August 4, 2021

Tech Predictions for 2014: Service Orientation, Big Data Lakes, & Security Product Rationalization

first_imgIn 2014 we will see the acceleration of a redefined role for corporate IT. Business has new alternatives, enabled by ever expanding public cloud and SaaS providers which continues to raise the bar for internal IT.So look for CIOs to embrace a service orientation next year.  They will seek to articulate what their IT functions do as a set of services for their enterprise.  Services will be presented through an intuitive interface offering clear pricing and service level objectives, as well as a variety of internally delivered and externally sourced options.You can also expect growing numbers of “build your own” platform-as-a-service initiatives from organizations. Many IT departments have reaped tremendous benefits from service virtualization and the next wave will extend those capabilities to software-defined storage and the software-defined network.  We are working together with VMware to bring this vision to the market with closely integrated technologies and product offerings.Developing Valuable Big Data LakesBusiness leaders, disappointed by the lack of business-relevant progress from IT, will assume more responsibility for Big Data initiatives.  CIOs will respond by embracing the development of new data architectures that bring together silos of data into a single data lake.  Simply queries into that data lake will begin to unlock the value of Big Data for the enterprise.CIOs will also apply similar technology to infrastructure and data center operations to gain new predictive analytics and a quantifiable lens into how organizations are developing, deploying, and managing IT services.To make those data insights impact business in real time, we will see the development of a new class of applications that leverage Big Data in real time, developed with Agile development methodologies and very rapid release cycles.The Beginning of Security Product RationalizationThe market will begin to formally dismiss issues which impede the “rent v. buy” decision around data protection. Risk management, legal and compliance requirements will start acting as the primary reason to move to XaaS.We will see the beginning of security product rationalization. The control framework is the backdrop and reference point for that rationalization, placing the security discussion closer to senior leadership.Continuous availability will also come of age. The inflection point between cost and functional benefit will become clearer in 2014, as will why and how active/active data resiliency changes the economics of redundancy.—More Predictions for 2014SDx (Software-Defined Everything) by Amitabh Srivastava, President, Advanced Software DivisionA Battle Cry for Protected Storage by Stephen Manley, Chief Technology Officer, Data Protection & Availability DivisionSoftware-Defined in Two Architectures by Josh Kahn, Senior Vice President, Global Solutions MarketingBringing Hadoop to Your Big Data by Bill Richter, President, EMC IsilonA Whole New World by CJ Desai, President, Emerging Technologies DivisionTargeting the Value Office to Transform IT Business by Rick Devenuti, President, Information Intelligence GroupIT’s Ability to Evolve Quickly by Vic Bhagat, Chief Information OfficerAs BYOD Matures, BYOI is Waiting in the Wings by Art Coviello, President, RSAlast_img read more

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Alienware Prepares to Hit the Road with NVIDIA Pascal

first_imgFollowing its debut on Alienware desktops at E3, we’re excited to welcome NVIDIA’s new GeForce® GTX 10 Series on Alienware notebooks debuting at PAX West. These super-charged graphics cards will be available for the first time ever on notebooks, transforming our popular Alienware 13, 15 and 17 gaming machines into fully VR-capable portals that take mobile gameplay into a universe normally reserved for desktops.In case you missed the recent hoopla, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 Series, with breakthrough Pascal™ architecture, is a graphics beast.“…in a nutshell, Pascal is everything that was great about Maxwell 2, but bigger, better, and manufactured on TSMC’s 16nm FinFET process,” noted AnandTech.It delivers up to three times the performance and power efficiency of previous GPUs, with faster and smoother gameplay, synchronized frame delivery and new image-capture technology. It opens the gateway to fully immersive VR experiences, with innovative audio, physics and haptics. Created with NVIDIA’s new FinFET manufacturing process, the GeForce GTX 10 Series offers gamers all the performance of a desktop in a mobile form factor.“Nvidia’s mobile GPU lineup looks very impressive and promising,” said Steven Walton of TechSpot. “It will now be up to manufacturers to come up with a wide variety of gaming laptops that satisfy users’ demands…”We accept that challenge.Alienware 17 is for those looking for a gaming notebook with an emphasis on screen size, performance and immersion, with the power to immerse yourself in 360-degree VR action and truly feel the game. For many mobile gamers, the Alienware 15 is the Goldilocks option, just the right size.  This is a notebook built with strong performance in mind for faster, smoother gameplay, yet balanced with portability for mobile gamers desiring desktop performance. The smallest of our notebooks, the Alienware 13, gains big abilities with Pascal. Ultra-portable and already equipped with Intel’s advanced processors, the GeForce GTX GPU kicks the 13 into a whole new dimension, allowing gamers to play longer and enjoy high-performance graphics.How do you make a great notebook even greater? Our Alienware Graphics Amplifier is designed to be a plug-in companion to any of our gaming laptops, small enough to slide into a standard carry case, yet powerful enough to transform mobile gaming, including VR, into an otherworldly experience. The Amp’s awesome abilities can kick your experience into high gear, especially when adding the latest discrete graphics card technology to drive multi-monitor support on the latest Dell 24” gaming or 34” curved monitors.As we prepare for PAX West, we’re charged up about showing you Alienware notebooks with NVIDIA Pascal. Make sure to tune in to for our midnight announce (12:01 EST on 9/2) to get a sneak peak for what we’ll have on hand at the show.  And trust us – Pascal may be the beginning of the story but it’s certainly not the end of it.Not yet a member of Alienware Arena? Sign up to make sure you don’t miss a thing. Follow Alienware on Twitter @Alienware and Facebook, and tune into for the latest updates, information and gameplay.last_img read more

