Webscale architectures were born in the data center, but as they move to the wide area network (WAN) and the network edge, they must confront some challenging but not unsolvable problems.
There’s an alternative to persistent memory that provides a different approach to compute and storage locality: computational storage.
Development and operations teams are now tasked with transforming the mainframe into an engine for agility, where it has traditionally been a siloed platform with slow processes that prioritized system reliability over customer value.
Gartner predicts that more than 30 percent of data centers that fail to sufficiently prepare for AI will no longer be operationally or economically viable by 2020.
Once the necessary data is in one system, asset intelligence can be leveraged to serve a number of vital needs.
Data centers throughout Europe are leading the charge in efficient energy practices and renewable energy.
The modern cloud context doesn’t negate the need for sound security engineering based on threat modeling with consideration for proprietary data and use cases.
With more devices being added to the internet of things every day, more vulnerabilities appear to entertain cybercriminals.