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Starting With The End In Mind: Part 4

Starting With The End In Mind: Part 4

In this article series, we are unpacking ideas and strategies for reducing the duplicative cost of running data center infrastructure while building and provisioning one’s cloud infrastructure (also called the Migration Bubble). This article in particular investigates...

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Starting With The End in Mind: Part 3

Starting With The End in Mind: Part 3

Over the next three articles, I’ll discuss the individual components of each solution designed to bust the migration bubble. To recap, the migration bubble describes the duplicative cost associated with operating on-prem data center infrastructure while building,...

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My Assets Are Killing Me: Part 2

My Assets Are Killing Me: Part 2

Are My Data Center Assets Worth the Book Value? IT leaders or their colleagues in finance often ask about the value of their installed IT assets. With ReluTech being the recognized worldwide leader in evaluating used IT equipment, it would seem like a fairly...

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Avoid Overpaying for Data Center Hardware: Part 2

Avoid Overpaying for Data Center Hardware: Part 2

It's Time to Retire Your IT Assets In my last article, I discussed how to increase the lifespan of your IT environment and avoid overpaying for hardware. But sadly, you may find yourself thinking it’s time to “retire some assets” that gave you 5, 6, or maybe even 8-10...

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Starting With The End in Mind: Part 2

Starting With The End in Mind: Part 2

How has ReluTech adopted AWS’ “working backwards” philosophy? In my last article, I mentioned the working backwards philosophy; a value creation method where the problem solver begins at the finish line and reverse engineers the process back to its original position....

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My Assets are Killing Me: Part 1

My Assets are Killing Me: Part 1

Why is 2020 different? In my introduction to the series, I discussed the incredible march of technology progress over the past 55 years, predicted by the famous Moore’s Law. In that time period we have seen processing power increase by approximately 40% a year....

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