"We are an outsourcing company, offering sysadmin and DevOps services mostly
for managed service providers, cloud providers and hosting providers," stated
Nikola Trajkovic, Business Development Manager at SuperAdmins, in this
SYS-CON.tv interview at 18th Cloud Expo, held June 7-9, 2016, at the Javits
Center in New York City, NY.
@ThingsExpo - The World's Largest 'Internet of Things' Event, November 1-3,
2016, at the Santa Clara Convention Center!
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All major researchers estimate there will be tens of billions devices -
computers, smartphones, tablets, and sensors - connected to the Internet by
2020. This number will continue to grow at a rapid pace for the next several
@CloudExpo / @ThingsExpo 2016 Silicon Valley
(November 1-3, 2016, Santa Clara Convention Center, CA)
It should come as no surprise that more and more organizations are focused on
meeting customer service expectations, guaranteeing end-to-end business
process delivery and modernizing their IT infrastructures. But what does
this mean for IT operations teams?
If we approach this question using an iceburg analogy, the tip would probably
be an easy observation, such as “IT operations needs to adopt a
business-centric way of thinking.” But dealing with all the change that
needs to occur beneath the surface of this statement is what can sink or
float an organization. IT operations te... (more)
What changes in the cloud computing and big data landscape should we be
expecting in 2013?
In this article we offer a round-up of industry experts' opinions as they
were asked by Cloud Expo / BigDataExpo Conference Chair Jeremy Geelan to
preview the fast-approaching year ahead.
2013 Will Be The Year of Big Data | The Internet of Things | Cloud To The
Rescue (DR) | SSD
John Engates | @jengates
CTO of Rackspace Hosting
Now its CTO, John joined Rackspace in August 2000, just a year after the
company was founded, as VP of Operations, managing the datacenter operations
and customer-s... (more)
Having forced a dominant player like Microsoft to open up some of its
interfaces in the name of interoperability, the European Commission is now
proposing to force any "significant" player like, oh, say, Apple and Adobe or
RIM and Nokia to open up their proprietary interfaces so it can create a
brave new kumbayah level playing field.
It forced Microsoft to do it by dint of antitrust prosecution and heavy fines
but now it's proposing to legislate the licensing of interfaces and data
formats outside of antitrust considerations by 2012.
According to EC's new digital agenda commissio... (more)
Intel made the hairs on the back of the necks of the world's great contract
manufacturers stand up Monday when it said it would make somebody else's
chips for them. It's never done that before and who knows where the
experiment will take it.
It's going to make Achronix Semiconductor's Speedster22i FPGAs on its
drop-dead state-of-the-art 22nm process, which will only come on line next
The widgets are used as accelerators in all sorts of applications.
The fab-less Silicon Valley outfit said it wanted an end-to-end supply chain
in the United States for security. Its bigger c... (more)
CIOs cited reducing enterprise costs; improving IT applications and
infrastructure; improving efficiency; and improving business processes among
the top 10 business priorities, according to a Gartner Executive Program
Survey conducted last year.
To address these business priorities, many CIOs are rethinking how they
architect their IT infrastructure to better deliver applications and services
to end users. A study conducted by IDG Research Services in 2013 surveyed
333 IT directors or higher titles at enterprise companies with more than 500
employees and reported that 77% of ... (more)