February 2016 - UPDATE

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There is no denying the fact that cloud-based software and computing services are now accepted as the norm. This change has profound implications on how software applications are architected, delivered, and consumed. This change has ushered in a new generation of technology and an entirely new category in data integration. Today, there are 10 new requirements for an enterprise data integration technology:

The rapid change taking place in software-defined applications and infrastructure was one of the top 10 IT tech trends to watch last year. Certainly, some advancements have been made in this area over the past year. But how far does the industry still need to go? Here are 5 trends that will shape application and infrastructure availability in 2016.

With the holiday shopping season now behind us, it's interesting to note that 2015 marked the 10th anniversary of Cyber Monday, a term coined in 2005. Cyber Monday is still a big deal for retailers. In other words, it's game time for data centers. Now is the time to start thinking about how to improve availability and resilience in 2016. Look ahead to 2016 with a vision for bringing your IT service operations to a new level of maturity.