Posts Tagged ‘Internet’

Dell acquires Boomi

November 20th, 2012    Posted in cloud hosting, Internet, web server news

Dell has obtained the SaaS (Software as a Service) integration company Boomi.

The Boomi AtomSphere allows the users to connect any combination of Cloud, SaaS, or On-Premise applications with no software, no appliances, and no coding.

Dell acquires Boomi

Neither parties disclosed the terms and conditions of the acquisition. However, Dell, the technology solutions, services and support provider, stated that the deal is expected to help the businesses employ and enjoy the total value of the cloud computing technology.

The SaaS (Software as a Service) application integration platform of Boomi can transfer data between on-premises and cloud-based applications without software or appliances.

The CEO of Boomi, Bob Moul, stated that the acquisition will make it possible to scale the products of Boomi on a global platform.

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Server virtualization vendors are trying to push the application defined data center

November 19th, 2012    Posted in virtualization, Virtualized Data Centers, web server news

It seems that, as gaps in features are closing between the rivals in the server virtualization industry, the vendors are looking to pull apart of the server infrastructure and go beyond server memory and CPU in their control. And the IT community seems to use the “wait and see” technique about how this will all come together.

Server virtualization vendors are trying to push the application defined data center

The VMware Inc., a global leader in cloud infrastructure, who delivers customer-proven virtualization solutions, has started to use the term “land-grab” to refer to this infrastructure of data centers where the software or the applications will be defining the data center. This concept took the center stage at the last VMworld conference by VMware in San Francisco.

According to the VMware executives who delivered the keynote speeches at VMworld conference, in a data center infrastructure which is software defined, “all of the infrastructure will be virtualized and will be delivered like a service, while the automation will be completely controlled by the software”.

Microsoft, which uses the Hyper-V virtualization technology, is also going to introduce its very own protocol to be used for network virtualization. The protocol is dubbed NVGRE (Network Virtualization using Generic Routing Encapsulation), which, similar to VXLAN by VMware, could be used in order to overcome the limitations in VLAN scalability.

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IPv6: A New Internet Protocol to Expand the Web by Trillions of Addresses

June 14th, 2012    Posted in Internet, web hosting, web server news

Maybe you did not notice, but the online universe extended overnight by trillions on June 6th, 2012. At midnight, Greenwich Mean Time, on June 6th, 2012, World IPv6 (the new Internet protocol system) Launch took place. According to the Internet Society, this means the introduction of more than “340 trillion, trillion, trillion” new IP addresses into the online world.

Every single device connected to the internet (World Wide Web) had an IP address. Since the beginning of the Internet, we have been using the IPv4 Internet addressing system. However, the problem is IPv4 IP addressing system can only provide about 4 billion unique IP addresses. And back in February 2011, ICANN (International Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) handed out the last of the IPv4 addresses that were available.

That was when IPv6 came out. It could provide about 340 trillion trillion trillion (340,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 – 340 x 1036) new IP addresses, a number that could provide the world-wide-web with virtually unlimited space for its growth, from today and into the near future. According to Google, the number is so big that in the future not only your computers, phones, but watches, TVs, cars, and even fridges would have their own IP addresses. And you will be able to control your everyday appliances and other objects with just a click on an application.

“IPv6 is a long-term investment to ensure the Internet continues to be open to innovation”, said Leslie Daigle, chief Internet technology officer at the Internet Society.

Although big Internet names like Google, YouTube, Yahoo and Facebook have come on board to connect, the total transition to IPv6 will not happen overnight. And IPv4 addresses are also not going to disappear in the near future. They will be around until the entire internet converts into IPv6, which is a process that would take some time.

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