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Published By: Equinix     Published Date: Mar 26, 2015
Enterprises grapple with a host of challenges that are spurring the creation of hybrid clouds: collections of computing infrastructure spread across multiple data centers and multiple cloud providers. This new concept often provokes uncertainty, which must be addressed head on. As more applications and computing resources move to the cloud, enterprises will become more dependent on cloud vendors, whether the issue is access, hosting, management, or any number of other services. Cloud consumers want to avoid vendor lock-in—having only one cloud provider. They want to know that they will have visibility into data and systems across multiple platforms and providers. They want to be able to move servers and storage around without a negative impact on application availability. The good news is that more solutions become available every day, but with a learning curve and numerous management challenges and considerations. This CITO Research paper provides advice for managers about how to c
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hybrid cloud, computing infrastructure, enterprises, storage, application availability
    
Equinix
Published By: AWS     Published Date: May 25, 2018
Effective security for cloud-hosted web applications requires full visibility into the environment in which the apps live and the potential exposure to vulnerabilities — and to do so consistently, while proactively monitoring for attacks without causing delays in application development and delivery. Cloud adoption means that a focus on perimeter security is not sufficient and may even be obstructive, because it can impact application performance and availability. Similarly, relying on your cloud service provider’s security services is insufficient; any provider will tell you that securing the cloud environment is a shared responsibility between cloud service provider and customer, and the responsibility for specifically securing web applications is the sole responsibility of the customer. And although the industry as a whole has become better at protecting lower-level network and server resources, as attackers look for targets, they are moving up the application stack.
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Published By: ThousandEyes     Published Date: Mar 14, 2017
ThousandEyes monitors and solves application delivery problems throughout the Internet due to data center outages, ISP performance, CDN caching and DNS availability.
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ThousandEyes
Published By: ThousandEyes     Published Date: Jan 14, 2018
ThousandEyes monitors and solves application delivery problems throughout the Internet due to data center outages, ISP performance, CDN caching and DNS availability.
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thousandeyes, application delivery, isp performance, network performance, network monitoring
    
ThousandEyes
Published By: Marathon Technologies     Published Date: Sep 18, 2009
Many businesses struggle to guarantee application and data availability for Windows applications. They may protect the application from one type of outage (like a disk failure) while ignoring other risks. Or they can end up deploying multiple point solutions to handle different aspects of availability, increasing overall cost and complexity.
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marathon, downtime, everrun, server, failure, outage, windows, sql
    
Marathon Technologies
Published By: VMware     Published Date: Oct 08, 2010
This white paper covers the benefits of virtualization, including reduced costs, simplified management, and improved application availability and disaster protection.
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wmware, server virtualization, workload consolidation, simplified management, disaster protection, spending, data backup, recovery, data growth
    
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Published By: Neverfail Group     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
This document introduces Neverfail Heartbeat, a technology that enables the protection of applications against many potential failures, including application failure, operating system failures, and hardware, network or site failures, at a reasonable cost.
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microsoft, ms windows, windows, application security, cost control, it spending, application performance, high availability, neverfail
    
Neverfail Group
Published By: Neverfail Group     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
This white paper discusses Windows high availability, with a focus on business drivers and benefits. Cost and real-world benefits are considered the two most important elements in choosing the right high availability solution.
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database, microsoft, ms windows, windows, application security, cost control, it spending, application performance, high availability, sql server, exchange server, ms exchange, microsoft exchange, neverfail
    
Neverfail Group
Published By: DataDirect Technologies     Published Date: Mar 17, 2009
Since the SQL Access Group created the Call Level Interface, ODBC has become the most ubiquitous method for connecting to relational database sources. ODBC was developed to allow programmers to access relational data in a uniform manner, regardless of the database backend. ODBC translates those generic commands into the specific esoteric commands of the database backend, so the quality of the driver directly determines the performance of the database connectivity layer. Learn more today!
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data direct, open database, sql, call level interface, odbc, drivers, rdbms, 64-bit applications, single architecture, power consumption, rack space, scalability, oracle rac, database availability, service level agreements, slas
    
DataDirect Technologies
Published By: Riverbed     Published Date: Apr 27, 2011
This paper examines the trends towards server consolidation and virtualization, and how WAN optimization can help IT organizations address the challenges of application performance and information availability within these environments.
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riverbed, virtualization, server consolidation, wan optimization, application performance, information availability, disaster recovery, infrastructure consolidation
    
