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Evaluating Network Performance Monitoring Toolsets

Network Performance Monitoring (NPM) is a critical part of a healthy processing infrastructure that is designed to consistently maintain service levels. The evaluation of NPM tool set choices should focus on: Vendor Viability. Is the vendor capable of delivering, maintaining… Continue Reading →

Key Business/IT Drivers

Customer-driven marketplace has influenced technology vendor roadmaps as these vendors look towards maintaining and enhancing market share. The following are key business/IT drivers underlying roadmap changes: More Complex Application Stack. Emerging applications like OpenStack, big data, analytics, and hybrid cloud… Continue Reading →

Customer Driven Market Impact on Cloud Service Promotion

While cloud product/service adoption has accelerated, there is still a large “untapped” market that has yet to embrace the benefits of what service providers like Amazon, Azure, SalesForce, Rackspace, Dimension Data and others have to offer. As per a recent… Continue Reading →

Edison Visionary Interview Series: Jay Bretzmann – IBM – Security

As part of our on-going industry coverage Edison is not only investigating the latest and greatest in Enterprise technology features and capabilities but also the motivations and vision of the people behind these innovations. In the Edison IT Visionary series,… Continue Reading →

IT in Transformation – Hybrid Infrastructure Model

At the recent VMworld conference, VMware announced that it is “Ready for Any” by addressing the transformation of IT to a hybrid infrastructure model. By this, they mean the move to a mix of various forms of cloud-based and on-premises… Continue Reading →

The Cost of Complexity in the Software-Defined Era

As the data center is moving toward a software defined model, measuring that software’s complexity is increasingly valuable. For example, VMware offers EVO: RAIL, their hyper-converged infrastructure architecture (HCIA), as a building block for a software-defined data center (SDDC). When… Continue Reading →

Streamlining Object Storage with the Kinetic Ecosystem

A candid assessment of the nature and direction of data reveals that more than 50 percent of it will move to the cloud by 2016. This likely comes as no surprise to those with even a casual interest in the IT… Continue Reading →

Defense to Offense in OpenStack

Is there a viable opportunity for Red Hat to position themselves against the very OpenStack competitors with whom they’re now nominally working? Red Hat still bundles software with solutions from companies like HP, but continues to market its own competing… Continue Reading →

Convergence: Security and the Industrial Internet of Things

Security is one of the scariest hurdles that manufacturing engineers of the present and future will face as plant-floor technology moves forward to greater levels of connectivity.  At face value, hooking conveyor belt motor controllers, robot arms, and solenoid valves… Continue Reading →

SDS and the New Wave: The IBM Spectrum Storage Family

Those monitoring the progress of software-defined storage (SDS) will have noted the prevalence of startup or niche vendors entering the arena. Any incumbent vendors who have thrown their hat in the SDS ring typically did so by way of acquisition… Continue Reading →

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