The most important factors that determine the correct operation of modern automation, electronics, industrial computers and other devices are the correct power supply and the appropriate climatic conditions. These are necessary to ensure ongoing operation of priority infrastructure equipment – server room, data communication, power engineering.
This paper discusses making realistic improvements to power, cooling, racks, physical security, monitoring, and lighting. The focus of this paper is on small server rooms and branch offices with up to 10kW of IT load.
Software-defined architectures have transformed enterprises
seeking to become application-centric, with many modern
data centers now running a combination of cloud-native
applications based on microservices architectures alongside
applications. With application owners seeking publiccloud-
like simplicity and flexibility in their own data centers,
IT teams are under pressure to deliver services and resolve application
issues quickly, while simultaneously reducing provisioning
time for new applications and lowering costs for application
Modern application architectures such as microservices are changing the way that modern enterprises run their infrastructure.
Enterprises have become application-centric, investing significant effort and resources on continuous delivery goals and DevOps
practices to achieve automation of routine IT and operations tasks. And now with the emergence of containerized applications, it
is critical to re-evaluate how application services are provided across data centers and multiple cloud environments.
Software-defined architectures have transformed enterprises to become more application-centric. With application owners
seeking public-cloud-like simplicity and flexibility in their own data centers, IT teams are under pressure to reduce wait times to
Legacy load balancing solutions force network architects and administrators to purchase new hardware, manually configure
virtual services, and inefficiently overprovision these appliances. Simultaneously, new infrastructure choices are also enabling IT
teams to re-architect applications into autonomous microservices from monolithic or n-tier constructs. These transformations
are forcing organizations to rethink load balancing strategies and application delivery controllers (ADCs) in their infrastructure.
Digital business initiatives have expanded in scope and complexity as companies have increased the rate of digital innovation to capture new market opportunities. As applications built using fine-grained microservices and functions become pervasive, many companies are seeing the need to go beyond traditional API management to execute new architectural patterns and use cases.
APIs are evolving both in the way they are structured and in how they are used, to not only securely expose data to partners, but to create ecosystems of internal and/or third-party developers.
In this datasheet, learn how you can use TIBCO Cloud™ Mashery® to:
Create an internal and external developer ecosystem
Secure your data and scale distribution
Optimize and manage microservices
Expand your partner network
Run analytics on your API performance
The MicroStrategy 2018 Global State of Enterprise Analytics Report, which surveyed 500 decision-makers from around the globe, reveals that leading organizations create a competitive edge through their use of data, with 63% experiencing improved efficiency and productivity, 57% realizing faster, more effective decision making, and 51% achieving better financial performance. Other top benefits include improved customer experiences, improved customer acquisition and retention, and the identification and creation of new revenue streams—all keys to digital transformation.
What else did the 2018 report reveal? Read all the insights with both global and geo-specific views here. This infographic shares a few highlights from the new 44-page report which serves as a benchmarking resource for all data-driven organizations.
By 2025, the total amount of data produced will grow to 175 zettabytes, according to IDC’s Data Age 2025 Report. How will enterprises evolve over the next year to manage and make the most of this unprecedented growth? Download 10 Enterprise Analytics Trends to Watch in 2019 to learn how leading organizations will win with embedded and augmented analytics, HyperIntelligence, collaboration, enterprise AI strategies, and more. This eBook details the transformational technologies data-driven organizations will need to leverage to get and stay ahead in 2019 and beyond, with contributions from thought leaders, including:
Mike Gualtieri of Forrester Research
Ray Wang and Doug Henschen of Constellation Research
Mark Smith and David Menninger of Ventana Research
Chandana Gopal of IDC
Ronald van Loon, and more.
Is your organization ready for the data-driven future? Read 10 Enterprise Analytics Trends to Watch in 2019 today to find out.
A&BI platforms are evolving beyond data visualization and dashboards to encompass augmented and advanced analytics. Data and analytics leaders should enable a broader set of users with new expanded capabilities to increase the business impact of their investments.
Published By: Genesys
Published Date: Feb 12, 2019
Everyone says they’re “in the cloud,” but most technology leaders would agree that not all clouds are created equal. When evaluating a cloud contact centre solution for your business, it’s important to understand the difference between a true Cloud 2.0 application and traditional software, including which features to look for and why those features are important.
Download this eBook and learn:
How a true Cloud 2.0 model is built to provide levels of reliability, scalability, flexibility and security that that far exceed those of previous generations
The benefits of utilising a platform built on microservices architecture
How to take your business to the next level with a built to scale cloud contact centre platform
Read this Microsoft case study about how Microsoft's Consumer Support Services - with its global network of support centers and thousands of agents - used digital motivation to drive agent performance and learning.
Microsoft wanted new ways to recognize and reward agents while increasing their productivity. The
focus was to change behaviors, develop skills, encourage sales, and drive outcomes.
Microsoft identi?ed gami?cation as a solution to these needs. The company believed it could be more successful at encouraging and recognizing agents for positive outcomes through each customer interaction. Read the case study to learn how Microsoft:
Increased productivity through gamification
Drove agent performance with rewards, to change behaviors and business outcomes
Improved agent knowledge and ability to apply the new information learned.
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