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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,...
Is the term “Gamification” a buzzword or is it a real trend which will change the way things are sold … services are delivered? Is it a fad or is it fundamentally life altering trend? Is it something new or is it an old wine in a new bottle? If you are not familiar with the term the...
“There are back-office batch processes written in COBOL that work fine. And, there are apps written for client/server that will continue running great in a virtualized environment,” stated Troy Angrignon, Vice President, Sales & Partnering at Cloudscaling, in this exclusive Q&A with Cl...
Organizations have become accustomed to accepting the inherent risk associated with point-in-time security assessments. With the emergence of new compliance regulations and the increasing ability to easily change environments through virtualization, we are shifting to a standardized ap...
Citrix CloudPlatform, powered by Apache CloudStack, has been the platform of choice for more than 100 public and private production clouds. In his Lunchtime Focus Keynote at the 11th International Cloud Expo, Shannon Williams, VP Cloud Market Development at Citrix, will provide an in...
An eCommerce site that crashes seven times during the Christmas season being down for up to five hours each time it crashes is a site that loses a lot of money and reputation. It happened to one of our customers who told this story at our annual performance conference earlier this mont...
The Browser Agent now supports all major versions of Internet Explorer (IE6 - IE10) and Firefox (FF 3.6, FF 4-FF 16). This allows you to test your web sites across all the different browser versions your real end users are using to access your site. With the built-in screenshot capabil...
SYS-CON Events announced today that Objectivity, Inc., makers of InfiniteGraph, The Distributed Graph Database™, will exhibit at SYS-CON's 11th International Cloud Expo, which will take place on November 5–8, 2012, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. View demos of ...
Microsoft Thursday launched the biggest, most dramatic makeover of its operating system since Windows went graphical, perfuming the effort with a billion-dollar marketing budget. Windows 8 will be on the street Friday, October 26. It has to best the competition from the smartphones an...
Private equity houses KKR, TPG Capital or Bain Capital Partners may be persuaded to take BMC private. Bloomberg says the company, which has a market cap of $6.5 billion, met with potential buyers last week. It also approached Oracle, Cisco, Dell, EMC and CA. Bloomberg says those st...
Does the following situation sound familiar? From one minute to the other, your production servers grind to a halt, terse emails are complemented by equally hectic phone calls, and the first order of business is to get back up and running. After the dust settles, you’re usually left wi...
In this fast-moving Lunchtime Power Panel at the 11th International Cloud Expo, chaired by Cloud Expo Conference Chair Jeremy Geelan, industry-leading Execs & VPs of Technology will discuss such topics as: Which of the recent big acquisitions within the Cloud and/or Big Data space ha...
Traditional Enterprise Database vendors often bring up the lack of professional monitoring and management tool support for NoSQL solutions. Their argument is that enterprise applications require sophisticated tuning and monitoring of the database in order to ensure a performant and smo...
Recently FireScope Inc. introduced the general availability of its Stratis product. Stratis brings all of the FireScope Unify capabilities to the cloud, with the added advantage of a new architecture that delivers near infinite scalability. Moreover, the new Stratis architecture provid...
We face the challenge of monitoring and managing performance in clouds every other day. Not only is application performance management different in a cloud, but all clouds are not equal either. In his session at the 11th International Cloud Expo, Michael Kopp, technology strategist a...
Today's CIOs and IT directors are facing new challenges in managing electronic content archives. In addition to the demand to meet evolving legal and regulatory requirements, organizations are creating a sea of structured and unstructured content in more formats and sent over more chan...
Building cloud and API driven mobile apps introduces numerous complexities around syncing, caching, and securing data. In his session at the 11th International Cloud Expo, Alex Gaber, an API Evangelist for Layer 7 Technologies, will explore and review numerous tools and frameworks, i...
The latest OSX update released last week removes all traces of what used to be an Apple-provided Java applet plug-in from Mac-compatible browsers when it installs. Apple doesn’t say why but it’s telling users to go to Oracle for the latest version of the plug-in if they need it for a...
In her hands-on workshop session at the 11th International Cloud Expo, Diane Mueller, the Cloud Evangelist for ActiveState, will introduce conceptual cloud architectural principles and show how private Platform as a Service enables cloud app development, deployment, and management. S...
The smart investment money in software application development is in the management layer. Actually that’s not true, the smart money is probably on almost every level of the application development lifecycle; but the deployment, release automation, testing, governance and release mana...
On my recent visits to Velocity, WebPerfDay and Apps World in London, Real User Monitoring (RUM) was the hot topic. That triggered my thinking about the differences between vendors. They all promise the same for a varying range of prices – from free to a couple thousand US dollars. Wha...