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So You Want to Use Azure...Where to Start?

Arraya Insights| April 21, 2015

Microsoft Azure has plenty of benefits. But you already know that. It’s why Azure is on you and your management chain’s radar in the first place. The thing is, once you’ve made the decision to go with Azure, there are so many options on how to leverage it, it can be hard to know where […]

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Cisco Data Center Partner Connection - Update 2: Cisco's Integrated Infrastructure for OpenStack

Arraya Insights| February 13, 2015

Cisco is the clear market leader for Integrated Infrastructure with solutions developed with VCE, EMC, NetApp, IBM, Hitachi, Nimble, and Simplivity using software from VMware and Microsoft.  Cisco’s strategy has been very clear, to offer customers choice.  Cisco is adding a new option, the Cisco UCS Integrated Infrastructure for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform […]

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3 Challenges Which Can Stall or Derail Cloud Adoption

Arraya Insights| December 22, 2014

The road to cloud adoption has been well-traveled. IT leaders have rushed to embrace cloud tools for the agility and savings they can bring to their organizations. Despite all of that foot traffic, there are still plenty of bumps which companies will need to deal with. These bumps can keep longstanding cloud adopters from really […]

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IT Buzzwords Defined

Arraya Insights| November 4, 2014

There’s nothing quite like walking away from a conversation feeling like you need to Google a big chunk of it in order to figure out what the heck the other person was talking about. Some of the jargon and buzzwords in the technology field can leave even savvy IT pros scratching their heads on occasion. […]

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VMworld 2014 Recap

Halim Chtourou| September 15, 2014

VMworld 2014 can almost be summed up in one word: realization. Among the event’s major talking points was the rebranding of VMware’s Management Suite, vRealize. Essentially, many of the announcements and updates to the product sets and capabilities were just that: a realization (or a promise of realization) of the initial value propositions of the […]

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