The supercomputer crown has been taken by an Arm-based design for the first time. Not only is this a noticeable win for the architecture, but it also starts to usher us into the age of exascale computing.
Tom Hollingsworth sits down with Khalid Raza, formerly of Viptela, to discuss how the landscape of technology is changing and how SD-WAN is enabling businesses to keep up with the changing needs of their users, consumers, and the workforce in general.
IT Consultant, Chris Williams, examines Kubernetes and containers after participating in the Pure Storage Spotlight Podcast.
Jim Jones is coming to Cloud Field Day 8, so let’s get to know him!
Technologist, Dan Frith, discusses the importance of using the right tool for the job when you’re tasked with protecting your organization’s data. With Druva inSync endpoint protection, you get backup, eDiscovery, data loss prevention, and compliance monitoring, all in the one package. When combined with centralized monitoring, mobile device management integration, and single sign-on support, Druva looks to be a pretty compelling option for laptop data protection.
In this Tech Talk, Joep Piscaer explores Pure Storage’s FlashBlade Purity 3.0 and how it works. With the FlashBlade’s distributed scale-out architecture, the load is spread across all blades in the cluster, maximizing performance. Pure Storage is helping operators manage the lifecycle of not just the data, but the storage platform itself, too.
Following his appearance in the Pure Storage Spotlight Podcast, Tech Blogger, Drew Conry-Murray, explores how storage vendors are embracing containers.
What does your branch office look like? I’m sure the answer to that question is different than it was just six months ago. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look back at Riverbed’s presentation from Networking Field Day 22 and how they have the right tools to make your new branch work just like it should.
Today’s world is driven by software. Applications rule the tech space and they are increasingly relying on machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) to make better, faster decisions. But there are some technologies that don’t really take full advantage of AI. Can an algorithm replace a person troubleshooting? Is something at is as much art as science able to leverage the power of a computer to get the job done? Is it true that AI Can’t Do Much For Wi-Fi?
News came out this week that Dell is reportedly looking to either spinoff or fully subsume VMware. This comes out of financial pressure the infrastructure giant is feeling, essentially having its remaining businesses seen as undervalued. What would be the impact for Dell in either scenario? Rich Stroffolino discusses which is more likely, and what the implications would be for the IT world.