Cloud Infographic: The Journey To Cisco Certification Success Cloud Computing Certification And Future Job Opportunities… Market Prediction: Cloud Technology to offer 14 Million jobs by 2015 Source: INE, Inc. Providers of Cisco Certification Training.
What Prompted Sony’s Move from Amazon to Rackspace? From HP’s announcement to invade its territory (See: HP Seeks to Give Amazon Competition with a New Public Cloud Service) to the loss of a big client, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is facing multiple challenges to its hegemony. While HP’s move may still be some weeks away, the decision by Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA), which manages popular games such as Grand Theft Auto IV and Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, decision to move some of its cloud workload from AWS to Rackspace OpenStack will have immediate repercussions to revenue, and
The Journey to the New IT: Four Key Observations I do not think anyone who is currently working in IT right now would disagree with me that a transformation is in progress. There would probably be a heated discussion on what that transformation is, or where it is headed, as this transformation can mean different things to different companies. Let’s talk about what GreenPages is seeing with our clients and how this can help you make sure this transformation works in your users’ favor. Here are four main changes I have noticed: 1. Users are now the focus, not applications or
New Cisco Unified Computing System Innovations Help Customers Build Clouds, Deploy Business Applications Faster Additions to Cisco Unified Computing System portfolio quadruple memory capacity, double switching capacity and simplify management for large-scale UCS deployments SAN JOSE, Calif. – March 8, 2012 – IT organizations today are striving to establish data centers that support virtualization and cloud computing to become more competitive and agile, reduce the cost of physical infrastructure, and support the demands of data growth and Big Data analytics. Cisco today announced innovations across the Cisco Unified Computing System™ to deliver a third-generation fabric computing platform– which integrates network, compute, virtualization and management– to address these challenges and help
Education and Society: Why Both Need Technology Educational institutions are critical to the development of the society itself. As a matter of fact, to say that they are critical is an understatement: education is, after all, the backbone of progress of development. What does this mean? How can education be the backbone of progress itself? First of all, the societies are complicated networks. They are complicated because societies are lived in and are run by people who are unique. Basically, living in a society is trying to live in perfect harmony with others whose minds and hearts may or may
TOSCA and Friends setting up Hybrid Cloud Standards In a move that reminds me a lot about the movie quote “When there’s no way out, you find a deeper way in“, TOSCA, IBM, EMC and Cisco have indicated their support for Hybrid Cloud portability standards and specifications. Following on the heels of TOSCA or Topology and Orchestration Specification for Cloud Applications, the group is looking to set up another document on Cloud interoperability. This time around, the document in question will focus on making hybrid cloud services more portable and interoperable between providers. This includes drafting a template for interoperability
Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 4 This is the fifth in a continuing series on startups raising funding. You can read the first four in the series here: 1. Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 3 2. Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 2 3. Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money: UPDATE 1 4. Cloud Computing Startups Raise Big Money Today, there are two startups in focus – Puppet Labs and Twilio. Puppet Labs (http://puppetlabs.com): If big name investors are a sign of startup street cred, then Oregon-based Puppet Labs has it in spades. It recently
iPad Manufacturer Looking Towards Cloud Computing Most people reading this article would be wondering why we would say that Apple’s entering the cloud computing now; after all, there have been articles galore, many on this website itself, covering Apple’s move to the cloud earlier with the predictably-named iCloud. Here are a few of them: 1. Taking a Closer Look at the iCloud 2. iCloud: Present Situation No, when I say “iPad manufacturer”, I refer not to the company that designs, markets and sells the most popular piece of electronics today, but to the company that actually builds the product –