Archive for April 19th, 2010
Enterprise IT must constantly evolve to respond to rapidly changing business requirements and new technologies. Cloud computing promises to accelerate that evolution with far-reaching, convergent principles such as self-service, pay-for-use, rapid deployment, elastic scalability and efficient management of physical and virtual environments. What are the key enabling technologies? What is the role of management systems for cloud computing? How can complex, multi-tier applications be packaged and deployed on clouds? This keynote will explore how enterprise IT can evolve to a cloud computing model, building on a foundation of grid computing, virtualization and management automation.
Impetus has built extensive expertise in various cloud computing services such as Software as a Service, Infrastructure as a Service and Platform as a Service and has developed best practices for developing new applications for and migrating legacy applications to cloud infrastructures. Impetus offers architectural advisory, design, development and testing services. Impetus has proven expertise in large data solutions including open source Hadoop and proprietary solution consultancy, tuning, and deployments on Cloud. Vineet Tyagi, Sr. Director of Engineering and R&D at Impetus will be one of the key speakers at the Expo. He will be speaking on how cloud-based Hadoop deployments offer multi-fold efficiencies and benefits, and how Hadoop in the cloud provides on-demand computing, operational scalability, efficiency, cost, and local access to large data.
CloudShare today announced FastUpload™, a new feature that provides 'the missing link' for companies looking to quickly and easily move virtual... Read more at VMblog.com.
Quest Announces New vWorkspace Release Featuring WAN Performance Boost, Integration and Enhancement of Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services
Quest Software , Inc. today announced a new release of vWorkspace , a single virtualization solution for application delivery and desktop... Read more at VMblog.com.
Adaptive Computing Drives Workload-Driven Automation in Private Clouds with Key Product Announcements
Adaptive Computing , the company behind the Moab unified intelligent automation technology, today announced two significant product upgrades that... Read more at VMblog.com.