To manage cloud right, everybody’s proverbial peanut butter needs to be in everybody else’s chocolate. Which is why, breaking down silos—between platform groups, application teams, functional IT groups and lines of business—is necessary to successfully reinvent the network for cloud.
Cisco’s progress toward continuous trusted access continues with its next wave of innovations around security, network agility, observability, collaboration and sustainability.
If you’re doing a “lift and shift” migration to cloud with your monolithic on-prem applications, you’re missing out on the cloud’s performance improvements and cost savings.
The lack of communication between application developers/cloud teams and on-premises/networking teams isn’t a new phenomenon; it’s been a thing for years. However, as the pandemic accelerated the remote work movement and, subsequently, cloud migrations, it’s bringing this disconnect to the forefront.
Before cloud computing, all organizations managed Database Management Systems (DBMS) using on-premises hardware devices, which were costly and difficult to maintain. With the introduction of Cloud Computing, it is now a breeze to manage and operate DBMS systems.
Intel has been in the news lately regarding the imminent launch of its 4th Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, featuring an all-new architecture, scheduled for later this year. As a longtime technology partner, Presidio has played a significant role in many of Intel’s most important product releases, giving us unique insight into what’s coming and how new innovations will translate into big customer advantages.
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