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Talking Cloud with Cote - Part 2 - YouTube
Part 2 of some cloud talking, as it says, that I did with Zenoss back in 2011.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  CoteSpeaking  Zenoss  redmonkclients  videos  cloud  tumblr:video  video 
march 2014 by cote
Talking Cloud with Cote - Part 1 - YouTube
Part one of some cloud talking, as it says, that I did with Zenoss back in 2011. See Zenoss’ notes here.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  CoteSpeaking  Zenoss  cloud  videos  redmonkclients  tumblr:video  video 
march 2014 by cote
Eucalyptus Systems Gains Momentum with Customers & Partners in 2010
"One in Five of the Fortune 100 Started a Eucalyptus Cloud in 2010; Dell, HP, Intel, Red Hat & Other Industry Leaders Joined Eucalyptus' Growing Partner Ecosystem." Also, 25,000+ deployments.
Eucalyptus  numbers  cloud  privatecloud  redmonkclients  cloudcases  opensource 
january 2011 by cote bolsters ITSM SaaS offering
"What's interesting with this release is it's becoming clear that instead of just sticking with just the service desk, wants to branch out into other parts of IT management. … It's trying to get toward one hosted service that orchestrates all of the pieces for you," Cote says. With runbook automation, for example, "it's providing the beginning of a tool you would need to draw out processes, such as provisioning a new user. You can model out the process, see where humans get involved and where automation kicks in," he says.
redmonkpressquote  servicedesk  automation  redmonkclients  itmanagement  itmanagementguys 
october 2010 by cote
Why Now: The recent acquisition of Nimsoft by Computer Associates | AccelOps
"The recent acquisition of Nimsoft by Computer Associates, and leading venture firm New Enterprise Associates’s investment into ScienceLogic (both companies in the Availability and Performance Management of Datacenters) validate the point: datacenter and cloud computing markets are growing and a new way of managing these environments is urgently needed."
via:email  itmanagementguys  AccelOps  itmanagement  m&a  redmonkclients 
april 2010 by cote
Spiceworks Heads Upstream And Abroad With Latest Update - Network Computing
These guys are set to go after medium to large businesses in 2010: multi-site monitoring, now up to 1,000 nodes, SQL Server monitoring, "over 800,000 registered users," help desk improvements (rules for routing and grouping tickets), network topology customizations. Impressive as always.
spiceworks  spiceworks4.5  itmanagement  itmanagementguys  free  austin  monitoring  helpdesk  redmonkclients 
december 2009 by cote
IBM to Acquire Lombardi
"My reaction is a bit different, and it reflects the comments we've been hearing from our customers: IBM already has too many BPM products, and a third one will only aggravate the situation. This acquisition might make sense if IBM intended to rationalize the products and create one leading-edge product that addresses all BPM use cases (e.g., human-centric, system-centric, document-centric, case-centric, etc). But it seems pretty clear that IBM has no intention to do so."
m&a  bpm  lombardi  analysts  IBM  redmonkclients  enterprisesoftware 
december 2009 by cote
Company / Project Commit Details
List of companies that commit to IBM with frequency, etc.
Eclipse  via:JamesGovernor  opensource  redmonkclients  numbers  commiters 
december 2009 by cote
Not Your Omi’s SAP
Lengthy piece explaining how SAP has been quietly doing just find, thank you. When it comes to change, we agree: "SAP cannot and will not make the big, bold, dramatic revisioning that an American company might try to do: it’s just not in the DNA of the company. What SAP can and will do is make incremental change, slowly enough that it might be imperceptible, with the goal of accumulating enough change to really make a difference over time. This frustrates many in the punditsphere, and no small number of people inside SAP as well, but it’s really the only way big change will actually happen: through small, incremental steps." Also, interesting notes on SAP/Microsoft partnership deepening.
SAP  enterprisesoftware  redmonkclients  change  German  culture  apologist  Silverlight  Microsoft  partner 
december 2009 by cote
Dell aims management software, 10G Ethernet at datacenters
"Dell wants to help enterprises migrate toward unified Ethernet datacenter networks from current mixed architectures that use both Ethernet and Fibre Channel."
10GigE  Dell  hardware  networking  redmonkclients 
december 2009 by cote
Microsoft talks cloud computing security and plans to offer private cloud software
"Every customer says 'where can we get a private cloud?'" Alkhatib said. "We're building them. Within a short period of time private clouds will be available with the same technology we've used to build Windows Azure."
microsoft  quotes  Azure  privatecloud  cloud  redmonkclients  itmanagement  itmanagementguys 
december 2009 by cote
Dell goes on 10GbE binge
Super-fast network connections for your private cloud clogged pipe dreams!
Dell  10GigE  networking  redmonkclients  hardware 
december 2009 by cote
Reflections on Microsoft PDC 2009
"So how was PDC 2009? While there was a ton of good content there, and an impressive launch for Silverlight 4, there was a noticeable lack of direction; maybe that was why Ballmer decided not to show up. It should have been the Windows Azure PDC, but as I have just written elsewhere, Microsoft has little excitement about its cloud. Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie gave almost exactly the same keynote this year that he gave last year; and the body language, as it were, is more about avoiding the cloud than embracing it. Cross-platform clients, commodity pricing, throw away your servers: from Microsoft’s point of view, what’s not to hate?"
