SOA and Virtualization: How Do They Fit Together?

Industry discussion on Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and virtualization positions them as separate, though related, topics today. Because of the wealth of public discussion on each technology, IT managers may wonder whether they are in any sense connected to each other. In fact, the technologies that come with virtualization can be seen as the key enablers

Mobility Under Control

Laptops are all too often the weakest link in information systems. To guarantee the confidentiality and integrity of exchanges with mobile terminals, Arkoon recommends strong, bilateral authentication, encryption adapted to the information stored and transmitted, use of virtual private IP links (VPNs) and centralised management of keys and security rules.

The Java Virtual Appliance – No OS Required

With corporate data centers at or near their physical limit, virtualization is fast emerging as the best way to meet the growing demand for computing capacity. Adding physical capacity isn’t a fast, easy, or readily scalable option. Sometimes it’s hardly an option at all: building new data centers takes too long and costs too much,

BEA Weblogic Operation Control : Application Virtualization for Enterprise Java

Many organizations are adopting virtualization technologies as part of their drive to increase utilization and reduce infrastructure costs, and at the same time improve their ability to respond rapidly to new line-of-business initiatives. Hypervisor-based virtualization platforms, such as VMware’s Virtual Infrastructure, have allowed them to consolidate their IT deployments onto a much-reduced number of servers

Generating more sales at a lower cost with webinars

Imagine you could get all your top sales prospects in a “room” at the same time in front of your company’s best speaker to hear your pitch ? What if you could generate more leads and sales opportunities with the same marketing budget and resources ? Led generation (marketing) webinars now offer the exciting opportunity

Improving Business Continuity for the Remote Office

Remote System availability is critical to maintaining business continuity. Driven by the advent of IP-based remote management technologies, businesses with remote offices have turned increasingly to cost-efficient centralized IT management solutions. These solutions, while impressive, are not without associated risks. IP-based access solutions (also called “in-band” solutions”) are dependent on the Internet for remote access