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Anyone who ever monitored or analyzed an application uses or has used averages. They are simple to understand and calculate. We tend to ignore just how wrong the picture is that averages paint of the world. To emphasis the point let me give you a real-world example outside of the perfo...
The Java Platform Enterprise Edition 7 specification early draft is available for download. All these years the focus was to introduce several APIs and technologies as part of the platform to make it more powerful, simple and complete. This is the first time the focus has shifted in a ...
If I had to give this book a one word description, I would say it is 'balanced'. In the beginning of the book the author mentions that he does not want to right one of those books that list a little code and then explains the code, changes the code, explains those changes and so on and...
It’s been a busy and successful seven days for online retailers. Black Friday and Cyber Monday traffic and sales were well above 2011, and there was the extra benefit to those businesses that started deals on Thanksgiving Night. The traffic data collected by the Compuware Ecommerce and...
Designing and implementing a hybrid encryption application is a big challenge but without a supporting infrastructure it’s almost impossible. There are open source libraries that allow you to encrypt a file but only provide the translation technique. After the information has been encr...
The aim of the Architecture Assurance is to provide collaborative architecture processes for assuring complete implementation of the technical solutions that are aligned with the business drivers of an enterprise in a timely environment. The effective sharing of the information across ...
C12G Labs, the company behind the OpenNebula project, has just announced the availability of the OpenNebula Sandbox for Amazon EC2. OpenNebula is a widely-deployed open-source management solution for enterprise data center virtualization and private cloud computing that implements the ...
Reports that rPath, the source code automation start-up founded in 2005 by ex-Red Hat technical folk, was looking for a buyer proved true. Business analytics software shop SAS Institute has acquired its code and some of its staff expecting to expand its ability to automate and manage...
BYOD was arguably the biggest buzz word of 2012 and is now an unstoppable, user-driven wave which will continue to make a major impact on the IT world in 2013 and beyond. Smartphones, tablets and laptops all come under this category, as well as desktop PCs used remotely from home. BYO...
Neebula software provides an immediate return-on-investment that is simply not possible with traditional approaches to creating service models for data centers. Seeking to make existing investments in IT Service Management software more productive and cost-effective, Neebula announces...
Compuware Corporation on Wednesday announced that REALTECH AG is incorporating Compuware APM – dynaTrace Data Center Real User Monitoring (DC RUM) – into the latest release of its IT service management software, theGuard! Service Management Center. This will enable REALTECH to enhance ...
Recent IDC research shows that worldwide spending on cloud services will grow almost threefold, reaching $44.2 billion by 2013. And a recent Gartner report predicts that the volume of enterprise data overall will increase by a phenomenal 650% over the next five years. These two unstop...
is used in capacity planning, designing and engineering networks. It’s paying about $141 million in cash and retention incentives. Cariden, whose clients include Verizon, Deutsche Telecom, SingTel and Swisscom, specializes in optimizing traffic management and visibility on service pr...
Google’s bid for an injunction halting the sale of Microsoft products based on Motorola Mobility’s standard-essential patents (SEPs) has failed. A federal judge in Seattle last Thursday said the SEPs, which in this case cover video decoding, can’t be used for injunctions. He’s the ...
This week, we’ve been putting both the iPad 4 and the Microsoft Surface tablet through their paces. In our testing, we’re happy to say that both tablets are very solid HTML5 platforms. Internet Explorer 10 on the Surface has a broad, well-implemented HTML5 feature set that mostly meets...
Too often overlooked, SIEM (security information event management) needs to be a integral part of any enterprises security best practices. It facilitates a holistic view of an IT landscape and allows a company to be more proactive with its security initiatives. First and foremost, SIE...
Swarovski – the leading producer of cut crystal in the world – relies on its eCommerce store as much like other companies in the highly competitive eCommerce environment. Swarovski’s story is no different from others in this space: They started with “Let’s build a website to sell our p...
HP has broadened its BSM solutions to deliver better end-to-end visibility into IT applications and services by exploiting powerful, real-time and historical analytics. As organizations have adopted virtualization and cloud technologies, the complexity to effectively monitor trouble ...
Another one of Andreessen Horowitz’s seemingly endless supply of gold-tinged start-ups whose future is supposed to be theirs to lose has come out of start-up hiding to proclaim the existence of its newfangled SaaS-style data-warehouse-as-a-service for Big Data analytics running initial...
SYS-CON Events announced today that Aspera, Inc., creator of patented fasp™ transport technology that moves the world’s digital assets at maximum speed, will exhibit at SYS-CON's 12th International Cloud Expo, which will take place on June 10–13, 2013, at the Javits Center in New York ...
