Optimize your cloud infrastructure with open networking and automation

CUMULUS

Traditional networks built on legacy infrastructure limit business innovation, are hard to scale and are expensive to manage. At an increasingly rapid rate, network architects and cloud operators are looking for ways to build a fast, automated cloud environment.
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Should the data warehouse be deployed on the cloud? IDC addresses this question on a regular basis. As adoption of cloud software increases, organizations of all sizes across industries and geographic regions are evaluating and assessing the opportunities and challenges of deploying software on the cloud. Data warehousing solutions are no exception to this trend. Data warehouses have been in use since the mid to late 1970s. Substantial investments have since been made in technology and labor to develop, deploy, manage, and maintain data warehouses of various sizes. IDC research indicates that, during the past quarter century, about $100 billion in aggregate has been invested in data warehouse software alone.


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Maximize Your Oracle Technology Investment with Quality Training and Certification from the Source

Oracle.com

Shifting to the cloud can be challenging. An effective and continuous learning strategy is critical to ease the challenges and get up and running in the cloud quickly.A more informed user better understands the implications of a cloud shift, including changes in work function as well as the impact on culture and business strategy. Cloud applications are fluid, with frequent updates pushed to the user; therefore, ongoing learning and education are paramount to ensure effective use of the cloud and happy, productive employees.

Mobilizing Salesforce Processes for the People On-the-Go - Lesson 3

In this final lesson we’ll explore how to add processes to your cloud applications to enable mobility without sacrificing the integrity of the data. We’ll explore how to provide an optimized user experience no matter where those remote users might be, or what devices they may be using.

Faculty Speaker Series: Cloud Storage for Collaboration

Pepperdine TechLearn

In recent years, many consumers and organizations have enjoyed the benefits of cloud-based file management through services such as Google Drive, Box.com, Dropbox, SugarSync, Evernote and others. In this presentation, Dr. David M. Smith of the Graziadio School of Business and Management will demonstrate "lessons learned" in migrating to a cloud file management system, and highlight important considerations for faculty. As professors implement more online technologies in our delivery of programs, it will be more important for Pepperdine to have robust file sharing, collaboration, and version-tracking capabilities within multiple devices.

AWS APAC Webinar Week - Introduction to Cloud Computing With Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services

Join this foundational session to understand the core concepts of “Cloud Computing” and different attributes such as reliability, fault tolerance, elasticity, scalability and pay-as-you-go pricing. Whether you are a startup who wants to accelerate growth without a big upfront investment in cash or time for technology or an Enterprise looking for IT innovation, agility and resiliency while reducing costs, the AWS Cloud provides a complete set of infrastructure services at zero upfront costs which are available with a few clicks and within minutes.

Spotlight

Should the data warehouse be deployed on the cloud? IDC addresses this question on a regular basis. As adoption of cloud software increases, organizations of all sizes across industries and geographic regions are evaluating and assessing the opportunities and challenges of deploying software on the cloud. Data warehousing solutions are no exception to this trend. Data warehouses have been in use since the mid to late 1970s. Substantial investments have since been made in technology and labor to develop, deploy, manage, and maintain data warehouses of various sizes. IDC research indicates that, during the past quarter century, about $100 billion in aggregate has been invested in data warehouse software alone.

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