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Choosing cloud providers for data migration

Three Critical Areas to Consider Before Migrating Data to the Cloud  
May 15, 2017 by

Cloud Computing

Organizations of all sizes are choosing to conduct at least part of their business in the cloud, and choosing which cloud provider to work with is an important part of that process. The provider can mean the difference between a cloud migration that goes off without a hitch, and one that causes delays, additional expenses and
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IT teams need the right tools to manage infrastructures.

Serverless Computing—The Latest “as a Service” Offering
April 3, 2017 by

Cloud Computing, Performance Monitoring

We’d all like to fulfill that “find a job you love and you’ll never work a day in your life” cliché. But in reality, every job (even if it’s our dream job) comes with its downsides. For you, the constant fight against shadow IT might get on your last nerves. For your developer coworkers, infrastructure
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What are containers for IT use?

What Are Containers and What Do They Have to Do with End-User Experience?
March 7, 2017 by

Networking Technology

End-user experience is everything when it comes to facilitating workplace productivity. You could deploy or develop the most powerful applications anyone has ever seen—but they won’t do any good if they offer a poor experience. This is a major reason why applications are moving to SaaS, PaaS and IaaS cloud computing models. The cloud simplifies
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Weekly commentary from AppNeta on networking and application performance

Weekly Packet: All Cloud, All the Time
October 7, 2016 by

Cloud Computing, Industry Insights

This week, we came across some nice hard numbers on cloud infrastructure spending, based on IDC research. They expect that spending on cloud infrastructure will pull even with spending on traditional IT infrastructure within five years. That’s a pretty amazing shift when we look back over the past decade or so in IT. With all
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