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Cloud Computing Evangelist, Blogger and Lecturer at IAmOnDemand.com. Ofir has extensive experience helping ISV companies with cloud adoption and management. Today, Ofir is a Senior Vice President and Chief Evangelist at Newvem. Prior to this Ofir led ClickSoftware's On-Demand initiative and established the company cloud offering. He also held several positions at Zarathustra - SaaS development, including the company CEO.
The thoughts are his own and don’t represent anyone or anything he is currently associated with.
By Ofir Nachmani on February 13, 2014
What drives the creation of countless apps, tools and platforms in the IT market today? The ever-growing web as well as the `consumerization of IT` provide end users with an abundance of options and full discretion. We now understand the vital need to internalize the concept of spreading knowledge and information across a variety of […]
By Ofir Nachmani on January 10, 2014
Last month, I attended the OpenStack summit in Tel Aviv. This was yet another great event brought to us by the brilliant Gigaspaces team (especially @shar1z) headed by one of the most important cloud evangelists in Israel and the world, @natishalom. OpenStack aims to provide the ubiquitous open source cloud computing platform for public and private clouds. Wikipedia […]
Posted in Analysis, Business, Enterprise, Featured Posts, Infrastructure, Platforms, Strategy, Trends & Concepts | Tagged aws, cloud computing, cloudscaling, Coopetition, LivePerson, Mirantis, opensource, openstack, randy bias, vmware | 2 Responses
By Ofir Nachmani on December 11, 2013
I recently had a discussion with a few very interesting cloud professionals from CloudEndure about the changes that the cloud and AWS in particular, bring to the table in terms of business continuity and high availability. In one of my discussions with Ofer Gadish, the company’s CEO, we exchanged information regarding the current state of […]
By Ofir Nachmani on August 14, 2013
The public cloud market is young, despite AWS’ growth and current worth of a few billion dollars. Most of the enterprise’s IT resources are still hosted on the organizational premise supported by VMware hypervisor. The enterprise hybrid challenge is hidden in the cloud utility model’s basic notion of hardware as software, whereas legacy application topology, […]
Posted in Enterprise, Featured Posts, Platforms | Tagged Amazon Web Services, Bessemer Venture Partners, cloud computing, hybrid cloud, Hypervisor, Norwest Venture Partners, public cloud, Ravello, Ravello Systems, Sequoia Capital, vmware
By Ofir Nachmani on July 17, 2013
Cloud brokers were recognized and described by Gartner analysts as the `Intermediary services that support fast cloud adoption`. From their customers’ perspectives cloud brokers are the system integrators (SI) or the `cloud enablers` that support fast adoption and maintenance of cloud technologies. For example, the independent software vendor (ISV) can benefit greatly from a cloud […]
Posted in Enterprise, Featured Posts, Infrastructure | Tagged accenture, amazon, amazon cloud, Amazon Web Services, business, cloud, Cloud Broker, Cloud brokerage, cloud computing, Cloud Ecosystem, gartner, IT MSP, managed services, reuven cohen, system integrator | 1 Response