Software-defined networking (SDN) is a critical component in modernizing your data center to meet new and growing customer expectations and demands. Trusted innovators Citrix and Cisco share a common vision for applying the concepts of SDN to simplify and automate data center and application networking to help their customers succeed.
Today IT efficiency is critical for competitive viability. However, IT organizations face many challenges, including, growing capacity while conserving or reducing operations cost, improving service availability and change request response time and increasing consistency and predictability.
Endpoint security and the Web security defenses protecting the endpoint are on the front lines in the battle against malware and targeted attacks attempting to gain access to corporate resources. Web security technologies are adapting to the growing use of cloud services and the explosion of mobile devices, which together have created a perimeter that is becoming more malleable every day. That digital fluidity is under attack by organized criminals in Eastern Europe, Russia, and China who are taking advantage of the growing complexity and strained security defenses.
The last five years have seen a rapid acceleration in the use of cloud computing. Enterprises of all sizes and industries are now turning to cloud infrastructure and pursuing cloud-first strategies.
The need for better performance and improved efficiency in the mobile phones market is expected to drive the growth of the Heterogeneous Mobile Processing and Computing market; for instance, ‘big LITTLE’ is a heterogeneous computing architecture developed by ARM Holdings Plc. (U.K.), which significantly improves the computational power and performance of the System on Chip (SoC).In the overall market, the consumer electronics sector is expected to be the highest revenue generator and lead the market from the demand side.
As the information technology (IT) industry enters the cloud era, where hybrid IT is the dominant deployment model in organizations of all sizes, the capabilities of primary all-flash arrays (AFAs) will need to evolve to handle cloud scale and agility.
Your business has the talent, expertise and potential to achieve great results and your IT infrastructure’s computing power should never limit that. To grow your business beyond the ordinary and to instead drive innovation to new levels, you can’t rely on traditional data center infrastructure. High Performance computing (HPC) systems are being deployed across many areas of business at companies across the globe to handle demanding workloads, provide big data and analytics solutions, and maximize business growth.
Your organization is executing campaigns targeting the millennial generation and depending on social data for deeper customer insights. Managers are asking for more data from multiple sources to support new investments and product strategies. Marketing promotions are adjusted in real time based on current sales data across all channels.
High Performance Computing (HPC) workloads have traditionally been run only on bare-metal, unvirtualized hardware. However, performance of these highly parallel technical workloads has increased dramatically over the last decade with the introduction of increasingly sophisticated hardware support for virtualization, enabling organizations to begin to embrace the numerous benefits that a virtualization platform can offer.
In a world in which digital transformation is key it can be difficult for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to keep up – and harder still to get ahead, especially when everything is moving forward except budgets.
IDC believes that software-defined storage (SDS) continues to transform IT deployment and consumption of storage resources. For enterprises, SDS is really an on-ramp to deploying a hybrid cloud — one that allows a metered on-demand consumption of private and public cloud resources. Deploying SDS therefore is not a question of “if” but a question of “when.”
The applications we use in our personal lives have raised the level of expectations for the user experience in enterprise applications. How does today’s IT team get ahead of user expectations for more data faster? To succeed in such a dynamic environment businesses as a whole must manage more information better—and the pace will only quicken over time.
As the impact and severity of crypto ransomware threats and attacks has grown over the past 2½ years, Webroot has published many blogs and articles on how best to defend against these modern day extortionists. Webroot does not believe that businesses or consumers should have to choose between extortion and losing precious, irreplaceable data.
All-flash arrays (AFAs) have rapidly grown to become a major segment of the external enterprise storage market, generating $2.55 billion in revenue in 2015. Flash storage brings many benefits, including very low latencies and high throughput that is consistent with heavy and/or highly burstable workloads, reduced energy costs, increased storage density for effective storage capacity, and improved server efficiencies (due to its ability to drive significantly higher CPU utilization in application and database servers).
As monolithic enterprise applications deconstruct and data becomes bigger and more fragmented, organizations are scrambling to keep up with the added complexity, expense, and resources required to attain data cohesion. Current integration methods and tools are proving to be inadequate for the job at hand.
