With all the internal grumblings over the direction of development within the confines of the Redwood giant, is it possible that Silverlight it going to see its last days? Even with all the add-ons and upgrades, Windows is still basically the same Windows NT product that we all grew up with, built on C and C++, so what is the final direction?
.NET, WPF, HTLM 5, Silverlight. Does Microsoft even know where its headed?
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Whether you're planning your cloud migration strategy or already in the cloud, making accurate cloud decisions requires a deep analytical approach. This paper discusses the main objectives to achieve, top questions to ask, and the analytics you need at each stage of your cloud journey. You'll learn:
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Today's enterprise datacenter can be one of the most complex business environments with dozens (for smaller business), hundreds (for larger and midsize business), even thousands (for hyperscale businesses) of servers that must be managed and monitored. At this level, just managing the cords can be challenging — let alone keeping up with the growing need for more agility and scalability within the datacenter. Simply put, companies are aggressively looking for less complexity and more agility from their …