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Many customers are using Azure Service Fabric to build and operate always-on, highly scalable, microservice applications. Recently, we open sourced Service Fabric with the MIT license to increase opportunities for customers to participate in the development and direction of the product. Today, we are excited to announce the release of Service Fabric runtime v6.2 and […]
vRealize Operations 6.7 comes with a new functionality which allows you to reduce the number of nodes in your vRealize Operations cluster. This feature of vRealize Operations is to meet the following use cases: 1. Scale up your vRealize Operations nodes to extra-large nodes – If you wish to scale down the number of nodes […]
Java is one of the most popular technologies for application development. Tens of thousands of enterprise applications are powered by Java and millions of people use them daily. Java has been evolving over many decades and there are so many web frameworks, middleware, data access technologies and protocols built on Java. Compared to C, C++, […]
Using NVIDIA TensorRT on DGX-1, California-based startup REELY automatically creates highlight clips from sporting events in real time. Learn more about how we’re expanding deep learning Inference capabilities: https://nvda.ws/2GTU8pq This video is via NVIDIA.
State of Louisiana transforms and secures IT infrastructure to better serve its citizens. . To achieve this the State utilizes VMware’s complementary Solutions, vRealize Network Insight, Horizon, Workspace ONE, powered by VMware AirWatch Technology, VMC on AWS, and the major key NSX. From the fine folks at VMware TV.
Memorial Health System Reduced Printer Failures from 100 Per Day to Under 10 in their Citrix-MEDITECH Environment with Goliath XenApp Monitoring “Before we had Goliath’s XenApp Monitoring & Troubleshooting MEDITECH module Citrix XenApp 6.5 was very challenging. With Goliath, we can identify the ‘who, what and where’ of performance issues. We even use the data […]
It Should Be a Straightforward Question: “What is the most cost-effective choice for my applications – AWS or Azure?” When you have to choose between AWS and Azure, you need more than a preference. You need a detailed justification for the CIO, the CFO, and the Board. Your justification needs to account for the individual profiles […]
Questions about how to assess data quality and transform end-user data into insights are among the first steps when considering rolling out a digital transformation initiative. Do we already collect the data we need? You may wonder. There are three basic questions you can follow up with to determine your organization’s data preparedness: Are you collecting […]
As the IT industry has evolved over recent years, it has seen the clear and rapid movement towards software-defined infrastructure at every layer of the stack. Software-defined, API-accessible infrastructure also opened the door for the next phase of evolution with what Gartner has categorized as “AI Ops”, a further evolution beyond traditional silo-focused, human dependent, […]
By Ines Envid, Product Manager, GCP Logging and monitoring are the cornerstones of network and security operations. Whether it’s performance analysis or network forensics, logging and monitoring let you identify traffic and access patterns that may present security or operational risks to the organization. Today, we’re upping the ante for network operations on Google Cloud […]
Tour of options for managing virtual machines and resources in Azure. We’ll take a look at the built-in capabilities for managing your VMs and resources once they’re running in Azure. Azure gives you the freedom to manage the needs of your environment, with setting your own maintenance windows, ensuring a holistic, hybrid view across your […]
You may have heard the peculiar news recently covering world-renown astronaut, Scott Kelly’s, genes. Why all the chatter? It was believed that Kelly’s DNA was forever altered as a result of his time in space. And while that may not have been surprising to some, the story has a plot twist: Kelly has a twin brother who now has […]
Experiencing IT Pains Firsthand My name is Rick Ochs, and I want to tell the story of how and why I joined Turbonomic. I’ve spent the last 13 years of my career at Microsoft building, maintaining, and PM’ing IT infrastructure and Applications. Over four years ago, we started one of the largest cloud migrations an […]
Posted By Eugene Kalayev | March 12, 2018 We recently concluded a big data research, studying individual application and VDI logons over a period of just under 2 years. Our findings led to the first-ever benchmark driven by global community data, which suggests a definitive guideline as to how long a healthcare organization’s logon process […]