Archive for: September 2014

Tintri Provides Competitive Edge for PTS Data Center Solutions’ Hosted Cloud Service

Tintri Multi-Tenancy Storage Delivers High Performance, Management Simplicity, and Comprehensive Visibility for VDI and DR-as-a-Service Offerings “Tintri’s approach to VM- and application-aware storage is a game changer. It’s giving me a distinct advantage over all of the other cloud providers, and there are a myriad of them out there. With Tintri, we will be one of the first service providers with the ability to do multitenancy for VDI and DR, with a virtually optimized high IOPS array.”

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IaaS, EaaS, PaaS, and DevOps – Good for Absolutely Everything

Recently, I have had a lot of discussion with customers and colleagues around IaaS, EaaS, PaaS, and DevOps. In these conversations, it has been clear that there is little clarity on what each of these are and how they can be paired or integrated. The items below are not listed in any particular order and are all essential elements to improving speed & agility in your application delivery pipeline and to reducing cost related to management and support activities.

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Juniper Networks Expands Spotlight Secure to Stop Advanced Malware and Emerging Threats

SUNNYVALE, CA–(Marketwired – Sep 9, 2014) – Juniper Networks (NYSEJNPR), the industry leader in network innovation, today announced new advancements in its security capabilities that extend the Juniper Networks® Spotlight Secure threat intelligence platform and link it with firewall policies in Juniper Networks SRX Series Services Gateways

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Cisco and Red Hat Unveil Integrated Infrastructure Solution for OpenStack

Cisco and Red Hat announced a new integrated infrastructure solution for OpenStack-based cloud deployments. Integrated infrastructure combines server, networking, storage and management software.

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NSA Exploring Use of Mineral Oil to Cool its Servers

Security secrets may soon be stored on swimming servers. The National Security Agency has been testing the use of immersion cooling for its massive data centers, dunking servers in tanks of a coolant fluid similar to mineral oil. The agency says the technology has the potential to slash cooling costs.

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Enabling Alternating Phase Power Distribution at the Data Center Rack Layer

The modern data center is a complex engine processing the world’s most complex workloads. Industry and user trends are indicating that reliance on data center resources will only continue to grow. This means that requirements around efficiency and rack-level density will grow as well.

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