At first glance, you may have thought the title was a typo – “multi” prem? Not on-prem? Not cloud? You may also be wondering what multi-prem software even means. It’s a legitimate question that begs a deeper explanation. Over the past 20+ years, I’ve witnessed firsthand the evolution of software development and delivery from monolithic
In our previous posts, we’ve gone through all of the considerations you should explore when it comes to on-prem software delivery and management––from planning to maintenance––and now it’s time for the big decision. Who will get the rose: an outside vendor, or your internal team (and do they even want it?) Read on for the
So far, we’ve explored cost, time to market, internal resources, and business continuity. Do you have a clear favorite at this point? Have you crossed all of your t’s and color-coded all of your Gantt charts? Keep an open mind as we move forward because we’re about to get into execution. And this is where
In our last blog post, we talked about how on-prem software for the enterprise isn’t going anywhere. This $400 billion industry dwarfs enterprise SaaS, but it doesn’t often get the attention it deserves. Let’s show it some love. Join us as we explore the biggest question of on-prem delivery and management: is it better to
Historically, delivering on-prem software has meant building bespoke, manual processes for every customer environment; costing time, resources, and money. Thanks to new, off-the-shelf solutions, delivery, and management have gotten easier than ever. But is buying the right move for your company? In this blog series, we’ll help you determine if you should build or buy.
At Replicated, we closely track happenings in the cloud native space given that we use cloud native technologies to deliver and manage software on-prem. (We like the on-prem term because it neatly sidesteps the tiresome on-premise vs. on-premises debate.) That’s why some of the findings in the latest Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) survey caught