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GemFire’s APIs and integration with the popular Spring framework combine to greatly speed and simplify the development and support of scalable, transactional enterprise applications. The Spring Data GemFire project provides specific code samples to get productive quickly. vFabric GemFire can offload and manage HTTP session state for Apache Tomcat, vFabric tc Server , VMware’s enterprise version of Tomcat optimized for Java Spring users, and other application servers.
In a new market projection, IDC confirms what many industry watchers have been thinking intuitively all along: that more and more software is being delivered as a service , or via the cloud. A new IDC study shows that the Software as a Service (SaaS) market had worldwide revenues of $13.1 billion in 2009. IDC forecasts the market to reach $40.5 billion by 2014, representing a compound annual growth rate of 25.3%. So what does this mean? It means increasingly large chunks of IT are being delivered in service mode, versus project-by-project, or application-by-application installed or built and maintained in the data center.
Traditional content delivery networks and legacy web caches are ill equipped to accommodate the explosive growth in digital media and online video content. Today, service providers of all types are seeking next generation solutions that can distribute, store, and deliver rich media content to 3-screens--mobile devices, set-top boxes, PCs—with efficiency quality and scale. Juniper Networks Media Flow solution supports these efforts, tackling the biggest challenges that today prevent service providers from fully participating in the content delivery value chain. Challenge #1: Reducing costs. Media Flow offers a converged CDN for all content types and formats, and can be hierarchically deployed from content source to network edge—reducing equipment requirements and bandwidth transit costs. Challenge #2: Improving experience.
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Posted by Sharon Fisher June 09, 2010 Virtela, a managed network services company, has announced a cloud-based application acceleration service that the company claims can improve performance by five to 25 times. If applications aren't faster, the company will pay customers 2.5 times the service charge, says Vab Goel, founder and CEO of the Denver-based provider.
Posted by Christopher C. Cain, Foley & Lardner LLP July 21, 2010 Cloud computing continues to grow apace, with more businesses each year considering some form of a cloud solution. This is not to say that IT departments are abandoning traditional software solutions but they are picking and choosing business functions they are willing to push to the cloud. With one foot increasingly in the cloud and the other remaining in the business, IT personnel need to keep in mind the difference between a traditional software solution and a cloud offering.