The "noisy neighbor problem" occurs when the disk I/O for one user starts to interfere with the operations of another user on the same server.
by: Stefan Hammond, Computerworld Hong Kong 16-May-2013
Indonesian Cloud, whose cloud services are underpinned by virtualization and cloud computing technology such as VMware vSphere and vCloud Director, has attained VMware vCloud Powered status.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 28-Dec-2012
Gone are the days when IT maintenance, updates and upgrades were based on a yearly, quarterly or even monthly schedule and your data lived in a storage center that was located in an industrial park across town.
by: Sal Fernando, Commvault 19-Dec-2012
Analysts contributing to the Forrester cloud playbook weighed in with their cloud predictions for the coming year and voted for the top ten. Here is what they expect to happen when enterprises get real about cloud in 2013.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 19-Dec-2012
TCC Technology, a Thailand-based managed hosting and data center services provider, adopts Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization in its SAP application deployments.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 11-Dec-2012
Ovum predicts that the sustainable data center market will see further growth in 2013 as it becomes more focused on cost savings, and provides more efficient internal IT delivery methods such as virtualization, SDNs and the use of converged infrastructure solutions.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 20-Nov-2012
VMware’s 3rd annual VMware Cloud Index, a commissioned study conducted across Asia Pacific by Forrester Consulting and ITR (in Japan only), has signaled a new level of cloud maturity in the Asia Pacific region.
by: Khoo Boo Leong 14-Nov-2012
VADS Berhad (VADS), the ICT and BPO arm of Telekom Malaysia Berhad, has attained VMware vCloud Powered status for its VADS Cloud Services and become a member of the VMware Service Provider Program.
by: Asia Cloud Forum editors 06-Nov-2012
As the cloud market matures, businesses on the cusp of transitioning need to understand the importance of effective disaster recovery in this volatile business landscape.
by: Charles Clarke, Veeam Asia Pacific 30-Oct-2012
vSwitches present a number of critical challenges to network administrators. Virtual ports inside servers are invisible to the devices managing security in the physical network. Managers have no way to identify and secure interactions between VMs. As a result administrators cannot monitor traffic or meet compliance and security policies. How do you secure what you can't see?
by: Gao Peng, H3C 17-Oct-2012