Friday , 28 April 2017


The Frog Releases the Whale; Docker Users Now Have a One-Stop-Tool for All Technologies

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– Shlomi Ben Haim, CEO of JFrog, says: JFrog, which provides world-class infrastructure for software management and distribution in open-source, on premise and SaaS cloud solutions, added Docker support to its popular Bintray distribution-as-a-service (DaaS) platform. When combined with JFrog’s Artifactory binary repository management system, organizations can now manage Docker images with a powerful end-to-end solution that supports all technologies. ... Read More »

The Bigger They Are, The Harder You Fall – Enterprise Hosts in Glass Houses Shouldn’t Throw SLAs

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Enterprise Hosts in Glass Houses Shouldn’t Throw SLAs – Adam Stern, founder and CEO of Infinitely Virtual, says: Signing on with the industry’s largest players – the companies with the vast networks, the far-flung data centers, the affections of Wall Street and the brand recognition that so many smaller organizations covet – is both logical and, sad to say, sometimes not so ... Read More »

Survey Says: Agile and Continuous Integration Have Altered How Dev Approaches Testing

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– Jim Cerna, CEO of Sauce Labs, says: Today, software professionals who are responsible for ensuring web and mobile application quality are bombarded with a myriad of challenges. They are dealing with the sheer volume of browser versions and device types that are employed by users, the pressure to deliver their apps to market faster, and many are undergoing structural ... Read More »

T-Systems, SAP integrate connected car and logistics platforms in Internet of Things deal

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SAP and Deutsche Telekom’s enterprise IT-focused subsidiary T-Systems announced a deal that would see the two team up to develop a cloud-based Internet of Things platform aimed at the logistics sectors. The companies intend to integrate SAP Connected Logistics software with T-Systems’ connected car solution, which will form the foundation of a cloud-based logistics networking platform. The platform will stream ... Read More »

Enterprise Hosts in Glass Houses Shouldn’t Throw SLAs

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The Bigger They Are, The Harder You Fall Enterprise Hosts – Adam Stern, founder and CEO of Infinitely Virtual, says: Signing on with the industry’s largest players – the companies with the vast networks, the far-flung data centers, the affections of Wall Street and the brand recognition that so many smaller organizations covet – is both logical and, sad to say, ... Read More »

Who Will Lead Cloud Computing? Business And IT Have Different Ideas

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Cloud Computing – Joe McKendrick, author, independent researcher and speaker, says: IT executives: We’re going to lead you into the cloud. Business executives: Thanks, but we’ve got this covered. A new survey of 930 executives suggests that business leaders are moving as quickly as they can to cloud-based solutions, regardless of whether their IT departments are along for the ride. This apparent disconnect ... Read More »

Meeting Storage Demands with Web-Scale Architecture

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Storage Demands – Stefan Bernbo, founder and CEO of Compuverde, says: Gartner predicts that the Internet of Things (IoT) will include 26 billion units installed by 2020 and that this fact will transform the data center.  The impact of the IoT on storage infrastructure will create an increasing demand for more storage capacity. The analyst firm also predicts that by ... Read More »

Solving the Mystery of Cloud Solutions for Businesses

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Mystery of Cloud – Dave Paulding, of Interactive Intelligence, says: The cost and functional benefits of migrating services to the cloud have been well documented, but as more solutions are introduced to the market, choosing the right one is presenting many businesses with a real challenge. The industry is becoming increasingly crowded, so we have simplified the research process and ... Read More »

Managing a Distributed Denial of Service Attack

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– Bill Barry, executive vice president of Nexusguard, says: Large scale hacking incidents are repeatedly making the news, which is naturally causing concern among data center operators. While the media often focuses on hackings that go after vulnerable systems (the big Target breach), Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks don’t always receive the same coverage. This is an oversight, as organizations such ... Read More »

Five IT Automation Predictions for 2015

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– Ben Rosenberg, President of Advanced Systems Concepts, says: 2014 has been another year of growth and change for the workload automation industry. As the industry continues to evolve and mature, we are seeing workload automation becoming a necessary staple for most enterprises. According to leading technology analysts, 2015 promises to continue the trend of digitalizing business. From cloud computing ... Read More »

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