"IT departments have to manage an infrastructure
“duality” — the ability to deploy and manage two sets of applications, each with vastly diverse
infrastructure requirements and service-level objectives. IDC found that by implementing next-generation apps on infrastructure designed for current-generation apps, such businesses
risk putting their DX initiatives in jeopardy. HPE Synergy take key benefits of converged and hyperconverged infrastructure to the next level
by operating on fluid (composable) compute, networking, and storage resource pools and are
optimized for operations as well as applications. "
10-page white paper on disrupting technologies: Read this paper to learn about technologies that are disrupting how business is conducted— and how they impact and are impacted by your data center infrastructure. We define the ideal IT environment, and present ways to achieve it with flexible, composable infrastructure.
Discover how the new Nimble Storage Secondary Flash array and Veeam Availability Suite™ software empowers organizations to improve data availability, while increasing IT agility and infrastructure ROI.
A number of high-profile security breaches over the last two years have highlighted the damage that a rogue systems administrator or stolen privileged credentials can cause. Today, fewer than half of all business organizations have deployed the type of privileged identity management (PIM) solution that could help improve the situation.
This Ovum Decision Matrix (ODM) provides an in-depth view of the leading PIM solutions that are available to deal with these issues. It compares their technology, the market position each vendor has achieved, their ability to execute, and the overall maturity of each offering.
Published By: Veritas
Published Date: Jan 03, 2019
The digital business continues to evolve. Investments in data analytics projects lead the way while traditional, proprietary infrastructures are being disrupted by cloud, open source and hyperconverged paradigms. These changes are forcing IT leaders to contend with greater workload diversity in the midst of tightening budgets. And while the workload [or] IT landscape is changing, the need for reliable data protection remains as crucial as ever to protect against, data corruption, human error, and malicious threats such as ransomware. Learn how Veritas can help you navigate through these obstacles. Join us to hear experts from ESG and Veritas discuss how the right data protection solution today can prepare you for tomorrow's business demands.
You will learn:
The key trends that are driving change in the digital business
The most common causes of data loss in tomorrow’s multi-cloud data centers
How to protect an increasingly diverse environment with minimal operational overhead
Virtualization is helping organizations like yours utilize data center hardware infrastructure more effectively, leading to a reduction in costs and improvements in operational efficiencies. In many cases, virtualization initiatives begin internally, with your own hardware and networking infrastructure augmented by tools like VMware® or Linux® KVM and OpenStack® to help manage your virtualized environment. Often referred to as private cloud, these projects are fueling significant expansion into what can be referred to as the public cloud.
Agility creates more opportunities for new business and stronger bottom lines. Research from more than a half-dozen experts supports it all.
What makes Uber’s and Airbnb’s network infrastructures unique
The top factor shaping network strategies today
Research from industry experts including Gartner and McKinsey
Data is only as good as the insights it produces, the actions it influences, and the results it fosters. That’s the secret recipe for data management. Your business stakeholders depend on data-based insights to drive decisions and priorities throughout the organization. Insights based on sound data practices can give your business a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Is your data management system ready to support your business?
Find out using Forrester’s Data Management Infrastructure Self-Assessment Tool. IBM has licensed this tool to help you identify the areas of strength and opportunities for improvement.
Essentials for your organization’s first MDM deployment.
IBM’s security platform provides the security intelligence to help organizations holistically protect their people, data, applications and infrastructure. IBM offers solutions for identity and access management, security information and event management, database security, application development, risk management, endpoint management, next-generation intrusion protection and more. IBM operates one of the world’s broadest security research and development, and delivery organizations.
This white paper examines how some of the ways organizations
use big data make their infrastructures vulnerable to attack. It
presents recommended best practices organizations can adopt
to help make their infrastructures and operations more secure.
And it discusses how adding advanced security software solutions
from IBM to their big-data environment can fill gaps that
big-data platforms by themselves do not address. It describes
how IBM® Security Guardium®, an end-to- end solution for
regulatory compliance and comprehensive data security, supports
entitlement reporting; user-access and activity monitoring;
advanced risk analytics and real-time threat detection analytics;
alerting, blocking, encryption and other data protection capabilities,
as well as automated compliance workflows and reporting
capabilities, to stop threats.
Confidence in the cloud is growing—and more companies than ever are looking to entrust their content management to a solution that is deployed in the cloud.
A new survey conducted by IDG Research explores the rapidly expanding trend of companies moving their critical content and data storage to the cloud. Download the report to discover what your industry peers are saying about the cloud today and how, in the next year, everything could change.
