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20 Jun 2017 Is The Enterprise Finally Ready For VDI? [64486]
IT Business Edge, June 20th 2017

"Like the Phoenix, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) continues to rise from the ashes in the hopes that it will one day take its place as a mainstream enterprise solution.

But this time, it seems that rather than trying to fit VDI into legacy data infrastructure, the technology is seen as a novel way for the enterprise to embrace emerging data needs built around hybrid architectures, the mobile workforce and the cloud..."
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20 Jun 2017 In The Age Of Cloud, Should You Invest In A Data Center Upgrade? [64467]
SearchServerVirtualization, June 20th 2017

"Before you rush to replace servers with more of the same, consider your organization's long-term goals and whether a move to the cloud might be the better option...

The public cloud continues to mature into a robust business platform. Companies are starting to move core services, such as email and office applications, to cloud-based versions, helping improve flexibility and scalability. While this might be ideal from a business perspective, what happens to your existing data center in the new cloud-based world? Do you delay a data center upgrade or continue to invest in infrastructure that might become obsolete?..."
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20 Jun 2017 Red Hat Reports First Quarter Results for Fiscal Year 2018 [64493]
Red Hat, June 20th 2017

Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world's leading provider of open source solutions, announced financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2018 ended May 31, 2017.

"The first quarter was a strong start to FY18, with double digit growth across a number of our financial metrics, including 19% total revenue growth in U.S. dollars or 20% measured in constant currency and over 40% growth in our Application Development-related and other emerging technology revenue," stated Jim Whitehurst, President and Chief Executive Officer of Red Hat. "We continued to benefit from our ability to deliver important foundational and cloud enabling technologies, which help our customers to modernize and manage their infrastructure and application development platforms for the hybrid cloud."
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19 Jun 2017 Top 5 Issues Curtailing DevOps Adoption [64442]
DevOps.com, June 19th 2017

"DevOps may seem simple and logical on the surface, yet most of the companies we talk to are struggling in one aspect or another. This is no surprise: Successful DevOps initiatives require putting together a full toolset and simultaneously creating a smart team of developers, testers and project managers who are well-versed in cloud and agile technologies.

Those tasks alone can take many months of trial and error until you are ready to start DevOps in earnest. After a period of experimentation, it's time to refine and optimize. Focus shifts to more mature issues such as creating a fully integrated tools stack, supporting a rich test data environment that doesn't undermine privacy and security, and determining the best DevOps infrastructure strategy for your company.

Regardless of your DevOps maturity, we've outlined some top issues to consider and mitigate, as your DevOps practice evolves..."
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19 Jun 2017 How Containers And DevOps Transformed Duke University's IT Department [64441]
opensouce.com, June 16th 2017

It's difficult, even in retrospect, to know which came first for us: containers or a shift towards DevOps culture.

At Duke University's Office of Information Technology (OIT), we began looking at containers as a way to achieve higher density from the virtualized infrastructure used to host websites. Virtual machine (VM) sprawl had started to become a problem. We favored separating each client's website onto its own VM for both segregation and organization, but steady growth meant we were managing more servers than we could handle. As we looked for ways to lower management overhead and make better use of resources, Docker hit the news, and we began to experiment with containerization for our web applications..."
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