher, dass unsere Kunden lokalen Zugang zu den Möglichkeiten erhalten, den Erfolg ihrer digitalen Transformation zu steigern und gleichzeitig die IT-Kosten zu senken.

Jan Kritz, CEO von Nordcloud

Laut Gartner „werden bis 2024 mehr als 50 % der Cloud-Service-Deals, gegenüber 10 % im Jahr 2019, sowohl Anwendungsentwicklungsdienste als auch professionelle und verwaltete Cloud-Infrastruktur-Services umfassen.“

„Wir glauben, dass Nordcloud zum dritten Mal in Folge im Magic Quadrant gelandet ist, weil wir Cloud-Infrastruktur und Cloud-Anwendungsentwicklung zusammenführen, um unseren Kunden Full-Service-Cloud-Transformationen anbieten zu können. Dies wird voraussichtlich innerhalb der nächsten fünf Jahre bei den meisten Geschäften eine wichtige Rolle spielen“, sagt Jan Kritz, CEO von Nordcloud. „Unsere hyperskalige, fokussierte MSP-Strategie mit der Ausrichtung auf den europäischen Markt stellt sicher, dass unsere Kunden lokalen Zugang zu den Möglichkeiten erhalten, den Erfolg ihrer digitalen Transformation zu steigern und gleichzeitig die IT-Kosten zu senken.“

Nordcloud auch von der Financial Times anerkannt

Die Anerkennung des Magic Quadrant ist die neueste, die Nordcloud erhalten hat. Zuvor hatte die Financial Times die Nordcloud unter den 1000 am schnellsten wachsenden Unternehmen in Europa (FT1000) im März 2019 positioniert.

Nordcloud ist eines der weltweit seltenen Unternehmen, die Partnerzertifizierungen mit allen drei führenden Hyperscalern vorweisen kann: Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud und Microsoft Azure. Nordcloud ist in zehn europäischen Ländern tätig und beschäftigt über 420 Cloud-Experten.

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Gartner unterstützt keine Anbieter, Produkte oder Dienstleistungen, die in seinen Research-Publikationen dargestellt sind, und empfiehlt Technologieanwendern nicht, nur die Anbieter mit den höchsten Bewertungen oder anderen Bezeichnungen auszuwählen. Gartner Research-Publikationen bestehen aus den Meinungen der Forschungsorganisation von Gartner und sind nicht als Tatsachenaussagen zu verstehen. Gartner übernimmt keine ausdrückliche noch stillschweigende Garantien in Bezug auf diese Forschung, darunter keine Garantien der Marktgängigkeit oder Eignung für einen bestimmten Zweck.

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Talent Acceleration Program – Azure Whiteboard Day

This week was the start of something special. An opportunity to grow my skills into a technology that I had never been given the chance to get into. The cloud is not just the flavour of the month, but it’s a revolution, and anyone who has worked in the IT industry can tell you that the cloud is next stage for all companies.AzureWhiteboardDay_1 I was lucky enough to be part of this program at Nordcloud, the Talent Acceleration Program. It takes in IT professionals with different backgrounds, some with a bit of cloud experience, some with next to no experience, but all with one thing in common – a drive to learn and be part of this revolution.

Transforming into a Cloud Engineer in 6 weeks

The program consists of 6 weeks of intense cloud training. By the end of it, you’re on a cloud implementation team as a Cloud Engineer. Sounds too good to be true right? Well… it’s true, and it’s pretty awesome. It just shows that the resources are valued more than anything else.

I want to talk about a specific day that we experienced. But before that… a bit of context.

Throughout the week we had been going through Azure Fundamentals (Introduction to Microsoft Azure for IT Professionals 10979). From subscription and billing through to creating resource groups and web apps. It was full on from the get-go. For many in the room, it’s completely brand new information. And there’s a LOT of information.

After modules were discussed and explained by Jarkko Girs (Certified Azure trainer @Nordcloud), we had labs to perform a specific exercise based on what we had just learned. The labs were getting more and more difficult each time, but we are all still managing!AzureWhiteboardDay_2

Modernize a company’s web app infrastructure

But especially one day (Thursday of week-1 to be specific), was a fantastic learning day. None of us knew what to expect from that day’s session, but I think I can speak for everyone when I say that we all left with our heads held high and a much deeper understanding of what to expect with our day-to-day work.

