Topic: broadcom

Report: Automation issues drive breaches in SLAs

Ninety percent of participants in Broadcom’s recent research survey acknowledged that issues in automation are directly contributing to breaches in Service Level Agreements (SLAs). These breaches are not just isolated incidents but a recurring theme that is impacting businesses significantly. On top of that, 61% report SLA breaches monthly or more frequently. The direct consequences … continue reading

IT Operations: Has Your Network Visibility Become Cloudy? Regain Your Sight

Organizations are increasingly adopting cloud-based services such as SaaS-based apps and using hybrid and multi-cloud approaches. While the cloud has its advantages, it can create new challenges for IT and network operations teams. These teams are still responsible for ensuring that all of the connections between various components and services are available and performant. And … continue reading

Broadcom acquires VMware

Broadcom announced that it has acquired VMware to work on solutions that help customers optimize their private, hybrid, and multi-cloud environments, and to run applications and services from anywhere. Broadcom is shifting its focus towards assisting enterprise customers in developing and modernizing their private and hybrid cloud environments. The company plans to invest in VMware … continue reading

Modern network management needs to be experience-driven

Driving a new car for the first time used to be easy. You stepped in, turned the key, let go of the handbrake, and off you went. Not so now. Once seated, you press a button – or should you turn a key? – checking your foot is on the footbrake. Looking for the handbrake, … continue reading

Broadcom: 81% of companies are using more than one cloud automation solution

Eight-one percent of organizations today employ more than one cloud automation solution, according to a recent Broadcom survey. This practice leads to increased costs, complicates troubleshooting, and causes delivery delays. The survey asked IT, cloud, and deployment professionals at companies of all sizes representing all seniority levels were invited to participate in a survey on … continue reading

Three ways to avoid AI-related network performance problems

Artificial intelligence (AI) is upending almost every sector – from health care and education to manufacturing and retail. It’s even creeping into comedy. Ameca – billed as the ‘world’s most advanced humanoid robot,’ according to UK start-up Engineered Arts – recently attempted to tell a joke. The punchline is so poor that we will leave … continue reading

Don’t Let WAN Bandwidth Get in the Way of Your AI Initiatives

New technologies emerge like baggage at an airport carousel. Every so often, a new one pops out from under that rubber flap we all stare at as we wait for our luggage. Cloud, virtualization, software-defined networks. They’ve all been around the carousel.  One of the most recent to emerge is artificial intelligence (AI) and its … continue reading

8 reasons enterprise automation is vital to cloud strategy success

The cloud is fast becoming the platform of choice to power almost every enterprise application, and with good reason – the cloud offers significant benefits including flexibility, security, and low total cost of ownership. However, that success is not without its challenges. Moving on-premises systems to the cloud and digitally transforming key processes has a … continue reading

Apple announces multi-billion dollar partnership with Broadcom to advance 5G

Apple announced a long-term, multibillion-dollar partnership with Broadcom. This partnership will produce components for 5G radio frequencies and the latest wireless connectivity technology, with specific emphasis on FBAR filters created in cities like Fort Collins, Colorado – a site of a large Broadcom factory.  The investment is a continuation of Apple’s 2021 commitment to invest … continue reading

The App-Aware NOC: The imperatives, and how to make it happen

Fire drills and ensuing all-hands-on-deck calls are nothing new for IT operations teams. I can remember working on a site reliability engineering (SRE) team for a large, global enterprise in the shipping industry back in the late 1990s. Early on in my tenure there, an issue occurred that affected the public facing site. Initially, we … continue reading

Drive Your Network Operations Into the Future

Once taken for granted, the network has become the key connective tissue as organizations increasingly move workloads to the cloud and have employees that work from anywhere. While the network has become the lynchpin for delivering modern application experiences, traditional network operations teams have suffered from a loss of visibility and control as network elements … continue reading

3 Pillars for Success in Managing Today’s Hybrid Cloud IT Infrastructure

For IT operations teams, it’s not so much that the rules have changed. The game has changed.  It wasn’t that long ago that teams were able to employ some proven, long-standing tools and approaches and be effective in their work. Now those legacy approaches may present an increasing liability with each passing day.  In recent … continue reading

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