July 14, 2014, 12:55 am GMT  

28 item(s) containing the term "years"

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»

Huawei Hits 10 G bps WiFi Speeds in Tests

— Reaching the milestone will help carriers and organizations meet demand for more bandwidth, but products are still several years away.
Jun 02 06:20:00 pm GMT / IT Infrastructure - RSS Feed»

Field Notes from Expeditions in the Cloud

— In his General Session at 14th Cloud Expo, Matt Wood, GM of Data Science at Amazon Web Services, will discuss some observations, themes and stories gathered from over eight years of providing cloud computing services to customers. He'll discuss expeditions companies have made to the cloud, along with the business drive...
Jun 02 04:00:00 pm GMT / Latest News from Cloud Computing Journal»

On The Eve Of SAPPHIRE Conference, Vishal Sikka Puts SAP In The Rearview

—  It’s been a month of Sundays since Vishal Sikka resigned from SAP, and I spoke to him a couple of days before the start of his former company’s SAPPHIRE user conference that begins Monday in Orlando. The conference will be going on without him for the first time in 12 years, and Sikka is fine with th...
Jun 02 02:20:25 am GMT / TechCrunchIT»

Why Microsoft Might Just End Up Owning the Future

— The past two years have seen an arms race at the high end of the virtualization arena. The biggest players in the space have competed furiously to add features and capabilities to their combined platform offerings, either by swallowing up smaller companies or investing heavily in product development. MDM, DaaS, hybrid ...
May 30 12:05:21 pm GMT / The Virtualization Practice»

A market analysis of emerging technology interfaces

— While touch interfaces are the most mature, motion-sensing technologies in areas like 3D modeling, IoT, and wearables will grow the most in the next three to five years.
May 28 10:46:07 pm GMT / GigaOM Cloud Computing»

The New Battleground in Analytics | Part 1

— As a relative newcomer to the world of Application Performance Management (APM) and the larger category of Application Intelligence, I knew I had a lot to learn. I came into this market having spent the last 15 years in the Analytics space. The idea of taking large volumes of disparate data and turning it into actionab...
May 27 05:00:00 pm GMT / Latest News from Cloud Computing Journal»

#EMCWorld 2014 – What Happened in Vegas…

— Earlier this month I attended EMC World in Las Vegas for the 4th consecutive year. This year’s theme was Redefine—fitting for a conference filled with IT specialists coping with the changing technology landscape It’s also a fitting theme for Las Vegas, where I lived for 8 years. It has ch...
May 27 03:30:36 pm GMT / EMC Feeds »

Google promises to patch Chrome OS for 5 years

— Google has extended its guaranteed support for Chrome OS on vendors' Chromebooks to five years, adding a year of support to nearly every device.
May 23 01:50:00 pm GMT / Computerworld Dell News»

Legacy IT makers IBM, EMC and others deal with, um, interesting times

— Even the giant IT vendors themselves admit we're in for a huge shakeout. The question is which of them will be left standing -- or independent -- in two to three years.
May 22 04:48:32 pm GMT / GigaOM Cisco»

Cloud DR is the Future and the Present

— Since launching Archimedius more than 6 years ago I’ve enjoyed pontificating about long term trends, from the rise of virtualization security to software-defined networking and the internet of things.  Lately I’ve been on a data center consolidation and cloud DR kick, spurred by career choices architected to place...
May 13 06:16:29 pm GMT / ARCHIMEDIUS»

Will your ECB disk storage be supporting you in seven years?

— A lot can happen in 7 years. By 2021, we will all be 7 years older. The explosion of technology trends like mobility, cloud, social, and the Internet of things will drive orders of magnitude more data and drive tremendous changes in our business and in our lives. IDC in their predictions for 2014 predicted [...]
May 02 06:47:25 pm GMT / Hu Yoshida»

So apparently we lost the grammar war, and on-premises is just called "on premise" now?

