Paul Stringfellow recently spoke with Cumulus Networks regarding their own software-defined networking strategy, “Infrastructure with purpose.” Their message resonated strongly with an aim to help enterprises deliver infrastructure in new ways, to meet rapidly changing demands and deliver beneficial outcomes – whether that is better services, products, or to improve efficiency and lower costs.
This week on the Gestalt IT Rundown, Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discussed the news from Google Cloud Next, the HPE-Nutanix partnership, AWS playing dirty, and more.
As tools emerge to aid developers and operations teams in gaining better understanding of their applications and identify root causes behind bugs, outages, and latency it is important to consider the infrastructure these applications run on as an element in testing.
How do you build a community? You have to build Trust first. Ethan Banks gave a great talk on Trust at Security Field Day and Tom Hollingsworth gives some thoughts on what this means.
While data storage/recovery remain as critical elements to business success, tech companies are increasingly bringing greater innovation to data protection as we see with IBM Storage.
How can you hope to fight viruses when you’ve never seen them before? Is the world of heuristic detection dead? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at Ziften and how they are harnessing the power of AI to provide a way to find unknown viruses.
Rich Stroffolino and Ken Nalbone and talking about the big IT news of the week. Today they are looking at the implications of Cloudflare’s new VPN, Intel’s bevy of datacenter announcements, who’s making money in HCI, and more!
How can you protect your virtual workloads in the cloud? Or your east/west traffic flows between hosts behind a perimeter firewall? Tom Hollingsworth talked to ShieldX about how they’re able to microsegement the traffic flows between your virtual workloads.
Like such technologies as virtualization and flash storage before it, storage class memory has the opportunity to change the way we design infrastructure and run applications. MemVerge has the advantage of being a first mover in this space.
The passion and knowhow brought by the team at LightStep speaks volumes to the company and product they have created. Yet the question on many folks’ minds was how anyone other than a very large enterprise could get started. With the release of LightStep Tracing, the question has been answered.