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Posted on Feb 17 2015 - 3:00pm by Newsfeed
Comments Off on Global Healthcare Cloud Computing Market will Reach USD 12,653.4 million in 2020 by Persistence Market Research
Healthcare cloud computing refers to a process which involves delivering hosted medical services to the clients. These services can be classified into majorly ......
Posted on Feb 16 2015 - 3:26am by Newsfeed
Comments Off on SDN Blogs: VSphere 6.0 Sees Significant Improvements
(Source: TechTarget) VMware's new vSphere 6.0 is finally out, and virtualization expert Bob Plankers shares what improved features he enjoys most on his blog, The Lone Sysadmin....
Posted on Feb 16 2015 - 3:20am by Newsfeed
Comments Off on A Rare Interview with Salesforce Cofounder Parker Harris
(Source: Business Insider) We knew sales force automation, we've been doing cloud computing pretty early, and it was just super exciting because we saw the possibilities of what we ......
Posted on Feb 16 2015 - 3:13am by Newsfeed
Comments Off on Infosys to Acquire Startup Panaya to Automate Customer Tasks
(Source: ComputerWorld) The company is expected to spend a part of its more than $5 billion cash reserves in acquisitions in the area of cloud computing, artificial intelligence and big ......
Posted on Feb 16 2015 - 3:07am by Newsfeed
Comments Off on Jelastic And ServNet Partner Proving That Mexico Is Cloud Ready
(Source: Host Review) Analysts predict that the Cloud Computing market in Latin America will grow at a CAGR of 26.1 percent over the period 2013-2018. In November 2014, market ......
Posted on Feb 16 2015 - 2:41am by Newsfeed
Comments Off on Why Hybrid Cloud Continues to Grow: A Look at Real Use-Cases
(Source Data Center Kknowledge) Cloud computing isn't going anywhere. In fact, there are more cloud platforms, services and environments being developed each and every day. The evolution ......
Comments Off on The Evolution of Disaster Recovery With VMware Virtual SAN
VMware Virtual SAN™ and vSphere Replication™ change the face of disaster recovery for the software-defined data center. According to recent VMware research, improving the availability of IT services is the single most desired IT outcome of the software-defined data center (SDDC)1. Forrester Research agrees, revealing that “improving BC/DR” was the top reason that customers began virtualizing their x86-server infrastructure i...
Comments Off on Seven Reasons to Consider Virtual SAN
The storage market is inundated by new technologies and architectures. In March of 2014, it went in an entirely new direction. That is when VMware introduced Virtual SAN: the first VMware entry into the “software-defined storage” product category. Virtual SAN is optimized for VMware vSphere® environments and is doing for storage what VMware vSphere did for compute. Since its introduction, Virtual SAN has captured a lot of industry at...
Comments Off on Seven Things a Virtualization Administrator Should Know About Virtual SAN
The big news in the vSphere world these days is “VSAN” –Virtual SAN, now supported as part of vSphere 5.5 U1. Virtual SAN represents a new approach to storage designed for virtual environments. With Virtual SAN, VI admins can create a shared pool of storage from locally attached disks in a vSphere cluster. You can think of Virtual SAN as part of the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC)—it’s software-defined storage. ...
Comments Off on Cost And Performance Comparison For Openstack Compute And Storage Infrastructure
While the operating assumption is that the OpenStack framework works best on open source components such as KVM, a just completed study by Principled Technologies and commissioned by VMware showed otherwise. Tests showed remarkably higher performance and substantially reduced costs when using OpenStack with VMware technology including vSphere when compared to OpenStack with Red Hat components. ...