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How do you capitalize on your virtual infrastructure investment while optimizing on your backup SLAs and mitigating risk for data loss and corruption? Shant Soghomonian, Director o...
The standard approach to securing data centers has emphasized strong perimeter protection to keep threats on the outside of the network. However, this model is ineffective for ha...
As adversaries rapidly refine their ability to develop and deploy malware that can breach network defences and evade detection, the security industry, as a whole, struggles to inno...
Cloud computing is the next killer of technology where people share pool of resources at same time. Hence, such evolution of technology has changed IT infrastructure. This has led ...
Many companies considering a private cloud implementation start with their own virtualized resources and then try to find a suitable management framework to fit their needs and bud...
The Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is emerging as most promising technology in supporting broadband multimedia communications. The congestion control plays important role in the ...
Zero-trust network security has become a popular feature of software-defined networking (SDN). Here's an overview of this security approach, along with some of the market options.
A cloud service is a business application composed of one or more virtual machines such as application servers, database servers and/or web servers. Visit the Return on Investment ...
Vendor lock-in is a big issue when you're managing an application lifecycle across more than one cloud provider. An OASIS specification solves this problem.
Whether you're using an all VMware environment or an alternative hypervisor, there's now an even bigger selection of management tools for virtual machine (VM) workloads.