In the age of burgeoning data complexity and high-dimensional information, traditional databases often fall short when it comes to efficiently handling and extracting meaning from intricate datasets. Enter vector databases, a technological innovation that has emerged as a solution to the challenges posed by the ever-expanding landscape of data.
Migrating to the cloud has long been seen as a way for organizations to save money. The whole point of implementing this practice, after all, is to reduce operational costs. But these promised savings from migrating workloads to the cloud have failed to appear. In fact, many face the opposite problem: surging costs.
Protection of sensitive data has already been important in Europe but has become more important recently. In many sectors, like banking, insurance and healthcare, it has become a top priority. But also public sectors face organizational challenges to be able to comply with the latest legal regulations when it comes to the use of cloud technology.
Johanne tells a little about herself and her role at whitesky.cloud.
Companies have started leveraging advances in networking, algorithms and edge computing to run artificial-intelligence workloads outside of data centers and closer to where applications are being put to use.
SaaS companies overall rely on two main sources of growth and profitability, signing up new customers and upselling to existing customers. It seems this is slowly coming to a halt, like the Ocean Circulation. Endangering SaaS providers and their customers.
Private SaaS is a variation of SaaS where the provider runs the software within the customer’s network but takes responsibility for managing and securing it.
The costs for a SaaS company using cloud providers can vary widely based on factors such as the size of the company, the complexity of the application, the level of usage, and the specific services and resources needed. Below is a general breakdown of the types of costs when providing SaaS.
This article explains the differences between snapshots and backups, and which one is best for data protection.
Summer may be far away at home, but other parts of Europe were hit by extreme temperatures. As have parts of Asia and North America. Data centre service provider Vertiv shares seven pieces of advice for dealing with extreme heat in data centres.