We saw tremendous benefits from virtualization, increased flexibility and an increased ability for our staff to support the academic mission. We saw similar demands on the desktop side. We recognized that VDI technology was out there, and was another opportunity for us to try to embrace the technology to help us propel forward.
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Key differentiators less involve building applications now than in the effective composition of services.
The cloud discussions have been changing rapidly over the last months, focusing away from infrastructure to applications, services and industry requirements.
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The root problem is that PC software should move at the speed of light, yet it moves at the speed of a glacier.
Case study: How SEGA Europe uses VMware to standardize cloud environment for globally distributed game development
We have a lot of development studios across the world. We're working on multiple projects. We need to ensure that we supply them with a highly scalable and reliable solution in order to test, develop, and produce the game and the code in time.
Moving to a private cloud is inevitable, because the benefits so far outweigh the perceived risks, and the perceived risks are more toward public cloud services than private cloud services.
Talend, an open-source middleware provider, today announced Talend Cloud, a unified integration platform for the cloud and hybrid IT environments.
With the new software, rBuilder 5.8 earns bragging rights as a first commercial solution to address deployment automation for Windows instances and apps.
FACE initiative takes aim at improved interoperability and standards among future military avionics platforms
What we are trying to do with FACE now is to develop a computer environment that’s on the aircraft already. As we define new capabilities and new things that we want to put out into the fleet, we can host software in the computer environment that’s already there, rather than building a brand new box.