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Thursday, August 11, 2011
- Amazon launches new cloud identity management functionality
AWS customers can now use their existing identity management systems.
- Automated software quality metrics a cure for slapdash software?
Can automated software quality metrics for gauging structural integrity cut development costs and reduce business risk? One consortium says they can.
- Keep manufacturing IT projects on time and under budget
Following these expert tips will help keep manufacturing IT projects on schedule and manageable.
- Oracle looks to further integrate Hyperion into BI suite
A recent Oracle Applications Users Group meeting on business intelligence and enterprise performance management shows that integration is still a big issue.
- NSEL NetFlow collectors gather telemetry from firewalls
As more firewalls support the NetFlow Security Event Logging (NSEL), NetFlow collectors will become a strong alternative to firewall log analyzers.
- Breaking cultural barriers to enterprise social software adoption
The barriers to enterprise social software adoption are more cultural than technical. In this Q&A, Caleb Barlow, IBM director of UC, explains how UC pros can overcome them.
- Customary data warehouse concepts vs. Hadoop: Forrester makes the call
Forrester analyst James Kobielus discusses traditional data warehouse concepts, Hadoop and the three best ways to start making sense of "big data."
- Cloud vendors rise to meet divergent demands of enterprises and service providers
Vendors tailor their cloud computing platforms to address the growing gulf between the needs of the enterprise and of the service providers.
- Hitachi GST adds its first MLC SSDs, and other data storage news
Hitachi GST and Smart Modular Technologies expand into multi-level cell (MLC) solid-state drives; EMC adds continuous availability software for Symmetrix VMAX; more storage news.
- Cloud providers and data sovereignty issues
Australian cloud provider Ninefold warn that understanding who has legal access to company and personal private data is not as simple as checking a box and selecting the 'in-country' option.