The latest release of SevOne's Digital Infrastructure Management Platform seeks to deepen visibility, provide richer context and lessen operational risk of large-scale networks.
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Most of us think of the cloud as the end of capacity planning. Why do we need the cloud if capacity is practically infinite, provided that our applications are built correctly? As more users come in and/or more capacity is required, we can spin up more capacity -- both bandwidth and compute. We have the same attitude towards hybrid cloud environments. At peak times, we can spill into the cloud.
SevOne unveiled a series of enhancements for its SevOne Digital Infrastructure Management Platform that extend the ability of Operations and IT teams to generate operational insights.
SevOne was named the winner of a Bronze Stevie Award in the “Fastest Growing Tech Company of the Year – Up to 2,500 Employees” category in the 14th Annual American Business Awards.
To serve a market growing so quickly, today’s enterprises, carriers and entrepreneurs are embracing a new kind of digital transformation, one with an emphasis on embracing the Internet of Things, reliance on the cloud and localizing data centers to enhance and improve business operations. These are the top three things happening in the APJ region.
Now that the enterprise has gained a little experience pushing select applications and services out to the cloud, it’s time to start thinking about integrating this new infrastructure into the overall data environment.
Hosted by PACT and sponsored by Fairmount Partners in partnership with KPMG, the PACT Enterprise Awards honors investors, entrepreneurs and companies that are pace-setters in innovation, leadership and advances in technology, healthcare and related fields. Here are the 2016 finalists.
Each day in health IT brings new technology. With such rapid change, when does technology become outdated and become a legacy system?
SevOne has released its SevOne End User Experience Appliance, which actively monitors application and network performance across enterprise, cloud and communication service provider infrastructures.
Disruption from cloud is being felt in every corner of the IT universe and the emergence of software-defined wide area networks (SD-WAN) could present the latest wave of change for managed services providers (MSPs).