This has had limited, but not widespread success. In parallel with hyperconverged and open-source based clouds, developers benefited from platform services PaaS that provided easy-to-use-and-consume frameworks to speed application development. This combined the infrastructure and developer tools to simplify the coding and code deployment experience.
Then public cloud began building momentum and showed the speed of innovation by creating a catalog of services beyond IaaS that developers could use to speed the cycle of writing new code, allow faster and more frequent deployments of that code, pool resources for efficiency, allow elasticity when needed, and easily architect and build environments through web interfaces.
Additionally, the standardization of these environments fostered more creative development tools that spawned efficiency and creativity and has led us to adopt many of the cloud-native development benefits we enjoy today. Public cloud vendors became the new de facto standard due to the significant early adoption of these platforms for greenfield environments and modern application development benefits.
They provided positive impacts of speed and agility for new business startups and new projects in large enterprises needing to get to market fast. In the last phase of this year view of change, containers have emerged front and center to both developers and operations. The open-source community, warehouse-style IT applications, and enterprise adoption of the container approach has fueled the rise of Kubernetes platforms on the mainstage.
We now see modern container platforms as engines to enable innovation and application development, and as a vehicle to modernize our legacy applications, step by step, in a safe, on-premises environment, or anywhere we choose — from edge to cloud.
For the last 5 years, HPE Pointnext has delivered solutions that support container adoption and container environments.
Today, we see a core set of seven use cases common to our clients. Within that same 5-year period, there was also a demonstrated increase in the number of organizations that want to adopt cloud-like consumption models for their on-premises systems. Feature articles, profiles, columns and how-tos on understanding and complying with requirements involving corporate IT. Customs Rattles the Supply Chain. The government wants you to secure your supply chain. Right now, its program is voluntary.
It won't stay that way for long. And the responsibility for collecting the data Uncle Sam wants is going to fall on—you guessed it—the CIO. Patchwork of Privacy Regulations.
The growing number of discrete privacy regs makes for confusion. We need to define our terms and create a framework all of U. From CSOonline. Compliance Spending on the Rise. Despite current uptake of regulatory compliance programs being low, a MarketShare survey commissioned by Serena Software, covering CIOs across Asia and Australia, showed that 75 percent of them ranked compliance as one of the top objectives for Building the Compliance Infrastructure.
Annual compliance audits don't cut it. Read time 2min 10sec. See also. Twitter icon. Evaluate the possible reasons for your patient's non- compliance -- if his or her family provides special attention because the patient is sick, they are creating a cycle that is difficult to stop. At a minimum, the situation could create compliance headaches for your company.
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