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Those of you who have never heard of Splice Machine, don’t worry. You are in the company of many. So I decided to listen to a webinar last week that said the following in its announcement: learn about benefits of … Continue reading →
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief By now, enterprise organizations are coming to understand the benefits of hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI). As they scramble to increase organizational agility, decrease […]
Last month, our Plexxi Switch 3eq product was named as one of “12 hot networking products for the summer” by CRN. We were in good company, alongside Juniper Networks and Cisco. You can check out the full list of hot networking products here. The Plexxi Switch 3eq offers a solid foundat...
The latest Dynatrace release introduces an important change in the way that notifications are sent out for detected problems in your environment. To date, personalized watch settings have been used to define how alerts are sent out for detected problems. This approach has proven to be ...
There’s no question that digital transformation is the hot buzzword across both IT organizations and C-suites today. It’s so hot, in fact, that all the other […]
Chaos engineering as a practice is experimenting on a distributed system to expose gaps and weaknesses in your infrastructure that could cause a performance problem. As the tech industry expands and becomes more complex, chaos engineering is becoming an important part of a company’s di...
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief Digital transformation is about the fundamental upending of business models and a paradigm shift in which the customer experience is at […]
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief With all of the hype surrounding artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and their related approaches (such as deep learning, natural language […]
Hardware-Defined IT is About to End- Not with a Bang but a Whimper After completing Security Paradox the idea of death by maintenance really sunk in. The following is a “song of vapor and iron” that has been echoing through my mind like an earworm: The Golden Age of IT As o...
Jonathan is a platform engineer at VictorOps, responsible for system scalability and performance. This is Part 3 in a series on system visibility, the Detection and Analysis part of the Incident Management Lifecycle. If you missed them, read Part 1 and Part 2 first. Ok, logging improve...
If you have dabbled with python and iControl over the years, you might be familiar with some of my other “Getting Stared with …” articles on python libraries. I started my last, on Bigsuds, this way: I imagine the progression for you, the reader, will be something ...
Artificial Intelligence has always been something more of a sci-fi dream. Intelligent machines that you can communicate with, just like an ordinary person, always seemed unrealistic and even creepy to some (Skynet anyone?). However, over the last couple of years, AI technologies have b...
What is OnPage 2.0? Over the past few months we have been meticulously adding to our core functionality. While we are always updating our code to improve our customers’ experience, these most recent updates are almost transformational. We have now developed what we affectionately call ...
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief Linkerd (pronounced ‘linker dee’) is an open source proxy that provides a uniform layer of instrumentation and control across services, especially […]
An Intellyx Brain Candy Brief The Cerebra Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) from Flutura captures and analyses sensor telemetry for heavy industry, with a particular focus […]
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As the most populous nation on Earth, China represents tremendous business opportunities for companies with the ability to tap into its market. Of the country’s 1.4 billion people, 53.1% have access to the Internet and Cisco’s VNI report, forecasts this will grow to 66% by the year 202...
Three years ago I joined an up-and-coming startup called PagerDuty as an Engineering Manager. Having received Series A funding in 2013, the company was in hyper-growth mode and hiring aggressively across all areas. The Engineering team was less than 30 people at the time and... The pos...
Gianna has joined Avidoo Inc., a productivity platform, as a senior software engineer. In a kick-off meeting with the rest of her team, she […] The post The Microservices Paradox appeared first on XebiaLabs Blog. Related posts: Tracking the Dev/QA Cycle with XL Release How IN...
Today AWS announced the IoT marketplace and Dynatrace is a proud launch partner. Modern IoT ecosystems are as complex as they are powerful. Delivery chains have been extended to smart devices, which require an end-to-end approach to manage everything from the device to the gateway, and...
You’ve heard about Bitcoin. Actually, I think you’re sick of hearing about Bitcoin. You probably know a bit about Blockchain as well: the two are rarely brought up separately. But, being a businessman rather than a technician, you haven’t got time to delve deeply into nifty mathematics...
The problem with living in a rapidly changing world is that things are always changing. But as Yogi Berra (famous Hall of Fame baseball catcher for the New York Yankees and occasional American philosopher) said: “You can observe a lot by just watching.” Well, more than watching, we are...
