Profile of Bill KleymanWriter/Blogger/Speaker
Member Since: 11/18/2013
News & Commentary Posts: 11
Bill is an enthusiastic technologist with experience in a variety of industries. This includes data center, cloud, virtualization, security, AI, mobility, edge solutions, and much more. His architecture work includes large virtualization and cloud deployments as well as focusing on overcoming emerging business challenges. Bill enjoys writing, blogging, and educating colleagues around everything that is technology. During the day, Bill is the Director of Technology Solutions at EPAM where he works with AI, machine learning, blockchain solutions, DevOps, cloud, and advanced technologies to help engineer the digital future. Bill's whitepapers, articles, video blogs and podcasts have been published and referenced on WindowsITPro, Data Center Knowledge, InformationWeek, Network Computing, TechTarget, Dark Reading, Forbes, CBS Interactive, Slashdot, and many others. As an active member of the technology industry, Bill was ranked #16 globally in an Onalytica study of the top 100 most influential individuals in the cloud landscape; and #4 in a different Onalytica study reviewing the industry's top data security experts.
Articles by Bill Kleyman
Barring a heavy-handed approach to the recent acquisition, IBM and Red Hat can do some amazing things in the market.
Time spent working on DevOps projects has opened a window into some common mistakes that organizations make when trying to deliver a true DevOps initiative.
Advancements in the cloud sector and interest in DevOps have organizations wondering how the two initiatives can work together.
Some of the roadblocks to a successful DevOps initiative have nothing to do with technology or the IT group. Business unit leaders and executives have to get involved in the initiative as well.
It's time to get control of your application development processes and stop the code creep with DevOps.
DevOps requires some hard work and tough choices, but in the end can keep a business competitive and innovative.
When one cute little source for data gets you thinking about the world of really big data.
Success with IT initiatives isn't just about creating data; it's about making good use of that data.
Becoming a digital entity isn't just about buying new technology, but also means creating new and advanced competitive capabilities by aligning technology processes with the business.
A takeaway from an Interop ITX panel discussion: Data isn't a commodity to work with, but is a vehicle for unifying IT and the business at large.
Get ready for more shifts to hybrid clouds, new ways to ensure regulatory compliance, and software-defined everything.