While big data and the cloud have clearly arrived, the repercussions of that arrival are still being felt in the IT planning room as CIOs re-evaluate their data strategies.
Microsoft SQL Server, although very robust for a wide variety of business applications, was rarely considered as a business intelligence (BI) and analytics tool because it wasn’t deemed to have the robust capabilities that real-time BI and data analytics require.
Maybe it was only appropriate that HPE held their biggest conference of the year, HPE Discover 2016, in Las Vegas, as they’re clearly betting everything on the cloud.
HPE and Rolta AdvizeX have put themselves squarely in the middle of the fight, by helping enterprises create a winning cloud strategy for the future.
Networks and wireless networks especially are becoming ubiquitous in our businesses, schools, airports, and even uptown business districts.
The trouble is that applications don’t stay in the data center. Obvious statement, but they are worthless unless some user can access them.