A software defined approach paves the way for the introduction of hyperconverged computing, which is ideal for VDI deployments, especially in Windows 10.
by Jon Pilkington The role of “data scientist” was recently dubbed the best job in America by Glassdoor. That distinction was based in part on the number of job openings, salary and career opportunities associated with the position. While data scientists may have inherited bragging rights for having the hottest job around, the role isn’t as glamorous as it may sound. According to the 2016 Data Science Report released by […]
by Sven Hammar Load testing is instrumental to any web or mobile presence, whether it is e-commerce, bookings, media, governmental, or something else—a modern ambitious enterprise needs to have the highest possible web performance standards. But, how do you carry out a successful load test? Load testing analyzes the behavior, performance, reliability, and capacity of a software implementation on specific hardware. Businesses use load tests to determine the maximum workload their […]
by Richard Whitehead The increase in complexity, along with the accelerating rate of change in IT are the two factors that make it so difficult for IT operations teams to identify issues without having deep knowledge of a particular setup. This complexity also means that technical people are staring at incomplete screens, showing only a part of the overall situation: one layer of the stack, one area of the network, […]
Four Simple Tips to Help Prepare for the Next “Oops” Moment by Kemal Balioglu Recently I came across a sobering story about how one simple command line resulted in the deletion of the majority of production files for Pixar’s Toy Story 2 from a studio server. While the studio had been creating backups of production files daily, they did not realize, until they went to restore the lost files, that […]