Developing a cloud Migration Strategy - Cloud

Impiger Technologies Inc

In abstract terms, cloud computing for enterprises is on demand IT services over the internet. It is everything businesses already do just somewhere else and at a fraction of the cost. There are a myriad of financial and technical benefits for adopting the cloud computing. However, getting there is tricky because migrating to the cloud is not a one size fits all proposition.
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The world’s fastest supercomputer, the IBM/NVIDIA Summit, began final testing at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee. Peak performance is over 200 petaflops (2 x 1017 64-bit floating point calculations) and 3.3 exaflops (3.3 x 1018) for tensor operations. Previously untouchable problems will include deep learning for patterns in human proteins, analysis of the entire U.S. cancer population, supernova models running more than 100 times faster than previously, and materials simulations increasing from tens of atoms to hundreds using first-principles calculations at subatomic levels.


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Hybrid Cloud Basics: Get Control & Visibility for All your Apps

Citrix

Applications are moving to the cloud; they are either migrating from the data-center or they are being developed as cloud native applications. In addition, driven by micro-services architectures and DevOps, the components which make up cloud-native applications are getting more numerous, more distributed and need to be dynamically managed.
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Introduction to Cloud-Managed Switching

Cisco

Join us for a tour of this new class of switches that brings cloud-based visibility and control over the entire edge network. From seeing combined views of thousands of ports to using diagnostic tools that improve daily operations, learn how cloud-managed networks simplify IT. Qualified attendees who complete this webinar, will receive a free Cisco Meraki switch with a 3-year license. Follow the link below to review our terms and conditions. This promotion is not offered to Cisco employees, partners, resellers, or consultants.
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The Cloud Skills the Industry is Begging For

Cloud computing has evolved and integrated itself in business. It’s become a necessity for strategic agility and technical excellence. Many organizations face challenges with the advents of cloud, including unexpected technical and business shifts which require professionals on both sides of the IT and business divide to rethink their approach. A stated need in most of these cases is for a specific set of cloud skills criteria for the key roles in the project(s) – something that can be qualified. To better understand the situation, we’re talked to a panel of highly qualified, CCC certified, IT professionals. Watch the recording below and hear from the first-hand experiences of IT professionals in the field.
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Evolving From Monolithic to Distributed Architecture Patterns in the Cloud

Denodo

As data management activities are becoming more widespread in both distributed processing use cases, like IoT, and demands for new types of data, emerging roles such as data scientists or data engineers are expected to be driving the new data management requirements in the coming two years. These trends indicate that both the collection of data as well as the need to connect to data are rapidly becoming the new normal, and that the days of a single data store with all the data of interest — the enterprise data warehouse — are long gone.
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The world’s fastest supercomputer, the IBM/NVIDIA Summit, began final testing at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee. Peak performance is over 200 petaflops (2 x 1017 64-bit floating point calculations) and 3.3 exaflops (3.3 x 1018) for tensor operations. Previously untouchable problems will include deep learning for patterns in human proteins, analysis of the entire U.S. cancer population, supernova models running more than 100 times faster than previously, and materials simulations increasing from tens of atoms to hundreds using first-principles calculations at subatomic levels.

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