Teemu Tapanila (The Azure Guru from Nordcloud Helsinki office) ran the show. I don’t think I’ve ever met someone who smiles as much as he does… I think this is because he knew what we were in for. He jumped straight in with telling us that we’re gonna have interesting tasks to accomplish.AzureWhiteboardDay_3We were all assigned into teams. 3 members each. Referencing more to our location than anything else. I was Team Poznan. Felt like I was running for a national football team, but with only 3 players (would make an interesting match… but I digress). Our first task…

Modernize a company’s web app infrastructure. We had reference materials, and after a short discussion about what the company has, what they want to achieve, it was our job to plan full architecture for this company.

There were many technical details to this assignment which I won’t get into… but it made us think… what is this company not telling us? At least in my experience, clients never give you the full picture, or at least tell you at the last minute a change to the plan. It’s hard to break from that mindset.AzureWhiteboardDay_4After going through with the team, we kept asking ourselves “what about this, what about that”, “what do they mean by this” “do they really want that?”… It’s only now that I realize that maybe we thought too much about the task ahead, and should have taken it at face value.

A blank board

As we were going through, we had nothing written on our board. We were still too busy trying to figure out what the customer didn’t want while making lists of questions and answers. We looked around, whiteboards were already being drawn on, some crazy maps and architecture designs… we looked at ours. Time to start writing. AzureWhiteboardDay_5We got through it, and we had a good plan. Although, the way it was drawn on the board made certain things unclear, in which we were questioned about. It was expected.

I genuinely felt comfortable about speaking out to the class… already been with this bunch a few days now, not a problem right? The moment that invisible mic was in front of me, and that imaginary spotlight was shining on me, I started to choke. Because I realized that while we were writing all this out, it made sense but when I looked at it now, it made no sense. So I tried to make sense of what we drew even though I knew full well what we had drawn.AzureWhiteboardDay_6It was a good plan. It could work, but… it would have been rather expensive. Luckily while talking, Pawel jumped in at a few moments to save me. I’ve never been a good public speaker.

As we went around the groups, I’m seeing some amazing designs and thinking… why didn’t we think of that? I had a couple of questions for the other groups to try and understand their thought process behind their design. It allowed me to widen my gaze to more possibilities.AzureWhiteboardDay_7DON’T OVERTHINK NEXT TIME – I said to myself after the task.

Teemu went through it all. Explained the “true” answer to the task at hand, and proceeded to explain what each element was in that answer. Incredibly enlightening.

We then started talking about costs. Money is definitely an interesting subject when it comes to Azure, and although I think most of us knew the basics of it all – with using that Azure calculator – we really didn’t know where those costs were most effective. But it was fully explained, and I believe we all started to acknowledge where certain aspects of Azure Services can save the client a lot of money, and where some certain services (*cough* API Management *cough*) are just ridiculous in costs.

We went out for lunch. A break after that intensive exercise was definitely needed.

Migration to the cloud

After lunch though… in my eyes we were given a much tougher task to accomplish. A full assessment and migration plan for a company with incredibly old, outdated on-prem technology to the cloud.

For me, this was interesting. I’ve done migrations before, but not to the cloud. Only to new on-prem infrastructure. So I’ve got the client experience in dealing with such a hefty task. But on paper… migration to the cloud is a LOT easier than a domain migration. So it shouldn’t be too much of an issue, right?

Phew… Luckily, both Pawel and Lukasz were on the ball. Pawel had already done a P2V migration before, and Lukasz definitely knew the best approach. With our experiences, we had this in the bag… Until we started overthinking again. I think we asked Teemu like 50 questions about what the client wanted.

We ended up giving the client a choice. Do they want a lift and shift while they sort out their in-house development issues, or do they want to go full-on cloud. We were confident in what we presented. And luckily this time it was Pawel’s turn to talk.

