Composure.ai set out to solve the problem of workload placement across highly distributed systems. It looks at all the workloads, systems and devices that constitute an HDCC architecture as one logical computing system. But intelligently determing where to place workloads and whether to move data to logic or logic to data is extraordinarily complex because there are so many potential options and decisions..Read More
We are delighted to announce that MCO now offers SaaS solutions. It is a cloud computing offering that provides users with access to MCO instances that can optimize their current workloads. Users do not need to install MCO on their own clouds.Read More
Composure.ai provides enterprise grade optimization software for companies using multiple clouds. Our Multi-Cloud Optimizer (MCO) continuously and simultaneously optimizes cloud infrastructure, improving performance, minimizing cost and increasing security. It can be customized at run-time for various optimization policies and constraints.
We are excited to announce the release of a new feature of our Multi-Cloud Optimizer(MCO) that can help our customers to achieve significant savings in cost for containerized applications running on AWS.Read More
Next week at ContainerCon in Los Angeles, Composure.ai and Open Composure will be introduced to the container and open source communities. It’s a momentous event for the team formerly known as MosaixSoft, plus the dawn of a smarter and more elegant era for cloud architects, developers and everyone else involved with creating and operating cloud applications.Read More
McKinsey is out with a strategy for competitiveness in today’s digital world, calling for continual innovation in digital products and services. They’re right, of course, but in classic McKinsey fashion, they lay out the strategy without specifying the means for executing it.
This post helps fill that gap by describing the key system that companies need to succeed with McKinsey’s perpetual-evolution strategy.Read More
“Doing the right thing is more important than doing the thing right,” said Peter Drucker. The legendary management savant could have been speaking about container orchestration, as the cloud operations world will soon discover. Till now, the industry has been obsessed with container launch speed, i.e., “doing the thing right”. This focus on launch speed is soon to be superseded by a focus on quality of scheduling decision, i.e., “doing the right thing”.Read More
Today we introduce Optima, the cloud industry’s first polydimensional scheduler.
I call Optima the scheduler for the complex world, which is to say, the enterprise world of heterogeneous apps running on dynamic and/or heterogeneous infrastructure. That’s a world I know well, including the pain it creates for both dev and ops.Read More
The scheduling problem in the context of enterprise networks is hard. The difficulty can be captured in one word: heterogeneity. There are several aspects along which heterogeneity needs to be supported.Read More
Self-service IT is an idea whose time has come, albeit in a transformative new way. Let’s start with the fact that today’s developers utilize an increasing variety of public and private cloud resources in creating custom apps and services. Plus they are allergic to human-based processes. Taken together, these developments lead to chaos and loss of control. Addressing them necessitates that IT turn itself into a cloud services provider, more about which laterRead More
IT has amnesia. It’s like the movie 50 First Dates. Drew Barrymore wakes up every morning with no memories of the prior day. Adam Sandler sets out to woo her. Every day, he has to start over nearly from scratch. 50 First Dates is a romantic comedy, so he gets the girl in the end. But the course of romance is achingly slow.
Does achingly slow progress sound familiar?Read More
Mercedes-Benz case study to highlight benefits of Composable Clouds
MosaixSoft is pleased to announce our sponsorship of ContainerCon, part of the Open Source Summit that also includes CloudOpen. The conference will be held from September 11 - 14 at the JW Marriott L.A.
“Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler.” — Albert Einstein
Applying Einstein’s famous admonition to cloud computing, it becomes clear why cloud infrastructure is needlessly complex to operate. The systems to operate it employ incorrect abstract...Read More