Every day, more data center administrators are embracing DevOps best practices as a way to achieve high-velocity delivery of applications and services while optimizing the use of their IT assets. It makes sense: By extracting more utilization from resources you already own (or are already leasing in the cloud), you're lowering your TCO and gaining the flexibility you need to adapt to fluctuating workflows and exploding data volumes.Read More
Before TidalScale, I spent years working with animation software to create visual effects for major motion pictures. As part of that process, I learned something that DevOps and IT administrators have since realized: delivering on difficult schedules often means making maximum and efficient use of hardware resources, and servers in particular.
But DevOps? Read on to see what I mean.Read More
TidalScale has introduced a new concept in the computing fabric: Software-Defined Servers, which allow users to aggregate off -the-shelf commodity servers together in such a way that they form a virtual machine that spans the hardware servers but looks like a single large server to an operating system. This large virtual server can run a single guest operating system like Linux and can then run application programs on that system.Read More
Forrester recently called cloud computing "the most exciting and disruptive force in the tech market in the last decade." We would agree.
Visit us in Booth #309
Come see us in Booth #309 (just behind the huge IBM booth in the entry of the exhibit area) to see how you can right-size your cloud server resources to fit any data set or workload.
Software-Defined Servers are growing popular with large manufacturers, financial services firms and other innovators because of four key benefits to DevOps:Read More