Recently, Dremio released version 3.0 of their Data-as-a-Service platform. Since the release of Dremio over one year ago, the company has made several enhancements to the platform aimed at addressing many of the requirements for broader adoption of the platform by the enterprise.
Solving the riddle of wireless multicast isn’t always cut-and-dried. Guest blogger Hank Yeomans takes a look at the challenge he need to solve for his company and details his solution in this post.
In 2017, iPad Pros suddenly started appearing around the table at Tech Field Day events, supplanting the usual sea of laptops. With the release of new iPad Pro in 2018, will that trend continue, or will the versatility tradeoff eventually become too much for delegates?
Tom Hollingsworth and Jack Daniel discussed the biggest challenge in becoming a part of the security community today: agreeing to disagree. One of the negative aspects of social media and hyper connectivity is the new frame of mind that people have a position and will fight and shout for it without compromise. While that does have a time and place, it is not contributing to a healthy debate in the security community or other technology communities either.
This is post 40 of 40 in the series “IT Origins” Becky Elliott is a Senior Systems Administrator and a member of the NetApp A-Team. You can follow Becky on her blog, Twitter, and LinkedIn. What’s your IT origin story? How long have you been in the field? I’ve been in IT for about 20 […]
The Gestalt IT Rundown discusses the IT news of the week, each and every Wednesday. This week, Ken Nalbone and Tom Hollingsworth will further discuss the fallout of the IBM – Red Hat acquisition, Microsoft’s GitHub, enterprise drone, Xilinx on Azure, and more!
Edge computing and IoT are hot topics in today’s market. But not all edge computing solutions are built for the future. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at a new startup, Edgeworx, and what they’re doing to make a big splash at the edge.
As I reflect on my time in Nashville for Commvault GO 2018, I am struck by the impact this conference must have had for Commvault, its partners, and its customers. Although not small by any means, this Commvault-centric conference benefited from the self-contained environment at the Gaylord Opryland, resulted in a more intimate environment. I saw many instances of deep connections developing between the company and the attendees, showing why their investment was well worth it!
Big news broke over the weekend: IBM is buying Red Hat for $34 billion. What will this mean for the open-source stalwart and the larger hybrid cloud market? Stephen Foskett, Tom Hollingsworth, Ken Nalbone, and Richard Stroffolino discuss.
Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at the growing world of microsegmentation and how smaller companies like Guardicore are jumping at the chance to work with users to secure their applications and systems and ensure that traffic is only going where it is supposed to go.