Apart from one quick change at the end of our design which got questioned, we had a good plan for the situation. And as we went around the room with the other teams, it seemed that everyone was on the exact same setup when it came to offering both a lift and shift or full migration (some offering both, some offering one or the other).

It at least made me feel confident knowing that the whole room was on the same page with what we had learned.AzureWhiteboardDay_8If we go back just 4 days, I wouldn’t have been able to tell you what “lift and shift” was, and yet here we were, writing a design based off that method (not the cleanest method mind you, but it suited the task at hand).

Teemu was an excellent and engaging teacher, and I do hope we see more of his whiteboard sessions in our time here. If anyone hasn’t experienced it, I highly encourage them to do so.

Exercises like this really help to quickly pick up topics. You need to google for answers sure, but that’s exactly what anyone would do when they are stuck, even at a project level. And when you do, you learn quickly as to what tools and methods are available out there to help you accomplish what you need to accomplish.

Kind Regards,
Geraint Jones – Cloud Engineer @Norddcloud

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Stereotypes that still prevent women from pursuing IT

Many young talents are lost when girls don’t even consider IT industry as one of their options due to stereotypes. I, for one, almost became one of those. For the International Women’s Day, I want to share my story to encourage people to see past stereotypes.

The number of women in IT industry has stayed steadily low for a couple of decades. One would think that as Nordic countries have high gender-equality, the gender gap in technical professions would slowly narrow. It has been proven to be the other way around: societies with high gender-equality empower women to pick whatever career they want*. 

As women are expected to be people-oriented and men to concentrate on gadgets, women are usually steered towards careers in the care sector and men in technical fields respectively. Stereotypes play a strong role here: the IT industry is seen as lonely hacking, including a lot of mathematical calculations – and filled with introverted professionals, usually men.

As a professional in IT industry, I can say that none of these are necessarily true. But for teenagers thinking about their future profession, stereotypes might feel so strong that they don’t even question them.

That’s what happened to me. It is only by luck that I came to study IT.

How I discovered there’s more to tech

In high school, you could say I was interested in programming. I spent a lot of time making funny little games and building a website with friends I had never seen but only communicated with online. Still, I thought that a career with computers would mean sitting in a desk alone, not allowed to talk to customers, or to any people for that matter. And I didn’t bother to ask.

As girls usually, even when I was good in math, I was even better in reading and writing, and I wanted a career with social contacts. I had a vague dream about a career in literature. And no one questioned it – maybe because of my gender. That dream didn’t come true but instead lead me to apply for IT studies, without me even realizing it was IT that I was applying for.

IT industry has evolved a lot since 2006 when I was thinking about my next step in education. Since IT is everywhere, there are lots of different roles and tasks. Developers are most on demand, but there are many other roles in IT that don’t include programming at all. Instead, all roles in the IT industry include a vast amount of communication with other people, including developer role.

IT professionals don’t create IT products for other IT professionals – rather, they make the products for customers. A programmer needs to understand the problem for which the customer wants to have an IT solution. That is the most demanding and rewarding aspect of my work: understanding and helping the customer.

This is what I wished from my career as a teenager, and surprisingly I got it from the IT industry.Nordcloud Johanna Kaihlavirta

What all young women should know about IT

I’d like to tell my 18-year-old self and today’s teenagers, that in my job as a software developer, I discuss with customers on a daily basis. I influence their business by building tools for them, which sometimes results in exponential positive impacts. In programming, I get to take care of tiny details and be precise. At the same time, I get to hold the big picture in my head and design building blocks for things much larger than I could achieve on my own. I get to solve logical problems, impact the quality of my team’s work and ensure good communication practices.

I’d like to tell the world, that in my IT job, I have a great time with great colleagues who share same interest and values as I do, and who value my input and experience and help me grow better every day. I would tell any human pondering about their future: ignore stereotypes – investigate yourself. What did you find? Did you like it? Will you presume on your dream despite stereotypes?

* The Atlantic & Olga Khazan (2018) The More Gender Equality, the Fewer Women in STEM,  https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2018/02/the-more-gender-equality-the-fewer-women-in-stem/553592/

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Nordcloud positioned in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for the 3rd consecutive year

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This is the third year in a row Nordcloud has been included in this report

 

2019 Magic Quadrant for Public Cloud Infrastructure, Professional and Managed Services, Worldwide report evaluated 19 different vendors.

