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Thursday, June 21, 2012
- Data center pros push systems automation limits with Chef
Whether they automate disaster recovery or ensure continuous delivery of applications, data center pros push Opscode’s Chef beyond simple configuration management.
- Service providers anticipate SMB demand for big-data cloud analytics
Cloud providers hesitate to declare that big data analytics will be the next big adoption driver for cloud analytics, but the area still hints at opportunity.
- Citrix may add CloudGateway mobile device management, exec says
Citrix sees mobile application management as the wave of the future, but customers aren't ready. So, the company may give them what they want: mobile device management.
- How Hyper-V, Surface and Windows Phone impact Microsoft's relationships
With a bevy of announcements this week, Microsoft asserted its position in the market – but at what cost to partners and customers?
- Platform as a Service evolves from development to application management
PaaS has been pitched as a development platform, but it is capable of so much more -- application management.
- Cisco WebEx Social: Bringing social collaboration to Quad
Cisco announced mobility and document sharing updates to Cisco WebEx Social, a rebranded version of its Quad enterprise collaboration platform.
- Building on OpenFlow, FlowVisor offers path towards open network virtualization
Network virtualization tool FlowVisor boosts software defined networking by allowing easy slicing of physical networks into multiple logical pieces.
- Adobe stresses personalization at digital marketing conference
Experts recommend taking time and making the most of data to market digitally.
- UGNazi hacker group claims responsibility for Twitter outage
A hacktivist group known as UGNazi claims responsibility for multiple Twitter outages today, though Twitter has denied any attacks on its service.
- Harman listening to SAP EIM for supplier, materials data management
Harman, a maker of consumer and professional-grade electronics, had a master data problem made worse by separate SAP landscapes for each of its three divisions.