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Why cloud posture management should be top of mind in 2023

You are in the cloud with your organization. And yes: you did think about securing your workloads in the cloud. Installed firewalls. Applied zero-trust principles with, for example, least privilege. Antivirus. Antimalware. Intrusion Detection. DDoS protection. Everything. And that’s good. Trust me, if you have done all that, you are probably more advanced than a […]
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Writers update

It’s been a while since the last post. The reason is obvious: I’ve been writing. A lot.  Happy to share the news that the book ‘Transforming Healthcare with DevOps’ has been officially released and now available as both physical and e-book.  But there’s more! For publisher Apress I’ve been working on a book about modern […]

Why we wrote a book about transformation of healthcare

Let me take you back to 2020. For many amongst us this was the year of COVID-19. For me it was a year in which I learned that the human body is utterly fragile, even if you take good care of it. I already had my share of health issues, but I did overcome these […]

The power of periodic tables

In chemistry class we all had (assumption) to learn the periodic table of elements. I think it’s about five years ago when I first spotted a periodic table that didn’t loo quite like the thing that I learned at school. The concept was copied to a table with DevOps tools by XebiaLabs. Today, the periodic […]
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Writer’s update

We’re in the midst of the holiday season. Obviously, I’m taking some time off as well – and luckily we are allowed to travel again, so spending some quality time with family in respectively Denmark, Sweden and later this year in Hungary’s wonderful capital Budapest. But the holiday seasons for me mostly mean time to […]

Searching for ikigai: a personal note

I’ve been searching for Ikigai for quite some time. For those of you who haven’t got a clue what I’m talking about: Ikigai is often referred to as something to get out of bed for. Something that makes life worth living. These are big words, but in its very essence it’s about passion. Ikigai binds […]

Why the Amex Armegeddon is a Blessing in Disguise during Digital Transformation. 

(And a fantastic driver for implementing a #FinOps practice) Most cloud consultants and architects will recognize this. Well, I hope they recognize this. We all have our own accounts in one or more public clouds such as AWS, Azure and Google Cloud (GCP for short). I run small demo environments in these clouds and I […]

Multi-cloud 2.0

In 2020, just at the start of the pandemic, I started writing my book about multi-cloud architecture and governance. The reason: I couldn’t find books that explained the differences between the big public clouds Azure, AWS and Google Cloud and how I as an architect could benefit from services in these different clouds.  I simply […]

About a mission

Crazy times.  Well, the good news is that we are leaving the pandemic behind us. I did choose those words really carefully: we’re leaving the pandemic behind us, however the pandemic is not leaving us. A massive amount of people still get COVID19. It’s certainly not over yet.  And then there’s this madness at the […]

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Jeroen Mulder

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Books by Jeroen

Multi-Cloud Architecture and Governance

Everything about multi-cloud, leveraging AWS, Azure, GCP and on premise solutions.

Enterprise DevOps for Architects

Learn how to implement DevOps on enterprise scale.
Transforming Healthcare with DevOps

Transforming Healthcare with DevOps

A practical guide on how to embrace the complexity of healthcare, along with technology.