Managed Service Providers using legacy Application and Network Performance Monitoring solutions are facing the challenges of the new IT paradigm. The inescapable evolution to virtualization, cloudification, SDN and container-based architectures are making MSPs services difficult to sell, build and run. Time to set-up and time to insight becomes longer and without agility and the ability to adapt. Current solutions require deep expertise but lack flexibility and comprehensive visibility across all layers and all applications that are required for fast root-cause analysis.
As schools examine resources to support the growth and improvement of AP courses in science, the use of augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) has allowed students to do things that were previously dangerous, impossible, counterproductive, and expensive (DICE). Come explore the elements of DICE and how leveraging an AR/VR learning tool can not only provide these experiences but lead to improved exam scores.
Data Virtualization has become a critical component of an adaptive and agile enterprise data fabric. It is no longer feasible to replicate data from myriad sources into a central repository, due to the associated costs and the delays in accessing the data. But there are common misconceptions around Data Virtualization and how it works.
The founders of Data Center Frontier and datacenterHawk joined us to share their research in market trends and the individual characteristics of the New York, New Jersey and Boston markets, as well as answer pertinent questions at the end. The discussion was hosted and moderated by our very own Martin Triplett, Director of Global Product Management at Digital Realty.