Article | February 17, 2020
Cloud computing has rapidly developed throughout the years and has demonstrated to be a boon for small entrepreneurs as well as enormous aggregates. The term has been settling in the market for 10 years, however, it picked up acknowledgment and prominence as of late. Cloud computing has all the information, messages, applications and considerably more in a virtual software like Google Drive and Dropbox, which are speedy and safe to access regardless of time and geological boundaries. Intel Security researched a sample universe of 1400 IT security experts. This research report uncovered that out of this sample, 93% of experts utilize hybrid (Private/Public) cloud computing services to operate their business operations. As per Gartner research, the cloud service industry is anticipated to reach $411 Bn by 2020, which was $260 Bn in 2017.
Article | February 28, 2020
The need for telecoms operators to digitally transform isn’t just being stressed by outsiders. Telcos themselves are making a significant push toward becoming more nimble, digital businesses to improve subscriber experiences and drive higher revenues. This push toward digitalisation is, says Tim McElligott, senior analyst at TM Forum, driving telcos to consider significant infrastructure changes.
Article | April 1, 2020
Internet is flooded with memes about Earth being closed due to one of the biggest pandemic of the 21st century: COVID-19. While the world is hell-bent in trying to push back on novel coronavirus, Cloud Computing firms could emerge as a prominent and strong key player in this battle.With large-scale industrial shutdowns, public lockdown taking place around the globe to contain virus spread, work from home has gained more importance than before. As people are caught up in a dilemma about what to do indoors other than connecting with family, they do forget how blessed they are than they were a decade ago. While Netflix gives us the much-needed respite, cloud computing and storage have enabled video conferencing, e-commerce shopping, remote project collaboration, gaming, online classes, editing, etc.The remote data storage and processing services provided by Amazon, Microsoft Corp, Google, etc. act as an essential link for people to connect with workspace online. More companies, firms connecting online means more data, along with the pre-existing data about COVID-19 to ease research in the drug industry, trace origins of the virus, etc. As a result, to address growing storage issues, cloud computing saves us again. The cloud allows data interoperability in a scalable, cost-efficient manner by, data collection, processing, analyzing, and sharing across platforms.
Article | August 5, 2021
Managing your on-premises data-hungry Kubernetes applications just became easier. We are excited to announce the general availability of NetApp® Astra™ Control, now deployable as on-premises software for NetApp ONTAP® customers. This version of Astra Control, called Astra Control Center, extends the rich enterprise-class data management capabilities of ONTAP to Kubernetes applications.
If your Kubernetes clusters are already using ONTAP systems for their storage, you can start using Astra Control Center to protect or migrate your Kubernetes applications with no operational disruption.