The growth of cloud computing and the emergence of big data systems have been two of the most disruptive technology trends over the last few years. These developments have changed the way technology organizations operate and deliver value to their stakeholders.
As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to spread globally, the entire world is facing a severe health and economic crisis. All the major countries have imposed lockdowns and advised workers to work remotely. Schools and colleges have been closed and people in those countries have also started avoiding large gatherings and crowded places.
Security Operations Center (SOC) teams are responsible for monitoring, detecting, containing, and remediating IT threats across critical applications, devices, and systems in their public and private cloud environments as well as physical locations. Using a variety of technologies and processes, Security Operations Center (SOC) teams rely on the latest threat intelligence to determine whether an active threat is occurring, the scope of the impact, and the appropriate remediation.
Today’s IT and business managers must take a hard look at the risks and costs of potential data loss. Creating a proactive data security plan arms you with the knowledge you need to manage the risk and helps you to stay compliant with data protection rules and regulations.
Organizations are embracing hybrid IT to combine the value of on-premises infrastructure with the agility and cost savings of public and hybrid clouds. In these environments, IT has the flexibility to choose the right platform for specific workloads based on requirements for security, performance, compliance or other factors. With integrated solutions from HPE and Veeam, hybrid IT can also empower organizations to achieve major improvements in Availability and data protection. Here’s how.
Technology organizations are rapidly seeking ways to automate operations and dedicate more talent to business-enabling and future-thinking projects. Red Hat Virtualization is a virtualization solution that includes a Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) hypervisor and a web-based virtualization resource manager (Red Hat Virtualization Manager).
On the surface, AWS seems to be winning the public cloud race with a market share of 33%. In contrast, Microsoft Azure, AWS’s closest rival, has a market share of 16% while Google Cloud, the other significant contender, has a market share of 8%.
That is according to a 2019 Q2 report by the Synergy Group. With such numbers, it would be easy for one to believe that AWS certifications are, by extension, the most valuable. A logical conclusion, but it might not be necessarily true.
Serverless Computing / Cloud computing refers to a computing model that empowers developers to develop and execute applications without the need to provision, configure, or manage infrastructure. By delegating infrastructure management to a third party, serverless computing enables developers to focus efforts on creating code that directly adds value to the business.
Here at Google, we spend a lot of time looking at data and anticipating what will happen next. When it comes to the future of business, we get some of our best ideas by looking at new information technologies and thinking about their effects. Cloud computing has long powered Google and is increasingly an integral part of most organizations’ technology stacks.
According to a new market research report “Digital Transformation Market by Technology (Cloud Computing, Big Data & Analytics, Mobility/Social Media, Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence), Deployment type, Business Function, Vertical (Retail, Education), and Region – Global Forecast to 2023″, published by MarketsandMarkets™, the Digital Transformation Market size is expected to grow from $290 billion in 2018 to $665 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 18.1% during the forecast period.