Tag: VCE

3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Use Big 4 Frameworks for Monitoring Converged Infrastructure

Converged infrastructures — preconfigured systems that include compute, network, and storage resources — present a faster way to get IT services up and running. Assimilating new converged infrastructure technologies into standard IT monitoring processes is essential to efficiently deliver end-to-end Continue…

IT Transformations #86 – VCE Vision Intelligent Operations, AWS Launches OpsWorks, Agentless Security

By: Zenoss

Every Friday, Zenoss highlights some of the best posts from across the web about the transformations taking place in IT. Here are some great articles they selected from 2/4/2013 that are worth taking a look at. VCE Advances Integrated Server Continue…

IT Transformations #84 – Converged Infrastructure, Avoiding Outages, PaaS & IaaS Trending

By: Zenoss

Every Friday, Zenoss highlights some of the best posts from across the web about the transformations taking place in IT. Here are some great articles they selected from 1/28/2013 that are worth taking a look at. Disciplined Agilists are Enterprise Continue…

IT Transformations #83 – $30M from VMware to Puppet, Cisco & NetApp, and PaaS Adoption in 2013

By: Zenoss

Every Friday, Zenoss highlights some of the best posts from across the web about the transformations taking place in IT. Here are some great articles they selected from 1/21/2013 that are worth taking a look at. DevOps, Complexity and Anti-fragility Continue…

The Second Wave of Virtualization Isn’t DIY

Recently I’ve noticed  what I think is the end of standards-based design-it-yourself in datacenters. Instead, pre-integrated Flexpod and vBlock systems are becoming the choice for cloud and virtualization projects. Last week NetApp disclosed that Flexpod has been selected by 450 Continue…