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With Cisco's Intercloud Fabric, users can migrate workloads across different public and private clouds. But are enterprises really ready for a multi-cloud world?
Colocation, much like virtualization, is often mistaken for cloud. Despite some similarities, the two technologies are worlds apart.
Xen reboots through live migration and other tactics for patching the hypervisor vulnerability point to better resiliency in public cloud.
Increased use of advanced networking functionality and virtual networking could lead to improved DevOps software quality.
For many reasons, enterprise architects are now considering cloud-based IDEs as an alternative to a desktop development environment.
Learn about the front facing portal applications happening at Liferay in this interview with TSS and Ray Auge of Liferay.
Predictive modeling is all about finding insights in data. But it isn't an academic exercise, and accelerating the delivery of those insights can pay off big in business value.
Geographic information systems have been around for decades, but simplified tools aimed at traditional business users are spurring greater adoption.
Many members of the general public, which includes business executives, don't really understand what analytics is all about. It's up to data scientists to educate them.
Running an enterprise resource planning system and HFM projects together can be hard, but it offers a time to improve the HFM system and better align reporting.
During the Google vs. Oracle court case, a lower court ruled to invalidate an Oracle patent. Now, a federal court has given Oracle the patent back.
Oracle releases Oracle Marketing Cloud products for colleges and data-as-a-service users, and a judge decides to keep the Oregon lawsuit in-state.
At the Clarizen@Work Conference, enterprise architects discussed the importance of cloud-based project management for providing better innovation and efficiency to enterprises.
Agility-based hybridization tools are key to the cloud's future. By using them, new development can exploit all the cloud's value.
The cloud and big data don't always mean Hadoop. Careful study is required before choosing the right technology, says consultant Tom Nolle.