Infrastructure : August 2017 Archives - Page 2

Data center and networking architecture to keep your data safe and moving

Pushing Hyperscale to the Extreme

15 Aug, 2017

By building or leasing hyperscale resources in both populated and remote areas, the enterprise gains the ability to match resources to data needs according to a wide range of requirements. ...More >

Easing the Private Cloud’s Pain Points

14 Aug, 2017

The private cloud continues to be a conundrum for the enterprise as it seeks to reconfigure data infrastructure for the emerging digital economy. ...More >

AI’s First Stop: The IoT Edge

11 Aug, 2017

While it is tempting to view AI in terms of the changes it will bring to the data center, the more imminent and profound impact will be on the Internet of Things (IoT). ...More >

New Storage for a New Digital Era

09 Aug, 2017

Solid-state storage continues on a path toward greater speed and higher density, leading to an increasingly diverse set of solutions that, frankly, is starting to trend toward the unusual. ...More >

Hardware Can Still Make or Break the Cloud

08 Aug, 2017

Hardware has always mattered in the cloud, although it is becoming less and less of a daily concern for the enterprise as increasing levels of abstraction separate applications and services from raw infrastructure. ...More >

The Infrastructure Market Is Booming, and It’s Still Not Enough

07 Aug, 2017

Now that virtualization and the SDDC have freed data users from the confines of enterprise infrastructure, the data industry faces the same old problems on a global scale: not enough resources to accommodate the creative energies of the knowledge workforce. ...More >

The Growing Importance of Cloud Orchestration

03 Aug, 2017

Despite lingering concerns about security, reliability and, yes, costs, the enterprise is still very eager to migrate workloads to the cloud. And not surprisingly, cloud providers are equally eager to take on enterprise workloads. ...More >

The Shift Toward Accelerated Computing

02 Aug, 2017

While innovation has reset the bar for what’s possible throughout history, it also has had the unintended consequence of prompting mankind to immediately set a new bar. ...More >

VMs and Containers: The Newest Enterprise Frenemies

01 Aug, 2017

Containers may be a newer form of virtualization, but all indications suggest that they will work within and alongside virtual machines even as they provide bare-metal support in key situations. ...More >

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