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For more than a decade we have heard constant warnings about the coming of “cyber war” and “cyber terrorism.” The prophets of cyber doom have promised that cyber attacks are just around the corner that will be on par with natural disasters or the use of weapons of mass destruction. With every new report of a cyber attack, the prophets exclaim that their visions have finally come to pass, and so it is with the most recent attack against Sony. But in most prior cases, after the dust has settled, the belated arrival of cyber war, terrorism, or doom has failed to live up to the initial hype. The s...
There are boggling challenges on the planet, each of them affecting all of us, one way or another. Food. Clean water. Vaccinations. Health care in general. Then those second-level concerns which are also catalysts for the big problems: transportation, communications, finance. There are about 7.2 billion people on the Earth-around a modest 7 gigapeople in computer terms. (This should give one an idea of how big all those magnitudes beyond a gigabyte-terabytes, petabytes, exabytes, and zettabytes--really are.) Trillions of dollars will be required to solve any of the big problems for all t...
The next release candidate for 1.11.0 will be out very shortly, but I thought it best to post a brief update on the past week’s work as this week saw a concentrated effort on core optimization. First we took another look at the use of arguments lists throughout the framework and found several more occurrences of it being accessed in an inefficient manner. Depending on the browser, accessing arguments in such a way that causes it to be allocated can be up to 80% slower and so it’s really good to have these all fixed.
A series of articles written about the new cloud war between Amazon and VMware has attracted plenty of interest, despite being spread across a few media sites andArchimedius. So I thought I would put them together in a single location for easy reference with other blogs that put the conflict within a broader perspective:
Last week as I was writing Amazon Declares War on VMware, VMware was preparing to announce the acquisition of a pro services team to aid in cloud migration (see coverage in CRN): VMware Acquires Professional Services Firm To Boost Cloud Migration, DevOps Expertise. You can get my thoughts on Amazon’s frontal assault on VMware and […]

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The FBI just posted the first official written articulation of why they believe North Korea is linked to the ongoing Sony Hack. As someone who has worked with FBI investigators in the past I have to tell you they do not go public like this unless they have evidence. It is true they have been […]

We may conclude that Ánalytics Hardware For IoT’ may be a big thing in 2015 along with the rest of software framework that is already part of it.`Also the exact nature of Analytical capabilities needed for these devices are not fully specified as a standard across vendors, but with the initiatives like Fog Computing they may be standardized in the coming days.
AppDynamics role with Cloud Foundry is two-fold. First, as a member of the foundation, we’ll offer our unparalleled performance monitoring and cloud experience to help define the standards for the initiative, dedicating resources and contributing code in the true open-source spirit. Second, we’ll create application performance management solutions for our clients who are adopting the Cloud Foundry PaaS. AppDynamics’ performance credentials for the cloud are impressive. Public, private, or hybrid, we help our customers to realize the full potential of their cloud deployments. Smooth migratio...
The Bridge Group is known for publishing insightful studies that aid SaaS Sales & Marketing leaders to build and optimize their inside sales strategies. They are working on the 5th round of their SaaS inside sales research and would like our help completing a 6-7 minute survey. Your answers will remain anonymous, and in return the research promises action-oriented guidance on compensation benchmarks, selling strategies, productivity and performance best practices, and more. If you are able, please take a few moments to fill out the survey: 2014-15 Bridge Group SaaS Inside Sales Research ...

Recently Arista released a white paper surrounding the idea that having deeper buffers running within the network can help to alleviate the incast congestion patterns that can present when a large number of many-to-one connections are happening within a network. Also known as the TCP incast problem. They pointedly targeted Hadoop clusters, as the incast […]

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Many projected use cases for IoT won’t directly generate revenues. To achieve greater efficiency, companies are deploying IoT sensors internally throughout their organizations to optimize their use of everything from computer servers to lighting to HVAC systems to employee productivity. “Smart cities” are doing the same, only on a much higher scale. Amsterdam is leading the way. It’s employing IoT technology in everything from improving traffic flows in real time, to emergency response, to optimizing public transit use and maintenance. On the surface, these particular applications of IoT...
(article written for the Scality blog) It has been six years since I wrote my first object storage blog, even though I didn’t mention object storage in that specific article. I had my head in the clouds as our early cloud startup was being acquired by Sun Microsystem when someone asked me to write a […]
Several current trends in cloud computing leading into 2015 actually exhibit a tension between themselves. One trend, a well-known fact that will continue in the New Year to a greater extent, is that enterprises are rapidly moving to the cloud because of its operational efficiencies. This now includes enterprise projects that have sensitive data. Unlike the early days of “The Cloud,” enterprises are now stepping up with some of their crown jewels. Industries that will accelerate adoption in the New Year are Healthcare, Insurance, Utilities, Finance, and to some extent Banking.
For business leaders today, it’s not enough to drive company growth, seek competitive advantages and provide vision. In this era of advanced cyberattacks, executives also need to keep their companies’ data security strategies top of mind. The Ponemon Institute’s 2014 Cost of Data Breach Study reports that the average cost of a data breach to a company was $3.5 million, a 15 percent increase over last year.
In late August, voke, Inc. debuted its “Market Snapshot Report: Virtual and Cloud-Based Labs,” about how companies of all sizes and levels of testing sophistication view, use and benefit from virtual and cloud-based development and testing technologies. The results were pretty amazing―even we were surprised! Among the many benefits the 503 participant companies (50% of which were U.S. based) cited, 53% saw reduced CAPEX (capital expenditures) from the use of virtual and cloud-based labs. Thirty-nine percent said they help eliminate defects prior to production, and 33% said they improve audi...