all lower bets are off. 8x8 is positioned with 8x8 solutions and international data centers and partners....equinix partnership and global enterprise like regus/ge/netsuite/......what did pritzker say in the interview? soon for the data transfer deal between parties... and btw. would she want to run for vp or even president of dems?
interesting....add ppapi for goog and w10.
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A distributed operating system is a software over a collection of independent, networked, communicating, and physically separate computational nodes. Each individual node holds a specific software subset of the global aggregate operating system. Each subset is a composite of two distinct service provisioners. The first is a ubiquitous minimal kernel, or microkernel, that directly controls that node’s hardware. Second is a higher-level collection of system management components that coordinate the node's individual and collaborative activities. These components abstract microkernel functions and support user applications.
The microkernel and the management components collection work together. They support the system’s goal of integrating multiple resources and processing functionality into an efficient and stable system. This seamless integration of individual nodes into a global system is referred to as transparency, or single system image; describing the illusion provided to users of the global system’s appearance as a single computational entity.
google poof.....etc. separation of the 'data' into discrete parts? archived to allow reassembly or getting the needed parts. and/or data held by impartial 3rd parties/ virtual trunking to anonymized addresses, the true identity only known from the anonymizing server( vcsy/8x8/emPath wags)
pure datastorae/pure xml/ local database only transfers the data needed/ the archival parts on demand as released by third party? would they need emPath admin to ensure the authorization protocols are met? wags.
like ibm pure systems/xml? sammie with terabyte flash...enough for your home'computer'?
your home pc or a dell managed host with vmware and access via any of your devices? your host has to get authorization from your service provider/app company to do any admin stuff, including a reboot? adding users? priv's.....
just services? while the data is in possession of third parties or your home pc?
maybe some 744/ mle in the discussions?
AT&T is getting out of the managed hosting business, shifting those workloads to the IBM Cloud portfolio. This is the latest example of a telecom provider struggling to figure out how to monetize cloud and managed services.
Under terms of a deal announced today:
IBM will deliver the managed applications and managed hosting services that AT&T previously provided.
AT&T will continue to provide networking services including security, cloud networking and mobility that it provides today.
The two companies say they will “work closely to innovate and deliver a full suite of integrated solutions to customers.”
google chrome books with cloud containers/ p2p? google fi to make it less expensive ,mobile fi from old phone booths...so see att/vz connection. afterall wifi is p2p? 8x8 virtual contact center with 'top of the rack' packet routing....vz and lu in jv, imerge...wherein bellsouth now part of att was biggest non jv buyer of imerge......coincidence? lol/chrome books using android for the 'internet' connections. virtual trunking/overthe top networks.......containers and android standards allow ease of use/plug and play/ excellent for the ed/gov/aging pops/etc anywhere/anything that can be done digitally.
a year or so could add some time for other treatment/s...you cut/you remove the nerves/blood supply/normal environment and potential communications pathways....areas of treatment/s to be explored. and before you say hogwash, this is the nvcr board.
Provides mainframe governance and a single, management view of virtualized system resources across the IBM z Systems™ hybrid environment
Provides interfaces that can allow service automation management tools to have a portal for discovery, monitoring and provisioning of heterogeneous resources
Reduces complexity in installation, implementation, integration and maintenance of system resources
All enterprise IT infrastructures today consist of multiple platforms to host the individual components of an end-to-end workload or business process. These platforms are connected but are often not well integrated, flexible, or aligned efficiently to customer service level objectives. The z Systems changes all that. The system delivers end-to-end platform integration and resource optimization with the IBM z Unified Resource Manager (zManager). zManager delivers an integrated management fabric that brings consistent, automated and reliable service delivery with a single system view.
Use of zManager brings mainframe governance to the multi-platform environment. It offers automatic sensing and definition of new resources, patch management, dynamic defines, repair verification and monitoring. These capabilities help the installation to make good use of its resources and maintain the highest possible throughput. Best of all, zManager introduces “workload context” that can be used to identify and optimize the physical and virtual system resources, that support an application, for performance and availability. This allows the zManager to have workload awareness—the ability to inspect, report, and manage all connected resources, used in the service of the defined workload.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
might be an old reunion of sorts. wags.
computer human interface guys from vtec.