No Holiday Respite For IT Pros
A survey of IT professionals shows that many will be on call this holiday season dealing with users' remote network access problems and other IT glitches.
Red Hat On A Roll
Red Hat is still open-source's $1 billion baby, and then some. Billings take off, suggesting the Linux company is heading for a strong conclusion to fiscal 2014.
Whiteboxes Are In Your Future
Open-source hardware is growing fast, and will soon penetrate enterprise storage. Here's why you'll see more inexpensive whiteboxes in 2014.
Why Amazon Faces Challenges In China
Amazon Web Services will kick off cloud services in China in the first quarter of 2014. It can learn from the hurdles Microsoft and Google have jumped.
Cloudera Goes Cloud With Amazon
Cloudera says Amazon Web Services partnership will help customers move beyond Hadoop sandboxes to bring high-scale production platforms into the cloud.
Private Cloud Adoptions On A Roll
Private clouds are moving rapidly from concept to production as fears about expertise and integration wane, according to our new survey.
The Thinning Of The Datacenter
Appliances that link on-premises systems to cloud resources will mean datacenters with less equipment – in smaller facilities.
Cisco ACI: Proceed At Your Peril
Cisco new SDN platform -- despite some positive features -- is confusing, unproven, and burdened with Cisco's complicated past.
2014 Will Put The Software In SDN
Next year, the "S" in SDN will take precedence, allowing new applications and security benefits, according to OpenFlow champion Dan Pitt.
Top 10 Cloud Fiascos
We don't mean to give cloud laggards encouragement, but you can learn from their concerns. Consider the evolution of the cloud disaster.
Oracle Embraces OpenStack
Oracle bows to the growing Open Stack trend, promises to integrate its product line with the open-source project.
SDN: What's In Store For 2014
Software-defined networking has been THE topic in the networking industry this year. As 2013 comes to a close, let's take stock of its progress and consider where it's headed.