Here’s what you need to know to evaluate — and successfully implement — a private cloud deployment.According to The Radicati Group, Hosted Exchange deployments on private clouds—that is, clouds that are managed by a third party but are not shared by multiple tenants— are expected to show strong growth as 25% of companies will be moving to dedicated deployments in 2018.In this live webinar, we’ll explore the trends and rewards of private Exchange clouds. This includes: Where private cloud computing makes sense and where it does not, The main benefits of private cloud, How to create a business case for using a private cloud versus using public cloud, How to design private cloud deployments, When it makes sense to outsource to a specialised vendor.
In this webinar, we will address the innate challenges of managing vulnerabilities in the cloud and you will learn how Alert Logic Cloud Insight provides: Complete visibility into your environment, Prioritized vulnerability remediation, Continuous protection for your dynamic environment.
Join this free webinar from SOASTA & CloudBees to gain insight on: Integrate realistic automated web performance tests into your continuous delivery pipelines managed by Jenkins, Architect and launch a test environment that auto-provisions in the cloud, Access the largest global test cloud for load generation, Manage a load generation grid to drive load tests in a lights-out mode, Establish a performance baseline in your daily Jenkins reports, Execute tests in parallel with CD pipelines built and executed with Jenkins Workflow.
In the beginning there was just raw data. rows and columns of numbers in strict, structured, disciplined formats generated by a variety of transactional and operational business systems. The volume - while quite large - was still manageable. And it was good. Well, good enough at least.Then, the “content dam” burst. The massive volume of unstructured text, emails, messages and tweets we're all creating is matched only by the variety of formats in which that content is now created and delivered. It's not about text either; there are now unexpected, unimagined types of information... location data from mobile devices, social content, "status updates," for heaven's sake.Looking back at it now, it was only a matter of time before the need to create a fusion of business data and social input, in all its forms, would become a crucial requirement. And, more to the point, how would we finally come to learn how to derive business value from the immense volume and variety of content coming at us left, right and center?Welcome to the era of Big Data. In this hour-long roundtable, we will examine the many implications that this growing merger of large data stores with mixed-variety content collections represents. It is a new, exciting and perplexing challenge to business managers and IT professionals alike. But it's time to learn.