Dell targets enterprises of all sizes with supercomputers built with cloud

News: Company launches three systems supported by Intel’s HPC technology. Dell is looking to get a slice of the high performance computing (HPC) market expected to be worth $36bn by 2020 by launching a series of HPC solutions built with Continue reading Dell targets enterprises of all sizes with supercomputers built with cloud

Shared Services for Code Enforcement

After initial attempts at targeting efficiency with consolidation, governments are exploring shared services, even as they weed through the promises of trends like   SOA . To effect real impact on the timeline of state governments demands solutions that can be implemented Continue reading Shared Services for Code Enforcement

Six Sigma And Service Oriented Architecture – The Better Pair

At the came time,   SOA  also takes care that both of these factors that are responsible for better productivity are available within the organization itself. However, one aspect that business must not miss out on is that by advocating  SOA  Continue reading Six Sigma And Service Oriented Architecture – The Better Pair

Why Brexit isn’t a GDPR ‘get out of jail free’ card

Opinion: Paul Phillips, senior regional director for Western Europe at Nutanix, discusses the implications of the EU referendum on GDPR compliance and the benefits of an on-premise enterprise cloud no matter what the outcome. With just two years to go Continue reading Why Brexit isn’t a GDPR ‘get out of jail free’ card

SOA and MDM – Two Integration Solutions That Go Great Together?

I just happened to receive notice today in my inbox of a Webinar on master data management (MDM) and SOA. Normally, I save these announcements for Friday’s integration news round-up, but the event is scheduled for this Thursday, March 20, Continue reading SOA and MDM – Two Integration Solutions That Go Great Together?

Study – SOA Benefits Come at a Cost

Most reports from throughout the real estate finance business paint service-oriented architecture (SOA) as a strategic investment that yields numerous long-term benefits. A recent report from research firm Gartner indicates those fruit-bearing investments could come at a cost. The insights Continue reading Study – SOA Benefits Come at a Cost

Oracle sees fighting chance to become first $10bn cloud company

The company’s total cloud revenues increased 49% to $859m in Q4. Oracle has reported an increase in profit for Q4, despite lower revenues, as the company continues to see massive growth in its cloud business. Profit for the quarter increased Continue reading Oracle sees fighting chance to become first $10bn cloud company

Flash wars: EMC, NetApp, HPE, Pure Storage & IBM push to make 2016 the year of all flash

List: As flash becomes more popular, the competition between vendors heats up. For some time flash arrays have threatened to become the standard choice for replacing existing storage hardware, but it has been hindered by concerns over cost and longevity. Continue reading Flash wars: EMC, NetApp, HPE, Pure Storage & IBM push to make 2016 the year of all flash