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Published By: Texas Memory Systems     Published Date: Feb 25, 2012
With flash based systems now commonly in the TBs of capacity and rapidly becoming more affordable, it may be time to look at using solid state storage with high bandwidth applications. Read this white paper to find out more.
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solid state storage, bandwidth, high bandwidth, applications, data warehousing, tbs, tb capacity, storage, ramsan, texas memory systems, high availability, performance, solid state, enterprise, racks, data storage, digital signal, low latency, enterprise data storage, ssds
    
Texas Memory Systems
Published By: Texas Memory Systems     Published Date: Feb 25, 2012
Most companies have only put limited effort toward the system architecture that surrounds the flash memory modules. In this white paper, Storage Switzerland focuses on the importance of architecture design in solid state storage systems.
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ssd, architecture, design, zero-latency, retrieval, solid state storage, bandwidth, high bandwidth, flash controllers, applications, data warehousing, tbs, tb capacity, storage, ramsan, texas memory systems, high availability, performance, solid state, enterprise
    
Texas Memory Systems
Published By: Texas Memory Systems     Published Date: Feb 25, 2012
It is common knowledge that PCIe SSD is faster, right? Maybe not, says George Crump from Storage Switzerland. Read on to find out why.
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pcie, pcie ssd, ssd, architecture, design, zero-latency, retrieval, solid state storage, bandwidth, high bandwidth, flash controllers, applications, data warehousing, tbs, tb capacity, storage, ramsan, texas memory systems, high availability, performance
    
Texas Memory Systems
Published By: Texas Memory Systems     Published Date: Feb 25, 2012
In this part II of Enhancing Server And Desktop Virtualization With SSD, Storage Switzerland focuses on the next challenge of integrating SSD into a virtual server or desktop infrastructure and effectively using the technology in this environment.
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integrated ssd, ssd, virtual server, infrastructure, desktop infrastructure, server virtualization, desktop virtualization, architecture, design, zero-latency, retrieval, solid state storage, bandwidth, high bandwidth, flash controllers, applications, data warehousing, tbs, tb capacity, storage
    
Texas Memory Systems
Published By: Texas Memory Systems     Published Date: Feb 25, 2012
For data centers looking to get the maximum performance from Flash-based storage supporting their virtual infrastructure, the RamSan-720 should be given strong consideration.
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ramsan-720, integrated ssd, ssd, virtual server, infrastructure, desktop infrastructure, server virtualization, desktop virtualization, architecture, design, zero-latency, retrieval, solid state storage, bandwidth, high bandwidth, flash controllers, applications, data warehousing, tbs, tb capacity
    
Texas Memory Systems
Published By: Texas Memory Systems     Published Date: Feb 25, 2012
In this final piece on server virtualization and SSD, Storage Switzerland discusses the power of performance, specifically, the dramatic impact that latent-free storage can make on the virtual environment. Read on to find out more!
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desktop virtualization, architecture, design, zero-latency, retrieval, solid state storage, bandwidth, high bandwidth, flash controllers, applications, data warehousing, tbs, tb capacity, storage, ramsan, texas memory systems, high availability, performance, solid state, enterprise
    
Texas Memory Systems
Published By: CloudEndure     Published Date: Mar 23, 2016
While a public cloud provides an easy and scalable way to manage and deploy your app or website, you also need to have a contingency plan for business continuity and disaster recovery. Often overlooked on Amazon Web Services (AWS), an extremely effective cloud disaster recovery (DR) strategy is to spread the application stack across regions versus availability zones. This eBook provides a guide for planning and implementing a robust cross-region cloud disaster recovery (CDR) plan for business continuity and critical application uptime on AWS-based applications.
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cloudendure, aws, cloud disaster recovery plan, disaster recovery, cloud
    