Nordcloud achieves highest placement for its ability to execute in the Niche Players’ quadrant.

According to Gartner, “this Magic Quadrant is focused on MSPs that have deep technical expertise with hyperscale providers, effective cloud management platforms (CMPs), and managed services that leverage automation, where possible. The MSPs must also possess the ability to deliver cloud-optimized solutions, regardless of whether a customer is deploying new cloud-native applications or migrating legacy workloads from an existing traditional data center. This depth of expertise and technical integration, including exploiting the API-enabled automation of hyperscale providers, distinguishes these MSPs from data center outsourcing (DCO) providers. Traditional DCO providers usually offer solutions that largely treat hyperscale providers as if they were simply virtualization platforms.”

According to Gartner, “by 2024, more than 50% of cloud service deals will include both application development services and cloud infrastructure professional and managed services, up from 10% in 2019.”

“We believe Nordcloud has landed in the Magic Quadrant for a third year in a row because we combine cloud infrastructure and cloud application development in order to provide full-service cloud transformations to our customers. This is expected to be a key feature in the majority of deals within the next five years” says Jan Kritz, CEO, Nordcloud.

“Our hyperscale focused MSP strategy and European market focus ensures our customers get local access to the capabilities to drive success on their digital transformation while reducing IT costs.”

Nordcloud recognized also by Financial Times

The Magic Quadrant recognition is the latest acknowledgement Nordcloud has received. Previously, The Financial Times positioned Nordcloud in their 1000 fastest growing companies in Europe (FT1000) listing in March 2019.

Nordcloud is a rare company worldwide to have audited partner certifications with all three leading hyperscalers: Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure. Nordcloud operates in 10 European countries and employs over 420 cloud experts.

 

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OnBoard Kubernetes Engine | Stockholm

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Join Nordcloud at OnBoard Kubernetes Engine – Stockholm on March 28This free-to-attend, one-day event will provide you with industry best practices and tips to accelerate your ability to design solutions using Kubernetes!

OnBoard Kubernetes Engine | Scandic Continental

OnBoard Kubernetes Engine – Stockholm is a free full-day enablement and training event that will give you understanding of containers and Docker, an overview of Kubernetes Engine technology, deploy to Kubernetes Engine and setting up continuous delivery.

OnBoard Kubernetes Engine has been designed for IT Managers, Systems Engineers and Operations professionals, Developers, Solution Architects and modern business leaders who are exploring cloud solutions or are new to Google Cloud Platform. Leveraging the GCP Kubernetes Engine course, the event will provide you with the technical training you need to get started as well as access to tips and tricks, industry best-practice and questions and answers from the Google Cloud team.

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Google Cloud Platform Breakfast Seminar | Copenhagen

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GCP Breakfast Seminar at our Copenhagen Office

With proper governance in place, your business is able to shorten the time to market and start consuming next-generation cloud services, such as Machine Learning. A guest speaker from Google will be presenting the business value that can be achieved with GCP’s advanced Machine Learning tools.

Since 2011, Nordcloud, a Google Cloud Premier Partner, has completed more than 1000 successful cloud deployments. Nordcloud has worked with Europe’s largest enterprises, e.g. most of OMXN40, to harvest the full benefits of the public cloud, such as increased security, agility, scalability and reduced costs.

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March 28

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2900 Hellerup

 

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Google Cloud Platform Webinar

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Google Cloud Platform Webinar

With proper governance in place, your business is able to shorten the time to market and start consuming next-generation cloud services, such as Machine Learning. A guest speaker from Google will be presenting the business value that can be achieved with GCP’s advanced Machine Learning tools.

Since 2011, Nordcloud, a Google Cloud Premier Partner, has completed more than 1000 successful cloud deployments. Nordcloud has worked with Europe’s largest enterprises, e.g. most of OMXN40, to harvest the full benefits of the public cloud, such as increased security, agility, scalability and reduced costs.

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