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Three Key Requirements for Continuous Integration in Cloud Environments

Click to learn more about author Joe deBuzna. In my previous blog post I discussed hybrid cloud computing. The phrase Hybrid Cloud Computing is used to describe the coexistence of multiple environments, at least one of which is a cloud environment. Hybrid cloud computing introduces new data integration requirements for data/database-dependent application. In this blog post, I will discuss […]

What is Data Integration?

Data Integration refers to actions taken in creating consistent, quality, and usable data from one or more diverse data sets. As technologies become more complex and change over time, data variety and volume grow exponentially and the speed of data transfer becomes ever shorter. Data Integration has and will continue to become more critical to […]

What is Data Migration?

Data Migration describes transferring data between storage types, formats or computer systems with as little change as possible. Due to acquisitions, relocation, or outgrowing a current system, companies find the need to migrate data. More than just a “lift and shift” approach, good  Data Migration catalyzes rethinking of Data Strategy and Data Architecture through: Upgrading […]

VersaStack with IBM Flash Accelerates Data Transfer for Hybrid Cloud Workloads

by Angela Guess According to a new press release, “IBM today announced new Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and hybrid cloud capabilities for the VersaStack™ converged infrastructure solution. VDI can reduce data center costs, streamline troubleshooting, and increase data security for enterprise clients managing hybrid cloud workloads. To address large-scale, high performance VDI workloads and data […]

How Brexit Could Affect Data Protection in the UK

by Angela Guess Chris Middleton recently summarized the impact that Brexit could have on data for citizens of the United Kingdom. Writing in Diginomica, he opines, “As the Brexit aftershock rolls on, many commentators have questioned the impact of the UK leaving the European Union (EU)  on matters of data protection, data transfer and data […]

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