Posts Tagged ‘ Prism ’

▶ TechViews Unplugged: July 2013

▶ TechViews Unplugged: July 2013

In the inaugural episode of TechViews Unplugged, Andi Mann and George Watt of CA Technologies discuss cloud computing with Raspberry Pi and LEGO, 3D printed prosthetics hands, bring your own device (BYOD), insider threats, PRISM and more! via ▶ TechViews Unplugged – Raspberry Pi, 3D Printing, BYOD and Insider Threats – YouTube.

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Is ‘VM Stall’ the Next Big Virtualization Challenge?

Is ‘VM Stall’ the Next Big Virtualization Challenge?

There appears to be a challenger to ‘VM sprawl’ as the scourge of virtualization success - a problem I call ‘VM stall’. We know about ‘VM sprawl’ – because new virtual machines are so easy to deploy, organizations can end up with more VMs that they can handle, or even use. This has the potential to cause severe problems to availability, performance, compliance, costs, security, and more. However, I am seeing more and more evidence of this new phenomenon I think of as ‘VM stall’ – the tendency for virtualization deployments to stall once the ‘low-hanging fruit’ has been converted (typically around 20-30% of servers). I think it happens more or less like this...

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