IT connectivity has become more important as bandwidth-intensive applications have moved to the cloud. There are reliability and security issues associated with basic internet connections. To learn more about IT connectiviity and the cloud in the data center download this white paper.
Enterprise cloud services are in more demand now than ever before. These services hold steady appeal for both companies that require support for on premise IT, as well as those who use fully external services. To learn more download this white paper.
The need for the “Connected Infrastructure of Tomorrow” is approaching faster than you think. With the Internet of Things (IoT) there are new and critical considerations to think about as one prepares for what’s ahead. Learn how to prepare your infrastructure to handle IoT
Business and IT are no longer separate silos. Your application is your business, and software development is the glue that holds it together. But how can you develop your business and the applications that support it at the same time? How far can you push one before the other breaks?
In fact, these large developers and operators are creating a new generation of data centers that continue to change the landscape of the industry. Just as the mainframe generation gave way to the client/server generation, the client/server generation is now being replaced by the cloud generation (Figure 1). This generation of data centers is marked by a philosophy of deploying only “what is needed, when it’s needed” to support a particular application or set of applications fast and efficiently.
G Cloud is a cloud computing platform subsidiary to Shanda Games Limited, the most well-known online gaming operator in China. Supporting dozens of titles for mobiles, PCs and web browsers, G Cloud is the corner stone of Shanda Games’ powerful game operation and it also serves numerous external users in the internet industry. G Cloud provides customized operation management services such as cloud server, physical server, cloud DB and CDN, allowing users to have the exclusive right to the resource pool and make necessary adjustment to meet the requirements of the everchanging internet industry. Download this Case Study to learn more.
When any person, product or technology reaches the level of public awareness where nuance has given way to ubiquity, and the singularity denoted by the word “the” has become the accepted prefix to a name or descriptor, opportunity for competitors often begins to arise from their long shadows. For a number of customers, the shared nature of public clouds is an acceptable negative element of the solution’s experience, but as in the case of dedicated data centers, the unique requirements of a sizeable segment of the marketplace have led them to a perspective that is totally at odds with your mother’s admonishments regarding the relationship between your toys and your siblings and friends, in other words: it’s not so nice to share. To Learn more download this white paper.
“We’re putting everything into the Cloud” – Has any phrase in recent years been so universally adopted to serve as the summation point for corporate IT strategy than this one? From one perspective, this is a perfectly logical assertion since you won’t find many naysayers in, or outside, of the organization that will argue that this is some form of heresy in relation to current IT orthodoxy. On the other hand what does this really mean when we scratch below the surface? Do they really mean everything? Download this white paper to learn more.