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Datapipe partners among Gartner’s list of top database management systems

Gartner recently published its Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems (DBMS). Quick definition digression: Gartner defines a DBMS as “a complete software system used to define, create, manage, update and query a database.” A database is an organized collection of data that can be organized in multiple formats and stored in a storage medium, be it hard-disk drives, solid-state …

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Appearances in Gartner Magic Quadrant a result of growing demand for database management

A few months ago, we partnered with DataStax, the company that delivers Apache Cassandra™ to the enterprise. Even in that short period of time, we’ve seen how the software has provided organizations with flexible, always-on, secure, managed database solutions to accommodate the toughest of big data workloads. DataStax was rewarded for putting customers first by being named a Leader in …

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Understanding the Multiple Versions of the FedRAMP ATOs

The purpose of FedRAMP is simple – to act as a common set of security controls that can be accepted government-wide. However, since the July 2014 FedRAMP rollout, this security risk management program has gotten increasingly complex. With the initial FedRAMP rollout, the Joint Authorization Board (JAB), which is comprised of the CIOs from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), …

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Datapipe Government Solutions expands portfolio with Department of Veterans Affairs

Today we announced that we have joined with TechAnax, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, to plan and execute a data center migration project and provide ongoing hosting support services for the Department of Veterans Affairs as part of a multi-million dollar deal. Lead contractor on the project, TechAnax, a professional services firm providing customized information technology and management …

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A closer look at security and data center automation

With all of the trends that have surfaced in the past few years, it is easy to forget the past 100 years of innovation and technological progress leading up to the consumerization of the Internet. Cloud computing, big data, the Internet of Things, enterprise mobility and other major trends in corporate IT have no doubt transformed operational processes and infrastructure …

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Trends impacting core infrastructure management strategies

The average business has been forced to dramatically adjust its approach to IT management given the explosive growth of data volumes around the globe, which has intensified even more of late. At the same time, new devices and apps are making it possible to increase the accessibility of data, provided organizations have modernized their IT infrastructure and service management models to align them with …

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The rapid evolution of database, IT management

Infrastructure-as-a-Service has had a profound impact on the IT department and businesses at large, especially in the past few years since companies have begun to use multi-cloud approaches to their technology management. The provisioning process, best practices of management, maintenance requirements, capabilities and functionality, IT service delivery models and more have all changed significantly in a relatively short period of …

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Will companies get infrastructure automation right?

The first musings on automation's potential strengths and weaknesses trace back as far as the Industrial Revolution, but the conversation has evolved significantly in the past few years given how far the technology has progressed. Some of the very same concerns that began hundreds of years ago remain as poignant today as ever, such as the potentially negative impact automation can …

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