The enterprise data warehouse (EDW) has been at the cornerstone of enterprise data strategies for over 20 years. EDW systems have traditionally been built on relatively costly hardware infrastructures. But ever-growing data volume and increasingly complex processing have raised the cost of EDW software and hardware licenses while impacting the performance needed for analytic insights. Organizations can now use EDW offloading and optimization techniques to reduce costs of storing, processing and analyzing large volumes of data.
This paper can help you achieve successful legacy modernization projects. It presents practical steps for starting application modernization projects and describes the benefits of three high payback strategies. It also reviews the criteria for evaluating a variety of modernization tools.
A Technology Adoption Profile based on a custom survey of 102 North American and European enterprise IT decision-makers with knowledge of their company’s performance and capacity management capabilities.
Published By: Dell EMC
Published Date: Aug 06, 2018
When buying a workstation, price-performance matters. But it’s not the only
consideration. Also important is aligning features and capabilities with user
applications and workloads. So are system optimization, expandability and
support. While many buyers — especially in graphics, video and multimedia
fields — might consider Apple’s iMac, iMac Pro and MacBook Pro models
best suited to their needs, they may be selling themselves short in many
ways. This paper provides a checklist for buyers to compare Apple’s newest
high-end offerings with the latest Dell Precision workstations.
Published By: Dell EMC
Published Date: Aug 17, 2017
Databases are often the driving force behind a company’s
mission-critical work. They power online stores, confidential
records, and customer management systems, so a solution that
sustains high levels of database work can be a big advantage as
your company grows.
We found that the Dell EMC™ VxRail™ P470F hyperconverged
system with VMware® vSAN™ could allow you to do more
database work than the HPE Hyper Converged 380 (HC 380) with
StoreVirtual VSA. The four-node Dell EMC solution processed
more orders with faster response times, so more users can fulfill
requests quicker—whether they’re placing orders in a store,
accessing databases of client info, or adding to company records.
In The Top Technologies to Cure Mobile Performance, Forrester’s Mark Grannan elaborates on this reality and explains how firms can tackle the device, bandwidth, and location challenges to appeal to a users perception of performance.
In this paper, Mark explains:
Why a Delivery Tier is Necessary
Why Perception of Performance is the Key Metric of Mobile Success
How User Context Steers Performance Optimization
Whether to Build or Buy Delivery Capabilities
Why the Delivery Tier Alone is Not Enough to Improve Performance.
Published By: Dell EMC
Published Date: Feb 14, 2019
When buying a workstation, price-performance matters. But it’s not the only consideration. Also important is aligning features and capabilities with user applications and workloads. So are system optimization, expandability and support. While many buyers — especially in graphics, video and multimedia fields — might consider Apple’s iMac, iMac Pro and MacBook Pro models best suited to their needs, they may be selling themselves short in many ways. This paper provides a checklist for buyers to compare Apple’s newest high-end offerings with the latest Dell Precision wokstations.
Download this guide from Dell and Intel® to learn more.
Intel Inside®. Powerful Productivity Outside.
The close is the most critical step of every sale, but long, drawn-out processes can cause deals to fall through. Top-performing sales teams use e-signatures to close deals quick and speed time to revenue.
Published By: Brightidea
Published Date: Feb 05, 2016
What is the Tech Forecast?
Is innovation the result of inscrutable, opaque genius, or can innovation be treated as an end-to-end process subject to performance optimization by adopting proven systems?”
Gain Insights On:
- Systemizing and sustaining innovation
- Tools, strategies and processes that work
- Creating an enterprise business process for innovation that is redesigned, improved and measured to improve performance
In today’s user-centric world, applications are increasingly at the heart of how your customers experience your products and services. Consistently good application performance is now essential to business success. This is where the quality of application performance enters the picture. Given the
complexities of today’s modern application environments, applications should be tested early, often, and thoroughly in the development cycle using processes and solutions to fit your specific needs. To help your organization meet this objective, this interactive brochure explores an eight-step framework for better application performance. This framework begins with business requirements and culminates in the ongoing optimization of
your application performance. With its expansive application software portfolio, HP covers all of the steps in this framework.
Many organizations have understandably turned to consolidation and virtualization to reduce server complexity, footprint and cost-to-scale. The next step is to optimize performance using analytics, policy-based automation and new technologies like cloud computing. Companies that focus on server optimization are seeing greater flexibility and sustained cost and operational efficiencies, with administrators able to manage 2.5 times more servers and almost twice as many virtual machines per server.
Published By: Genesys
Published Date: Dec 11, 2013
Gartner recently released its Magic Quadrant for Contact Center Workforce Optimization, the annual report analyzing the workforce optimization industry. Gartner positions vendors based on Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute.
Genesys improved its 2013 position moving from Niche Player to the Challengers Quadrant. This report provides you with insights you need to determine the Workforce Optimization Solution that is right for your organization. Read Now.
Published By: Aternity
Published Date: May 18, 2015
This whitepaper provides an overview of Aternity Virtual Desktop Monitoring and how it monitors end user experience in a VDI environment. Aternity goes well beyond traditional Virtual Desktop Infrastructure assessment tools that are primarily focused on planning and testing virtual deployments. Aternity provides in-depth monitoring of end user experience in a production environment spanning tens of thousands of business users.
Published By: Aternity
Published Date: May 19, 2015
Read this whitepaper to navigate through the End User Experience Monitoring (EUEM) landscape. Learn how traditional APM and device monitoring products provide some aspects of End User Experience Monitoring, but can often leave enterprise IT Ops teams blind to what their workforce users are actually experiencing.
Published By: Aternity
Published Date: May 22, 2015
“ This 30-minute webinar that will help you navigate the EUEM landscape and learn how traditional APM and device monitoring products provide some aspects of End User Experience Monitoring, but can often leave enterprise IT Ops teams blind to what their users are actually experiencing.
What digital trends are forcing CDN services to evolve? CDN services are changing, and web and application delivery professionals are navigating the evolving CDN landscape. Read the Forrester Research Report, "CDNs Extend to Web Performance Optimization and End-To-End Cloud Services" to learn what new capabilities are required from the Next Generation CDN.
Data is the most valuable asset a business has, and the most important data lives on the mainframe. This critical information fuels the new apps and services that differentiate your business.
And it’s rapidly growing, with each new app creating a new source of data. What’s more, usage demands are increasing as developers seek access to mainframe-based data to promote innovation.
Advanced image analysis and computer vision are key components of today’s AI revolution and is becoming critical for a wide range of industry applications, including healthcare, where this technology is being used to detect anomalies and improve patient care. Due to a lack of integrated tools and experience with these cutting-edge technologies, however, deploying complete systems is difficult.
Applications that utilize deep learning approaches often require large amounts of highly parallel compute power, storage, and networking capabilities, along with performance optimizations for faster data analysis. The Intel and QNAP/IEI solution combines all these elements in one complete system for scalable data management for hospitals and clinics of all sizes.
Read more on Intel’s and QNAP/IEI’s real-world use case on macular degeneration analysis through high-performance computing, vision capabilities, storage, and networking in a single solution.