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Unite and Thrive: Introducing OpenManage Integration 4.1 for VMware VCenter

first_imgWith the recent launch of our new generation of PowerEdge servers, we’ve provided customers with a bedrock on which to build their modern data center. These are also the first generation of servers created in the merger of Dell, EMC, and VMware, realizing the true potential of customer-focused design.One of the biggest customer challenges is the need to adapt and grow their infrastructure as their workloads change. They also need smarter management and automation tools to help keep the process simple as their data center gets more complex.OpenManage Integration for VMware vCenter (OMIVV) addresses this need by bringing simplified management of the entire server infrastructure — physical and virtual — into the vCenter console.By providing unique cluster-level hardware views directly within vCenter, the OMIVV plug-in simplifies the process for scaling and applying updates to multiple Dell EMC hosts in a single workflow. includes these essential capabilities:Monitoring and alerting: Get extensive details for inventory, monitoring and alerting, and recommended vCenter actions based on Dell EMC hardware alertsDeployment and provisioning: Perform “Zero-Touch” bare-metal hypervisor deployment without PXE — leveraging iDRAC with Lifecycle ControllerFirmware updates: Deploy server BIOS and firmware updates from vCenterHardware management: Access and renew all hardware warranties online via the OMIVV consoleAn optional OpenManage vROps Management Pack is included with the licensing of OpenManage Integration for VMware vCenter. This management pack brings hardware objects, health and alerts into vRealize as objects and dashboards. It includes these great features:Monitoring and alerting: Adds hardware health metrics, performance data, and events from managed PowerEdge servers / chassis into vROpsHigh-level reporting: Provides detailed reports and views of server and chassis information across the OMIVV v4.1 managed environmentHardware contextual mapping: Maps physical relationships with vROps objects for simplified troubleshootingOpenManage Integration for VMware vCenter and PowerEdge servers are essential elements of the modern data center. Plus, our intelligent management tools not only allow your infrastructure to thrive, they keep things simple and secure as you scale.Dell EMC also delivers OpenManage Power Center – the first server management solution in the industry to provide virtual (VM) specific power mapping. It enables you to determine the best placement of workloads and VMs based on power consumption within the servers and VMs themselves. Also, OMPC 4.0 enables proportional power consumption for chargeback, down to the individual VM. This means owners of applications are only charged for what they are actually using.Dell EMC’s OpenManage systems management portfolio delivers practical innovation focused on simplifying and automating the entire IT lifecycle. For more information on the full portfolio, visit read more

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Auschwitz survivors mark anniversary online amid pandemic

first_imgWARSAW, Poland (AP) — Holocaust survivors are commemorating their lost loved ones as the world marks the 76th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau. The coronavirus pandemic means that International Holocaust Remembrance Day events have moved online for the first time, but what remained unchanged was the drive of survivors to deliver the message of “Never again.” Auschwitz is the most notorious of the German Nazi death camps operated by Adolf Hitler’s regime to carry out the planned destruction of Jews and the mass murder of many others, including Roma and Poles. In Austria and Slovakia, hundreds of survivors were offered a vaccine against the coronavirus on Wednesday in a gesture both symbolic and truly lifesaving.last_img read more

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Pelosi denounces GOP leaders over Georgia lawmaker’s posts

first_imgWASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is intensifying the pressure on a controversial Republican freshman. The California Democrat is denouncing GOP leaders for placing freshman Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on the House education committee. Pelosi says Greene has “mocked the killing of little children.” That’s a reference to social media posts reported by Media Matters for America, a liberal watchdog group, in which Greene pushed conspiracy theories or “liked” posts that challenged the veracity of mass shootings at schools in Newtown, Connecticut, and Parkland, Florida. Pelosi says GOP leaders’ decision to assign Greene to the education panel was “absolutely appalling.”last_img read more

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