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24 May 2017 IBM Platform Deployed by Sidra to Advance Qatar's Biomedical Research Capabilities [63774]
IBM, May 24th 2017

IBM announced the deployment of its IBM solutions as the compute and storage infrastructure for Sidra Medical and Research Center (Sidra).

Sidra, a groundbreaking hospital, biomedical research and educational institution, chose IBM solutions to manage and store clinical genome sequencing data as well as to provide the organization's biomedical informatics technology infrastructure capabilities that will serve as a national resource. The IBM platform is used for data management and storage, bioinformatics and High Performance Computing (HPC)...
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24 May 2017 Development that's fast, simple, and powerful! [63812]
By Edgar Haren

Edgar blogs, " Cloud based application development is growing at an incredible pace due to the rise of tethered database cloud services, coupled with modern, intuitive, and powerful development tools.

In years past, developers were plagued by some concrete challenges -

  • Cumbersome user interface and user experience
  • Lack of scalability
  • Lack of performance from un-optimized databases
  • New frameworks and platforms
  • Security

Application development is inherently difficult, as the developer must deliver a final product that achieves its desired goal, but also must possess creative elements that are pleasing, brand-building and technically modern.
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24 May 2017 Mellanox Delivers Superior Interconnect Solution for Open Platform for Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) on IBM Power Systems [63787]
Mellanox, May 24th 2017

Mellanox Technologies, Ltd., a leading supplier of high-performance, end-to-end smart interconnect solutions for data center servers and storage systems, announced support for the new Open Platform for Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) on IBM Power Systems.

"As the need for new applications to be delivered faster than ever increases in a digital world, developers are turning to modern software development models including DevOps, as-a-Service and self-service to increase the volume, velocity and variety of business applications," said Terri Virnig, VP, Power Ecosystem and Strategy at IBM. "With Open Platform for DBaaS, IBM is supporting these cloud development models to provide complete control of data, access and security for compliance, as well as the choice and flexibility for agile development of innovative new applications."
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24 May 2017 Data Center Strategy: Tips For Better Capacity Planning [63731]
Data Center Knowledge, May 24th 2017

"The world is littered with thousands of examples of the problems associated with data center strategy mistakes around capacity and performance.

For example, Lady Gaga fans brought down the vast server resources of Amazon.com soon after her album 'Born This Way' was offered online for only 99 cents. Similarly, a deluge of online shoppers caused the data center to crash after they bombarded Target.com for a mammoth sales event. And, of course, there was the famous healthcare.gov debacle, when an ad campaign prompted millions of Americans to rush to the website for healthcare coverage only to face long virtual lines and endless error messages. In total, it is estimated that more than 40,000 people at any one time were forced to sit in virtual waiting rooms as available capacity had been exceeded..."
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24 May 2017 How to Make a Network SLA Work or Your Organization [63730]
Search Networking, May 24th 2017

"What's the best way to focus on outcomes and construct a network SLA that reflects end-to-end service performance?

Enterprises have long sought out service-level agreements that will keep their providers on task in delivering services that meet their performance requirements. No business wants the credits that are offered when a service falls short of network SLA metrics. Instead, IT organizations look to a network SLA as a standard that reassures them when they first enter contracts with their providers, and then as an ongoing measure that the managed services they are consuming are sufficiently supporting their operational objectives..."
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