The Cloud is changing how service providers and enterprises deliver services to users and provides new opportunities to drive their business forward. With cloud infrastructure, apps, and services they can proactively respond to market and business needs with greater agility, while reducing costs and complexity.
Cisco and Ericsson Enable Service Providers and Enterprises to Embrace Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Deliver Cloud-based Security Services
Data storage may be one of the easiest facets of virtualization to explain, but that doesn’t make it immune to problems arising from confusion. There are a few things that can cause virtualized data storage to underperform, and most of them can be easily fixed by technicians who know their stuff.
Don’t worry, we’ll keep this one simple. Virtualization is confusing enough, and hyperconvergence is one of the newest solutions within the field, making it even harder to grasp. The quick and easy summary is this: Hypconvergence is about virtualizing the hardware and software components required to deploy and manage databases and virtualized desktop infrastructures.
If you grew up with a blackboard in school, you know that the teacher always used the board to provide the headlines and highlights of what was being discussed that day. Eventually, blackboards gave way to whiteboards, and chalk gave way to the dry-erase markers that made the walls so colorful.
Migrating your business’s data, applications and other critical resources to the cloud requires time and a bit of money. Performing a large-scale migration to Amazon Web Services delivers many benefits and is a cost-effective solution that most businesses should adopt.
Introducing FlashStack 5000-user VDI deployment with Cisco and Pure Storage Francoise Rees – August 19, 2016 – 0 Comments Used with the permission of http://thenetwork.cisco.com/ Digital business transformation is driving renewed interest in desktop and app virtualization as a mean to provide secure application and desktop delivery to a mobile, distributed and fluctuating workforce.
As difficult as virtualization may be to understand, it continues to march toward widespread adoption. Up until now, the service was mostly limited to making hardware and software resources better allocated based on needs. However, corporate bigwigs AT&T and Verizon are jumping into the game by adding the option to virtualize network services.
Keeping up with tech trends as a small or medium-sized business owner is tough. Virtualization may be a great example of this, but it’s definitely worth the effort. Between the boost to network security and ability to scale your workstations and servers according to your business growth, it’s time to start learning a little more […]