JPMorgan Chase Inducts VMTurbo into Hall of Innovation VMTurbo Enables JPMorgan Chase to Increase Virtual Machine Density Without Impacting Workload Performance BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–VMTurbo, provider of the only software-defined control system for businesses running mission-critical applications on virtualized and cloud infrastructures, today announced that JPMorgan Chase & Co. inducted VMTurbo into the Hall of Innovation for its technology contributions in their global technology infrastructure. The IT Executive Team at JPMorgan Chase recognized VMTurbo for the impact its technology has made on the business and the disruptive nature of its technology. VMTurbo was honored with the award at the 5th Annual J.P.
The compromise for internal and external IT Sourcing of processes and parts manufacturing have been commonplace in the industry for a long time. For example, large automotive companies like Ford and Toyota do not make every single part of the ca that they design and sell. They do not make each nut and bolt, seat cover or the windshields or even brakes in their vehicles, but rather they source them from other companies that are more specialized to make them cheaper. This puts Ford or Toyota in a position where they can use the resources supposedly for those small parts
Cloud-Enabling Technologies Market to Reach $22.6 Billion in 2016, According to New 451 Research Study End Users Remain Focused on Internal Cloud Initiatives NEW YORK, Sept. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Market Monitor, a service of 451 Research, projects that the Cloud-Enabling Technologies market revenue will increase at a 21% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) to reach $22.6 billion in 2016. The recently published Market Monitor Cloud-Enabling Technologies overview report defines Cloud-Enabling Technologies as technologies that are installed, delivered and consumed on-premises. The report examines 143 vendors, segmented into three primary categories – virtualization, security, and automation and management. Cloud-Enabling Technologies, by definition, are not hosted by
Key Differences Between Server and Desktop Online Storage Many people are saying that 2013 will be the “break-out” year for cloud storage. A number of factors are pushing online data storage offerings – including file sharing, backup, archiving and more – beyond the consumer and small business market and into big business datacenters. Below, I’d like to highlight some of the key differences which set server and desktop/laptop online backup and storage services apart, in hopes that this might give you some insight into how the space has developed and evolved over the years. Desktop Online Backup In the past, most work
What Does The Wizard Of Woz Have Against Cloud Computing? – Part 1 When Steve Jobs died last year, the world mourned. And rightfully so. Very few in the history of personal computing and consumer electronics have had as profound an influence as Jobs, and his journey to make Apple the most valuable company in the world, even after being forced to leave the company he co-founded followed by his triumphant return, is a lesson that will be taught to business leaders for generations. Even before the anointment of Jobs as the “Father of the Digital Revolution” after his death, he was edified as
This is the latest in a series of articles that covers the Federal Government’s move towards increasing use of cloud computing. You may want to look at these earlier articles for an understanding of the official stance on this emerging technology and actions taken: 1. Governments and Cloud Computing – Where Do They Stand? 2. Cloud Computing in the US Government 3. Federal CIO Vivek Kundra Plans to Shut Down 100 Data Centers by 2012, 800 by 2015 4. The Architect of the Official Cloud Computing Revolution – CIO Vivek Kundra 5. Knowledge Sharing on Cloud Computing Between Government and
Grid Dynamics Named “Cool Vendor” by Leading Analyst Firm Company Evaluated in 2011 Cool Vendors in Infrastructure Services Report FREMONT, Calif.,– Grid Dynamics, the authority on cloud computing and enterprise systems scalability, today announced it has been included in the 2011 list of “Cool Vendors” in the “Cool Vendors in Infrastructure Services, 2011” report by Gartner, Inc. Grid Dynamics offers unparalleled expertise in creating scalable and elastic applications and infrastructure for mission-critical business functions. The company leverages its team of highly skilled architects, engineers and mathematicians to help its customers transform their core processes and systems through emerging technology. “We