Tag: monitoring

Why data storage isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ solution for IoT

Why data storage isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ solution for IoT

Behind the complex network of connected technologies and devices, which makes up the Internet of Things (IoT) landscape, lies a similarly large and sprawling network of data infrastructure. The amount of data produced by the IoT correlates to the large-scale growth that this segment is experiencing. Whilst capturing data is a key part of the process, so is ensuring it can be stored, accessed, and transformed into valuable insights. As data is the largest and most unique resource in each IoT application, enterprises must pay attention to how to store it appropriately to get maximum value from it.

The pressing need to deliver digital transformation over fiber optical networks

The pressing need to deliver digital transformation over fiber optical networks

As noted in a McKinsey report, digital transformation has accelerated by three to four years over the last year. Meanwhile, “smart” technologies are rapidly transforming how cities and entire business sectors are operating. Industry 4.0 – a “new industrial revolution,” where digital technologies increasingly underpin every aspect of work, has been on the horizon for a few years now, but events over the past year are proving to be the big catalyst, or “inflection point,” for it. All this transformation means that enterprises are better able to serve their customers, work rapidly, and build digital services for efficiency and better productivity.

Mastering Application Integration Challenges in Hybrid Cloud Environments

Wednesday, April 7, 2021, 1 p.m. ET

Many enterprises are adopting OpenShift in their journey to building and running containerized workloads in on-premise, cloud-based or hybrid environments. These initiatives leverage multiple application integration technologies, such as IBM MQ, Apache Kafka, or Tibco EMS

Even the smallest piece of data can prove valuable

Even the smallest piece of data can prove valuable

There was a time when owning a cross-cut shredder for home use was considered the height of personal data security. Oh, how the world has changed!

Post-Pandemic Operations

Post-Pandemic Operations

The classic operations toolkit revolves around monitoring sets of physical properties (such as volume, speed, capacity) and having smart people build complex algorithms that describe when an event threshold has been breached.

AIOps And The Quest For The Grail

AIOps And The Quest For The Grail

The promise of a self-healing IT environment has arrived—if your CIO is willing to make the journey. 

Self-healing. The term itself borders on magical. No wonder a self-healing IT environment has long been the holy grail for enterprise CIOs.  

Why? Because CIOs today are strategically responsible for delivering digital products and driving innovation. At the same time, their teams oversee hundreds or thousands of applications, resources, and data sources. A self-healing IT environment would automatically predict issues and then automatically apply the fix.

Self-healing IT has, for the most part, been unattainable—until now. Today, true prediction can finally be reached with the help of AIOps, while remediation can be automated with digital workflows. 

AIOps vs Observability vs Monitoring - What Is The Difference? Are You Using The Right One For Your Enterprise?

AIOps vs Observability vs Monitoring – What Is The Difference? Are You Using The Right One For Your Enterprise?

In the last few months, I have been analyzing and writing a research report for GigaOm in this space, which is due to be released soon. I looked at about 30+ vendors in this space as part of that process and did a deep dive with 20 of them. In that process, after talking with these vendors, a bunch of their customers, and a few CXO executives, I found a lot of confusion.

Nastel Awarded Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN) Select Tier Partner Status

Nastel Awarded Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN) Select Tier Partner Status

Nastel Technologies announced today that it has been awarded Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN) Select Tier partner status. Using AWS, Nastel is able to accelerate its efforts to help customers take advantage of innovative cloud technology.

Five Emerging Internet Of Things Trends For 2021

Five Emerging Internet Of Things Trends For 2021

2020 has proven to be a tumultuous year for everyone, and the technology industry is no different. Tech companies have scrambled to provide innovations that help us continue to function as a society given all the adjustments we’ve been forced to make.

Speed is King in COVID-19 times

Speed is King in COVID-19 Times

Business agility is critical. It’s shocking and saddening to see the number of large household names that we grew up with going into administration. Companies that have always been there and we thought always would stand the test of time. Companies like J.C. Penney, Sears and Arcadia group have not managed to adapt to the new world. The world of COVID-19, but also the changes that were happening to consumer habits before that