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Mobile VMs will Come to the Data for Analysis says EMC’s Gelsinger

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Databases are becoming so huge, particularly for analytics and especially with big data, that they are essentially immobile, says EMC COO Pat Gelsinger, one of the many high profile CEOs to stop by theCube during VMworld 2011 (full video below). “You can’t even back up a 10-or 15-Pbyte environment. It will take you weeks just to […]

Cloud adoption “notes from the field”: people, politics and price

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I’ve written about a few of the talks from the recent Unvirtual unconference, including Tim Moreton’s look at big data in the cloud; and Justin McCormack’s ideas for re-architecting cloud applications. I’ve also written previously about a previous Joe Baguley talk on why the consumerisation of IT is nothing to do with iPads.  The last […]

More On Security & Big Data…Where Data Analytics and Security Collide

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My last blog post “InfoSec Fail: The Problem With Big Data Is Little Data,” prattled on a bit about how large data warehouses (or data lakes, from “Big Data Requires A Big, New Architecture,”) the intersection of next generation data centers, mobility and cloud computing were putting even more stress on “security”: As Big Data […]

Composite Software Launches Data Virtualization Leadership Blog

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Composite Software today launched the Data Virtualization Leadership Blog™, providing a unique forum where organizations can learn, explore and discuss diverse data virtualization topics ranging from high-end strategy and architecture to more detailed lessons learned, tips and techniques. The Data Virtualization Leadership Blog is presented by data virtualization pioneer Composite Software. The goal of the […]

New Citrix NetScaler DataStream Technology Addresses Explosive Growth in Cloud, Mobile and Corporate Data

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To address the exponential growth in cloud, mobile and corporate data, Citrix Systems today unveiled a breakthrough new DataStream technology in its popular NetScaler® service delivery networking product line. NetScaler is already firmly established as the delivery infrastructure of choice for most of the world’s largest consumer websites and cloud providers, touching an estimated 75 […]

What a Difference a Year Makes – Accelerating Cloud Computing

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Have you noticed how cloud computing is morphing as it is maturing? There is now a flurry of cloud types – public, private, hybrid and community – and 2011 is shaping up to mark the move of the cloud from experimental and test implementations to mainstream deployments. The next couple of months promise to be […]

Data Virtualization Gaining Rapid Market Acceptance in Europe

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Widespread research recently published by some of Europe’s most respected business intelligence (BI) and data integration analysts points to a rapidly accelerating interest in data virtualization as organizations seek more agile and cost effective solutions for growing data volume and information diversity challenges. Carsten Bange, managing director of Business Application Research Center; Barry Devlin, founder […]

Quest Software and Cloudera Unveil First Release of ‘OraOop’ at Hadoop World 2010

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Quest Software, Inc. (Nasdaq: QSFT) and Cloudera, Inc. today at Hadoop World unveiled the first release of OraOop, a connector between Oracle and Apache Hadoop that allows for fast and scalable data transfer between Oracle databases and Hadoop. OraOop is now available as a freeware download at www.quest.com/Ora-Oop, and as a supported component of Cloudera […]

HP, Intel and Yahoo! Attract Additional Contributors to Open Cirrus Cloud Computing Test Bed

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HP (NYSE:HPQ), Intel Corporation and Yahoo! Inc. today announced that four new organizations will join Open Cirrus™, a global, multiple data center, open source test bed for the advancement of cloud computing research. The announcement coincides with the fourth Open Cirrus Summit, hosted by Carnegie Melon University and Intel Labs Pittsburgh in cooperation with HP […]

Three Cloud Lock-in Considerations

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2010 is definitely the year of the cloud, The IT world is abuzz with the benefits of cloud computing and rightfully so. Cloud computing, the logical extension of network storage and virtualization, is probably the biggest IT leap forward since pervasive use of the Internet. Despite the buzz all that glitters isn’t gold. Despite a […]

VMware Expands VMware vCloud Developer Ecosystem With Open-Source Java and Python SDKs for VMware vCloud API

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VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW), the global leader in virtualization solutions from the desktop through the datacenter and to the cloud, today announced availability of both Java and Python open-source software development kits (SDKs) for the VMware vCloud API, making it easier for developers and independent software vendors (ISVs) to jumpstart their projects by flexibly leveraging […]

VMware Enables Users to Test-Drive Cloud Computing through the VMware Virtual Appliance Marketplace (VAM) and VMware vCloud Service Provider Free Trials

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More Than 1,000 Virtual Appliances, Hundreds of Service Providers, and Hundreds of Thousands of Users Connect through the VMware VAM VMware announced new services within the VMware Virtual Appliance Marketplace (VAM) to help businesses explore cloud computing offerings based on VMware software. The new services include a beta release of VMware VAM App on Demand, […]

Nebulous No More: Cloudera Is A Game-Changer

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This week’s debut of Cloudera’s open-source cloud computing software may finally bring some substance to the whole concept of cloud computing. Cloudera, backed by $5 million in venture funding by some really big names in the IT industry, offers a commercial version of Hadoop, the open-source, Java-based software that manages data-intensive applications and large data […]

IBM Brings Cloud Computing To Universities

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IBM is taking its version of cloud computing to universities around the world to solve what Big Blue says are "real world problems." These include initiatives in Qatar, South Africa and Japan. By bring cloud computing to these remote places, IBM hopes to foster an air of cooperative advancement in machine utilization and software abilities. […]

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