The challenge of data management is something organizations have struggled with for decades. Within the storage market, the race has been on to provide customers with a solution that helps ease the burden associated with data management within the data center and across clouds. At Cloud Field Day 6, Hammerspace presents the answer customers are looking for.
Thinking of buying your first home? Well, if you’re wondering how to do that in the post-COVID-19 world, Jason Benedicic shares his thoughts about the process he’s endured while contemplating the purchase of a home.
How do you prove who you are? Are you going to rely on some big company to tell other people that you are you? What if we could validate identity with the companies and software that know us the best and still keep it all secure? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at Identiq, a new company looking to create a peer-to-peer identity validation network.
Hyperconverged solutions have done a great deal to simplify the way datacenter infrastructure is approached. However, these types of solutions do have their flaws, and they aren’t a good fit in every situation. HPE has recognized this and brought the best attributes of converged stacks and hyperconverged solutions to market in the form of HPE Nimble dHCI.
Lots of us are experiencing the joy of working from home right now and many people are also experiencing the fun of virtual events. How are these events working?
A quick non-official poll:
“I am never leaving my house again!”
“I despise virtual conferences.”
“An in-person interaction can’t bring more to the table than my computer screen and I can bring (to the kitchen table).”
“Events are a thing of the past and are being replaced with the almighty virtual option.”
Who’s right? Join us as we’ll discuss the various ways in which we can weigh a virtual vs in-person event, and why there are some things that just can’t be replaced.
As enterprises evolve to adopt SD-WAN, the first question they encounter is how to smoothly migrate to the new architecture. Faisal Khan explains how SD-WAN should not just solve the connectivity issue but also make the networks simpler.
Programming hardware isn’t easy. Unless you start out with the idea that you’re going to use a language that is easy to adapt to your needs. Tom Hollingsworth looks at the decisions made by Pensando to leverage P4 to extend its platform to adapt to the future needs of its customers.
The rise of cheap but capable ARM processors, and the saturation of internet connectivity with Wi-Fi and cellular, has led to the rapid spread of Internet of Things devices. IoT can now be found across the consumer and enterprise landscape, finding itself particularly well suited for industrial, campus, and municipal applications. But has security risen to meet the sudden influx of IoT devices? Not quite. Rich Stroffolino breaks down the problem, why enterprises will eventually catch up, and what the regulatory landscape might look like when they do.
ARM in the datacenter used to be little more than a square in buzzword bingo. But we’re seeing companies continue to invest in the idea, including AWS. With instances based on their second generation Graviton processors now available, ARM in the datacenter seems to be gaining some momentum.
Application Performance Management often faces the thankless task of trying to monitor and manage increasingly complex applications. SolarWinds’ APM suite smartly views apps through three distinct philosophical lenses to provide IT will a full spectrum of visibility.