SMBs and the Cloud: Addressing Migration, Complexity and Choice
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A RedMonk Conversation: Documenting the Alternative CloudKellyAnn Fitzpatrick of RedMonk and Andy Stevens (Technical Content Manager, Linode) discuss the importance of documentation to cloud providers (especially alternative cloud providers like Linode). Also covered: the tools Linode uses for its docs-as-code approach to documentation; how to avoid docs sprawl; and tips for creating a better documentation experience.
Hyperscalers and Alternative Cloud Providers: The Advantages of a Hybrid Model
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