CloudEndure
Published By: AWS     Published Date: Oct 07, 2019
Imperva, an APN Security Competency Partner, can help protect your application workloads on AWS with the Imperva SaaS Web Application Security platform. The Imperva high-capacity network of globally distributed security services protects websites against all types of DDoS threats, including networklevel Layer 3 and Layer 4 volumetric attacks—such as synchronized (SYN) floods and User Datagram Protocol (UDP) floods—and Layer 7 application-level attacks (including the OWASP Top 10 threats) that attempt to compromise application resources. Harnessing real data about current threats from a global customer base, both the Web Application Firewall (WAF) and DDoS protection, incorporate an advanced client classification system that blocks malicious traffic without interfering with legitimate users. Enterprises can easily create custom security rules in the GUI to enforce their specific security policy. In addition, this versatile solution supports hybrid environments, allowing you to manage th
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Published By: AWS     Published Date: Oct 07, 2019
Armor provides a managed Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS) solution that helps strengthen and unify your AWS, on-premises, and hybrid security to enable rapid detection, prevention, and response to cyberthreats in real time—typically with a lower TCO. Armor’s protection can be deployed quickly to help boost application availability. This can also play a role in increasing the visibility and overall security awareness across all your apps, no matter where they reside, because they are always operational. This solution also puts the tools—like a Web Application Firewall—in place to provide appropriate protection while being managed from a single pane of glass. Your organization can also continue using your existing security resources because Armor provides the integration to unify their offerings with the tools you already have in place. In addition, Armor’s Security Operation Center (SOC) is incorporated to reduce high threat dwell times (the amount of time a threat has undetected access t
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Published By: Double-Take Software     Published Date: Jul 27, 2010
Application and data availability can make or break a business. These days backing up to the Cloud is a simple, cost effective way to get the advantages of a datacenter without the expense of creating and managing a physical center. Double-Take Cloud is a simple way to migrate, backup and restore data and applications to the cloud with minimal downtime and complete control over your expenses.
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doubletake, cloud, backup, disk-to-disk, failure, recovery, physical center, rto, rpo
    
Double-Take Software
Published By: uptime software     Published Date: Dec 06, 2007
Monitoring servers, applications, and services has become an essential part of the IT department over the past 10 years. However, it can be a daunting task to find the right solution for your Enterprise. This brief paper will examine the differences between Agent and Agentless monitoring, so you can make the right decision based on your company's needs, the metrics you need, your budget range, your resource availability, and your management's reporting needs.
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server monitoring, monitoring tool, capacity planning, performance monitoring, service level management, service level agreement, sla, infrastructure, systems management, network management, uptime, server uptime, downtime
    
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Published By: BlackBerry     Published Date: Jul 23, 2009
Over the last fifteen years, mobility solutions have evolved from cell phones and pagers to platforms for wireless email and mobilizing business applications. Today's road warriors depend on their mobile devices for fast, reliable, easy access to applications and corporate data. Mobile solution downtime can adversely affect customer service, productivity, sales, and revenues.
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blackberry, mobile applications, cio, availability, pim, voip, smartphones, it communication, microsoft exchange, mobile device management, mobile device management software, mobile workers, remote computing, wireless applications software, wireless computing
    
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Published By: DoubleTake     Published Date: Jul 27, 2010
Application and data availability can make or break a business. These days backing up to the Cloud is a simple, cost effective way to get the advantages of a datacenter without the expense of creating and managing a physical center.
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doubletake, cloud, backup, disk-to-disk, failure, recovery, physical center, rto, rpo
    
DoubleTake
Published By: Amazon Web Services, Inc     Published Date: Sep 24, 2013
Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides a secure and dependable environment for deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. Customers can use their existing Windows Server applications licenses, such as MS Exchange or SharePoint, on AWS without paying additional licensing fees. Take advantage of the pay-as-you-go-pricing, scalability, and data integrity of the AWS Cloud to run your Exchange Server workloads today. Download the Planning and Implementation Guide to learn more. This guide discusses planning topics, architectural considerations, and configuration steps to run a high-availability and site-resilient Exchange architecture. This guide is designed for Microsoft Exchange Server administrators, architects, and engineers. In the guide, we also provide a sample AWS CloudFormation template that is designed to help you easily provision the necessary AWS resources and update them in an orderly and predictable fashion. Learn more today!
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aws, ms exchange, windows server, share point, pay as you go pricing, scalability, data integrity, cloud, server, technology, configuration, cloudformation
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jun 28, 2016
Software applications are the mainstay of modern business. Applications deliver business-critical services to customers and enable companies to function efficiently. To ensure performance and availability of their applications, companies must have full visibility and control of the applications and enabling infrastructure. If an outage or slowdown occurs, the company needs to know precisely where the problem originated, what caused it, and how to prevent it from occurring again.
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software, data, best practices, productivity, applications
    
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