Why NVMe is Important for New Age Data Center Workloads?

Any enterprise using SSDs will get benefited from the application of NVMe protocol. NVMe based infrastructure will be ideal for use cases representing SQL/NoSQL databases, real-time analytics, high-performance computing (HPC). NVMe enables new applications for machine learning, IoT databases, and analytics; real-time
Why NVMe is Important for New Age Data Center Workloads?

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SIOC (Storage IO Controller)

Storage IO Controller is used to manage the IO on VM in an efficient way. We can consolidate our storage by using SIOC, It will allow more VMs which we can map on the datastore. Every VM disk has its own share of storage resource and using SIOC we can manage these shares. The VM has more share then more throughput and low latency.
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Machine Learning

From BigData to Machine Learning, from machine learning to insight of data. Yeah journey of machine learning development and adoption is much interesting then any other once. From past story of machine learning, it has renounce with much powerful effect this time. Machine learning is  just to ask machine to learn from previous data records.
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Trends and challenges in vCenter Plugin Development

  Trends in vCenter Plugin Development: In the virtualization world almost everyone has a fair idea of vCenter plugin. It plays a very important role in performing various operations by integrating the storage, virtualization and networking technologies under one single...
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Decoding the Magic of Python

In the world of computers, software development has been one of the most important aspects to create applications, automate processes and make the job of the end user as easy as possible. For example, consider an ATM machine. The software installed on the ATM machine helps the user to withdraw cash from a Bank account irrespective of the
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[Infographic] Docker Security: What You Need To Know?

While Docker is highly instrumental in facilitating developers, operators, enterprises and users to function smoothly, it is vital to ensure that their containers are firmly secured. To understand this notion in a better manner it is important to get acquainted with the overall scenario of Docker Security.
[Infographic] Docker Security: What You Need To Know?
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SNIA SDC 2018 – The Largest Storage Developer Conference in India

Calsoft, an ISV preferred product engineering services partner announced its participation as “SDC India Premier partner” at the Storage Developer Conference (SDC). Being a premier sponsor at SDC, Calsoft will showcase its unique capabilities in the areas of conventional Datacenter technologies and the new disruptive areas alike.
SNIA SDC 2018 – The Largest Storage Developer Conference in India
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Kubernetes: All You Need to Know!!!

Kubernetes is growing, kubernetes is gaining momentum and is de-facto orchestrator in cluster environment. There is lot of traction around using kubernetes for management in premise clusters as well as public clouds. This blog talks about the new jargons in kubernetes. There are 3 basic services exposed by kubernetes for accessing pods viz:
Kubernetes: All You Need to Know!!!

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NFV Concerns: VNF Performance Benchmarking & Analysis and Common Information Models (CIM)

This article focuses on challenges related to common information models, VNF performance monitoring, benchmarking; analysis and tools. We will also discuss about evaluation & selection of VNF lifecycle management vendor of NFV environment and use of Virtual Probe (vProbe) function for NFVi monitoring.
NFV Concerns: VNF Performance Benchmarking & Analysis and Common Information Models (CIM)

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Kubernetes and the Containers – A Look Under the Hood

​Kubernetes is a container orchestration engine that was originally designed by Google. (Google has been using it for 10 years) and is now maintained by Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). It has been used to run Google’s massive systems. Kubernetes is also described as a vendor-agnostic cluster and container ..
Kubernetes and the Containers – A Look Under the Hood

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