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Introduction For managing its dynamic infrastructure and all the services, an enterprise needs to operate in the cloud environment, which may be challenging. However, this has become a necessity these days. So, the organizations which are transitioning to cloud computing environments o...
WindowsITPro is doing their annual Community Choice Awards voting – and there’s a bunch of PowerShell-related nominees: 1. SDM & SpecOps in Group Policy – both have PowerShell, 17. Best Wireless/Mobile: SAPIEN iPowerShell 20. Scripting Tools: PowerGUI, PowerShell ...
The Mobility News Weekly is an online newsletter made up of the most interesting news and articles related to enterprise mobility that I run across each week.  I am specifically targeting information that reflects market data and trends. Also read Enterprise Mobility Asia News ...
By Bob GourleySpawar Systems Center Atlantic announced that Chris Miller, former executive director of SPAWAR Lant, will be moving to a new position as Program Executive Officer (PEO) for the DoD Healthcare Management System (DHMS). he will be a direct report to the Undersecretary of D...
Continues evolution of leading SCA tool for developer's desktopBURLINGTON, MA - Sept 18, 2013 - Klocwork® Inc., a global leader in software development tools for creating secure code, today released version 10 of its powerful source code analysis tool, Insight™. With new fe...
Today, Teradata announced the new Teradata Database 14.10 and with it some exciting news for R programmers: the first next-generation in-database R analytics that are fully parallel and scalable. In conjunction with Revolution R Enterprise, R users will soon be able to use the power of...
ECC Sydney February 13 - 14
Views is one of the most installed Drupal modules with over two thirds of Drupal sites reporting that they have it installed. Soon, though, that number will go up: as of Drupal 8, Views is a core module! This effort started as a community effort and was announced as an official Drupal ...
This is a guest blog post by Monica Wilkinson. Monica is Director of Platform & Engineering at Crushpath. In this article she writes about the services and tools her team used to build a Crushpath Google Glass integration in under … Continue reading →
The most recent edition of the Revolution Newsletter is now available. In case you missed it, the news section is below, and you can read the full September edition (with highlights from this blog and community events) online. You can subscribe to the Revolution Newsletter to get it mo...
The Field Mobility News Weekly is an online newsletter made up of the most interesting news and articles related to field mobility that I run across each week.  I am specifically targeting information that reflects market data and trends. Also read Enterprise Mobility Asia New...
Shadow IT is growing and growing. In this post I explain what Shadow IT is and how it is related to the Business-IT Gap. 
Last Thursday, the blog of the European Commission Digital Agenda for Europe published an article entitled "OpenNebula: the only European open-source management platform to build IaaS clouds! A success story in exploitation of FP7 research results". It briefly shows how OpenN...
Like many in the industry over the last few years I have been tracking the development of the Cloud Service Broker concept very closely, and in conclusion I see ‘Enterprise Cloud Brokerage‘ as a likely way in which this goes mainstream. When an independent organizations for...
During the 2013 JSM (Joint Statistics Meetings) Conference in Montreal, Revolution Analytics conducted a survey of attendees from August 5 to August 8. The 865 respondents gave their opinions on the privacy and ethics related to data collection, and on their familiarity with statistica...
For most organizations application releases are analogous to extremely tense
R has been featured in a couple of recent articles in the tech press. Last month, Data Informed's feature article 5 Key Considerations When Choosing Open Source Statistics Software suggested R for its analytics capabilities: Certainly, the statistical language R, for instance, is these...
By Bob GourleySplunk and Cloudera are both firms I like and have worked with and hope to work with long into the future. I try to track their capabilities and enjoy that because both are consistently innovating. Now I’m embarrassed to say I totally missed something going on betwe...
When I arrived at Agile 2013, I looked at the program and picked out sessions — mostly about improving the front-end of development. In order to do this, I had to pass the lounge area, which had tables, chairs, couches, easels … and lots and lots of white boards. This area ...
First Big Data Analysis Technology to Help IT Identify Unknown Internal Email-Enabled Systems and Applications Emeryville, Calif, September 5, 2013—Sendmail today introduced Sentrion Rogue Email Application Control (REAC) 2.0, the first inside-threat protection application with n...
Wednesday 4 September, 2013 Highly-performant, Open Source Big Data distributed database in use at Adobe, CERN, Comcast, eBay, GoDaddy, HP, IBM, Instagram, Netflix, Plaxo, and Sony, among others, to create modern, data-driven applications Forest Hill, MD –4 September 2013– The ...
