July 12, 2014, 10:46 am GMT  

19 item(s) containing the term "based"

My First Experiences with a Palo Alto Firewall

— I've been following Palo Alto as a networking company for a couple of years now.  Their claim is that the days of the port-based firewall are dead and that their application-centric approach is a far better way to enforce your access controls.  Take the HTTP protocol for example.  HTTP typically runs as a service on...
Jun 02 10:55:31 pm GMT / Web Admin Blog»

SAP set to add cloud services for vertical industries

— SAP is hoping to grab a bigger piece of the money its customers spend on cloud-based software by creating a new series of industry-specific services.
Jun 02 08:16:00 pm GMT / Computerworld Cloud Computing News»

Is OpenStack Dead?

— Is OpenStack dead (or rapidly dying)? We ask this question from two perspectives. First, can any OpenStack-based offering be economically competitive with offerings from Amazon, Microsoft, Google, and VMware? Second, can any consortium of vendors produce a viable public cloud offering in competition with vendors who o...
Jun 02 12:25:13 pm GMT / The Virtualization Practice»

REST Maturity

— In 2008, Leonard Richardson published his Maturity Heuristic that classified web services into three levels based on their use of URI, HTTP, and hypermedia. Back then, most web services were stuck at either level 1 or 2. Unfortunately, not a whole lot has improved since then in that respect: so...
Jun 02 11:00:44 am GMT / EMC Feeds »

Dell brings Ubuntu to tablets with new Inspiron hybrids

— The Linux-based Ubuntu OS is finding its way into tablets with Dell's latest Inspiron hybrids, which can function as tablets and laptops.
Jun 02 09:04:00 am GMT / Computerworld Dell News»

Top Five Best Practices for Your Application PaaS Audience

— The benefits of using a Cloud Platform-as-a-Service are clear – higher elasticity, lower cost and risk, and support for new business models. But what are some of the pitfalls? What type of workloads should you start with? And what will make your deployment successful? Based on data from a recent survey of 300 IT orga...
Jun 01 01:00:00 pm GMT / Latest News from Cloud Computing Journal»

Cloud, software options deflate sales of enterprise video systems

— Sales of videoconferencing and telepresence hardware systems are declining, hurt by an increase in cloud and software-based options that often are cheaper and simpler to deploy, according to an IDC study.
May 30 05:39:00 pm GMT / Computerworld Cisco News»

From “Boots on the Ground” to “Heads in the Cloud”

— From “military dedication” to “civilian success,”Veterans 360 Services is approaching the challenging transition of military service to civilian life with an innovative, focused and all-inclusive, 360 degree, process of education and employment. This San Diego-based veteran’s non-profit wants to lead the way ...
May 28 11:16:00 pm GMT / Latest News from Cloud Computing Journal»

Sponsored Post: Apple, Blizzard Entertainment, Cloudant, CopperEgg, Logentries, Wargaming.net, PagerDuty, HelloSign, CrowdStrike, Gengo, ScaleOut Software, Couchbase, MongoDB, BlueStripe, AiScaler, Aerospike, LogicMonitor, AppDynamics, ManageEngine,

— Who's Hiring? Apple has multiple openings. Changing the world is all in a day's work at Apple. Imagine what you could do here. Enterprise Software Engineer. Apple's Emerging Technology Services group provides a Java based SOA platform for various applications to int...
May 27 03:56:34 pm GMT / High Scalability - Building bigger, faster, more reliable websites.»

High Quality, Affordable Care in the Cloud

— Healthcare executives like you are challenged with implementing changes from healthcare reform, adapting to value-based reimbursement, and bending the cost curve. At the same time, you are expected to maintain a high level of patient satisfaction and deliver quality outcomes. Your operational and administrative systems...
May 27 01:00:00 pm GMT / Latest News from Cloud Computing Journal»

Google Cloud previews Docker-based virtual machines

— Google is throwing its weight behind containers, an increasingly popular virtualization technology that can ease the process of spinning up applications in the cloud.
May 23 08:27:00 pm GMT / Computerworld Virtualization News»

Cisco loses IoT chief to Chinese startup

— Cisco Systems hinted at future plans for the Internet of Things on Wednesday even as its former IoT chief joined a Shanghai-based startup that plans to use sensors and big data for renewable energy.
May 22 09:46:00 am GMT / Computerworld Cisco News»

Will Helion Save or Destroy HP?

— Helion is HP’s attempt to offer an enterprise-grade public, hybrid, and private cloud computing offering that can prevent customer defections to Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and VMware. Since Helion is based on OpenStack and there are no prior examples of successful public clouds based on OpenStack, HP faces some signi...
May 20 12:27:21 pm GMT / The Virtualization Practice»

HP expects first x86 Nonstop systems next year

— Hewlett-Packard is eyeing 2015 for the release of its first Nonstop systems based on x86 server hardware, a company official said this week.
May 01 08:30:00 pm GMT / Computerworld Servers News»

Business – Not Company Size – Should Define Storage Infrastructure

— Traditionally, storage has been defined as either midrange or enterprise, based on the assumption that midrange or smaller customers did not need the performance and availability of larger enterprise customers. As a result, midrange storage could be built on a simpler, lower cost, dual controller architecture, where on...
Apr 08 02:01:17 am GMT / Hu Yoshida»

New tech blog on journwe.com

— This blog has been retired. I am now blogging on http://labs.journwe.com. Have a look at my newest blog post: http://labs.journwe.com/2014/04/02/journwes-aws-based-web-application-architecture/ Cheers! Markus
Apr 02 06:58:58 pm GMT / Cloudy Times»

Becoming the verb for enterprise collaboration

— Cloud-based collaboration is solving a new set of challenges for enterprises. Is there a verb for it?
Mar 12 10:20:04 pm GMT / Software as Services Blog RSS | ZDNet»

Condo Computing (Own the base - Rent the Spike)

— There's a long standing joke in the cloud space. One that can be summed up as  "All your bases R belong to your cloud provider" a play on the pre-internet meme  “all your bases are belong to us” The mantra is one of not only lock-in but one that has become a fundamental cloud business premise based upon w...
Mar 12 10:33:00 am GMT / ElasticVapor - Life in the cloud»

In big step for robotics, one robot repairs another in space

— A robot completed repairs on another robot in space this week, advancing the possibility of future robots working in deep space, as well as Earth-based robots working in the enterprise.
Jan 01 04:00:00 am GMT / Data center news from Network World Fusion»