Moving apps and data to the public cloud can provide some real benefits, but you can’t afford to have your IT assets stuck in a provider’s cloud if it all goes wrong. Do your homework and demand answers to the right questions upfront, to avoid the headaches of potential lock-in down the road.
To date, secondary storage solutions have mainly focused on supporting the requirements of central data centers.
The new Cloud business unit of Ingram Micro is helping to accelerate the transition to cloud, both for channel partners and end users.
HPE may have just pulled a rabbit out of the hat with the purchase of SimpliVity for a mere $650M.
It’s almost 2017 - where is your organization with regards to getting any value out of Big Data projects? Are you still dabbling with endless POC’s, or maybe haven’t even gotten a big data project approved yet?
In the last few months I’ve been really bullish on Apache Spark as an big enabler of wider big data solution adoption. Recently we got the great opportunity to conduct some deep Spark market research (with Cloudera’s sponsorship) and were able to survey nearly seven thousand (6900+) highly qualified technical and managerial people working with big data from around the world.
As companies transition away from the inherent complexities of traditional IT architectures, we increasingly see hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) as the platform architecture of choice when building a private cloud.
Moving workloads to the public cloud is now a priority for the majority of companies. In fact, over 60% of firms we recently surveyed are housing business-critical assets in Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure or other public clouds.
IBM’s new Cloud Object Storage Service brings the benefits of Cleversafe information dispersal technology to unstructured data in the cloud.
Joint VMware-Amazon offering to bring together the best of public and private clouds.