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10GbE Ethernet Adapter Card

Now packaged together for operational simplicity, Stratus’ ftServer with Solarflare’s Flareon™Ultra dual-port 10G Ethernet SFP+ server adapter and OpenOnload, delivers unmatched message rates over standard Ethernet with low latency, jitter and CPU utilization, enabling the industry’s best performance and scalability for enterprise data center environments.

451 Research – How far are we from mainstream adoption of OpenStack?

Agatha Poon, 451 Research Global Cloud Computing Research Manager dives deep into the topic.

451 Research – How is Stratus positioned to take availability to the Cloud?

Agatha Poon, 451 Research Global Cloud Computing Research Manager dives deep into the topic.

451 Research – How would you describe the state of OpenStack today?

Agatha Poon, 451 Research Global Cloud Computing Research Manager dives deep into the topic.

451 Research – What are the main barriers that need to be addressed in order to move beyond test and devops?

Agatha Poon, 451 Research Global Cloud Computing Research Manager dives deep into the topic.

451 Research – What are the most cited reasons driving the move to the Cloud?

Agatha Poon, 451 Research Global Cloud Computing Research Manager dives deep into the topic.

451 Research – What impact does the Cloud have on an Enterprise and its culture?

Agatha Poon, 451 Research Global Cloud Computing Research Manager dives deep into the topic.

451 Research – What will the impact be of Stratus addressing the reliability of OpenStack at the infrastructure level?

Agatha Poon, 451 Research Global Cloud Computing Research Manager dives deep into the topic.

451 Research – Availability in a Software-Defined World

In this webinar, John Abbott from 451 Research, takes a high level look at current market trends in HA and where things are heading over the next few years. Jason Andersen from Stratus then discusses the components that make up Software-Defined Availability and why it goes beyond HA.

Achieving Availability and Resiliency in OpenStack Telco Networks

OpenStack has been selected as the cloud platform of choice by most Telcos for NFV. While OpenStack supports basic levels of availability it does not support service continuity and stateful fault tolerance. This is a major concern for the Telcos. By inserting a Virtualized Cloud Resilience Layer that transparently brings Telco reliability to any cloud application, Telcos can use OpenStack with the confidence that any application can be deployed with selectable levels of availability, including stateful fault tolerant with geo-redundancy, without required code changes.

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