Paul Bevan hopes we are becoming a little more realistic about the claims that Cloud computing will automatically save money.
Welcome to the IT Infrastructure blog from Paul Bevan.
The initial challenge about identifying IoT project use cases and business benefit is being tackled, albeit many examples are still only in the pilot phase.
Edge computing will demand cost effective, small-footprint, agile, resilient systems that can be run in “dark” micro-datacentres.
Research into vendor capabilities in AIOps and Hybrid Infrastructure Management has revealed interesting insights in to what differentiates various solutions.
Thousand Eyes' latest Cloud Performance Benchmark is a fascinating report for those using major cloud providers to run important operational applications.
It is clear that the increasing reliance on IT and the complexity of underlying infrastructures makes the use of automation a must for IT Ops departments.
Canonical deserve a great deal of credit for their adherence to open systems, but face a different set of challenges in penetrating the Enterprise market.
A combination of Non-Volatile Memory express (NVMe) and Solid-State Disk (SSD) is seen as the go-to configuration for AI training systems.
Resolve are buying an AIOps vendor, with what appears to be, a fairly significant set of infrastructure monitoring and management capabilities.
The IT industry might be be getting closer to providing genuine, business service performance SLAs in the Cloud instead of infrastructure availability SLAs.