Pete Bartolik

Pete Bartolik has researched and written about technology and vertical market segments for many years and has worked on many market research, writing and social media projects. He was news editor of the IT management publication, Computerworld, and a reporter for a daily newspaper.

Open Source Mindset Bolsters Hybrid Cloud Strategies

Hybrid Cloud Provides the Foundation for Edge Computing

Hybrid Cloud Provides the Foundation for Edge Computing

Over the next 3 years, enterprises will spend an average of 30% of their IT budgets on edge cloud computing, according to a 2019 report by Analysys Mason. And with good reason. Edge computing takes place at or near the physical...

Long Live VMs: Virtualization Adapts to the Hybrid Cloud Age

Long Live VMs: Virtualization Adapts to the Hybrid Cloud Age

Cloud-native applications represent the future. New development is shifting to containers, and increasingly to serverless – “the next leg of the cloud journey.” Despite this trend, many organizations have a huge investment in...

Increase Business Agility with Hybrid Cloud and Containers

Increase Business Agility with Hybrid Cloud and Containers

Rigid legacy IT infrastructure can prevent you from adjusting to change and also reduce the business value of IT. These complex environments often limit flexibility, speed, and scalability, resulting in slow application and...

Advanced Cluster Management for Your Hybrid Cloud

Advanced Cluster Management for Your Hybrid Cloud

Enterprises are increasingly adopting hybrid cloud technology built on open source software. Look no further than the explosive rise of Kubernetes container orchestration platforms, in use today at many large organizations to...

Red Hat: The Ideal Hybrid Cloud is an Open Source Environment

Red Hat: The Ideal Hybrid Cloud is an Open Source Environment

Full-scale public cloud migrations are a rarity. In fact, 63% of surveyed IT leaders say they have a hybrid cloud infrastructure, and half of the remainder plan to go there over the next two years. Not all workloads are suited for...

Forward Progress in the Work from Anywhere Era

Forward Progress in the Work from Anywhere Era

With some 46 million people moving to working from home full-time, organizations must provide a first-class “work from anywhere” experience.

Create a Digital Ecosystem for the Work From Anywhere Era

Create a Digital Ecosystem for the Work From Anywhere Era

IT can address remote end user frustrations and help desk shortfalls – but it requires new tools and capabilities.

COBOL Forms the Basis for Digital Transformation

COBOL Forms the Basis for Digital Transformation

COBOL is foundational technology that powers 70% of the worlds transaction processing systems. Forward-looking enterprises consider COBOL applications as essential and a strategic element of their digital transformation plans....

Network automation leads to improved organizational and team performance

Network automation leads to improved organizational and team performance

CIOs who prod their organizations to make greater progress in network automation can expect to realize improvements in both organizational performance and team performance, according to Juniper’s 2019 State of Network Automation...

Strategies for fostering greater network automation

Strategies for fostering greater network automation

With network automation correlating highly to achieving business agility, CIOs and other top IT executives may be struggling with how to get their organizations to pick up the pace. Juniper Network’s 2019 State of Network...

Business goal achievement tied to greater network automation

Business goal achievement tied to greater network automation

CIOs focused on business agility take note: There’s strong evidence that a key to success with this goal can be found in a greater emphasis on network automation. A recent survey of IT decision makers at U.S. companies with 250 or...

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