One of Canada’s largest Internet/cloud hosting providers, iWeb, turned to open source software and Intel® platforms and virtualization technologies to automate provisioning of Internet hosting services. iWeb dropped provision times under 15 minutes, and sharpened its competitive edge.
Follow the hardware and software advances driving the growth and evolution of the cloud-computing infrastructure, and see what’s coming through the Intel Cloud 2015 Vision program.
A joint platform of Microsoft Windows Server 2012 and Intel® Xeon® E5 processors allows companies to take advantage of agility and efficiencies of public, private and hybrid cloud computing, while lowering costs and risk.
With apps and data now living in the cloud, does the built-in capability of networked devices still matter? More than ever. Check out this white paper to discover why cloud infrastructures require powerful devices for increased security and productivity.
Complex graphics and multi-player capabilities of today’s games are enjoyed using both large and small devices. More than just the potential of calculating the current rasterized games that we all know, tracing rays through the cloud opens up the possibility of higher realism in games.
Cloud computing is an important transition and a paradigm shift in IT services delivery – one that promises large gains in efficiency and flexibility at a time when demands on data centers are growing exponentially. Learn about Intel's Cloud 2015 Vision.
Explore the cloud storage solution of unified networking based on 10 Gigabit Ethernet offers compelling benefits for the evolving virtualized data center in this 5 article series from Intel.
Put a trusted and secure cloud strategy into practice for your company or customers. Utilize new building blocks and practices, such as secure cloud SSO with strong authentication, APIs, tokenization of data, and more.
By standardizing on industry-leading hardware and software from Intel and Microsoft, businesses can gain an end-to-end private cloud environment that is scalable and secure.
Intel’s Cloud 2015 Vision is that cloud computing is federated, automated, and client-aware. Moving the industry toward that promise will require a focus on three industry-wide pillars of cloud computing – efficiency, simplification, and security –and on solutions that are open, multi-vendor, and interoperable.
Explore how unified networking based on 10 Gigabit Ethernet offers compelling benefits for the evolving virtualized data center, including simplified infrastructure, lower equipment and power costs, and greater agility.
Go deep into cloud on-boarding with this reference architecture, which provides use cases, a test bed blueprint and a step-by-step demonstration of migrating apps to the cloud.
Principled Technologies Report: Isolating the effects of RAM errors on virtualized business-critical applications
View this test report on how an Intel/VMware joint platform isolates the effects of RAM errors on virtualized mission-critical apps.
More Performance & Stronger Security for Mission-Critical Enterprise Computing (VMware vSphere™ 5.0 & Intel® Xeon® Processor E7 Family)
Extend virtualization across all your mission-critical apps.
Intel® SOA Expressway is a software appliance that combines common functions of a service bus, security gateway, and XML acceleration engine into a single product that scales on next-generation Intel® Xeon® processor-based servers f
The growth of enterprise cloud computing is more than just a technology shift; it requires fundamental cultural change throughout the organization. By leading and managing this change, CIOs can drive cloud adoption while assuming a new, even more strategic business role.
The need for supplemental compute resources has grown appreciably over the years as DreamWorks Animation filmmakers create richer, more exciting visuals. Learn about cloud computing and how DreamWorks uses these resources to manage the demands of their 3D animation and filmmaking processes.