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, (Read More)

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.

News: Lenovo Completes Acquisition of Motorola Mobility from Google

ITasaServiceOn October 30, 2014, Lenovo completed its acquisition of Motorola Mobility from Google. This acquisition, which was announced in January, means that the Chinese company that bought IBM’s x86 server and desktop products now has mobile device manufacture in its portfolio. Continue reading News: Lenovo Completes Acquisition of Motorola Mobility from Google

Will Open Source Kill Splunk?

PerformanceManagementOver at readwrite.com, Matt Asay published a blog post entitled “In A World Of Open Source Big Data, Splunk Should Not Exist.” He then does a pretty good job of debunking his own thesis and explaining why customers continue to pay Splunk big bucks to do what it does. However, since there is so much noise around the question of open-source big data tools as alternatives to Splunk, this question deserves further exploration.

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Will Docker and VMware Compete?

CloudComputingVMware vSphere is a Type 1 hypervisor that allows one to run multiple instances of entire operating systems and their application stacks on one server. Docker is a container that allows one to put all of the things that an application needs into it, run that container on any version of Linux, and run multiple different containers in one instance of a Linux OS.  Continue reading Will Docker and VMware Compete?