March 18, 2015
Ending the Drudgery and Making Deploying Software Fun Again premium
It doesn’t matter if your agency or department has one server or thousands. Deploying, configuring, and updating systems and applications can be drudgery. No more. Through DLT’s new partnership with Ansible, Inc., the leading provider of simple, agentless orchestration and configuration management tools to IT and DevOps organizations, developers and system admins will find it easier […]
March 6, 2015
How to Overcome the Challenges of Implementing OpenStack premium
We’ve been touting the benefits of OpenStack® since its incubatory stages as a joint project between RackSpace and NASA. But what is OpenStack and why do 84% of enterprises plan to deploy it as the platform of choice for the cloud? What is OpenStack? OpenStack is a set of open source tools for building and […]
August 12, 2013
Technically News – 8/12 premium
This week in Technically News: NASA’s Shadow IT Issues with Cloud Computing All Too Common; The Rise of the Citizen CIO; How CISOs Help Lower Breach Costs; Google Poised to Become the Next Amazon in Cloud, Analyst Says.
July 22, 2013
Technically News – 7/22 premium
This week in Technically News: Cloud Solutions Grab Big Slice of Government IT Budgets; Despite Sequestration, Cybersecurity Funding Growing; IRS Needs Better Data Center Consolidation Plan; Does Your Cybersecurity Strategy Include Shadow IT?; NASA Laser Comm Will Rocket Data To and From Space
June 3, 2013
Technically News – 6/3 premium
This week in Technically News: One Small Step for NASA, One Giant Leap for Open Source; Chinese Hack Targets Weapons’ Designs; SolarWinds Raises Profile in Cloud-Based IT Management; 30 Years of Accumulation: A Timeline of Cloud Computing; Tracking the Evolution of Big Data: A Timeline.
January 28, 2013
Technically News – 1/28 premium
In this edition: Symantec to Rely on Partners After Restructuring; Touchdown! NetApp & The Super Bowl Partner; Autodesk and NASA Developing New Technology; Red Hat Uses ManageIQ Acquisition to Further Cloud Offerings
August 22, 2012
Curiosity Rover is truly in the Cloud premium
Hey, did you hear how NASA used Amazon’s cloud computing for its latest Mars mission? NASA’s management of the Curiosity Rover is demonstrating the considerable technical expertise of the scientists involved in the design and deployment of history’s greatest continuation of unmanned research on another planet. The JPL Curiosity Rover Team’s use of the latest in Amazon Web Services (AWS) Infrastructure and Platform support services (IASS) are demonstrating the team’s considerable understanding of the financial benefits as well.