— I never thought I'd be writing a blog post like this, but now that I'm coming up on 20 years in this industry, and I'm writing on a website called BrianMadden.com, I feel like I've earned the right to. I'm saddened that the industry seems to have adopted...(read more)
May 01 04:03:00 am GMT / Brian Madden»

Internet of Things and Train as a Service

— Last week I was in the UK and had an opportunity to get an update on the Hitachi Train project, which was initially installed for the London Olympics. There has been a lot of progress in the past four years. Mechanized rail transport first appeared in England in the 1820s, almost 200 years ago. Today [...]
Mar 28 07:33:10 pm GMT / Hu Yoshida»

How To Be a Cloud Mogul(l) – Our 2014 RSA “Dueling Banjos/Cloud/DevOps” Talk

— Rich Mogull (Securosis) and I have given  a standing set of talks over the last 5-6 years at the RSA Security Conference that focus on innovation, disruption and ultimately making security practitioners more relevant in the face of all this churn. We’ve always offered practical peeks of what’s coming and w...
Mar 27 10:34:21 pm GMT / Rational Survivability»

Enterprise Risk Management for the Masses

— A couple of years ago I decided, along with support from my management, that Enterprise Risk Management would become a focal point for my Information Security Program.  I was convinced that framing vulnerabilities in the form of risks was essential to giving management visibility into issues they currently didn't know...
Sep 15 10:05:44 pm GMT / Web Admin Blog»

Backup to the Cloud

— Certainly there are a number of online backup solutions that pre-date the cloud hype of recent years. In particular Carbonite, one of the most popular, has been around since 2005. One of the attractions of cloud computing, however, is the ability to just provision the resources you need and only pay for what you use. [...
Aug 11 02:55:01 am GMT / Cloud Computing»

Incomplete Thought: In-Line Security Devices & the Fallacies Of Block Mode

— The results of a long-running series of extremely scientific studies has produced a Metric Crapload™ of anecdata. Namely, hundreds of detailed discussions (read: lots of booze and whining) over the last 5 years has resulted in the following: Most in-line security appliances (excluding firewalls) with the ability to a...
Jun 28 07:59:57 pm GMT / Rational Survivability»

Cloud in five years' time

— Here are my thoughts on the outlook for cloud in the next few years. Growth, disruption and regulation all loom large.
Oct 16 09:49:04 pm GMT / Software as Services Blog RSS | ZDNet»

Reviving The Cloud Computing Interoperability Forum (CCIF)

— It's been two years since for a variety factors we decided to stop posting to the Cloud Computing Interoperability Forum. Over that time, a lot has changed within the industry, as well as in my personal life (two kids) and professional life (Enomaly sold). The cloud has gone from a fringe concept to a mainstream phenom...
Mar 12 11:15:00 am GMT / ElasticVapor - Life in the cloud»

ARM V8 Architecture

Years ago, Dave Patterson remarked that most server innovations were coming from the mobile device world. He’s right. Commodity system innovation is driven by volume and nowhere is there more volume than in the mobile device world.  The power management techniques applied fairly successfully over the last 5 yea...
Jan 02 05:21:02 pm GMT / Perspectives»

Software Define Networking Comes of Age

— From the Last Bastion of Mainframe Computing Perspectives post:   The networking equipment world looks just like mainframe computing ecosystem did 40 years ago. A small number of players produce vertically integrated solutions where the ASICs (the central processing unit responsible for high speed data pac...
Oct 23 03:57:07 pm GMT / Perspectives»

All cloud roads lead to applications

— How has our perception of cloud-computing services changed over the last few years? Where do we go from here? The answer relies on one key princi...
Jun 30 07:49:25 pm GMT / The Wisdom of Clouds »

Holistic Approach to Energy Efficient Datacenters

— A little over three years ago, I joined Microsoft to lead the hardware engineering team that helped decide which servers Microsoft would purchase to run its...
Aug 02 08:00:00 am GMT / ms datacenters»

I went home and cried realizing that I was about to spend all of the money I'd made

— Two years ago I sat down with John Keagy and David Hecht from ServePath (most widely known for GoGrids.com now).  Unfortunately later that day I had a hard drive failure, with little recovered. About six months ago I found a VIM swap file of my notes with them, and today decided I should post what I have. My hope is t...
Jun 09 11:04:46 pm GMT / mhalligan's blog»

when architects worship the model and methodology

— In the last 4 years of IT architecture,  I’ve seen a movement to promote modeling and taxonomy discipline into the profession.    This has promoted consistency where more and more IT architects can model systems with less confusion...(read more)
Apr 29 05:36:39 pm GMT / Thoughts from the raised floor. Lewis Curtis Blog site»

Silicon Architecture will change the way we work

— I've been exposed recently to some incredible developments in the silicon world. Some that I cannot mention. However, I do want to share with you an opinion about how this world will impact our world. Over the years, servers, storage and network systems...(read more)
Feb 26 09:10:00 pm GMT / Thoughts from the raised floor. Lewis Curtis Blog site»