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November 09, 2017
Enterprise cloud company Nutanix has hosted its .NEXT 2017 conference and exhibition on the balmy shores of the Cote D’Azur in the French city of Nice. Alongside key announcements focused on ...
October 31, 2017
AWS' P3 instance unveiled in October provides extra compute power for heavy workloads -- but these capabilities don't come cheap.
August 30, 2017
A new IBM hardware-oriented cloud infrastructure aims to deliver more competitive cloud-based services, as the company races to catch market rivals.
December 02, 2016
Experts predict multicloud computing will be a top enterprise trend in 2017, but some cloud users question whether the touted benefits are worth the jump over significant IT management hurdles.
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If your organization uses different configuration management software for development and operations, you're not alone. Even better, it's no engineering feat to migrate to one main tool. Continue Reading
For some IT teams, the lines are blurry when it comes to the monitoring features of three new Azure tools. Learn when to use Azure Advisor, Monitor and Resource Health. Continue Reading
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Some enterprise network managers are beginning to move networking out to the cloud, as they sort out how to best meet their organizations' evolving infrastructure needs. Continue Reading
A growing number of network managers have their heads in the cloud, and that's a good thing. Cloud-based networking technologies are emerging to help solve a number of enterprise problems, and organizations are busy exploring what "the networked cloud" will mean for them. While some network pros are dipping cautious toes into the cloud-based networking waters with individual, subscription-based services that integrate with their existing infrastructure, others are rolling out technology that lets them manage the migration of their applications to the cloud with a high degree of visibility and control. This edition of Network Evolution examines how cloud-based networking can make network managers' lives easier in a new era of IT.
Also in this issue, find out whatever happened to the legacy voice engineers of yore, since voice over IP technology threatened to render their traditional circuit switching skills more or less obsolete in the 1990s. We catch up with a few such professionals who -- far from phoning it in -- learned new skills that took their careers in unexpected directions.
And last but not least, we explore Microsoft's upcoming Azure Stack release -- and whether it could become a major player in the software-defined networking space.Continue Reading
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In this excerpt from chapter 10 of Handbook of System Safety and Security, editor Edward Griffor discusses cloud and mobile cloud architecture and security. Continue Reading
A new breed of tools eases the complexities of managing cloud infrastructures, including security. Continue Reading
Cloud computing is poised to reap the benefits of open source tools. Our expert describes five tools, including KVM, Eucalyptus and Deltacloud, to keep an eye on. Continue Reading