Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization has provided data centers with open source
solutions that allow them to virtualize, integrate, scale and manage
workloads. RHEV not only offers traditional virtualization that the data
center needs, but it also serves an on-ramp for data centers into OpenStack.
By enabling enterprises across the board to be able to move workloads around
on their existing infrastructure, all without losing performance or harming
service levels, RHEV has made a big difference.
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and OpenStack
Red Hat, of course, is a primary contributor to the development of OpenStack.
It’s no surprise to anyone to know that OpenStack is a regular topic
discussed among users and developers at the Red Hat Summit that took place
this year in San Francisco. Red Hat is committed to open source, and RHEV is
at the forefront of bringing open ... (more)
Businesses have long depended on a variety of solutions to share files. More
than just network server shares, today’s business users need reliable ways
to track file changes, share files across a variety of devices both inside
and outside the network, and make certain that synced copies of files are
Services like Dropbox and Box.com started out as personal ways to share
files, but business users have brought these personal solutions to bear on
their jobs, creating a variety of security and compliance concerns for IT
departments and business managers.
The file ... (more)
Dell enterprise server solutions have dominated the marketplace for some
time, yet many enterprises have turned to other vendors to meet their
security needs. Today, however, Dell offers their customers robust enterprise
security in the world class Dell SonicWALL next-generation technologies. From
network security to VPN and Email security, Dell SonicWALL is worth taking a
From wired to wireless solutions, from small or medium businesses up to
enterprise businesses, from government to retail, Dell SonicWALL offers
security in four specific areas of concern: Network Securit... (more)
World events over the past decade and a half have made it clear just how
important it is for companies to be prepared for disaster. In addition to
mitigating risk, you have to be prepared for threats to your organization.
Whether these threats come in the form of a natural disaster or even more
mundane problems like power failure, data loss can completely devastate your
business and leave you dead in the water. If you don’t have a solid backup
strategy before the storm comes, you can find yourself in big trouble.
There are at least five specific areas of backup and disaster recove... (more)
Cloud computing has finally come into its own. While we’ve been hearing for
8 years or more that cloud computing would one day take over the enterprise,
the fact of the matter is that it’s been slow going.
While the spread of cloud computing solutions hasn’t been as rapid as many
early proponents predicted it would be, we are now to a place where cloud
solutions are seen as viable for most organizations, and are being utilized
Accordingly, it’s worth taking a look at the state of today’s cloud
computing options and making some guesses about where we’re going from