AWS databases and analytics
AWS cloud development
There have never been more ways to connect with customers—and it’s never been more challenging. Find out why forward-thinking companies are integrating data across channels on page 12.Download the latest issue now!
Each month our team of expert editors addresses the changing role of IT by helping savvy technology professionals navigate both the technical and cultural challenges wrought by vendor-hype, user-demands, and technology requirements.DOWNLOAD THIS MONTH’S E-ZINE ISSUE NOW!
Executives still struggle to address cloud problems like cost assessment. Consultant Tom Nolle breaks down several of the lingering cloud issues.
Cloud DevOps requires IT and the business side of organizations to make some changes to work together. Read on to find out the changes they should make.
Employees and managers should read the answers to these frequently asked questions about BYOC and BYOA before making major decisions regarding the trend.
While AWS Config looks like another home run for the cloud giant, that doesn't mean everything is perfect. So where does AWS need to improve?
Cloud orchestration is gaining traction -- but how does it differ from provisioning? Expert Tom Nolle suggests thinking of one process as walking and the other as dancing.
IBM is going after the hybrid computing market -- again -- but this time it is armed for bear. Will IT pros actually take notice?
Aerospike's developer discusses how the NoSQL database recently moved its IP to open source at DeveloperWeek 2015.
Java platform architects reminisce about the design of Java and how the platform is being pushed forward.
Developer advocate Jenny Tong discusses coding troublemaking with Node.js at DeveloperWeek 2015.
Upgraded appliances and a new release of Cloud OnTap target customers who want to run NetApp storage in Amazon public clouds.
Cloud archiving is shaping up as one of the "killer apps" for cloud storage, but don't be tempted by capacity alone.
Essex Property Trust decommissioned its NetApp array and moved its primary storage to Amazon cloud with Panzura Quicksilver appliances that lock files to reduce sprawl.
The Cloud Security Alliance's software-defined perimeter protocol can help enterprises achieve dynamic air-gapped networks. Expert Ed Moyle discusses how SDP works and the benefits it can provide.
SSH security can be threatened by many kinds of attacks, but there are also several steps enterprises can take to protect against them. Expert Dejan Lukan explains.
Before deploying an AWS infrastructure, it is critical to understand how it will affect enterprise PCI compliance. Expert Rob Shapland discusses key factors to consider.
Incorrectly sizing a VM can lead to poor performance or wasted resources. Implementing a formal VM provisioning process and taking these five rules can help mitigate the risks.
Backup software can represent a significant investment in your virtual infrastructure. But, how do you know which licensing option is best for you?
What are Hyper-V Integration Components, and are there any recommendations for boosting virtual machine performance?
The Open Data Platform has arrived, but not all Hadoop vendors are on board. The initiative, aimed at boosting interoperability, formed a backdrop for discussion at the Strata + Hadoop World 2015 conference.
Database expert Craig S. Mullins examines the criteria and characteristics you should consider when determining if a relational database management system is right for your company.
Building and running enterprise Hadoop applications takes more than data crunching. First, Hadoop data must be absorbed into company processes, a Western Union IT manager says.