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 […]

Will the real DevOps please stand up

There’s a reason why DevOps is one word. The reason is that it’s one team: a DevOps team that is accountable for both development and operations. Over the past decade I’ve seen a lot of companies doing DINO: DevOps in name only. Sure: there’s a Kanban-board with colorful sticky notes (or if you’re lucky teams […]

Why DevOps is like Miles Davis – or the Swedish Chef

I finally got my Miles Davis tattoo. He was missing on my inked ‘music arms. And whilst the needle scribbled up and down my skin, I thought about my favorite album. It’s probably the weirdest album ever made: Bitches Brew, rightfully subtitled ‘directions in music by Miles Davis’. It’s acclaimed to be one of the […]

We’re moving back… on prem – but with what?

(originally published in December 2019) IT is all about cycles. Let me illustrate that from my own experience. I’m in the business now for over twenty years. When I started off, the big thing was – really – mainframes or a-like systems. Big iron that could contain multiple workloads. One of the first big projects […]

Cracking Enigma in the Quantum Era

Every encryption specialist must have heard about Enigma, an encoding machine already developed in the twenties by a company called Chriffriermaschinen AG but mostly known by the use of the Nazi’s during World War II. Eventually, after almost six months of hard work Alan Turing and his team managed to crack the code used by […]

Multi-Cloud Strategy for Cloud Architects

Jeroen Mulder

Multi-Cloud Strategy for Cloud Architects is my latest book. This new edition is focused on helping you stay in control of your cloud environments by using the concepts of BaseOps, FinOps, and DevSecOps. You’ll learn how to develop, release, and manage products and services in the major public clouds Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Google Cloud Platform (GCP), whilst optimizing costs and maximizing security using the various tools and services that these cloud providers offer.. It’s for sale now on

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Books by Jeroen

Multi-Cloud Administration Guide: Manage and optimize cloud resources across Azure, AWS, GCP, and Alibaba Cloud

In today’s landscape, organizations are embracing multi-cloud strategies to harness the advantages offered by multiple cloud providers. If you want to develop the necessary skills and expertise in managing multi-cloud environments, then this book is tailor-made for you. This is a comprehensive guide that equips you with the knowledge and skills needed to manage multiple […]

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.