PDC  Microsoft  conferences  PDC2009  Azure  Silverlight  redmonkclients  sentiment 
december 2009 by cote
Enterprise Quickstart SUSE Powered Virtual Appliance | GroundWork OpenSource
"Enterprise Quick Start SUSE Powered Virtual Appliance: for environments monitoring up to 100 devices, annual service charge of $59. This virtual appliance combines GroundWork Monitor Enterprise with a fully supported version of SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 from Novell."
GroundWork  virtualappliances  appliances  novell  suse  itmanagement  itmanagementguys  redmonkclients 
december 2009 by cote
ITDatabase - ITMemos
New email newsletter with tech world awards, events, editorial calendars, and other stuff good for PR/tech news related stuff. From RedMonk client IT Database.
newsletters  technews  redmonkclients  awards 
december 2009 by cote
SpiceWorld London - Dec 4th, 2009
Hopefully that dude will stop spamming my blog with links to Spiceworld in London, which I'm sure will be fun. You should go check it out if you're in the area.
spiceworld2009  spiceworks  events  conferences  london  redmonkclients 
november 2009 by cote
IBM pairs Rational and Tivoli products to automate development processes | Developer World
Looks like some cloud-driven/automation thinking development connections in IBM land.
rational  devops  cloud  tivoli  ibm  redmonkclients  development 
october 2009 by cote
Over 100 Free IT Applications and Plug-ins from Third Parties Now Available in Spiceworks
In addition to the niftiness of the plugins and extensibility, Check out this channel/partner strategy, man: people pay you to write plugins for your software.
spiceworks  numbers  plugins  itmanagement  itmanagementguys  redmonkclients  channel  SMB  platform  pr 
october 2009 by cote
Reductive Labs | Austin, TX Puppet Training
I'll be sitting in on this training to get my next generation automation skills on. Discounted registration ends tomorrow/today, so check it out. It's in Austin!
training  redmonkclients  automation  itmanagement  itmanagementguys  puppet  ReductiveLabs  conferences 
october 2009 by cote
MagnaQuest Technologies buying eVapt
Former RedMonk client, and startup of one of my friends & co.
austin  startups  eVapt  billing  SaaS  redmonkclients 
october 2009 by cote
IBM to push Linux desktops, and not 10 years too soon!
What I think is really mind blowing here is that IBM's going after selling Linux desktops to the mainstream, a category that was previously given up on. I hope it works well for them, it'd be nice to see what mainstream Linux desktoping turns into.
redmonk  IBM  unbuntu  lotus  redmonkclients  linux  desktop  linuxdesktop 
october 2009 by cote
“Social IT”: Sharing Accelerates in the Spiceworks IT Network « SpiceBlog: It’s Time to Spice IT Up!
More than just raw numbers, check out the kinds of things the Spiceworks community is achieving: who'd have thought you could get IT guys to contribute and crowd-source similar to developers in open-centric ecosystems?
Spiceworks  via:email  itmanagement  itmanagementguys  collaborativeitmanagement  redmonkclients  numbers  collab  web2.0 
october 2009 by cote
IBM Faces Justice Inquiry
"The Justice Department is investigating allegations that International Business Machines Corp. has monopolized the market for mainframe computers, broadening Washington's search for anti-competitive behavior in the technology industry."
IBM  anti-trust  redmonkclients  mainframe 
october 2009 by cote
The State of Puppet
Hear Luke tell the story of Puppet and how it's doing today.
puppetcamp  ReductiveLabs  redmonkclients  automation  presentations  puppet 
october 2009 by cote
Announcing the WebsiteSpark Program
A nice extension of the really good deals in the Bizspark program.
bizspark  microsoft  riaweekly  via:twitter  redmonkclients  websitespark  startups 
september 2009 by cote
IBM Study Reveals Drug Companies Struggle to Improve Supply Chain to Battle Counterfeiting, Safety Concerns and Global Complexity
Seems like something scratching the surface of what all this "Smart Planet" hoopla is: "Using smarter, more intelligent supply chain systems that connect suppliers, manufacturers, distribution and customers can more effectively allocate inventory around the world, making real-time adjustments in production and distribution and avoiding costly stockpiles. With the help of sensors and other smart devices to communicate and share information, new efficiencies can be attained. For example, smart pallets of flu medication can sense what and how much medication they are carrying, monitor proper levels of refrigeration and storage, and automatically send a signal when the pallet needs to be replenished. A smarter supply chain helps drug companies capitalize on revenue opportunities in emerging markets while more advanced customer insight allows firms to tailor their products and create new drugs, devices and even diagnostic tools to expand their business."
pharma  IBM  studies  numbers  supplychain  redmonkclients  smartplanet  cases 
september 2009 by cote
IBM’s ‘iDataPlex’ Server Selected for New Cloud Computing Development Center
"The center will be powered in-part by IBM’s newest iDataPlex dx360 M2 server, which features expanded memory from previous versions (128 GB); support for the new VMware vSphere 4TM virtualization platform."
cases  via:email  cloud  iDataPlex  SaaS  redmonkclients  itmanagement  itmanagementguys 
september 2009 by cote
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