Category Archives: containers

How containers are the new basic currency for pay as you go hybrid IT

Container-based deployment models have rapidly gained popularity across a full spectrum of hybrid IT architectures — from edge, to cloud, to data center. This next edition of the BriefingsDirect Voice of the Innovator podcast series examines how IT operators are now looking to increased automation, … Continue reading

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HPE strategist Mark Linesch on the surging role of containers in advancing the hybrid IT estate

Openness, flexibility, and speed to distributed deployments have been top drivers of the steady growth of container-based solutions. Now, IT operators are looking to increase automation, built-in intelligence, and robust management as they seek container-enabled hybrid cloud and multicloud approaches for data and … Continue reading

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How total deployment intelligence overcomes the growing complexity of multicloud management

The next BriefingsDirect Voice of the Innovator discussion focuses on the growing complexity around multicloud management and how greater accountability is needed to improve business impacts from all-too-common haphazard cloud adoption. Stay with us to learn how new tools, processes, and methods are … Continue reading

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Qlik’s CTO on why the cloud data diaspora forces businesses to rethink their analytics strategies

A discussion on why new ways of thinking are demanded if comprehensive analysis of relevant data can become practical across a multi- and hybrid-cloud deployments world. Continue reading

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How the composable approach to IT aligns automation and intelligence to overcome mounting complexity

Learn how higher levels of automation for data center infrastructure ahem evolved into truly workable solutions for composability. Continue reading

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Want to manage your total cloud costs better? Emphasize the ‘Ops’ in DevOps, says Futurum analyst Daniel Newman

Learn ways a managed and orchestrated cloud lifecycle culture should be sought across enterprise IT organizations. Continue reading

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New strategies emerge to stem the costly downside of complex cloud choices

The next BriefingsDirect hybrid IT management strategies interview explores how jerry-rigged approaches to cloud adoption at many organizations have spawned complexity amid spiraling — and even unknown — costs. We’ll hear now from an IT industry analyst about what causes unwieldy cloud use, … Continue reading

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