The spread of big data tools and technologies is not only altering the way government data is being analyzed, it is reshaping the data center itself.
The QTS Federal Cloud is an infrastructure-as-a-service system built on technologies that federal agencies are familiar with, including VMware, EMC and Cisco.
Instead of trying to manage all facets of the SDDC separately, administrators need to tackle networking, compute, storage, security as a whole.
The National Security Agency will be using graywater to cool servers at its new data center in Fort Meade, Md.
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Based on secure partitioning technology, the fabric-based platform offers secure containers for application workloads running on Intel-based servers.
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In 2014, the government data centers will move toward open-air construction, modular architectures and increasingly total virtualization.
VMware and Palo Alto Networks offer integrated platform to unify network security across both physical and virtual cloud enterprises.
Hadoop is a must-have big data tool, but it has some drawbacks, including the need for high-level user expertise and conditions for optimal bandwidth.
The firm debuts rapidly deployable data center modules that provide more control over infrastructure at lower cost.
Livermore, Intel and Cray are deploying the uniquely designed Catalyst to explore new frontiers in HPC simulation and big data innovation.