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How to move to DevOps to drive open networks

How to move to DevOps to drive open networks


How to move to DevOps to drive open networks

Many of the topics and discussions at the recent Open Networking User Group (ONUG) conference emphasized one very important shift in the networking industry: leading IT organizations are moving to a DevOps organizational structure and eliminating the traditional silos of server, storage and networking in favor of cloud centric, cross-functional teams. Moreover, these changes in IT organizational structure are having a significant impact on networking requirements (e.g. adaptability and programmability) and fueling the adoption of open network software.


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How Demand and Capacity Management can…

How Demand and Capacity Management can Streamline Service Requests in your Cloud Environment

How Demand and Capacity Management can…

By Eric Tisdale What does Request Fulfillment have to do with Demand and Capacity Management in Service Management? Are these process areas still relevant today, as IT concentrates more on delivery of Cloud Services? As we know, the Demand and Capacity Management processes are closely related, with increases or reductions in demand driving capacity plans […]]> By Eric Tisdale What does Request Fulfillment have to do with Demand and Capacity Management in Service Management? Are these process…Read More


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From CIO to CEO: 5 Steps to Organize an IT as a…

From CIO to CEO: 5 Steps to Organize an IT as a Service Provider


From CIO to CEO: 5 Steps to Organize an IT as a…

By Jason Stevenson In my last CIO to CEO blog, we discussed How to Run an IT as a Service (ITaaS) Provider by providing services to meet customer needs using a commodity as an example. In this blog, we will discuss how to organize governance and personnel within an ITaaS Provider. To provide business/mission-value and […]


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Puppet Labs Brings Infrastructure as Code to…

Use puppet to help you provision your #vSphere infrastructure within minutes


Puppet Labs Brings Infrastructure as Code to…

Before today, provisioning vSphere virtual machines was a slow, inefficient process. Virtual infrastructure administrators respond to requests for virtual machines by manually creating and configuring the requested infrastructure. This often results in lengthy lead times due to communication overhead as errors are discovered and corrected. Additionally, as an application evolves, the virtual infrastructure requirements change. Using the vSphere module, changes are documented in the infrastructure code, eliminating the need to manually update documentation every time application requirements change.


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