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Friday, May 11, 2012
- SEPA reaps cost savings running Oracle on VMware
SEPA’s IT team was warned of the complexities of virtualising Oracle database and apps. But strategic design and testing helped it run Oracle on VMware vSphere and reap benefits.
- Interop 2012: Can putting video in the cloud save WAN bandwidth?
The number of devices supporting video is growing; an Interop 2012 panel discusses whether putting video in the cloud can help lessen bandwidth burdens over the WAN.
- Storage Radio: New EMC VMAX, XtremIO bought; Symantec customers riled
Storage Radio: Listen to this week’s storage headlines, including news about EMC’s VMAX 40K, its acquisition of XtremIO and Symantec user backlash.
- ICO fines Welsh health board £70,000 for patient record loss
For the first time, the ICO fines an NHS organisation for sending patient data to the wrong person.
- Red Hat's OpenShift cloud platform gets new strategy
Red Hat's OpenShift PaaS offers new strategy for the enterprise. Dell's OEM program adds Red Hat to roster.
- Bank of America IT exec: EIM drivers key to shaping project plans
The most effective programs are shaped by clearly stated business objectives, according to a senior information architect at Bank of America.
- Can Scrum change the world?
Read how Agile evangelist John Miller brought Scrum to a fourth grade classroom, teaching the students valuable lessons in teamwork, decision-making and managing work.
- App integration advisory: Use ESBs for message routing, translation
Middleware experts advise that an ESB can help a SOA, but it can be harmful if used in the wrong cases.
- Azure’s identity crisis and other cloud computing sound bites
Microsoft Azure wants to be called Loretta. No, that’s not true. Or is it? Find out that answer and other news overheard in the cloud this past week.
- Getting answers on HP OpenFlow and the HP 12500 data center switch
At Interop 2012 we uncovered the latest on the HP 12500 switch and learned what the HP OpenFlow strategy is really about.