Showing posts from January 26, 2015

Private Cloud Deployments in our cloud-driven world.

When it comes to Private Cloud Deployments, the requirements of automation, real-time visibility, scalability, agility, security, privacy and performance are the most exciting and recommended. 
The stakes are critical from pilot projects (gain experience and confidence), to the mature phase.
Henceforth, Infoblox Cloud Network Automation, can deliver control that scales from pilot to production to multi-platform, so that private cloud deployments, regardless of size and scope, are facilitated. Infoblox Cloud Network Automation brings: Infoblox Cloud Network Automation console: ( a centralized graphical user interface that can provide visibility and control of virtual machines (VMs) and tenants as they are provisioned and decommissioned). The console can enable administrators to establish processes, set logical grouping and configurations, and ensure all elements are functioning as they should. Infoblox Cloud Platform Appliance: (a new virtual appliance that is deploye…

Complacence about Internet of Things Security, Risks of The Internet of Things and 3 Internet of Things Security Nuances.

Beyond the lack of standards until now, the Internet of Things is a lucrative market which remains misunderstood, when it comes to security.
The Internet of Things Security is an emerging concept which will cover billion devices installed by 2020. According IDC, these devices are expected to deliver an overall global economic value add of $1.9 trillion, of which 80 percent will be derived from services. Key devices categories include: Printers, 3-D printers and scanners. Routers, firewalls and modems. Gaming consoles. Wearable devices, such as smart watches, Google Glass™ and headsets. Smart appliances, such as refrigerators and coffee makers. Smart meters for energy. VoIP phones. Controllers for lights, heating, ventilating and air conditioning. In the wake of its new report, the "Enterprise ofThings" in critical infrastructure industries, Atomik Research reveals that, the reason many enterprises are relatively ‘unconcerned’ about the security of IoT devices i…

Smart manufacturing in our digital-economy.

The digital economy is more and more characterized by its ability to streamline and rationalize our critical processes with actionable data, to produce tangible and auditable metrics in real-time.
The concept of smart manufacturing is based on these realities. Here, a set of critical questions such as: why, where, when, what, who, and how?, are unmatched. can define the smart manufacturing, as the convergence of data acquisition, analytics, and automated control to improve the overall effectiveness of a company's factory network.
According to IDC Manufacturing Insights, smart manufacturing transitions the production function from one that is capacity centric to one that is capability centric.
His new report on this topic provides a strategy guide for implementing smart manufacturing. 
Key findings of the new report include: Use the overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) equation to understand the potential benefits, and tie those benefits to financial metri…