In the era of always-on business, enterprises need reliable, secure and consistently fast access at all times. Overlay that with the reality of how organizations combine on-premises systems with cloud-based solutions, and it's clear that a robust, agile and flexible database platform is mandatory.
In this era of digital transformation, business and IT leaders across all industries are looking for ways to easily and cost-effectively unlock the value of enterprise data and use it to deliver new customer experiences while fueling business growth. The digital economy is changing the way organizations gather information, gain insights, reinvent their businesses and innovate both quickly and iteratively.
IBM's recently released DB2 version 11.1 for Linux, Unix and Windows (LUW) is a hybrid database that IBM says can handle transactional and analytic workloads thanks to its BLU Acceleration technology, which features an in-memory column store for analytical workloads that can scale across a massively parallel cluster.
In this presentation, we will go over general applicability for public vs. private cloud, reasons for dedicated service in either environment, and whether or not a managed service is right for you.
Watch this on-demand webinar for a look at in-memory databases and better understand the advantages of in-memory vs. disk-based technology.
The effort it takes to get an application from development to production can be a long and painful process, but it doesn't have to be. Proper release management practices can ease the pain in deployment processes and get the applications deployed quickly and successfully. Read this paper to learn how proper release management practices and tools can help you deploy applications successfully and continuously!
This book is intended to help you understand the importance of application performance management (APM) to enable a smooth DevOps working culture. In this world, software development professionals have to collaborate closely with those professionals in IT operations and lines of business, so applications are written in context with the variety of deployment models, including hybrid cloud and mobile environments.
Would you like to test smarter but aren't sure how? Maybe you need to "shift left" or move testing earlier and more often in the lifecycle. This paper outlines how to test the riskiest elements early and continuously so development gets early, iterative feedback on code quality. Shifting left results in fewer problems found late in the lifecycle where they are more expensive to fix.
Security teams looking to extend their network perimeter defenses with an attack and breach detection capability are discovering that a hosted SIEM gets them up and running faster.