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A Tale of Two Clouds

December 5, 2013
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CloudComputing

Recently I have had the pleasure of discussing security with a number of cloud providers. Specifically, we talked about what security they implement and how they inform their tenants of security-related issues. In other words, do they provide transparency? I have come to an early conclusion that there are two types of clouds out there:…

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Software Defined Data Center Analytics

May 22, 2013
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SDDC.Management.Stack.Reference.Architecture

Software Defined Data Center Analytics will play a critical role in keeping your SDDC up and running with acceptable performance. Multiple real time data feeds used across a variety of management solutions represent the only viable method to keeping up with the rate of change in the SDDC.

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Prelert Automates Detection of Anomalies in Splunk Data

January 24, 2013
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PerformanceManagement

Today most customers use Splunk as a forensics tool to find the problem, after some other tool or user has reported the problem. The combination of the Prelert Anomaly Detective with Splunk allows Prelert to notify customers of anomalies that the customer did not even know to go look for and that can easily be…

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Are we going to see real progress in IT Automation and Service Assurance in 2012?

January 5, 2012
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VMware is going to make progress on its automated service assurance vision this year, with initial steps coming in the Q1/2012 version of vCenter Operations and the initial release of vFabric APM. On the third party vendor front, progress is most likely to come by partnerships between vendors who have interesting pieces of the puzzle,…

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