Boost database performance and agility

Organizations use data to run applications, inform processes, and gain insight. To support these initiatives, applications and users need fast, reliable, secure access to the right data at all times. Together, Red Hat and AWS offer a proven, scalable, and consistent hybrid cloud foundation for Microsoft SQL Server workloads. With this integrated solution, you can boost database performance, reduce costs, and prepare for future change.

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IDC brief: Building and running apps on Red Hat OpenShift and AWS

This IDC brief shows how enterprises are increasing revenue by rapidly moving to containers to develop and run their applications on Red Hat OpenShift and Amazon Web Services (AWS). Containers may be themselves a singular and simple foundational technology, but they have brought with them a large range of i and benefits that taken together define a full container platform, including transitioning from monolithic applications, scaling and automating orchestration with Kubernetes, and shifting to agile methods.

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Reducing downtime for SAP HANA

With more than 20 years of joint innovation, Red Hat and SAP tailor solutions for the needs of business-critical applications.The combination of SAP® HANA® System Replication and RedHat® Enterprise Linux® for SAP Solutions enhances the ability to operate SAP HANA landscapes with less downtime, helping organizations avoid business disruption, lost revenue, and reputation damage.
Read this overview to learn more.

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Manage the Multiple Database Journey

The database is the backbone of the enterprise. Data is the currency of modern business, and organizations need to ensure consistent, optimal database performance to keep their business running smoothly.

The consequences of compromised or even suboptimal database performance can be significant; including delays in responses to customer inquiries, sales processes, and transaction processing.

In this whitepaper with SolarWinds, learn why ensuring efficient and effective operations across multiple databases is critical to maintaining business continuity and performance.

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SQL Server Indexing for Performance

SQL Server performance is critical for business applications to meet internal and external customer needs. Unfortunately, one of the most common SQL Server performance issues is related to missing or incorrect indexes. Microsoft® SQLServer® is relatively unique because, as a database engine, it records missing indexes it thinks will help queries.

In this whitepaper, we’ll dive into the following:

  • SQL Server indexing overview
  • How to improve the quality and performance of your indexes
  • Index information tracked by SQL Server, including index utilization, dynamic management views, the Query Store, and the execution plan cache
  • SQL Server index options, including clustered, nonclustered, Columnstore, and XML

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Zero to Hero — 12 Essential Tips for the Accidental DBA

A DBA’s job can seem thankless, and DBAs can feel underappreciated because the work they do isn’t always visible. But when application performance slows, and the database is being blamed, the work they do to keep the business up and running is quite evident.

This paper is for the accidental DBA and contains 12 essential tips for working with SQL Server®. These simple, yet powerful tips are filled with lessons learned on the front lines and from years of database administration experience. Following these tips can help transform the accidental DBA into an organized DBA with clear direction for better database performance.

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Save Time and Money by Automating Active Directory with Group ID

The savings in time is substantial.

IT is under immense pressure to keep the business-side happy and productive while reducing costs. GroupID is your solution.

In this guide with Imanami, learn how GroupID can help group management, transfer ownership, and increase security for members while streamlining processes and saving time and money.

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Pandemic to Plan: 4 Steps to setting up your remote IT Help Desk

At a time of global pandemic and social distancing, a fully remote workforce is the “new normal” for nearly all organizations. Is your IT help desk fully empowered to provide fast and efficient remote support for today and the future?

In this LogMeIn guide, learn how to set up a successful, flexible and future-proof remote IT help desk to thrive in today's new normal.

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Help Desks in the New Normal

Covid has changed everything. Especially how we work.

Helpdesks are being forced to work in ways they never have before and adjust on the fly as they try to create sustainable strategies for the new normal.

In this infographic with LogMeIn, we partnered with IDG to poll a total of 119 ITDMs to understand the impact of increased remote work on IT helpdesks.

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Mobile Support: Are Your Employees Getting What they Need?

When it comes to supporting mobile devices in the workplace, it all comes down to one thing: employees. Employees are using their own personal devices (or similar corporate devices) at work much more frequently, and they expect the same level of mobile support in the corporate world as they receive in the consumer one. Deliver anything less and companies risk taking a hit on employee productivity and job satisfaction.

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