How organizations can simplify their datacenter strategy to ensure that they get cloud right the first time and make their IT efficient and future-proved.
During December last year, Intel showcased a special project it worked on for renowned English theoretical physicist, cosmologist, author, and director of research at the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology within the University of Cambridge: Stephen Hawking.
Back in 2011, network architects at the NASA Center for Climate Simulation began investigating the viability of running the organisation's modelling and simulation applications on cloud infrastructure as an alternative to its purpose-built computing cluster named Discover.
Organisations need to remember when they build a cloud that they want it to be sized appropriately.
The flood-prone Asian regions should have public safety assets, like a large network of intelligent monitoring stations.
Much is talked about in terms of mining data. Most enterprises, however, 'write once, read never'. How do you make research data available across your organisation at a local level and even move beyond that to a global level?
Don't overlook the impact of wearable technology on the enterprise and its open cloud environments.
Enterprises wanting to move to the cloud, or ensure the best results and return on their existing clouds, would do well to seek best practice guidance from the industry.
Datacentres and cloud solutions are now well-established best practices, yet merely five years ago, it was not so.
Throughout the world, enterprises are experiencing explosive growth in the volume of data being collected and held, and there is no reason to expect this to abate.
Mobile applications are the future, and it's important for enterprises to plan their business strategies with mobile in mind so they do not fall short in how they engage with customers and employees. By Charles Tang, program marketing manager, middleware, Red Hat Asia Pacific
Many enterprises have commenced deployment of hybrid cloud models, receiving the dual benefits of public cloud offloading of infrastructure concerns and private cloud safeguarding of data.
Enterprises of all shapes and sizes report that one major obstacle in moving to the cloud is security.
The datacenter has without a doubt become more than just another IT asset.
Open source has come a long way in a short space of time, with open source the technologies now powering organizations across the globe across in a substantial number of sectors.
Price is not the only advantage of open-source software; open source can deliver significant value in a number of other ways.
- 1 People, Process and Technology: The Perfect Combination for Successful Cloud Implementations
- 2 Open source software: The question of security
- 3 Is OpenStack the future of Cloud Computing
- 4 Getting OpenStack Ready for the Enterprise
- 5 OpenStack 101: Getting started with Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform