COVID-19 shifted the already rapid pace of digital transformation into a higher gear we didn’t even know existed. We’ve fully arrived in the Data Age, defined by interconnected data and digital technologies. Looking at 2021, Splunk experts prognosticate:
- Leading through crisis: What will separate inspirational success from failures of leadership?
- Strategic shifts: What one priority will guide leading organizations through existential crises?
- Digital transformation: Yes, technology. But how will your approach to talent define DX success?
Get these answers, and an overview of Splunk's Emerging Technology, Data Security and IT Operations reports, in this executive report.
Exoprise CloudReady makes it easy to monitor the availability, performance, and quality of the end to end infrastructure that delivers Audio / Video Conferencing (meetings) through systems like Zoom US. Many organizations utilize cloud-based conferencing to service Work from Home mandates, telecommuting or emergency communications.
With the shift to Software-as-a-Service and Cloud nearly complete, organizations can optimize their end user experience and network operations with the power of crowdsourcing. For decades, Internet-based sharing has improved the lives of billions. Now, companies can take advantage of sharing when it comes to protecting and optimizing the very the thing that connects us, the Internet!
Read this e-book to learn:
- What benefits come with hosting workloads in various public cloud infrastructures
- Key challenges multicloud environments have on IT and security teams
- What sorts of tools can best tackle multicloud monitoring
While on-premises deployments may still be the default for enterprise applications today, most everyone agrees that SaaS and Cloud are the future. The question from the CXO is no longer: “Should we consider putting this application in the cloud?” It is: “Why wouldn’t we?” These best practices collected by the experts at Exoprise will help you take control of your apps in the cloud while avoiding common pitfalls that can lead to extended outages and unhappy users.
Creating an API program that delights developers and grows digital business is a challenge. Today, APIs are at the heart of just about every major IT initiative, and their utility is only growing as market trends continue to shift and consumers demand more personalized access to their data through all of their connected devices. The seven parts of this success guide explain how companies can turn their APIs into a platform that effectively supports, manages, and enables apps and channels, delights developers, and grows business.
An agile culture for perpetual innovation and continuous delivery is what you need to provide customers with memorable interactions and noteworthy experiences. That’s where modern cloud architecture and automated processes come in: devops, microservices, scalable containers, and elastic cloud-computing resources. Check out this ebook for the top five reasons you should take the first step toward cloud-native capabilities today.
Learn how TIBCO Cloud™ Mashery® delivers market-leading full lifecycle API management capabilities for enterprises adopting cloud-native development and deployment practices, such as DevOps, Microservices, and Containers. Its rich set of capabilities includes API creation, productization, security, and analytics of your API program and community of developers. Now, the cloud-native enterprise has a platform to power their digitally-disruptive initiatives. TIBCO Cloud Mashery: The cloud-native API platform you can deploy anywhere, and manage APIs from everywhere.
Applications are moving to the Cloud, and most companies have some combination of cloud and on-premises applications. With more applications around, usually from different vendors, the need for integration has never been greater. New integration approaches have emerged, and today they coexist with other integration forms that have been around for years: point-to-point, ETL, SOA, EAI, and iPaaS. This paper explains these five common approaches to integration and the problems that each approach addresses.
Meeting the ever-changing needs of your business requires careful consideration. Enterprise messaging provides the digital nervous system connecting all parts of your business, and choosing the right messaging system is of critical importance. This whitepaper explores several commercial and open-source enterprise messaging options and sets out their pros, cons, and information about their complexity and cost of ownership to help you choose the type that best fits your requirements.
Digital business transformation allows companies to focus on the customer (and customer experience), increase the speed of delivering value to the market, and keep a tab on costs. This paper sets out a strategy for the traditional enterprise to quickly launch digital business capabilities and touches on key enablers for digital business.
Application container technology is revolutionizing app development, bringing previously unimagined flexibility and efficiency to the development process. A good monitoring solution is necessary for dynamic, container-based environments to unify container data with other infrastructure data — only then can you gain better contextualization and root cause analysis. This guide will define the importance and benefits of software container monitoring in container vendors today — like Docker, Kubernetes, RedHat OpenShift, and Amazon EKS. Learn what a typical and successful Kubernetes deployment looks like and how to effectively monitor its orchestration. Download your copy and learn:
- What containerization involves and how you can leverage it to gain an edge
- How to deploy Kubernetes for deploying, managing and scaling containerized applications
- How to effectively monitor containers
Artificial Intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) is adopted by organizations to deliver tangible Business Outcomes. These business outcomes have a direct impact on companies’ revenue and customer satisfaction.
A quarter-century of digital transformation has gotten us here: to the advent of the Data Age. From the introduction of email through to broadband, WiFi, cloud storage, SaaS and big data analytics, the pieces have been moving into place. Now, in the year 2020, we are at the cusp of something new. To thrive in this new age, every organization needs a complete view of its data — real-time insight, with the ability to take real-time action. Read the report to understand the competitive landscape and the four key recommendations for success in the Data Age.
Business services are a set of business activities delivered to an outside party, such as a customer or a partner. A business service is not simply the application that the end user sees – it is the entire chain that supports delivery of the service, including physical and virtualized servers, databases, middleware, storage and networks.
The Unrehearsed scenario (COVID-19 pandemic) has put the Cybersecurity Team with two immediate priorities. First to secure the remote workforce arrangements on an unprecedented scale now that organizations have told employees to Zero traveling and Zero gathering, and government officials in many places have advised or ordered their people to stay home as much as possible. Second is maintaining the Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability of consumer-facing network traffic as volumes spike.
The impact of COVID-19 has forced many around the world to rethink our daily lives and reconsider how the business around the globe will operate. The Pandemic has given birth to a new revolution.This is about more than just technology-driven change; it is an opportunity to help everyone, including leaders, policy-makers and people from all income groups and nations, to harness converging technologies in order to create an inclusive, human centered future.
During the past three months of the COVID-19 pandemic, the business world has grappled with the question of whether to or when to reopen offices. Companies in Europe, the Middle East and Asia are reopening offices based on declining rates of infection. We're seeing data that indicates a "productivity tax" due to on-going remote work:
- To what extent does continued remote work affect overall productivity?
- Which countries are leading the return to working in the office?
- Does a return to the office mean an increase or decrease in employee productivity?
As the weeks and months pass since the initial COVID-19 outbreak, the picture of our post-pandemic world becomes clearer. As a result, CIOs and IT teams are now addressing the following questions with a longer view:
- To what extent is remote employee productivity affected by application performance?
- Are remote employees working more? If so, is it because applications aren’t performing as well as employees expect?
- How much do companies need to invest in IT to ensure the same digital experience whether employees work in the office or at home?
This AIOps Evaluator's Guide breaks down the decision criteria into ten defined areas with key capabilities in each. It will provide a guideline for making an informed decision, and the means to communicate the comparison criteria. Download it today to learn:
- What AIOps is, and the key business benefits.
- How AIOps solves the complex challenges of providing service assurance for your digital business.
- Ten categories of requirements to evaluate AIOps solutions.
- How AIOps aligns with ITOps / DevOps continuous integration and delivery mandate to replace the old ways of building and managing software.
- Further resources for education and evaluation of AIOps.