Last week at Silicon Valley’s storied Computer History Museum, some 200 people came together to see what’s next.Read More
With data volumes growing at a whopping 62 percent CAGR, it’s easy to see why some organizations are worried about keeping up. They’re trying to process and analyze bigger and more complicated problems, which increasingly stresses their computing resources. Eventually, you hit the limits of what your systems can handle.Read More
As the high-performance computing (HPC) community prepares to descend on Denver for SC17 next week, its members will arrive in the Mile-High City with more baggage than the usual rolling carry-on. They’ll also be packing some long-held expectations. One of these is that it’s more or less impossible to create a real HPC system—a massive single system image—in the cloud. I fully anticipate they will leave Denver with the opposite expectation.Read More
Four Options for Harnessing the Flexibility & Power of Software-Defined Servers
You may have caught our big news at Oracle OpenWorld 2017 – that TidalScale has teamed up with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to enable the world’s largest servers. It’s a big deal for us, but an even bigger deal for users of Oracle Cloud who have found they need more compute, memory, storage or I/O than any single bare metal server in the Oracle Cloud can provide.Read More
How the WaveRunner API Enables Tomorrow’s SDDC Innovation, Today
Guest blog post by Chris Busse, CTO at APIvista
In my consulting work, I encourage enterprises of many sizes to use standardized APIs across their business areas. This means I’m often called upon to explain what an application programming interface is to non-technical stakeholders.