In your SSMS on your computer you can use the Generate Scripts drop-down menu to create scripts for database objects as shown here for Northwind database on SQL Server 2016 SP1.The above is for SQL Server on Windows Platform. However, mssql-scripts tool provide the same functionality a...
Monitoring and alerting are key ingredients of the DevOps methodology put into practice. The systems that you run or the applications on them will generate a ton of telemetry data that you can use as actionable insight to inform your database monitoring and management strategy. Wheth...
Shelly Palmer speaks with Richard Quest about Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google on a record-breaking day for the DJIA and the S&P on Quest Means Business. Original Airdate: July 26, 2017 The post FANG Earnings: What Should You Think? Quest Means Business CNN originally appeare...
A week ago I wrote about the recent AWS VMware partnership and how it threatens traditional IT vendors, practices and roles. The week before I talked about exploding security processes eroding protection at a Fortune 100 leader, based on a recent interview with a security architect. In...
OneAgent Node.js Support for Node 8 PHP Support for PHP 7.1 General improvements and fixes Detection of OpenStack Heat service Improved installation time for systems that have SELinux policies set Full-stack monitoring for IBM AIX 7.x – Early Access Program Unix domain sockets re...
GDPR compliance is very much a hot topic, with the EU Parliament finally having set a date for enforcing the zero-tolerance regulation to data protection and privacy. As of 25th March 2018, the stakes will be even higher for organisations failing to comply with data privacy laws; eithe...
If you’re a loan officer or a mortgage lender and you are struggling with digital marketing you are not alone. Most everyone that we talk to in the business is having a hard time with this at one level or another. Of course there are a small group of people who excel at mortgage market...
Becoming more operationally mature isn’t something that happens overnight after implementing some new tools. At its core, it’s a concerted effort in shifting culture so that people can break down communication silos to ship better software. And while tools alone are not enough, they do...
The Bosch brand may be most recognizable from the company’s high-end home appliances, or perhaps from its numerous power tool brands, including Dremel and Vermont American. […]
In this Lightboard, I light up some lessons on BIG-IP Access Policy Manager. BIG-IP APM provides granular access controls to discreet applications and networks supporting 2FA and federated identity management. You can also check out Chase’s written article What is BIG-IP APM? ps
[Preface: This is an excerpt to the 7 Shortcuts to Losing Your Data (and Probably Your Job) white paper and the 7 Shortcuts to Losing Your Data (and Probably Your Job) webinar; click on the respective links to get access to the Resource Center or to get access to a pre-recorded webinar...
While most of us may use a monitoring tool or collection of tools to help manage backup and recovery planning, there are gaps in what we know about the allocation of storage across the infrastructure. These gaps come to light when attempting to understand your data footprint and how st...
According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), 40% of businesses fail to reopen after a disaster (flood, fire, hurricane, blizzard or earthquake). Businesses that lose critical data are likely to file for bankruptcy within a year. Think FEMA is exaggerating? Take a look a...
Packet, the cloud computing company that specializes in bare metal infrastructure launched an edge computing service in 11 new locations. This move expands Packet’s footprint to cover major locations in Asia, Europe, and North America. The new infrastructure is available through spot-m...
Adobe itself concedes that Adobe Flash need to go and will turn-off Adobe Flash by 2020. Adobe in the mean time will migrate users to other programs.Why did Adobe take that decision?Two things, flash plug-ins are insecure, the other, the emergence of HTML5. Why keep something that can ...
Tomorrow kicks off Cloud Field Day 2 (#CFD2) here in the San Francisco Bay Area and thankful for the invitation to take part. CFD2 brings together an interesting mix of vendors and cloud solutions over the next three days. Here is the rundown of who is participating: Accelerite (@Accel...
The summer months are an extraordinary time for our NYC headquarters, and not because of the immense heat that infiltrates the surrounding Times Square. Each summer we are joined by college students from all over the country and the world, who have chosen MongoDB as their place to lear...
The final chapter in this blog series focuses on IT disaster recovery plans, some stats on DR budgets, and a look at the ‘big picture’ of what organizations should take away from this discussion. Similar to parts 1, 2 and 3 I will be referencing results from Evolve IP’s survey on disas...