DTW18 & Connecting The DoTs (Part 3 of 3)

LAS VEGAS: Of all the leading IT vendors, Dell has done the best job of ‘keeping it simple’, and ruthlessly embracing that mantra in everything it does, and the product launches at last week’s Dell Technologies World 2018 were no exception. Given its major brands — Dell, Dell EMC, Pivotal, RSA, SecureWorks, Virtustream, and VMware — and leadership in 22 product categories, the opportunity was there to release a flood of...

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dinCloud Continues to Forge a Path in Hosted Workplaces

The “cloud” continues to manifest itself in a very wide range of incarnations and use cases. Specialty clouds in the form of [whatever]-as-a-service address special purpose needs. For example, Los Angeles-based dinCloud plays in the desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) arena as part of its larger focus on hosted workspaces and cloud infrastructure services. Hosted Workspaces: Offering VDI as DaaS In essence, DaaS is a virtual desktop...

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HP Crashes Microsoft’s Cloud Party
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HP Crashes Microsoft’s Cloud Party

HP has announced that the Community Editions of its’ performance engineering software suite are now available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace online store. In addition, StormRunner Load (and LoadRunner), first announced last September to address the needs of Agile development teams looking to apply smarter testing techniques into development, have been enhanced and pre-configured for Azure environments, ‘providing...

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The Face of the New Backup

Backup, disaster recovery, and business continuity have changed quite a bit over the years, and they will continue to change into the future as more capability, analytics, and functionality are added to the general family of data protection tools. As we launch ourselves into the clouds, we need to perhaps rethink how we do data protection, what tools are available for data protection, and how to use our older tools to accomplish the...

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Monitoring for Agile Operations

In “Agile Without Ops Is Not Really Agile,” Mike Kavis points out that the Agile Development process and the DevOps support process must culminate with a situation where operations has the tools and uses the processes required for operations itself to be agile. Therefore, Agile Operations should be the natural consequence of agility in development and support, but often this is not the case. This post is about how the right monitoring...

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