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Green cloud computing is approach used to improve the utilization of computing resources those users are using in cloud computing network such as servers, storage, its applications...
Columbia Sportswear Extends IT Services and Capacity Without Overextending Staff by Adopting Hybrid Cloud
Columbia Sportswear is a family-owned business with thousands of employees and operations spread around the globe. Their challenges are to insufficient resources for managing a gro...
Private clouds are doomed to fail, and OpenStack may not be the answer. Matt Asay explains.
Data centers are morphing into computing singularities, albeit large ones. Silicon photonics will hasten that process. The reason why begins with Moore's Law.
Over the course of years, most operations manage to patch together all of the disparate systems that provide line-of-business support. While many organizations migrate older system...
With the rapid development of software defined networking and network function virtualization, researchers have proposed a new cloud networking model called Network-as-a-Service (N...
Readers will deem most 2015 data-center predictions unremarkable. Conjecture about raised floors and commissioning certifications might be the possible exception.
Cloud computing drive out the need of IT based companies to invest in high computing infrastructure and services used by them. In cloud, the data is dwell into set of networked res...
Alex Howard presents what he thinks might be the most important tech trends in 2015, which includes the hidden power of algorithms, continuous partial attention, and wireless body ...
If anything should be complex, it's Mesos -- the software that lets you run your data center like Google. But Mesosphere wants to make it easy and beautiful. Matt Asay explains.