Published By: Red Hat
Published Date: Sep 09, 2018
This assessment shows that enterprises adopt Red Hat Fuse because they believe in a community-based open source approach to integration for modernizing their integration infrastructure that delivers strong ROI. For these organizations, Fuse was part of a larger digital transformation initiative and was also used to modernize integration.
IDC interviewed organizations using Fuse to integrate important business applications across their heterogeneous IT environments. These Red Hat customers reported that Fuse has enabled them to complete substantially more integrations at a higher quality level, thereby supporting their efforts to deliver timely and functional applications and digital services. Efficiencies in application integration with Fuse have generated significant value for study participants, which IDC quantifies at an average value of $75,453 per application integrated per year ($985,600 per organization). They have attained this value by: » Enabling more efficient and effectiv
The goal of this review is to educate customers on the capabilities that Cisco’s SD-WAN solution provides when working with Amazon Web Services (AWS). ESG describes Cisco’s solution and highlights the business value it can deliver to customers via its integration with AWS. ESG completed this summary as part of an AWS-commissioned report to review nine SD-WAN vendors. Readers should use this review as a starting point when investigating how they can leverage the combination of AWS and Cisco for business advantage.
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IDC recently interviewed organizations using Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP) to standardize and improve their application development efforts. These Red Hat customers praised JBoss EAP for providing a cost-effective solution that enables their standardization efforts and delivers real value and savings over legacy, proprietary solutions.
The ability to integrate systems and share data across the enterprise is a common datacenter need. The needs of an integration bus, the technology used for middleware-based integration, can varyin complexity, data volume, and required performance. Both Red Hat and MuleSoft offer multiple products that can help customers develop and deploy middleware integration solutions. This competitive overview compares Red Hat® JBoss® Fuse to Mule ESB Enterprise.
IDC analyzed the business value that six surveyed organizations are realizing through their use of Red Hat integration products based on interviews conducted from April to June 2014. Interviewees were from companies ranging in size from just hundreds of employees to several hundred thousand employees, with a mean employee base of just under 92,000. Companies interviewed included representatives from the telecommunications, IT, shipment and logistics, and document management industries. These organizations are headquartered in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Norway and several of them operate on a global scale. These organizations use JBoss Fuse for integration and development of business-critical internal and customer-facing applications
This competitive review between Red Hat and TIBCO integration technologies has presented multiple differences between the products.
A notable difference is that only Red Hat JBoss Fuse is a 100% open source product. Red Hat is committed to leveraging existing open source projects and using open standards whenever possible for both product implementation and integration communication. This includes Camel, the de-facto integration standard included with Red Hat JBoss Fuse. Red Hat’s open source commitment extends to Active MQ, the upstream messaging technology used with JBoss A-MQ and included with Red Hat JBoss Fuse.
Another difference is that Red Hat JBoss Fuse clustering is based on the upstream Fabric8 community project and offers much more functionality than TIBCO clustering options.
Manufacturing presents one of the largest opportunities for seizing the value of IoT integration — and among the fastest to adopt IoT solutions. Manufacturers see IoT as an improvement to help manage the large number of assets involved in manufacturing and to reduce the time it takes to make products.
Still, many wonder what value IoT can actually bring their business. This interactive eBook from IDC and Schneider Electric identifies the top reasons to invest in IoT, and how to ensure manufacturers get the most out of their investments.
Schneider Electric surveyed over 400 worldwide machine builders and factory end users in 2015. The questions they answered all centered around what their machines and plants would need to look like in 2020 if their businesses were to sustain growth and boost productivity. Their feedback has shaped (and will continue to shape) Schneider Electric digitized solution investments.
Key requirements identified included:
• Tools that could accommodate a younger, less skilled, and less experienced workforce
• A need for simpler integration through open software connectivity and more open field buses
• A need for whole lifecycle support of the products they purchase
Read this eBook to see answers to some of these identified key points from those surveyed.
"To be competitive today, you must deploy robust, innovative applications that meet your customers’ needs. Many times, those new apps depend on existing apps and data sources to function. The success of your apps—not to mention your ability to compete—depends on your ability to integrate new services with old systems and technologies.
By integrating with Red Hat Fuse, these organizations achieved:
- An average three-year ROI of 520%.
- A payback time of six months.
- 5.5x more apps integrated per year.
- 31% better app performance.
Download the IDC whitepaper to learn more, and see how Red Hat Fuse can make your apps more efficient and productive."
How to move fast, delight customers, and continually innovate to thrive in today’s economy.
APIs are much more than system integration technology. They are strategic assets that give companies the ability to adapt to changing customer needs and build breakthrough digital experiences.
Google’s new eBook, The API Product Mindset, explains why leading companies now manage APIs as full-cycle products rather than one-time IT projects. Learn how to build a customer obsessed API team that delivers world-class developer experiences and ensures your APIs have enduring business value.
Read case studies about how AccuWeather and Pitney Bowes have transformed their businesses with an API product mindset and learn from technology leaders at Magazine Luiza, Telestra and West Corp.
? Learn why APIs are how business gets done in today’s economy
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? Discover why a product mindset is critical to business acceleration
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This spotlight report examines:
• How Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) or Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) are key enablers of data management and Digital Transformation. Companies can combine many other opportunities with manufacturing operations in a digital journey.
• Product lifecycle management (PLM) as a high-value discipline to pair with MOM in discrete manufacturing, and the value of digital continuity across engineering, manufacturing operations, and supply chain.
