How Performance Issues Impact Cloud Adoption Cloud computing is continually changing the way IT services are provided. The initial promise of cloud computing was the ease of Internet service delivery and of simplified service management. A current challenge a company can face is related to how to incorporate cloud computing into their integrated business and IT strategy. It is necessary to develop an enterprise cloud adoption strategy in order to grow and stay competitive. According to an IDC survey, Availability, Performance and Security are the three main problems when it comes to cloud adoption. The risk of data loss and
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Storing And Consolidating Your Data All That Data: It Has To Go Somewhere Mass effect it all has to go somewhere Word is that the internet is filling up. Okay so that might be a stretch, but is it really? About a year ago the internet gurus from around the globe realized that when you open a website, take up room, host something or do anything else on the net, it takes up space. Not a ton of space but enough that slowly but surely all that information becomes a giant mess that has to go somewhere. But where does
The Cloud Awaits: Storage For The Growing Virtualized Infrastructure Growth is a good situation for organizations to experience, but growth is not easy and presents challenges. Today, virtual environments in many industries are growing, and organizations are increasingly deploying VMware virtualization to help consolidate IT, improve business flexibility, increase application availability, and reduce costs. After virtualizing test and development environments, and other applications, many organizations are now eager to extend the benefits of virtualization throughout the data center, creating an end-to-end virtualized IT environment and setting the stage for cloud computing. To succeed, organizations must adopt a storage platform that can be tightly integrated with virtualized servers. That storage platform must be designed to deliver the
Recent Cloud Computing Team Ups – II (This is the concluding part of a two-part article. For Part 1, please see: Recent Cloud Computing Team Ups) In the first part, I wrote about one recent team-up in the cloud computing space – Red Hat and SAIC. Here are two more. Piston Cloud Computing and Securisea Piston Cloud Computing, specializing in open-source cloud platform OpenStack, announced a technology partnership with Securisea, a leading Internet security consultancy specializing in cloud security and compliance. As per the terms of the agreement, Piston’s customers will have access to Securisea’s consulting and implementation services. With
HP Named a Leader in Magic Quadrant for Midrange and High-end Modular Disk Arrays PALO ALTO, Calif., Dec. 5, 2011 – HP today announced it has been named a “leader” in the latest Gartner “Magic Quadrant for Midrange and High-End Modular Disk Arrays.” An independent provider of IT and research advice, Gartner’s latest Magic Quadrant for Midrange and High-End Modular Disk Arrays assessed technology providers on their “ability to execute” and “completeness of vision.” “Clients are increasingly turning to HP Storage to optimize traditional IT and to evolve to new cloud models,” said David Scott, senior vice president and general
Heterogeneous Cloud Management Enhanced With Addition of Leading Cloud Computing Platform SANTA CLARA, CA–(Marketwire – Nov 7, 2011) – Today at Cloud Expo, Zenoss, a leading provider of management software for physical, virtual, and cloud-based IT infrastructures, announced the availability of a free and open source CloudStack ZenPack. The new ZenPack extends Zenoss Core to manage the open source Citrix CloudStack™, providing CloudStack users with a unified view of their cloud infrastructure. Citrix CloudStack is a production-ready, free and open source cloud infrastructure platform that helps providers of all types deploy and manage simple, cost-effective cloud services that are scalable,
Department of Homeland Security Licenses TIBCO Software in Multimillion Dollar Deal Palo Alto, CA, October 26, 2011 - TIBCO Software Inc. (NASDAQ: TIBX) today announced a multimillion dollar transaction by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for TIBCO software products. TIBCO technology will be used by DHS’s National Protection and Programs Directorate’s National Cyber Security Division to protect and defend the federal executive branch civilian networks – also referred to as the dot-gov domain. DHS efforts are focused on enhancing the cyber security posture of the nation by improving their capacity to prevent, identify, respond to and recover from cyber threats.
Juniper Networks Selected to Secure Dell’s Cloud Data Center SUNNYVALE, CA–(Oct 14, 2011) – Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), the industry leader in network innovation, today announced that Juniper Networks® SRX Series Services Gateways have been selected by Dell to help secure one of its data centers. The announcement was made at the inaugural Dell World 2011 customer event in Austin, Texas. Dell will leverage Juniper Networks’ SRX technology to provide the highest possible level of security for customers using its highly efficient internal data center, which provides its customers with access to public and private cloud technologies and its world-class IT outsourcing capabilities.