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Network management key for IoT

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Meanwhile, the narrow-band networks, data collection gateway appliances and analytics to make intelligent use of the data produced are all well understood. "Pulse IoT also provides a platform for vendors to talk to the devices and sensors on the network, for instance to push firmware upgrades out to them, or to manage them in other ways. The key to enabling this is NSX, which provides security across the whole network, from edge to cloud, Baguley adds. It will probably be a combination of traditional partners, IoT solution vendors and new partners, he says.


Why machine learning could be the next frontier for data center operations

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Speaking at VMworld Europe in Barcelona, Dr Wolfgang Krips, executive VP, Global Operations and GM, Amadeus IT Group - a technology vendor which supplies services to the airline industry - said the company is currently trialling the use of IBM's Watson artificial intelligence platform to monitor its data centre infrastructure. Amadeus runs a data centre with around 12,000 servers to support its business operations. VMware's chief technology officer of the EMEA region, Joe Baguley, said that the vendor - which provides software to manage data centre infrastructure - is also investigating how machine learning can benefit its customers. "As [data centres] reach scale and speeds we have not reached before, we get to the point where graphs of alerts aren't actually useful for humans to interpret in a fast enough time to maintain 100 percent availability.


Machine learning and automation set to transform data centre operations

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Speaking at VMworld Europe in Barcelona, Dr Wolfgang Krips, executive VP, Global Operations and GM, Amadeus IT Group - a technology vendor which supplies services to the airline industry - said the company is currently trialling the use of IBM's Watson artificial intelligence platform to monitor its data centre infrastructure. Amadeus runs a data centre with around 12,000 servers to support its business operations. VMware's chief technology officer of the EMEA region, Joe Baguley, said that the vendor - which provides software to manage data centre infrastructure - is also investigating how machine learning can benefit its customers. "As [data centres] reach scale and speeds we have not reached before, we get to the point where graphs of alerts aren't actually useful for humans to interpret in a fast enough time to maintain 100 percent availability.