Searched for: "creating a dynamic infrastructure through virtualization"
- Networking (4)
- Cloud (3)
- Leadership (3)
- Virtualization (3)
- Data Centers (2)
- Enterprise Software (2)
- Hardware (2)
- Servers (2)
- Windows (2)
- After Hours (1)
- Apps (1)
- Cisco (1)
- Cxo (1)
- Data Management (1)
- Emerging Tech (1)
- Mobility (1)
- Outsourcing (1)
- Social Enterprise (1)
- Storage (1)
- Unified Comms (1)
- Web Development (1)
About 38 results for "creating a dynamic infrastructure through virtualization"
IT Operations Analytics is becoming a hot field as technology grows ever more complex. Find out what it means and the benefits it can provide.
The enormous volume, velocity and variety of data flooding the enterprise, along with the push for analytics and business intelligence, is creating a massive challenge that is over...
Microsoft's Windows Azure Infrastructure Services is now generally available -- and its Virtual Network technology could be your ticket to deploying a secure hybrid cloud model.
Windows Server 2012 is generating a significant buzz among IT pros. Deb Shinder highlights several notable enhancements and new capabilities.
Guest contributor Jeanne Morain outlines four steps of a business service approach to migrating applications to the cloud.
Discover the warning signs of enterprise application failure so you can spot these issues before they add up to a nightmare situation for your company.
Thoran Rodrigues discusses cloud security concerns and breaks down the three primary elements that must all work together to provide a comprehensive security approach.
The flexible infrastructure of Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs) can be exploited to provide support to emerging communication paradigms. In this paper, the authors consider an archite...
Ian Hardenburgh introduces Eucalyptus, a management platform for hybrid (private and public) cloud infrastructures. He also discusses the potential performance and cost benefits of...
In this blog post, Rickatron shows how to transfer files to a VM without using the guest TCP/IP address.