An online investment community determined that working with Amazon EC2 would lessen up-front infrastructure costs and improve the efficiency of its real-time financial data updates.
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Autodesk has rearchitected its core technologies for design to work in the cloud. Learn what 3D integration means for the future of enterprises.
Learn how enterprises can leverage 3D data integration in the cloud to improve communication across supply chains and improve sales.
Developers want to create better apps faster. Static clouds are giving way to scalable systems, with dynamic resource allocation and application monitoring.
Shuttering Dell Cloud Manager, an early piece of Dell's move to trusted advisor in public cloud, underscores that the multicloud market has been more hype than reality -- at least so far.
Not satisfied with the standard instance types from your public cloud provider? Consider customizing your own to cut down on costs and unneeded resources.
Sharing is great, but can do a number on private cloud storage performance. Consider new SSD and networking options to get the speed you need.
Software containers are a powerful technology, but, finally, Docker tools for Windows and Mac will bring usability to the masses.
At DockerCon 2016, the big trend from exhibitors is the container as a service, creating a smooth path for Docker adoption.
Many organizations are moving away from the big, monolithic server stacks and are instead building serverless architectures with Docker and microservices.
Startup Datera enlists the former Pure vice president to spur the growth of its Amazon Elastic Block Storage-like system geared for use with OpenStack, containers and DevOps.
Object technology stores unstructured data in a single namespace, making it attractive for use cases that require a high amount of capacity at a low cost.
Enterprise file sync-and-share allows for simpler file access and sharing on the consumer and business level. Success stories like Box may indicate that EFSS is sticking around.
At the 2016 Cloud Identity Summit, security experts discussed how fears of nation-state attackers and APT groups are spurring a renewed focus on identity and access management.
URL-shortening services have become a security threat to organizations. Expert Dave Shackleford explains why and how to mitigate the risks of shortened URLs.
SearchCloudSecurity talks with Frank Abagnale of Catch Me If You Can fame about the dangers of cybercrime and his work with the FBI as well as a new security startup.
The hype surrounding software-defined data centers has reached a fever pitch, elevating businesses' expectations and raising new concerns.
The world of IT can be unforgiving, especially for those just starting out. The keys to finding and maintaining success are humility, patience and an open mind.
As OpenStack gains ground on Microsoft and VMware, many are looking to capitalize on this growth by pursuing either generic or vendor-specific OpenStack certification.
DataStax Enterprise 5.0 couples a Cassandra store with a version of the open source Titan graph DB. The goal is fast analytics closely tied to fast transactions.
Not every tool can resolve every problem, so understanding the cause of the bottleneck can help you determine which of these database performance management tools to consider.
Even if you can identify with the use cases presented here, it's important your organization is well-prepared to deploy the software it buys.