Application platform vendors need to target developers with messaging and programs.
SAP is aiming for a broader developer audience via its new MADP partner program.
Middleware vendors realize that enterprise developers are at the center of a company’s decision making process in today’s innovation-centric organizations; therefore, they are tailoring messaging directly to the source. Developers are driving more of the architectural and business-oriented decisions in the enterprise. They’re not just a sweatshop pumping out code, but a vibrant brain trust capable of some serious innovation and thought leadership. Continue reading “Vendors Target Programs at Powerful Developer Brain Trust”→
Verizon, Interoute, euNetworks, Colt, TSIC, and others, are examples of service providers that have lit fibre assets with 100 Gbps bandwidth and Ethernet at the core transport layer
Video, mobility, cloud-based computing and storage, and rapidly growing SaaS take-up are pushing the need for high-capacity service
There is an on-going performance versus cost challenge for buyers of high-speed service to consider
The desire for faster Internet does not have a ceiling, because it is linked to human impatience, which is limitless. From the perspective of business applications, bandwidth growth is driven by cloud storage, SaaS, enterprise mobility, high-powered cloud computing, and business video. To date, 100 Gbps Ethernet, optical transport, and DWDM wavelength announcements have largely been coming from the equipment manufacturer’s camp; but this is changing as more and more service providers start to expound upon the virtues of recently launched long haul 100G circuits as well as early readiness for 400G service.