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Using a multi-cloud deployment model can help servers stay secure if used in consistent methods.
Having a middleware governance process is critical in industries like finance that need to navigate a host of government regulations and reporting requirements.
Take hybrid cloud to the next level with a hybrid enterprise transformation. One without the other is a half-baked approach, according to Capgemini analyst Subir Dutt.
The acquisition of automation platform Ansible and a partnership to run its services on Microsoft Azure highlight a busy month of bolstering for the Red Hat cloud strategy.
Joyent bet big on containers to compete in the cloud market, and the company's CTO Bryan Cantrill has plenty to say about the state of containers and what needs to change.
Despite lingering concerns around compliance and lock-in, IT pros are deploying cloud storage services for a range of applications and use cases.
Learn about Eclipse Che, the cloud-based version of the Eclipse IDE. Che will simplify the creation of Java DevOps environments on top of the OpenShift cloud platform.
Although many companies use AWS to cut costs and improve scalability, one software developer found that moving its microservices architecture off of AWS was the right thing to do.
To hire Java developers, Seattle software architect Rob Terpilowski has to compete against local heavyweights like Amazon.
EMC cloud storage options for its block storage and data protection products are added through enhancements to FAST.X, Vplex, CloudBoost and broader public cloud support.
If you use cloud file-sharing services, you've most likely conducted benchmarks to see how they perform. This tip ensures you're interpreting the results correctly.
Cloud storage can save costs, but choosing the right service is vital. This tip covers important considerations when planning a cloud file services benchmarking project.
Amazon Web Services purports its s2n TLS protocol creation is simpler, easier to manage and more secure than standard TLS. Expert Dan Sullivan explains.
After acquiring two cloud access security brokers this year, Blue Coat Systems has united CASB capabilities with its Web gateway security technology under a new cloud security strategy.
Expert Dan Sullivan explains key takeaways from the Department of Defense's cloud security guidelines that enterprises can put into practice.
In order to ensure successful App-V deployment and get the most out of application virtualization, users should study up on App-V’s server and client-side components.
Application virtualization improves centralized control of complex applications without endpoint installation and management hassles.
With the advent of NFV, IT managers are finding new ways to improve data center networking.
A pivotal magazine article helped point medical doctor Parsa Mirhaji along a path to a semantic data lake for healthcare analytics applications, using Hadoop, RDF, graph databases and more.
Big data may be all the rage, but data warehouse platforms are still being utilized by companies of all sizes. Expert Craig S. Mullins takes a look at the technology.
IBM's planned purchase of The Weather Co.'s data operations may be a bellwether event from which data professionals can learn.