Business Agility

Business Agility covers using the technical agility delivered by virtualization and cloud computing to improve business agility, performance and results. This includes the agility derived from the proper implementation of Agile and DevOps methodologies, the agility derived from proper application and system architectures,|the agility derived from the proper implementation of Infrastructure as a Server (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS) clouds, the agility derived from proper monitoring of the environment coupled with a process to resolve problems quickly, and the agility derived from have continuous availability through the use of high availability and disaster recovery products and procedures in place.

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VMware – A Train with an Engine, 3 Boxcars, and a Caboose

July 21, 2011
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VMware – A Train with an Engine, 3 Boxcars, and a Caboose

VMware is already the most important, and with vSphere the best systems software vendor on the planet. This is true not only based upon the current success of the vSphere platform, but the quality of the long term strategies in place for vFabric, vCloud, and vCenter. With vSphere 5, VMware can ill afford distractions that…

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Could the new vSphere vRAM Pricing Slow Down Virtualizing Business Critical Applications?

July 19, 2011
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The single most dangerous part of this new pricing (to VMware) is rooted in the following fact. What is left to virtualize is very different from what has been virtualized to date. If what VMware has done is change its licensing around to replace one metric (cores) with another (vRAM) in a manner that would…

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vSphere 5 – Virtualize Business Critical Applications with Confidence

July 12, 2011
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vSphere 5 – Virtualize Business Critical Applications with Confidence

Just in time for the adoption of vSphere 5 by enterprises seeking to virtualize business critical and performance critical applications, AppFirst, BlueStripe, and ExtraHop have pioneered a new category of APM solutions. This new category is focused upon allowing IT to take responsibility for applications response time for every application running in production. This is…

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News: ExtraHop Releases Network Aware APM Virtual Appliance

July 11, 2011
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ExtraHop has now made an important contribution to the question of how to measure applications performance across physical and virtual environments. Properly deployed ExtraHop can play a critical role in helping enterprises virtualize the 60% of the remaining applications that are "hard", "performance critical", and "business critical". As vSphere 5.0 is right around the corner,…

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Virtualization Performance Management and Misleading Averages

July 8, 2011
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What is still missing here is any kind of an end-to-end view of infrastructure latency that is also real time, deterministic and comprehensive. The marrying of the SAN point of view with the IP network point of view is the obvious combination. The hard issue here will be the identification of the applications so that…

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Replication Receiver Clouds: Protecting your Data

June 29, 2011
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Replication Receiver Clouds: Protecting your Data

Security in the cloud and the virtual environment is 'all about the data' and not specifically about any other subsystem. It is about the data. As such the data has something it knows (the contents of the data), something it is (its signature), and something it has (its digital rights) and since it has these…

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Dell a Virtualization Management Leader?

June 20, 2011
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The Dell VIS stack (Advanced Infrastructure Manager, Self-Service Creator and Director) now represents the most functionally rich virtualization management offering on the market, as it is sourced from best of breed IT as a Service vendor DynamicOPS and best of breed self learning analytics vendor Netuitive. This stack backed up by Dell's ability to sell…

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VMware’s “Squeeze the OS” Strategy – Open War with Microsoft and Red Hat

June 6, 2011
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VMware’s “Squeeze the OS” Strategy – Open War with Microsoft and Red Hat

The announcement of CloudFoundry means the public declaration of full on war between VMware, and the two traditional OS vendors, Microsoft and Red Hat. Both traditional (not quite legacy yet) OS vendors are going to have to rapidly bolster their own PaaS cloud offerings. This will be a particular challenge for Microsoft as Microsoft has…

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News: Embotics Pioneers Simple IT as a Service

June 6, 2011
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Embotics Corporation a pioneer in virtualization and automated private cloud management, today unveiled EmboticsV-Commander 4.0, Cloud Edition, which accelerates virtualization and private cloud initiatives within mid-sized and large data centers.

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