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Monitoring Mondays: The Latest Surge Of Enterprise Tech

This weekly series will provide a recap of the most relevant news to come out of the tech world over the past week, with a specific focus on IT monitoring. It is easy to become immersed in your daily requirements as a sysadmin, but you don’t want to be that guy who is unaware of an important product release or company announcement that may change the way you do your job. With this in mind, it will be the goal of this series to arm you with ‘must know’ information so you can start your week off on the right foot knowing you are properly prepared. 

How enterprise architecture is evolving

The large quantity of enterprise tech is becoming hard to keep up with. And the way things are coming together, the surge of tech development is resulting in innovative opportunities. Enterprise architecture continues to evolve and InfoWorld published an interesting article on the four principles that are guiding the transformation

Big data and the enterprise

It's no secret that big data is increasingly redefining the enterprise. Many believe that it will emerge as a 'genuine currency' in the years ahead, but putting it to full use and achieving optimal results remains quite the challenge. This latest PwC CEO survey on CIOInsight provides insight on what business leaders are thinking and what organizations are doing to unlock data possibilities in areas such as mobility and cloud. 

Intel announces newest 24-core chip for high-performance computers

Intel continues to pump more horsepower in its chip by releasing a 24-core processor for high-performance computers. The Xeon processor E7-8890 v4 chip is part of the Xeon E7-8800 v4 family of chips that Intel announced recently. The 24-core chip will go into monster performer four- to eight-socket servers. A number of servers with the new chips could be pooled to create a powerful deep-learning cluster, which could result in more precise analysis from a plethora of data that will come in quite useful for sysadmins. 

How startups can attract and retain cloud talent 

Attracting and retaining cloud talent is becoming more and more essential to achieving IT success, especially for start-ups. As cloud adoption rises, employees skilled in cloud development and management are finding themselves as prized possessions in the job market. Courtesy of Network World, here are the top three differentiators startups can highlight to maximize their chances of securing employees with a strong cloud skill set. 


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