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9Lenses and HP – a match made in the cloud

handshake.jpgIndependent Software Vendors (ISVs) are increasingly feeling pressure to migrate to the Cloud, but are often left alone to ponder the important questions, such as, “What Cloud is right for me?”

 

Faced with this very situation, ISV 9Lenses chose HP as its strategic partner for the Cloud – and the rest is history.

History must not repeat itself when integrating to Cloud Computing

Those of you who have seen the integration solutions evolve to service oriented paradigms will remember the tangled wire-mesh of point-to-point solutions that preceded this paradigm. Slowly but steadily over the years, IT matured to a structured, standardized approach for integrating applications across the extended enterprise. Enterprise Service Buses cemented this concept. Life was good and then came cloud computing.  Along with the cloud came a multitude of as-a-service providers that have a need to integrate with enterprise wide applications. Pick your favorite enterprise application and you are likely to see a steady emergence of yet-another-integration to a Saas provider. And therein lays the risk. We should take a lesson from history to ensure that this time around, we prevent undue proliferation of point-to-point solutions across the extended enterprise.

SiliconAngle's The Cube Discusses Airlines and the Cloud with HP's Brian Cook

Cook Headshot web.jpgOn Tuesday, at HP Discover, Brian Cook, vice president and general manager, travel & transportation for HP Enterprise Services discussed the unique challenges of the airline industry with Dave Vellante and Jeffrey Kelly, hosts of SiliconAngle's The Cube. Watch the great conversation that ensued about cloud and how, when it comes to computing, a storm is actually a good thing for airlines.

Innovation INSIGHT on Security: Surf or sink during IT’s biggest challenge in 20 years

By Bryan Stiekes, Distinguished Technologist, HP Enterprise Services Office of the CTO

 

Waves - small.jpgEnterprise security in a SaaS model? It’s surf or sink as organizations grapple with the most profound disruption in 20 years and place data over public networks. In part 1 of a series on security, HP Distinguished Technologist Bryan Stiekes shares why the focus should be on identity, not infrastructure, to keep the enterprise efficient but secure.

Velocity stuck in neutral? In today’s rush to market, speed may trump perfection.

By Ed Reynolds, HP Fellow, Office of the CTO, HP Enterprise Services

 

Ed Reynolds - July.JPGEnterprises idling at today’s technological crossroads—between the cloud and legacy IT—may go into a tailspin as consumers bypass them in favor of other options that have embraced cloud services for a more responsive customer experience.

 

So why are organizations waiting so long to change their business model? That corporate pursuit for perfection comes at a huge cost: customers. Today’s marketplace requires speed and convenience to meet the demands of customers who expect instant results.

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