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| July 1, 2018

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In the digital economy, applications are both the face and the backbone of the modernenterprise.For the digital customer, user experience trumps all. Customer-facing applications must be available anytime, anywhere and on any device, and must provide real-time updates and intelligent interactions. For the business, the insights gleaned from the data collected from theseinteractions inform and drive future development needs. Applications and the underlying infrastructure are strategic to the business. Business that can efficiently leverage modern data center technologies to rapidly deliver innovative capabilities to customers are positioned for real success.

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NH-ISAC, Inc.

The security threat landscape continues to expand globally at an incredible pace representing an environment vulnerable to sector and cross-sector potential cascading impacts. As the nation's healthcare and public health critical infrastructure continues to broaden the integration of technology to support healthcare innovation and service delivery, organizations continue to face unprecedented cybersecurity challenges. Securing the resilience of the nation's health sector, comprised of a vast network of interconnecting infrastructures, depends upon the stakeholders ability and capability to work together.

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Security Cited as Top Public Cloud Inhibitor

Article | March 25, 2020

Barracuda Networks commissioned a survey to explore the enterprise digital transformation in which the use of public cloud computing platforms is key, seeking to gauge the impact of security roadblocks and how they can be overcome. The unsurprising results confirmed that organizations are indeed moving their computing infrastructure to public clouds, and that security is the top concern restricting faster adoption. What's more, the number of organizations that report being attacked by cybersecurity villains has increased, affecting three quarters of respondents, up from 56 percent in 2017.

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Hyperconverged Infrastructure for Remote/Branch Offices & Edge Computing

Article | March 25, 2020

Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is playing a significant role in building an enterprise multi-cloud environment. The benefits are well documented – you can learn more about them in a new white paper developed in collaboration with ViON, Fujitsu, and Nutanix, “Simplifying Multi-Cloud and Securing Mission Progress.” In addition to driving a cloud foundation, hyperconverged infrastructure is driving other use cases. In our first blog, we examined the impact that HCI can have in a disaster recovery solution. In this installment, we’ll discuss how HCI is changing the dynamics for remote offices and edge computing.

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Successful Cloud Migrations Made Easy

Article | March 25, 2020

TransAlta, an energy producer with gas, hydro, solar, wind, and coal facilities across the U.S., Canada, and Australia, leveraged data virtualization with the company’s cloud strategy. A few years ago, TransAlta decided to move 100% of its data to the cloud. The company centralized its data to reduce infrastructure, simplify data access, and scale storage. The biggest hidden challenge many companies face when trying to be completely cloud based is connecting the applications they accumulate over time. Whether they were developed and configured for on-premises environments, have specific security requirements, or are too old and complex to connect to data in the cloud, this presents a challenge.

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T-Mobile to Slash $30M in Cloud Costs With Kubernetes

Article | March 25, 2020

T-Mobile US has found success with Kubernetes and currently operates 20,000 containers across its virtualized cloud infrastructure. In fact, over the next year the carrier claims the combination of centralized management of Kubernetes containers and a normalized approach to clusters will help it to slash $30 million in cloud costs. Thom McCann, senior manager and software engineer at T-Mobile, shared the carrier’s seven-year cloud journey progress this week as as part of D2iQ’s “Cloud Native Virtual Summit featuring Kubernetes.” From building applications manually, progressing to automation, and then implementing container-based workloads at scale, T-Mobile’s centralized cloud team has laid “bedrock foundations in place to deliver consistent cloud consumption in a large organization,” McCann said.

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Spotlight

NH-ISAC, Inc.

The security threat landscape continues to expand globally at an incredible pace representing an environment vulnerable to sector and cross-sector potential cascading impacts. As the nation's healthcare and public health critical infrastructure continues to broaden the integration of technology to support healthcare innovation and service delivery, organizations continue to face unprecedented cybersecurity challenges. Securing the resilience of the nation's health sector, comprised of a vast network of interconnecting infrastructures, depends upon the stakeholders ability and capability to work together.

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