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Data and Storage

Data and Storage are a key aspect in any infrastructure. While storage needs hardware, most solutions are now mostly ‘dumb’ hardware with intelligent software. In cloud and container environments, persistence of storage is separated from the application or container itself. Enterprises require data resilience, security, disaster recovery, strict performance SLAs and operations across clouds.

Why the PX-Backup container-native approach is crucial for data protection

Containers are very different than virtual machines. The more prescriptive way containers store data forces admins and developers to put more thought into which data goes where. It also means traditional...
Shadow IT

Coming out of the dark – what is shadow IT and how to deal...

Everyone who works in a large organization knows it: there are (probably) a lot of IT projects that are not officially sanctioned. Although not a new phenomenon, it is important to...
F5 Container Ingress Services

F5 Container Ingress Services blends BIG-IP with cloud-native workloads

In this final installment of our Amazic World series sponsored by F5, we’re looking at F5’s continued investments in datacenter security for container deployments using F5 Container Ingress Services. This is post...
Choose the right cloud provider: 7 considerations

Choose the right cloud provider: 7 considerations

Don't feel like reading? Listen to this article via the player below: Amazic · Choose The Right Cloud Provider: 7 Considerations It should be no surprise: cloud providers have quickly become the platform...
The App Factory A slow movement towards rapid change

The App Factory: A slow movement towards rapid change

Download this whitepaper to learn how to remove silos and increase visibility. As the increasing need for dependable applications proliferates across nearly every industry, many organizations rush to release apps that do...
Making-sense-of-Container-Data-Protection

Making sense of Container Data Protection

This question is often translated into “why backup containers?”. Perhaps the challenge is not about backing up containers but protecting modern containerized applications. Does it make sense to do container data...
MobiledgeX Cloud Foundations

MobiledgeX is the Amazon of Edge Computing

We all know Amazon.com, the online retailer. In the Netherlands, we have similar 'platform' players, that, for a fee, will let 3rd party resellers sell their inventory via the site. It's...
Protecting your serverless workloads is not a “nice to have”

Protecting your serverless workloads is not a “nice to have”

Serverless computing has gained a lot of traction the last couple of years. Many organizations are already experimenting with it and using its fullest potential for their applications. As described in...
Clean up your unused cloud resources to reduce your cloud bill

Clean up your unused cloud resources to reduce your cloud bill

Developers can and will utilize whatever resources cloud providers offer in simple ways. Infrastructure components can be setup in a matter of minutes. Creating and using cloud resources can quickly get...

Portworx: Solving the Challenges of Persistent Storage for Containers

In the heyday of containers, storage was often an afterthought. Containers were envisioned to be ephemeral, stateless components and container storage was definitely not a priority. The advent of data-rich containers...