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Data Connectivity in the Industrial Internet Reference Architecture

Today, the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) released the Industrial Internet Reference Architecture (IIRA). The IIC is the largest of the Internet of Things (IoT) consortia with over 170 members ( 1,298 more words

TECH

Handouts - Introducing Oracle's Information Management Reference Architecture

One of the great things of working in the Oracle Business Analytics industry is the fact that there is a very active community. Both online as well as offline. 112 more words

Big Data

Intelligent DNS Animated Whiteboard

DNS will become even more important as additional sensors, monitors, actuators and other ‘things’ connect to the internet. It helps those devices like refrigerators and automobiles get their updates and helps us people find those things in our digital world. 99 more words

F5

Referentie-architectuur voor 1500 stateful VDI gebruikers met alleen Microsoft technologie

Microsoft heeft een referentie-architectuur gepubliceerd en getest waarmee tot 1500 VDI gebruikers kunnen worden bediend. Het gaat om – wat Microsoft noemt – “personal virtual desktops” (oftewel stateful) en niet om de meer eenvoudige “virtual desktop pools” (oftewel stateless). 62 more words

Desktop Virtualization

A Reference Architecture for the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things requires multiple Reference Architectures which can map capabilities to specific technology domains. This is a challenge because there is no single unifying industry definition for the Internet of Things. 73 more words

Internet Of Things

IT Transformation - Part 2 - The "A-Team"

This is part 2 of the Information Technology Transformation series, describing the creation of the “A-Team” / Architecture Office and the associated Architecture Review process. 1,074 more words

Architecture Design & Strategy

New- vCloud Automation Center 6.1 Reference Architecture and High Availability Guides

Scalability, availability and performance are three attributes that are critical to any IT management solution.  The default configurations for most enterprise software products are designed for rapid initial deployment and not intended to handle the needs of every customer.  118 more words

VRealize Automation