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LogicMonitor’s SaaS-Based Monitoring Displaces Premise-Based Solution, Enables MSP to Improve Service, Increase Revenue

Interview with PTLGateway’s CEO, Neil Pritchard  THE COMPANY Founded in 2006, PTLGateway is a managed services provider, running in excess of a hundred servers – multi-tenanted applications servers; virtualized infrastructures run as dedicated platforms, and a variety of ad hoc servers. Technology / Model / Monitoring – “We’re predominantly a VMware platform running on an HP […]

Mirantis Forms OpenStack Contributions Team

Mirantis, a leader in engineering services for OpenStack™ cloud infrastructure, today said that it is establishing a dedicated OpenStack contributions team. The company made the announcement today as OpenStack is spun off into an independent Foundation.  This Mirantis team will include a pool of five engineers exclusively dedicated to working on strategic and significant OpenStack […]

Is Healthcare Ready to Move to the Cloud?

Healthcare is currently a hot topic. New legislation, mandates to digitize information and more consumer familiarity with technology means there are lots of opportunities for new ideas and profit. A number of healthcare-as-a-service offerings are appearing in the market, but  are still significant questions and concerns about taking healthcare to the cloud. Cloud security, cloud encryption and HIPAA […]

Gartner Says Worldwide Cloud Services Market to Surpass $109 Billion in 2012

The public cloud services market is forecast to grow 19.6 percent in 2012 to total $109 billion worldwide, according to Gartner, Inc. Business process services (also known as business process as a service, or BPaaS) represent the largest segment, accounting for about 77 percent of the total market, while infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is […]

Survey Says: Buyers Love the Cloud

The Everest Group and  Cloud Connect has released the results of their survey of enterprise cloud adaption trends and created an infographic that summarizes the findings. The results show businesses are clearly embracing the cloud. Over 85 percent of respondents had already deployed or planned to deploy a cloud-based solution, and most had a positive […]

Making a Business Case for the Cloud

Ian Hardenburgh outlines the primary business case issues that arise when organizations start considering a move to cloud-based infrastructure, software, or platforms. In my post, “Like it or not, it’s time to get a cloud strategy,” which was really just a call to action, I spoke to how organizations need to stop making the same […]

LogicMonitor Delivers First Comprehensive Monitoring Solution for RightScale Cloud Management Users

LogicMonitor, the leading SaaS-based IT infrastructure monitoring solution for physical, virtual, cloud, and hybrid environments, today announced a partnership agreement with RightScale© Inc., the leader in cloud management. This agreement provides RightScale users a comprehensive, automated monitoring solution for managed cloud deployments — from bare metal, to application, including storage and networking — including public, private […]

CA Technologies Supports Windows Server 2012 with Data Classification

CA Technologies (CA: NASDAQ) today announced support for Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control. Integrating CA DataMinder™ Classification with Windows Server 2012 gives customers more precise access control of their data stored on Windows Server, helping to improve information security, reduce risk and meet compliance mandates. Documents stored on a server that were once classified […]

VMware SaaS Chief: VDI Ain’t Easy

This week at VMworld 2012, VMware had a message: VDI is back and more relevant than ever. VMware CTO of SaaS and Application Services Javier Soltero joined us in TheCUBE to explain why VDI is making a comeback, and why going that route is more challenging than ever. VDI, or virtual desktop infrastructure, was once […]

Citrix on the 5 steps to designing your enterprise mobility strategy

Employees are getting more mobile. I don’t need to tell you this – you experience it every day. But, the reality is that the world of the employee coming into the office everyday is over; the world of the employee using the locked down, managed desktop is over; the world of the crackberry is over. […]

Attunity Announces New Data Replication SaaS Solution for Amazon Web Services (AWS) Simple Storage Service (S3)

Attunity Ltd. (NASDAQ: ATTU), a leading provider of information availability software solutions, announced today that Attunity CloudBeam, its recently introduced high-performance SaaS platform for Amazon Web Services (AWS), has expanded its services to provide a new data replication-as-a-service solution for AWS’ Simple Storage Service (S3). Currently available for testing, the service provides replication and synchronization of […]

Intigua Debuts First Solution to Virtualize the Management Layer, Enabling Transition to the Cloud, at VMworld 2012

Intigua, the management virtualization company, today announced that it is debuting the industry’s first solution to bring the unprecedented power of virtualization to the enterprise management layer, at VMworld 2012 in San Francisco, August 26-30, 2012 (Booth 428). In addition to seeing a live demo of Intigua’s new management virtualization platform, VMworld visitors are invited […]

Application Compatibility – Think Holistically to Get it Right the First Time

Flexera Software
Savvy IT professionals know that migrating to a new platform – whether it is Windows 7 or some type of virtualization – requires a well thought out plan that places application compatibility front and center. After all, applications run the business, so migrating to the latest platform doesn’t do much good if the business can’t […]

Run Linux VMs on Google Cloud Platform’s Compute Engine

As part of its Google Cloud Platform lineup, Google has recently released its own version of hosted virtual machines to run large-scale compute workloads, à la Amazon’s EC2, in limited preview. It’s a funny move considering Google’s largely SaaS/PaaS strategy of providing products — not infrastructure, or utility IaaS-type computing. Yet, Google might have ulterior motives […]

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