Running considerably into its 12th year of foundation, Sourcefire has come a long way from a single, open source software, to a corporation listed in NASDAQ, providing robust network security solutions to corporations worldwide. Transforming the way Global 2000 organizations and govern...
Having a Deployment Pipeline in place is extremely helpful! Learn how to set it up and how to deploy to production servers with Zero Downtime Deployment in this article. A deployment pipeline lays out the whole process that your code needs to go through from your repository to product...
By Bob GourleyDoug Cutting, founder of Hadoop and an Apache Software Foundation Director, is Cloudera’s Chief Architect and a leading advocate for the open source community. He has spent many years creating and contributing software to the open source community, including technol...
Exegetic Analytics extols the wonders of foreach package for iterative operations that go beyond the standard "for" loop in R. For example, here's a neat (if not optimally efficient) construct using filters to calculate the primes less than 100: foreach(n = 1:100, .combine = c) %:% whe...
By Ryan KamauffHere are the top cyber news and stories of the day. New project shines light on VA mismanagement – ‘Jeff Miller, chairman of the House veterans affairs committee, launched the VA Accountability Watch, an extension of Veterans.House.Gov, to highlight VA’...
The Countway Library at Harvard Medical School today held a forum/seminar on what they’re working on. What they’re working on is pretty great. NOTE: Live-blogging. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Omitting key information. Introducing artificial choppiness. Over-emphasizing small ...
Yesterday, we premiered Part 1 of our interview with Robert Scoble. In Part 2, our conversation extended to the way megacloud providers are influencing the development of the cloud computing industry, the changes occurring in IT, the importance of AWS, and much more. Techguru and Rac...
We recently had the pleasure to sit down for an extended conversation with Robert Scoble, an all around tech guru and currently of Rackspace. Our conversation covered a range of topics, from his focus in technology, to how cloud computing has changed IT, to the way new innovation is o...
Les infrastructures ont un rôle essentiel dans le succès des systèmes d’information ; ce sont les fondations des usages innovants. J’ai écrit récemment un billet sur les innovations qui se préparent dans les « infrastructures 2.0 » des 3 à...
Technology skills are starting to center in different kinds of institutions. One of the interesting sub-stories to the cloud computing narrative, with its dynamic promise to businesses, is the difficulty in finding qualified expertise to apply to projects. Christian Verstraete recen...
By Bob GourleyMetaScale is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sears Holdings with a very interesting story. They are a Big Data center of excellence with proven past performance. Born of service to the Sears family of firms, their lessons learned and ability to get things done the right way,...
The Field Mobility News Weekly is an online newsletter made up of the most interesting news and articles related to field mobility that I run across each week.  I am specifically targeting information that reflects market data and trends. Also read Enterprise Mobility Asia New...
If, like me, you've ever had a sandwich from a dubious deli and then been laid up for days afterwards, you know that food poisoning is no trifling matter. In the past, local authorities would only ever learn of such public health issues if they get reported to the authorities by the vi...
Initialement, je n’avais pas prévu d’écrire une troisième partie, mais les nombreux commentaires et échanges que j’ai eu à la suite du premier et deuxième billets m’ont amené à me poser deux questions : - Quels seront les métiers porteurs...
by Joseph Rickert When you not directly working in an industry it is often extremely difficult to get any real insight into common practices that may be blindly transparent to people who are. With some persistence though, every once in awhile you can stumble into an opportunity to see ...
This Wired article tells you the story about the launch of the Pivotal initiative, the EMC/VMware joint venture led by Paul Maritz and funded to the tune of $105m by GE. Private PaaS Employing over 1,200 from the get go this is clearly a heavyweight venture, so why such a big play...
By Bob GourleyThis post provides information on 4 Sep 2013 The Open Source Software Institute (OSSI) is an open source advocate, a research and development facilitator and a strategic consortium for government, industry and open source community interests. At its core, OSSI creates and...
Life at a gaming company isn’t always fun-and-games. It’s also a demanding IT environment with a huge amount of data to manage. Using various Hadoop open source tools (including Honu, see the diagram at right), the gaming company behind League of … Continue reading →...
Last month I was fortunate enough to give a couple of talks at OSCON. I was particularly pleased with the reception my keynote received on Creating Communities of Inclusion, which touched on some topics beyond the typical licensing and community around open source software.  I was was ...