Applications and services are made up of more components and integrations today than they were just a few years ago. Coupled with a much more competitive business world, this complexity has changed everything for both development (Dev) and operations (Ops).
Dev is pressed to deliver more functionality, faster, focusing on small, incremental changes, using agile methodologies and tools such as continuous integration.
The Ops environment is much larger these days, with many more servers and services than ever before. The production environment, which used to be all physical, is now almost entirely virtualized, so that Ops can spin up servers in an instance. Ops are also managing many more resources today than ever before.View Whitepaper
Connectivity is now truly ubiquitous. All verticals, without exception, are converging on a future where productivity becomes universally data driven. The devices that will enable these intelligent and connected endpoints will be hugely diverse in their design but share many common features. This combination of uniformity and uniqueness is both an opportunity and a challenge for OEMs looking to leverage the massive IoT.
Learn how to move from proof-of-concept to as-a-service IoT deployment with IoTConnect on AWS. This whitepaper has the answ ...
Work patterns have changed forever and modern working, with people able to work from a variety of locations, is here to stay. Many of us have become used to working remotely and collaborating via video and instant messaging. We’ve remained productive, but perhaps at the cost of losing some of the natural, personal interactions that make working in a team so enjoyable. Occasional technical glitches can sometimes dampen the experience and the pressure to be always available can be overwhelming. ...
An Infographic brought to you by Tenable with research insights by IDC.
In this infographic, you will find:
• Proactive approach taken by Asia Pacific enterprises in their cybersecurity transformation initiatives
• Top areas where Asia Pacific organizations invest to bolster their cyber defenses
• Benefits of an exposure management platform
From enabling growth and launching new services to complying with changing regulations and working towards net zero, organisations have a plethora of business goals that must be met. But with limited budgets and resources, finding the most effective and efficient ways of achieving these objectives is vital and requires reliable best-fit technology.
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Cutting the cost of machines and software, whilst improving resilience against myriad cyber threats, ensures that your organisation is more robust and agile. It also benefits the balance sheet.
IBM’s Storage FlashSystem leverages the power of predictive analytics and cloud-based management and support to optimise storage infrastructures. It can cut costs as well as emissions because it uses technologies with a smaller carbon footprint. And because they’re intelligently designed and robustly manufactured, there’s much less need to replace kit ...