Reduce costs with cloud-based VMware data protection


IDC estimates data is growing at a 61% compound annual growth rate — and with this influx of data, your organization might struggle to maintain data security and facilitate growth. That’s why you should consider a third-party data protection solution that is certified for VMware on-premises and cloud environments.

Read how VMware data protection in the cloud provides:

  •   Radically lower TCO, with up to 50% costs savings
  •   An infrastructure that is hosted completely offsite (no hardware, software,
        maintenance, or real estate)
  •   Fast response times in the case of failover for disaster recovery
  •   Centralized global management, visibility, and monitoring

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Your open hyperconverged infrastructure to-do list

An open hyperconverged infrastructure is a great way to reduce deployment complexity, operational overhead, and expenses. RedHat can help you build an open source-based infrastructure that will work for you now and in the future. Use this checklist to determine if you have everything your business needs to implement an open hyperconverged infrastructure.

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Microsoft SQL Server on RedHat Enterprise Linux

Microsoft SQL Server on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® offers businesses additional flexibility, superior performance, enhanced security, and ultra-high availability for larger workloads. This combination provides a scalable foundation with a consistent application experience, whether deployed across bare-metal, virtual machine, container, or cloud environments.

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Tealium Newsletter Featuring Gartner Analyst Note: Building a Foundation for a Data-Driven Customer Experience Future

Nearly a decade ago, advances in digital transformation and big data put achieving a 360-degree view of the customer on the roadmap for many organizations. Along the way, many companies focused their efforts on the experience layer, hoping to keep up with industry disruptors like Amazon and Apple, which have consistently raised consumers' expectations for what makes a great experience. As companies try to catch up, many miss the critical component behind this success; excellent customer data management.

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Gartner: Before You Buy: A Guide For Choosing a Customer Data Platform

In this newsletter, Tealium features the Gartner report, Market Guide for Customer Data Platforms for Marketing. We aim to identify obstacles caused by fragmented customer data silos & establish how CDPs can help data & analytical professionals at enterprise companies improve their first party data management. The recommendations come as the result of a yearlong study, in which Gartner analysts surveyed more than 400 martech end users and technology vendors, and collaborated with high-tier industry publications & reports for secondary research. Consequently, they offer comprehensive insight into CDPs available from a variety of vendors, and factors to consider when evaluating implementation.

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How Telefonica Reduced Complexity for MIMs Using Subscriptions & Flow Designer

A couple years ago, Telefonica teamed up with xMatters to transform the comps for MIMs. This process sought to use different tools like workplace or Facebook, to see if there could be improved communications with customers.

The team had trouble using JavaScript, and found the development environment was arcane and broken. They decided to use xMatters Help Pages to understand workflows and custom integration in order to optimize the platform. The team implemented a workplace designer and chatting integration, along with workplace and Facebook integration to streamline the communication process.

Learn more about Telefonica's journey, and how xMatters helped decrease the number of licenses needed for broadcast messages, and subsequently increased their reach of comms with ~600-700 more use cases.

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2020 Report: State of the CDP

In the 2020 Tealium State of the CDP Report, we asked over 300 U.S. decision makers in marketing and data/analytics how they are leveraging CDPs today, the challenges they face with current vendors and their future plans for CDP technology. The results reveal that many organizations are still searching for the right solution: 58% of respondents with CDPs said they are planning to switch to a different provider within the next 12 months.

Something needs to change for customer data to reach its full potential. Businesses need greater clarity into what CDPs do, how to select the right CDP and how to optimize the technology — or they risk missing out on enormous CDP benefits.

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Datasheet: The Red Hat build of OpenJDK

An estimated 15 billion devices run Java™ worldwide . Until January 2019, no one had to pay for access to a current Java Virtual Machine (JVM), but Oracle implemented a significant change to its release cadence and support model. Oracle JDK is no longer free for production workloads and patches, leaving organizations with a choice to either pay Oracle for continued production support and updates for Oracle JDK, adopt OpenJDK and upgrade every six months, or migrate to an alternative OpenJDK implementation.

Learn how the Red Hat build of OpenJDK can help you develop, test, and deploy Java workloads in Windows or Linux-based environments.

  • Open source innovation
  • Cost savings
  • Multiplatform support
  • Long-term support
  • Frequent releases

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Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform datasheet

Businesses differentiate by delivering extraordinary experiences to their customers, and today those experiences are driven by applications that quickly evolve to meet their needs. Once deployed, these applications must be portable, secure, easy to scale, and simple to manage. Organizations are turning to containers and Kubernetes to meet these needs. To quickly deliver new applications or to containerize and migrate existing ones to the cloud, they need a trusted platform to build upon.

Develop, deploy, and manage existing and container-based applications seamlessly across physical, virtual, and public cloud infrastructures. Learn how Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform can help.

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Organize your strategy for software-driven business success

Creating customer value depends upon your ability to develop, deploy, and run high quality applications faster across any cloud. Applications need to be cloud-native by default. Learn how to position your business for hybrid cloud success.

Download our e-book, Cloud-native meets hybrid cloud: A strategy guide.

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Apache Nifi for Dummies eBook

Apache NiFi is an integrated data logistics and simple event processing platform. It provides an end-to-end platform that can collect, curate, analyze and act on data in real-time, on-premise, or in the cloud with a drag-and-drop visual interface.

This book is a must read.

    You will learn about:
  • NiFi fundamentals
  • NiFi use cases
  • How to get started, debug and manage your own dataflows

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Open Source Security And Risk Analysis Report

Synopsys helps development teams build secure, high-quality software, minimizing risks while maximizing speed and productivity. Synopsys, a recognized leader in application security, provides static analysis, software composition analysis, and dynamic analysis solutions that enable teams to quickly find and fix vulnerabilities and defects in proprietary code, open source components, and application behavior.

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Navigating the Open Source Risk Landscape

Open source use isn’t risky, but unmanaged use of open source is.

Open source software forms the backbone of nearly every application in every industry. Chances are that includes the applications your company develops as well. If you can’t produce an accurate inventory of the licenses, versions, and patch status of the open source components in your applications, it’s time to assess your open source management policies.

This paper provides insights and recommendations to help organizations and their development and IT teams better manage the open source risk landscape. It covers:

  • Open source license risk and the need to identify and catalog open source licenses
  • Security risk that comes with open source use and inadequate vulnerability management
  • Operational open source risk, version control, and the dangers of using inactive components

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The DIY Guide to Open Source Vulnerability Management

According to SAP, more than 80% of all cyber attacks are happening on the application layer,1 specifically targeting software applications rather than the network.

Hackers take the easiest path when determining exploits and choose applications that offer the best attack surface opportunities. Those opportunities are generally created by unpatched or outdated software.

For example, Heartbleed, a dangerous security flaw, critically exposes OpenSSL, an open source project used in hundreds of thousands of applications that need to secure communications over computer networks against eavesdropping. Yet 56% of all OpenSSL versions that Cisco Security Research examined in its 2015 security report2 were still vulnerable to Heartbleed, more than two years after the Heartbleed vulnerability was first disclosed and a patched version issued.

This illustrates the difficulty organizations have in inventorying and managing open source components rather than a lack of security diligence. Without a comprehensive list of open source components in use, it is nearly impossible for any organization to identify specific applications that use vulnerable components.

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