Which of the recent big acquisitions within the Cloud and/or Big Data space have most grabbed your attention as a sign of things to come? In this Lunchtime Power Panel at the 11th International Cloud Expo, chaired by Conference Chair Jeremy Geelan, Treb Ryan, Chief Strategy Officer, Cl...
In the current world, data is continuously being generated across various layers of organizations and environment due to changes in the system states or due to the occurrence of new events. These changes in the state of the existing system can happen due to the arrival of a new order r...
MySQL, just like other relational databases, is complicated. It can jam at any time jeopardizing your applications or business without notice. Most MySQL malfunctions are due to common mistakes. It is essential to avoid these mistakes, often hidden by configuration trap or workload, to...
Despite – or maybe because of – the mess Autonomy’s created, HP is considering using some of its Intelligent Data Operating Layer (IDOL) technology for a free online service for analyzing Big Data more or less in real-time, IDG says. It heard it last Wednesday during a webcast HP hel...
HP was sued Monday in a San Francisco federal court by shareholders irate over how its $8.8 billion write-off last week drove the stock to the ground. HP claimed Autonomy inflated its value through falsified financials before it was acquired in October for $11.1 billion. HP said the ...
A short ungrammatical misspelled press release put out on PRWeb Monday morning and jumped on by the AP and TechCrunch because it claimed that Google had paid $400 million for Rhode Island-based public hotspot provider ICOA proved to be a hoax. The company’s pink sheets stock sells fo...
Eucalyptus Systems, the open source cloud company, has been busy hardening the platform and is days away from delivering its third feature release in the last year. CEO Marten Mikos says he’s “amazed at the engineering cadence. It’s better than at MySQL.” He ought to know. He’s the...
Imagine it as if it’s actually happened – your network has crashed and all your organization’s critical applications and associated data have vanished. This worst-case scenario is one every business owner fears. Whether it’s due to a storm, a break-in or the crash of your hard drive, t...
Companies of every size and kind are making the transition to an integrated infrastructure as a way to implement cloud computing, streamline their business and keep costs down. It's also a way to increase the performance of important applications and keep the IT service efficient. Inte...
We all know that since the early ‘90s, Internet usage has exploded. Buying online, booking a trip or communicating with friends and relatives are just a few examples of what all of us are doing every day. The continuous development of broadband connectivity has also made easy the growt...
Over the last decade, Business Process Outsourcing has become an enterprise standard way of delegating the non-core processes to third-party service providers, which resulted in cost controls and business efficiency. This BPO industry has further matured by providing innovation to the ...
Rackspace says it’s gussied up its free Private Cloud Software, a k a Alamo, boosting remote support capabilities for on premise OpenStack-powered clouds, helping companies to monitor their private clouds, and providing more storage capabilities. It claims that since Alamo launched in...
The debate between data and information has been going on for quite some time. When people say “knowledge is power”, are they referring to data or information? Is knowledge different still? And how about “intelligence” where does that fit? How can we go from data to information to kno...
Liberty Mutual Insurance is building security deeply into its overall business practices, not just viewing it as an IT add-on. This has led to higher enterprise resiliency and responsiveness to risk. We'll see how the requirements of compliance and regulatory governance are aligning w...
esProc supports various data sources. These data sources could be JDBC-driving databases or sequence files that are not stored in database like Excel and Txt. With esProc, analysts can access data from a single data source or from multiple data sources. Results can be showed in esProc ...
Service enablement of existing enterprise applications helps us to extend the functionality of enterprise applications to mobile devises. Service enablement framework is explained in the multi layered approach for mobile browsers and also for native mobile applications. Different ways ...
This time of year, many companies are now in the process of conducting web load testing in advance of the holidays. In this article, you'll learn details on how a large online retailer conducted web load testing in advance of the holiday spike in traffic – and they're moving into the h...
PCI (Payment Card Industry) enforces Data Security Standards that looks to ensure that ALL companies that process, store or transmit credit card information maintain a secure environment. This can be a burdensome task unless retailer can leverage the cloud. This article takes a look at...
Amazon has set up data centers in Australia to supply its cloud services to Australia-based businesses and global companies with customers in Australia. It’ll be Amazon Web Services’ ninth region, the Asia Pacific (Sydney) Region, and the third Region in Asia Pacific after the Singap...
Since opening its doors in Europe a year ago, thousands of companies across the continent are relying on SoftLayer Technologies to achieve the scalability, performance and time-to-market they require to succeed and stay ahead of the competition. Companies such as Binweevils, Boxed Ice,...