Academic and Non-Profit institutions face many challenges when it comes to keeping their IT operations running at optimum efficiency and agility. Atomic Data’s VMware solutions provide organizations with a platform to simplify datacenter operations, develop and manage cloud-based applications, and increase datacenter productivity.
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Upon arrival at the Las Vegas International Airport on Sunday, it was quite apparent that VMware was in town. VMware, EMC, Brocade and others were prominently displaying advertising throughout the Las Vegas Airport. The conference is being held at the Venetian with approximately 18,000 individuals registered. VMware will be demonstrating vSphere 5, the latest release of their core virtualiza
I'm sure there are still those of us who remember having to get up off the couch, walk across the room, and turn the dial on the black and white TV to the next station then have to adjust the antenna and walk back to the couch.
On January 18, 2011, F5 Networks moderated a focus group of nine high-level IT professionals, discussing the ramifications of the recent WikiLeaks-related, large-scale DDoS attacks on businesses. The IT professionals agreed to participate on grounds of anonymity.
Hacktivism: Cyberattacks Based on Personal Beliefs
Our Partnership with F5 allows us to bring our clients the very best in load balancing for an agile network and infrastructure. We understand the importance of application delivery for business and the need to have them perform as expected. Applications running across networks encounter a wide range of performance, security, and availability challenges.
Are you deploying multiple data centers for outages and application performance but there's not an intelligent way to route the user to the best site?
Application delivery delays, inefficiencies, and failures can cost millions in terms of wasted budgets, damage to company reputation, system and application downtime, legal liability, and lost opportunities. Reduce your IT costs by developing and managing a flexible network infrastructure for your applications.
Websites can experience any amount of traffic, but what happens when there is too much? What happens to your service when your network or server is flooded with requests and data? Denial of Service (DoS) is such a problem when e-mail or websites do not function as usual. The denial is most often accidental but can be a legitimate, planned attack on your network.
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Business intelligence tools and data warehouses have a long history of giving businesses the information they need to optimize their operations and make critical decisions. They are designed with specific questions in mind and are defined by database schemas, business rules, industry standards, laws and regulations.