Marketing, Writing, and Business Services

Some of the work I do:
• White papers, research reports, web copy, solution briefs, business proposals, and so on
• Thought leadership articles and blogs (attributed or ghostwritten)
• Surveys and Research
• Moderating and presenting on live Webcasts
• Technology consulting

My goal is to be truthful and knowledgeable, offering thought leadership with an easy-to-grasp and compelling style. I conduct thorough research, consider the audience, and work with subject matter experts to comunicate a clear and concise message.

Twitter: @ericjbruno
In-depth software development articles at: Programming With Reason

How Containers Can Help Prevent the Next Cyber Attack

Eric J. Bruno
By now I’m sure you’ve heard of the Dyn outage that impacted large portions of the Web on Oct. 21, rendering some of the most popular websites unreachable. If not, there are plenty of write-ups that describe what happened. I won’t rehash the narrative here. What I would like to do, however, is discuss how this DDoS attack is bound to change the process of software deployment, as well as overall IT security standards — especially regarding the Internet of Things (IoT).

Docker offers solutions for top security risks

Eric J. Bruno
Containers are rising in popularity and for good reason. Container solutions such as Docker help to automate and control the deployment of software assets within an operating system and server environment. They provide the consistency, portability, and agility needed for both DevOps and cloud deployments. But with these benefits come container security concerns you need to tackle.

What is Docker and what can it do for your dev team?

Eric J. Bruno
Two important characteristics of the cloud are that it can be rapidly provisioned and elastic in terms of matching fluctuations in user demand. This means you should be able to quickly spin up new instances of your cloud application or service along with the resources needed to support it.

Is the cloud pendulum swinging back to private?

Eric J. Bruno
The hype and excitement for public cloud services has certainly grown, and past research shows that adoption has grown with it. But are businesses now reconsidering their approach?