Every company is a target, no matter its size, function or annual revenue. Security risks come from every direction – malware, social networks and even employees. Every company has information worth protecting, and you owe it to your users to keep every byte safe and secure.
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).
Server virtualization strengthens IT production environments … but only if the data protection environment is strengthened as well. Fortunately, organizations are prioritizing that effort. At 33% of the IT organizations surveyed by ESG, increasing their use of server virtualization has been earmarked for significant investment in data center modernization efforts for 2018 and beyond. And 31% of the surveyed IT managers told ESG that improving data backup and recovery is a significant investment area for them as well.
RightScale was recently acquired by Flexera, a provider of technology asset management solutions that help enterprises gain insights on how to optimize spend and reduce risk. The same RightScale cloud industry research team that has been producing the State of the Cloud Report for the past eight years has joined Flexera, and has again conducted the annual State of the Cloud Survey and prepared the resulting analysis for the RightScale 2019 State of the Cloud report from Flexera.
As organizations move increasing numbers of workloads to distributed, multicloud environments and adopt connectivity-dependent trends such as the Internet of Things, the simpler networks of yesterday have steadily morphed into something considerably more complex. It’s this growing complexity that is the ultimate enemy of effective security.
Modernizing applications is crucial for enhancing user experience and responding to marketplace needs. This e-book addresses key challenges, offers best practices and introduces a cloud-based solution to enable your modernization journey.
A core reason organizations adopt a cloud IT infrastructure is to save money. The traditional approach of analyzing Total Cost of Ownership no longer applies when you move to the cloud. Cloud services provide the opportunity for you to use only what you need and pay only for what you use. We refer to this new paradigm as the Total Cost of Operation. You can use Total Cost of Operation (TCO) analysis methodologies to compare the costs of owning a traditional data center with the costs of operating your environment using AWS Cloud services.
Replacing servers is often delayed. Confronted with competing business priorities, limited budgets and personnel, and a sense of comfort as current servers reliably hum along, delay is easy to rationalize. Yet, delays are not without risk and trade-offs. Cases in point are two circumstances that small and midsized enterprises (SMEs) should seriously consider and, in our opinion, initiate action now.
Enterprise security groups today face a daunting task. While their core responsibility of protecting corporate data and resources remains unchanged, they are asked to do so while enabling line-of-business teams and individual employees to drive growth through innovation and transformation via the cloud.
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.
Thewas valued at $10.7 billion in 2019 and is expected to reach $29.0 billion by 2024, at a CAGR of 22.0% from 2019 to 2024. The major driving factors is the trend of sharing images and videos using advanced media sharing technologies is a major aspect of social networking on a global basis within the smartphone and multimedia tablet ecosystem.
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.
A market research report by Future Market Insights on the legal, risk and compliance solution market provides critical insights and explores the legal, risk and compliance solution market for the forecast period of 2019-2029. As per the report findings, the global revenues generated by the legal, risk and compliance solution market is set to reach $8.4 billion in 2019.
The overall quantum computing market is expected to grow from $93 million by 2019 to $283 million by 2024 at a CAGR of 24.9%. The QCaaS market is expected to grow from $4 million by 2019 to $13 million by 2024 at a CAGR of 26.8%. The need for robust computing that has the potential to overcome the difficulties involved in discovering drugs to target specific cancers and evaluating portfolio risk prominently contributes to the market growth.
With doors opened to increased data protection for enterprises of all sizes, the global Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service or DR in the cloud market is projected to lie in the high revenue-high growth quadrant, through 2018-2028, as per a recent analysis by Future Market Insights (FMI). High revenue growth of the global Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service market can be attributed to varying bandwidth, pricing, and scalability solutions being offered to small and medium businesses (SMBs) and smaller enterprises.
The global in-memory computing market is slated to offer attractive growth opportunities for all participant involved in the ecosystem, expanding at a double digit CAGR during the forecast period. In-memory computing refers to a middleware software that allows user to store data in Random Access Memory (RAM) and process information at a faster speed.