3D XPoint is a storage technology that was jointly developed by Micron Technology and Intel. 3D XPoint utilizes a unique architecture from current flash storage offerings. Micron and Intel claim the technology is up to 1,000 faster than NAND flash and will claim a place in the storage market between NAND flash and DRAM.
Business process outsourcing (BPO) makes use of third-party service providers by transferring nonessential business functions outside of the organization. Companies use BPO for tasks like payroll, human resources and accounting.
Innovation management software, a subset of enterprise collaboration software, helps company digitally manage the generation, collection and evaluation and launch of new ideas from internal employees and external sources.
Hadoop as a service provides organizations with big data analytics capabilities that are deployed and managed through a third party. This lets organizations without in-house expertise use the complicated Hadoop framework to gain insight into their data.
The Distributed Execution Manager is a VMware vCloud Automation Center tool that executes the business logic of custom models. Each DEM instance performs one of two roles, Worker or Orchestrator, to create and monitor workflows.
Cloud backup vendor Carbonite Inc. offers a variety of personal and business backup and data protection plans. Its acquisition of Seagate Technology's EVault cloud backup and DRaaS offerings has expanded the vendor's reach to small enterprises.
Serverless computing does not eliminate servers, but instead seeks to emphasize the idea that computing resource considerations can be moved into the background during the design process. The term is often associated with the NoOps movement.
GitHub is a Web-based revision control hosting service for software development and code sharing. GitHub was started in 2008 and was founded on Git, an open-source code management system built created by Linus Torvalds to make software builds faster.