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  • NIL ExtraHop

    When Sniffer Meets Analytics and Big Data

    Author: Robert Turnšek

    When IT infrastructures evolve into complex systems full of legacy equipment and services, troubleshooting often turns into arcane magic or a game of whack-a-mole. Even identifying problems is a challenge, you can't always count on the staff to tell you an operation is slow. If you haven't thought about network sniffing and reporting tools as the tool which lets you harness the power of the assets you own, it's high time you do. Basically it turns unstructured network data into structured wire data, applies real-time analytics and delivers monitoring results you were after in the first place. Yes, it is that simple.

  • NIL blog Cloud Provider s

    So You Want To Become A Cloud Provider?

    Author: Robert Turnšek

    What’s not to love about the pay-as-you-go model of cloud computing? Your service price is distributed over a longer period of time, and your customers “repurchase” every month, rather than use a solution they purchased once for years. There are few downsides – except for the added cost of hosting. Once the hosting grows to the point where it becomes a significant cost, the idea of a private cloud sparks. “Why are we paying someone else instead of setting up our own cloud?” Before you act on it, I urge you to rethink the whole cloud computing business model.

  • We all work in marketig NIL Turnsek

    We All Work in Marketing

    Author: Robert Turnšek

    No matter what position you occupy in the company, most of the time you are part of some marketing process, even if you don’t realize it.

    I hear you – a technical guy explaining something about marketing?! Right. At least I will try to put some things into a different perspective. Here it goes – with the help of my own two practical examples.

  • Software Defined Data Center the VMware Way

    Software-Defined Data Center – the VMware Way

    Author: Robert Turnšek

    A modern software-defined data center relies heavily on virtualization technology. And VMware is one of the pioneers when it comes to virtualization as it helped reshape the whole data center industry a decade ago. Now the company is at it again – aiming for the cloud(s).

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