A hyper-converged system is self-contained, well suited and right-sized for line of business operations.
We teach our children that sharing is a good thing, but then again most of them won’t grow up to be network administrators. Those who do will quickly learn that sharing isn’t always a good thing, especially when it means sharing storage, data, and application traffic over a single network.
Companies with remote or branch offices (ROBO) usually try to limit the number of IT employees at these remote locations. They do not usually staff IT infrastructure experts at these smaller offices, but instead employ an IT generalist who takes care of keeping things up and running day to day.
Today, one of the main concerns of our small to medium sized business (SMB) customers as they enter the new age of IT is that they don’t have the level of IT expertise or manpower to take advantage of emerging technologies.
Azure Webinar Series #1: Mobility and Access Management with Azure EMS
Fast and expensive. That pretty much sums up the way most IT people see Flash storage. No wonder some have likened all-Flash arrays to the data center equivalent of a sports car.
Enterprises are under increasing pressure to deliver mobile applications faster to both business users and customers. Deploying these applications in a public cloud environment allows enterprises to deliver mobile applications with greater ease.
The software-defined data center (SDDC) has moved from architectural concept to business reality in a surprisingly short amount of time.
When the concept of the cloud was first introduced, there was no discussion of building your own cloud.
Everywhere I go these days, I hear from IT departments how they feel caught between legacy systems and the cloud. And the truth is that it’s hard to see the future when you’re up to your ears in the past.