This document is targeted at networking and virtualization architects interested in deploying VMware NSX network virtualization in a multi-hypervisor environment based on the integrated solution from VMware and Juniper.
VMware’s Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) vision leverages core data center virtualization technologies to transform data center economics and business agility through automation and non disruptive deployment that embraces and extends existing compute, network and storage infrastructure investments. NSX is the component providing the networking virtualization pillar of this vision. As a platform, NSX provides partners the capability of integrating their solution and build on the top of the existing functionalities. NSX enables an agile overlay infrastructure for public and private cloud environments leveraging Juniper’s robust and resilient underlay infrastructure that also helps bridge the physical and virtual worlds using the L2 gateway functionality.
The ongoing success of 7ticks depends on having an IT infrastructure that adapts and scales to unforgiving reliability, performance, and transparency requirements. To support the torrid growth of data, 7ticks needed to expand the IP/MPLS network connecting its data centers to 40 Gbps—and have an immediate path to 100 Gbps and beyond. Within its data centers, 7ticks needed network and security solutions that would keep pace—and would simplify service management and support automation.
“Our biggest challenge is performance at scale,” says Scott Caudell, founder of the 7ticks business and vice president of IT infrastructure at Interactive Data. “IT is our business. The 7ticks infrastructure helps customers get a lower time to market and faster execution speeds at a cost that’s sustainable for their businesses.”
Deep learning opens up new worlds of possibility in artifi cial intelligence, enabled by advances in computational capacity, the explosion in data, and the advent of deep neural networks. But data is evolving quickly and legacy storage systems are not keeping up. Advanced AI applications require a modern all-fl ash storage infrastructure that is built specifi cally to work with high-powered analytics.
Deep learning opens up new worlds of possibility in artificial intelligence within the Financial Services industry, enabled by advances in computational capacity, the explosion in data, and the advent of deep neural networks. But data is evolving quickly and legacy storage systems are not keeping up. Advanced AI applications require a modern all-flash storage infrastructure that is built specifically to work with high-powered analytics.
These are interesting and challenging times to be in business. Digital forces, such as the cloud, big data, mobility, and mobile apps, are disrupting tried-and-true business models, as well as entire industries.
These transformational advances are producing complexity, while workers are demanding simplicity. They require centralized infrastructures to keep information safe, even as agility and flexibility rule the day.
Effectively using and managing information has become critical to driving growth in areas such as pursuing new business opportunities, attracting and retaining customers, and streamlining operations. In the era of big data, you must accommodate a rapidly increasing volume, variety and velocity of data while extracting actionable business insight from that data, faster than ever before.
These needs create a daunting array of workload challenges and place tremendous demands on your underlying IT infrastructure and database systems. This e-book presents six reasons why you should consider a database change, including opinions from industry analysts and real-world customer experiences. Read on to learn more.
Rapid data growth and inefficient data protection systems cause many organizations to spend money in ways they'd rather not. Learn 10 ways that IBM data protection solutions can help organizations modernize infrastructure and save money - freeing up funds to invest in new ideas.
Why is messaging so essential to your success in the emerging cloud environment? Because it provides data resilience, performance and simplicity across your IT infrastructure. This holds particularly true in systems that span multiple environments and in organizations where certain components may not always be available.
Read this white paper to learn two of the most common ways organizations consume messaging in the cloud:
Deploy a software messaging system into a cloud environment.
Use a managed messaging service operated by a cloud provider.
Leave unwieldy infrastructure behind and get cloud-ready with Oracle Exadata. If you’re finding that on-premises IT infrastructure complexity is holding you back, it’s time to streamline and simplify. Find out more about our family of purpose-built Oracle systems that can help you consolidate infrastructure and get the performance your business needs. You’ll be ready to make the most of cloud benefits, when the time’s right for you.
In this inforgraphic, we are going to show you the possibilities with modernised, optimized data infrastructure. In doing so, we aim to bring you ideas about how you can bring your own data-driven business vision to life, focusing on the outcomes that matter most to you.
In essence, we will be discussing five main industries and the possibilities for modernized data infrastructure. We will be displaying how Banking and Financial Services, Telecommunications, manufacturing, healthcare and retail can use data, analytics and automation to optimize their business, therefore bringing about a competitive edge which previous appeared unimaginable. Using data correctly, most importantly building proper data infrastructures, can be the driving force behind obtaining a competitive edge.
Data is your story. And it’s our story, too.