ScienceLogic Delivers Smart IT Software for Enterprise Private Cloud Management Multi-tenancy, automation, and extensive out-of-the-box support for integrated cloud platforms supportaccelerated enterprise private cloud deployments RESTON, Va. – December 12, 2012 – ScienceLogic™ Inc. today announced enhancements to the company’s award-winning data center and cloud management platform to give enterprise IT managers real-time and multi-tenant insight, visibility, and control over private cloud environments. The ScienceLogic platform provides unified monitoring out-of-the-box for integrated stacks like FlexPod and VCE Vblock, and the underlying technologies – Cisco UCS, NetApp, EMC, VMware, Xen, Microsoft Hyper-Vetc – that are designed specifically to deploy private clouds. “As more enterprises
Some Main Reasons Why Companies Are Moving To The Cloud A recent survey has showed that 70% of Australian companies are planning to increase their spending in cloud services. The trend may be very strong in Australia but it is mirrored on a bigger or smaller trend all over the world and we are starting to see more and more companies abandoning the more traditional local software and storage solutions for their cloud alternatives. The reason for the move vary from country to country and from company to company but a eventually they do come to several common denominators. Lower IT Costs The biggest reason
Overcoming Denial In The Cloud One of the most critical aspects of doing business in the cloud is clarity. When mistakes are made it’s often due to mistaken judgments based on information processed in the brain incorrectly. Marketers must read their audience and a company like Cisco must not over pay in their $1.2 billion bid for Meraki. Misreading your audience or overpaying for an acquisition is far too common. How do we make sure technology decisions today will have a positive impact on our tomorrow? By painting a crystal clear picture about the situation we are facing. Understanding Denial
Pavlov and Cloud Computing: How We Will Overcome our Anxiety It’s interesting to consider why we struggle to accept the cloud-computing model of data management. It seems safer to have our critical data and applications within walking distance from our desk where we can check its pulse anytime we want. Like Pavlov’s dogs we are conditioned to a react to whatever is a perceived as the non-threatening option. In this case one where we believe we must own the applications. After all we own our home, our vehicles, and our money. And yet even that is not the truth in its entirety.
What Is Hindering Cloud Computing Uptake? Cloud computing is still young, but everybody is talking about it. It’s great for businesses and individuals at different levels of society. Despite these advantages, cloud computing uptake remains low. Some businesses have adopted it partly, whereas the rest have adopted a wait-and-see attitude. The overall attitude is that people are not enthusiastic about moving their business into the cloud. And whereas individual preferences might explain this slow uptake, there are other possible reasons. 1. IT functionalities IT functionalities are to blame for the slow uptake of the cloud. Matters to do with control,
Top 5 Cloud Computing Trends Of The Future Cloud computing as a technology trend has caught up fast in recent years. It has revolutionized IT in a way never seen before. It has clearly changed how the traditional software works for businesses. This has many benefits, considering many of the former models are rather physical, coupled with expensive licenses. Cloud computing is a dynamic technology and the following are some of the trends that experts and analysts have identified. 1. Cloud computing is scaling investment value Cloud computing streamlines how software, business processes, and services are accessed. More than ever
Cloud Computing Enables Business Scalability And Flexibility The most common meaning of the term cloud computing refers to the delivery of scalable IT resources over the Internet as opposed to hosting and operating those resources locally. Cloud computing enables your company to react faster to the needs of your business, while driving greater operational efficiencies. Cloud computing has a great impact on business thinking. It facilitates a change in the way companies operate, by offering shared and virtualized infrastructure that is easily scalable. It is also changing how we manage these resources. The challenge is no longer about how many
Advantages of Cloud Computing Cloud computing tells us how to use the computer resources more efficiently. It is the name of the technology that has changed our point of view regarding software and hardware requirements. Interestingly, cloud computing is the mixture of various delivery models, technology, and latest ideas, but also includes other models in the sector of IT. These models are specially designed for companies that provide services over the Internet. Cloud computing allows the user to access servers, data center space, software, and any of the network equipment. The user can also have the required platform if he