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Scale, Flexibility Place New Demands on Databases

December 1st, 2015 Comments Off on Scale, Flexibility Place New Demands on Databases
In a new research report, Gartner advises clients to consider the “avant-garde” of new relational databases from vendors like MemSQL, NuoDB, and VoltDB when projects call for large amounts of scalability and elasticity on industry-standard hardware, while retaining the ...

Network Management Automation: The First Step Toward SDN

November 30th, 2015 Comments Off on Network Management Automation: The First Step Toward SDN
Unless you live under a rock, if you work in IT, you’ve heard of software defined networking (SDN). The question, however, is are you ready for it? If your answer is anything less than yes, it’s time you start ...

On the Front Lines of Advanced Scale Computing: HPC at BP and Rolls-Royce

November 25th, 2015 Comments Off on On the Front Lines of Advanced Scale Computing: HPC at BP and Rolls-Royce
This is the second of two articles based on the “HPC Impact Showcase” series at SC15 last week in Austin, real-world applications of advanced scale computing to improve business competitiveness and innovation. The first article looked at Boeing; here ...

On the Front Lines of Advanced Scale Computing: HPC at Boeing

November 23rd, 2015 Comments Off on On the Front Lines of Advanced Scale Computing: HPC at Boeing
The Boeing Company has one of the largest corporate IT portfolios in the world, an organization comprised of some 7,500 people, most of them in the United States. Instrumental to product design at the company’s commercial, defense and R&D ...

DDN’s Bouzari on the Spread of Advanced Scale Computing into the Enterprise, and the Object-based ‘Connected Society’ of the Future

November 13th, 2015 Comments Off on DDN’s Bouzari on the Spread of Advanced Scale Computing into the Enterprise, and the Object-based ‘Connected Society’ of the Future
The entire HPC world – from traditional HPC research sites to advanced scale computing in the enterprise – is at a crossroads. Then again, has it ever not been? A company standing in the crossroads, one that is usually ...

Cloud Data Security: ‘360-degree’ Protection Against Malicious Data Use

November 6th, 2015 Comments Off on Cloud Data Security: ‘360-degree’ Protection Against Malicious Data Use
Cloud security technology providers Palerra and Okta have joined forces on what they call a scalable “360-degree” cloud data protection offering that guards data from without and within. The partnership starts with Okta’s user credentials capabilities that act as ...
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