On the Road Updates

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It’s been a month.

I’ve been on the road, unfortunately not taking a leaf out of the Jack Kerouac’s book. So it’s been nearly a whole month since I last posted on here. ┬ápartly because I went camping in the woods in Devon, and partly because I spent a good portion of that month either on client sites or living from a suitcase.

Time in the field is never wasted and I’m organising my thoughts before working on a couple of blog post ideas for this site.

Given one of my recent engagements was in the backup and recovery space, I think it’s fair to hint that I’ll be posting something regarding backup strategies particularly asking the question about the role of existing backup technologies in a cloud world.

It’s been a while since I talked TOGAF on here as well, so I’m hoping to put together a discussion piece for the Architecture Development Method (ADM), how that maps to high level/conceptual, low level/logical and build configuration/physical documentation and why keeping sight of requirements is so vital.

I’m also scheduled and booked into to attend a VCP-DCV course, I’m sure I’ll be sharing my thoughts on that also.

Simon