Hyperconvergence is a data center architecture that replaces traditional converged infrastructure. Learn more about the benefits of HCI and its predecessory – dHCI – here.
With the explosion of “Big Data” and the need for improved analytics, it can be tempting to keep every byte of data – you might need it. But can you ever have too much data?
dHCI is the next evolutionary step in data center architecture. Come learn what it is all about at our live Chicago tech event on 10/30/19.
Like the cloud, edge computing will impact the data center. But how? Learn what to expect and how to implement edge technology.
While the five-level triage system is more valid and reliable than more rudimentary systems (i.e. a three-level system), hospitals and the healthcare industry as a whole is moving towards relying on predictive analytics that are more accurate, unbiased, and successful. In fact, 57% of executive forecast predictive analytics will save the organization 15% or more over the next five years.
In early August, Amazon announced new initiatives around renewable data centers in the form of two power projects – a 23.2MW wind farm in Cork, Ireland and a 45MW solar farm in Virginia, USA – that will generate energy used to power AWS data centers.
The idea behind intent-based networking is that it integrates machine learning and artificial intelligence to deliver automated actionable intelligence.
A shift in network management looms, and SDN infrastructure management provides a potential proactive solution. Are IT professionals ready?
Cisco buys Acacia in yet another optics-based acquisition, showcasing Cisco’s commitment to optical coherent technology.
How do organizations go about choosing a cloud provider? Consider these five factors before making your decision.