• A robust integration of MOM and PLM technologies and the advent of the Digital Twin (a virtual copy of the product and how it's made) to demonstrate maturity in Smart Manufacturing and the ability to make smart products in smart factories.
The IIoT has opened up a world of opportunity for manufacturers. Take advantage of it.
The real value of i4.0 comes from the integration of automation, data, analytics, manufacturing and products in a way that unlocks new business and operating models. Are you ready for the next industrial revolution?
Read this report to find out:
• why deep pockets alone won’t ensure i4.0 success
• how to scale up projects and capabilities to drive enterprise-level value
• what capabilities, controls and culture are required to support i4.0 success
• how to unlock value by integrating smart processes and smart products
• how to bring suppliers and value chain players into the i4.0 environment.
Are you feeling the pressure to meet FDA guidelines on Quality by Design (QbD) principals for Process Validation?
Existing manufacturing, LIMS, ERP and document management tools are lacking integration and on demand view of your processes. They have hidden costs, risks and create delays to scalable product manufacturing and revenue.
Since the FDA is demanding scientific arguments to support process and product development activies and a lifecyle approach, consider the value of a purpose built app for Process Validation.
This new class of APP will bring your products to market faster and lower the risk of costly delays.
Download the Primer to learn more.
Published By: Teradata
Published Date: Feb 04, 2015
How can the 21st century CMO create a cohesive, creative and streamlined marketing department that delivers a better product and message to the customer, leading to an ideal customer experience? This report aims to be a blueprint—a roadmap even—for CMOs who want to build better-integrated marketing teams, increase customer engagement and turn bigger profits, but who find that silos are a persistent, nagging barrier.
While Oracle Hyperion remains a market leader in EPM software, that role comes with a hefty price tag and poses some hidden risks that have companies that use it re-evaluating their planning, budgeting, and consolidation needs. Whether used individually or together as an EPM suite, Hyperion Financial Management (HFM) and Hyperion Planning burden finance departments with a high cost of ownership, from server costs and consultants to dealing with the complex integration between products and the different interfaces.
As Oracle Hyperion users start to evaluate the cloud, they need to be aware of how benefits of the cloud-based EPM solution compare to on-premises software. We’ve compiled this information to a) help you better understand the full costs and potential risks associated with Oracle Hyperion and b) offer guidance as you evaluate cloud-based options.
Security Innovation Alliance Partners have integrated, tested, and certified their security solutions to work with McAfee Enterprise Security Manager. We have collaborated with our partners to simplify the integration of these products in even the most complex customer environments. This provides a truly connected security ecosystem that optimizes the value of your existing investments, improves efficiency, maximizes protection, and reduces operational costs.
Published By: MuleSoft
Published Date: Jan 16, 2018
83% of insurance CEOs say they are "concerned" about the speed of technological change in the marketplace. This need for speed within the insurance market is creating a need for an "insurance as a platform" model in order to integrate systems and partners. An integration platform will be the key to delighting customers, launching new and richer products, partnering with third parties such as InsurTech, and ultimately growing revenue.
Read this whitepaper to understand:
How packaging your insurance organization as a series of discrete capabilities will achieve revenue growth
Why adopting an API-led approach to connectivity will quickly achieve this ‘insurance as a platform’ model
How you can get started on an insurance integration platform today
Kirk Davis, Information Security Director, Vidant Health, says that the integration of McAfee threat management products allows his business to protect and remediate against threats while focusing on the business.
Published By: Symantec
Published Date: Jul 11, 2017
In the fast moving web environment, where hackers frequently
change their tactics, a defense-in-depth strategy of deploying the
ProxySG in conjunction with an NGFW is essential for providing
optimal protection. The ProxySG is engineered to withstand
evasion techniques, making it a perfect complement to your NGFW. Its leading web-proxy technology identifies and blocks malicious web content, and its open architecture allows integration with best-of-breed products for an enhanced security posture.
These top 10 advantages represent just a few of the reasons why
SWG and NGFW technologies are complementary in nature and
why enterprises should implement them together for a layered
defense against advanced attacks and targeted threats.
Published By: Wheelhouse
Published Date: Aug 13, 2013
The key to understanding the evolving role of VoIP is recognizing that it’s a lot more than just another method for making voice calls. Buying VoIP means more than simply replacing your existing phone system with a functionally identical one running over an IP network. In fact, the underlying IP technology makes possible great advances in the convenience and capabilities of phone systems. Most important of these is that it allows the integration of voice calling with multiple other methods of communication. Both sellers and buyers of VoIP products that build their strategies around this reality will fare best.
Leveraging HP breadth to increase security, lower risk, increase efficiency: Find out how CapitalOne has improved compliance, lowered risk, eliminated bottlenecks, reduced cost, and moved from silos to integration by leveraging the HP Software portfolio. Headquartered in McLean, Virginia, Capital One offers a broad array of financial products and services to consumers, small businesses and commercial clients in the U.S., Canada and the UK.
The web content management market is growing based on customer experience management needs, including multichannel delivery, content targeting, analytics, and integration with other technologies. Read on to learn about the best in class CXM products.
Service-centric cloud ERP solutions have matured and are increasingly being adopted by midsize and large organizations.
Many vendors offer service-centric cloud ERP, but their suitability varies by organization size, geographic presence and industry.
An emerging competitive differentiator is vendors' delivery of "packaged" integration, which enables customers to loosely couple their cloud ERP products with professional services administration (PSA), CRM and other vertical-specific applications.
Cloud-based service-centric solutions now offer feature-parity with, and the same functional depth as, established on-premises solutions.