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Big data this year has seen tremendous growth and significant investment in relevant startups and established players alike. GigaSpaces, a provider of application virtualization platforms has conducted a survey which revelas some very informative insights on big data and what enterprises are doing and planning to do in coming years.
Cloud storage is slowly emerging as a means for cloud providers to both attract and persuade customers to join their respective brands either by way of offering a price cut or by centralizing the drives to be accessed from any medium. Microsoft to that effect has taken a step further integrating its SkyDrive with its gaming environment XBox 360.
Mirantis, the largest OpenStack® systems integrator, said it will offer Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Assist Services for OpenStack to help tech-savvy OpenStack adopters build their own vendor-neutral cloud platforms.
Intel's latest effort in big data innovation is the beta release of new opensource tool "Graph Builder" that allows the development community to build large graphs from volumes of unstructured data and process them further to result in actionable insights.
Opensouce NoSQL database on a pay as you go cloud service, sounds interesting and sensible. 10gen, the developers favourite NoSQL database known for its agility and Softlayer, the leading global cloud infrastructure platform joins hands and launch a well engineered on-demand MongoDB production-class systems, including optimized hardware and OS configurations, automated deployment of multi-data center clusters and integrated monitoring and support.
While its time that every company wants to end the year with a bang and provide brain teasing initiative for the new year for its customers, VMWare seems like it is making the right noises to follow the trend. A new initiative with EMC, a new cloud marketplace, key updates to its core products sounds to come to life towards last month of the year.
Writing posts on agile and technology is one thing but being a nearly 40s, its an age where you also do some soul searching or in other words put some thoughts to find out your identity. The most important thing to realize is what is your karma score and how many lives would you take to settle your karma score.
Adam Brown has 15 years’ experience with performance testing and performance testing tools across multiple sectors. Having worked with vendors for all of his career he is very familiar with the pressure of making a performance tool work correctly and accurately and delivering results within a very short period of time. He loves a challenge and enjoys translating the cryptic information gleaned from protocol automation up to an understandable level for non-experts and ultimately to enable businesses to make decisions.
Amazon sets another bench mark and hopefully a new challenge to its competitors in the big data space. It launches fully managed, petabyte-scale data warehouse service in the cloud by name Amazon Redshift.
The projected enterprise use of PaaS is predicted to reach 43% by 2015 from 3% in 2012. If there were any questions around this then RedHat is in a mood to put them to bed creating a ripple in its Platform as a service strategy. OpenShift is now ready for use by enterprises with general availability of "OpenShift Enterprise", designed to be installed on-premise within customer data centers or private, public or hybrid clouds.