Enterprises are increasingly moving the infrastructure that supports their applications, websites and services to the cloud in order to meet business goals and objectives. This online migration includes their database environment.
This article is designed to help business decision makers understand some of the core challenges and opportunities afforded by cloud database technology. The goal is to help you make more informed decisions and avoid costly mistakes as you develop and execute your cloud strategy
Confusion over security “in” the cloud versus security “of” the cloud is common. It gets even more confusing when you’re using more than one cloud. Here’s what you need to know to secure your operations and assets in the multi-cloud.
Read on this article on multi-cloud security and learn:
Why multi-cloud environments are now the norm.
How to manage security in a multi-cloud environment.
The benefits of a cloud access security broker (CASB).
Organizations seeking speed, scalability, and reduced costs are moving applications and data out of their on-premises environments and into private and public clouds. Say goodbye to Shadow IT, compromised accounts, and misconfigured settings. And say hello to better cloud security, now. You can secure SaaS apps in the cloud, public and hybrid clouds hosting infrastructure, employees, and branches accessing the cloud and internet from anywhere, easily and effectively with Cisco.
Keeping track of the resources you are investing in is just one of many important considerations when you become cloud native. Finding the IT budget to drive new business initiatives can be a challenge. Similarly, knowing the appropriate IT spend for your business and how to optimize it is an issue all its own. This article is to help with some of those pain points. With our six steps to cost optimization on the AWS Cloud, you’ll learn how to improve your infrastructure and also free up budgets to drive innovation and move your business forward.
Applications are critical to turn your business and digital business transformation is changing they way they are built, deployed and managed. Today, your applications don’t just live in the data center, they’re in the cloud and in DevOps environments too. This makes it critical for you to select a modernized ADC to meet the demands of the new world of application delivery and digital transformation.
Talend is a leading data integration and data management solution provider for data-driven companies. As an Advanced Technology Partner in the Amazon Web Services Partner Network, Talend provides fast development of Big Data, real-time analytics and ETL projects on Amazon Web Services, empowering companies to solve modern integration challenges by connecting business-critical data and applications from on-premises systems, cloud applications, web, social, and mobile apps in days at a predictable price.
Dramatically improve website performance through our web optimization features. Organizations rely on mission-critical Internet applications to do business every day. Achieving the right security posture, without sacrificing performance, is a challenge. Winning applications require best-in-class performance to give users an unparalleled experience that’s fast, secure, mobile, and always-on.
Backup is not a new idea, it’s one of those functions that has been around almost forever. But, technologies as familiar as backup continue moving forward, and if you don’t take the time to rethink your assumptions periodically, you could miss out on a better, easier, faster, and less expensive way to get the job done. Maybe a better option exists now that wasn’t on the table when you bought your current backup product. Maybe some of the things you think you simply have to live with aren’t really necessary anymore. Read more in this article, which covers how to break free from hardware hassles with today’s new backup realities and take a look at these four backup assumptions and the realities behind them:
Need an application server to host backup application.
Need local storage devices to hold all backups.
A proprietary appliance is easy for remote offices or customer locations.
Backup to the cloud makes things more complicated.