Thursday , 22 June 2017

Enterprise AnyWare – Solving Today’s Unpredictable IT Challenges

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The Flexible Architecture for Containerization Management – Meghan Matheny, spokesperson for Moka5, says: One of the universal truths of today’s Enterprise is that client computing has become highly dynamic and unpredictable. Whether it’s a salesperson constantly on a plane, or someone at headquarters bringing their MacBook from home, the confluence of multiple client platforms, multiple employee types, and multiple operating scenarios, ... Read More »

Open Source Looks for Real Time Replication

Real Time Replication

Real Time Replication – Robert Hodges, CEO of Continuent, says: The open source community – and all those who thrive in the MySQL marketplace are looking closely for new technology approaches that will help them achieve real-time integration between operational database systems and Hadoop.  Rapid loading of data into Hadoop enables effective analytics and is becoming increasingly crucial, as Hadoop itself raises the ... Read More »

Data Migration to the Cloud and Security’s Importance

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Data Migration to the Cloud – Patrick Kerpan, CEO, CohesiveFT, says: When we first started using AWS public cloud and other virtualized environments in 2006, we weren’t sure what kind of data and workloads our enterprise customers would migrate to the cloud. Some early industry watchers predicted the entire IT operation would move in one leap, others thought only non-critical, internal ... Read More »

A Closer Look at IaaS, PaaS and SaaS

IaaS, PaaS and SaaS

IaaS, PaaS and SaaS – Natalie Lehrer, a senior contributor for CloudWedge, says The cloud industry is becoming saturated with buzzwords. With so many terms ending with the phrase “As a Service,” it can become difficult to remember what means what. Here is a short guide to help you with the ‘big three’: IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. IaaS: Infrastructure as a Service ... Read More »

For High Availability, Two Clouds are Always Better than One

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High Availability – Orlando Scott-Cowley, Director of Technology Marketing, Mimecast, says: Two is always better than one, right? Well, maybe not always, but when it comes to the cloud computing in the enterprise, two is the way to go. No matter how high the SLA, at one time or another, all cloud-based services will experience an outage, in the same way that ... Read More »

Cloud Collaboration: A CMO’s Perspective

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– Ali Moinuddin, CMO at Workshare, says: Nearly two years ago, Gartner predicted that the CMO will spend more on IT than the CIO by 2017. While this was particularly surprising in 2012, advanced technologies are now more accessible to marketing professionals than ever – and we have three years to go. In the past, technology was out of reach for marketers’ ... Read More »

Private cloud? Check out OpenStack orchestrator

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OpenStack orchestrator – Cloud Expert Diego Andres Sonvico, says: Today, companies are looking at all the different ways to be in the cloud. You might choose to start with a private cloud, but, given the expected evolution of cloud computing, you might want to seriously consider implementing this private cloud with an OpenStack orchestrator. By doing so, you can avoid closing the ... Read More »

Data Backup and Mobile Data

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Data Backup and Mobile Data Recovering Information Whenever and Wherever It’s Needed – Chris Grossman, Senior Vice President of Enterprise Applications, Rand Secure Data These days, smartphones and tablets are commonplace in the office. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives are widespread and many organizations issue company-owned smartphones and tablets to employees, as well. Unfortunately with corporate data residing on ... Read More »

Tiered Storage in Private Clouds

Tiered Storage in Private Clouds

Tiered Storage in Private Clouds – Randy Bias,  CEO and Co-founder of Cloudscaling, says: Fall of last year I wrote a controversial whitepaper detailing my concerns about how distributed storage was being marketed.  The blog introduction and the whitepaper were both entitled Converged Storage, Wishful Thinking, and Reality.  There was a certain amount of expected blowback from folks at RedHat and Ceph as well as more thoughtful ... Read More »

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