Next-Gen Privileged Access Management Solutions

Before there were privileged access management (PAM) solutions, it seemed that everyone was given access to privileged accounts with little regard for who had access, when they had access and what they did with that access. As security breaches started to rise and compliance regulations were written, it was obvious that manual processes and home-grown approaches to privileged access management solutions weren’t enough.

Why make the investment to next-gen PAM? After we briefly cover the history of first-gen and next-gen PAM solutions, we will give you five reasons to consider purchasing next-gen PAM solutions:

•   Reason 1: Easy to deploy
•   Reason 2: Transparent and frictionless
•   Reason 3: Operations- and automation-ready
•   Reason 4: Scale and transform with your business
•   Reason 5: An identity-centered approach to PAM.

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Become a digital leader with Red Hat, Intel, and SAP

As a critical part of your business infrastructure, your SAP® environment can also benefit from modernization. To continue receiving SAP support, you must migrate your underlying databases to SAP HANA® and your existing SAP applications to SAP S/4HANA® by 2027. This migration presents an opportunity to modernize and realign your SAP environment with overall IT digital transformation initiatives. Red Hat and Intel provide a modern, consistent foundation for both your IT infrastructure and your SAP landscape.

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Near-zero downtime for SAP production environments

Reducing planned and unplanned downtime for SAP applications requires a focus on both infrastructure and on SAP itself. Deploying yourSAP landscapes on Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides a stable foundation that delivers stability, performance, security, and high availability at scale. Designed specifically for SAP environments, Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP Solutions provides key stability for your SAP landscape and IT environment.

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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 Red Hat® 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 brief to learn more.

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Moving legacy applications to containers

Legacy applications are not typically considered for public cloud deployments because of security, regulatory, data locality, or performance concerns. Containers make many of the services offered by public cloud providers possible and help increase automation. Migrating legacy applications to containers removes barriers to modernization. Red Hat® OpenShift® helps organizations complete this migration, letting them respond better to changing business demands. Read this brief to learn more.

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A hybrid and multicloud strategy for system administrators

Delivering a consistent, secure, and easy-to-use environment across both the datacenter and the cloud can be daunting for system administrators. But Red Hat’s hybrid cloud platform offers a consistent user experience for system administrators, including a common set of infrastructure and platforms, scalable automation with a visual dashboard, and fully managed service options that allow a focus on agile app development rather than infrastructure management. Read this brief to learn more.

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Balance Cost and Performance when Migrating On-premises Oracle Databases to the Cloud

Although the cloud may have once looked like a fad, predictions of a $266.4 billion—and growing—market in public cloud services1 suggest the fad has become a business reality. The new frontier is to strike the right cost-performance balance so that cloud computing actually does save more money than it costs.

Shortly after you join the growing number of database administrators tasked with migrating on-premises Oracle databases to the cloud, you’ll confront several questions:



  • Which cloud service is the best fit for your organization?
  • Which of your Oracle databases is best suited for a migration to the cloud?
  • How will you minimize downtime and avoid data loss during the migration?
  • How will you monitor database performance and ensure scalability without blowing your budget?
  • Do you have the tools to replicate Oracle data between on-premises infrastructure and the cloud?
  • Perhaps most important, will you really lower your Oracle licensing costs and avoid platform lock-in to any single cloud provider?

This solution brief is designed to guide DBAs through the process of migrating an on-premises Oracle database to a cloud service such as Amazon Web Services (AWS)2, Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

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Balance Cost and Performance when Migrating On-premises Oracle Databases to the Cloud

Although the cloud may have once looked like a fad, predictions of a $266.4 billion—and growing—market in public cloud services1 suggest the fad has become a business reality. The new frontier is to strike the right cost-performance balance so that cloud computing actually does save more money than it costs.

Shortly after you join the growing number of database administrators tasked with migrating on-premises Oracle databases to the cloud, you’ll confront several questions:



  • Which cloud service is the best fit for your organization?
  • Which of your Oracle databases is best suited for a migration to the cloud?
  • How will you minimize downtime and avoid data loss during the migration?
  • How will you monitor database performance and ensure scalability without blowing your budget?
  • Do you have the tools to replicate Oracle data between on-premises infrastructure and the cloud?
  • Perhaps most important, will you really lower your Oracle licensing costs and avoid platform lock-in to any single cloud provider?

This solution brief is designed to guide DBAs through the process of migrating an on-premises Oracle database to a cloud service such as Amazon Web Services (AWS)2, Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

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Zero impact database migration

Migrating data from one platform to another requires a lot of planning. Some traditional migration methods are easy to use, but they only work for migrations on the same platform. Quest® SharePlex® can replicate data across platforms, from Oracle to SQL Server, with next to no downtime, offering a flexible, low- cost alternative.

The SharePlex architecture is composed of a series of queues and processes running on the database servers that move data rapidly from the source database to the target database, without using Oracle’s processes or memory structures. This architecture facilitates the fault tolerance capability in SharePlex, which avoids data loss if there is a break in the replication stream.

Download this solution brief to learn how businesses can count on high availability, migrate data with zero organizational risk, and integrate data in near real-time for reporting and insights.

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SharePlex® Data Replication: Staying Afloat After Oracle Streams (formerly Meeting Your Data-Sharing Needs Now that Oracle Streams is Deprecated)

Now that Oracle has deprecated Streams, Oracle Database Advanced Replication and Change Data Capture in Oracle Database 12c, they want you to buy Oracle GoldenGate. But this replacement is extremely expensive and leaves you vulnerable to downtime.

What if you could replace Streams with an affordable alternative that doesn’t expose you to risk? With SharePlex® data replication, you get even more functionality to avoid downtime and data loss than GoldenGate provides – all for a fraction of the price. See how you can achieve high availability, improve database performance and more with a more powerful and cost-effective replacement for Streams.

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Flexible Payment Solutions for MidMarket

In order to quickly get the hardware, software, services, and support you need, Dell Technologies can help with a flexible payment solution portfolio. Enhance your mid-market remote workforce with PC as a Service, Payment Flexibility, and Technology on Demand to protect your IT ecosystem with the latest, advanced security technologies and features.

Download this brief from Dell Technologies and Intel® to learn more.

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SideScanning™ – How the Engine that Powers Orca Security Works

With no on-prem environments to protect, Orca was free to create a cloud-native security platform without the constraints of agents and network scanners.

Delivered as SaaS, Orca’s SideScanning™ technology reads your cloud configuration and workloads’ runtime block storage out-of-band, giving you workload-level security across AWS, Azure, and GCP - without the gaps in coverage and operational costs of agents.

But how does this radical new approach work? Download this technical brief to gain a better understanding of:

  • Traditional methods such as agent-based, authenticated, and unauthenticated scanning, as well as cloud security posture managers (CSPMs)
  • Orca’s 5-minute onboarding process
  • The power of addressing both the control plane and data plane at once
  • The scanning process for vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, malware, lateral movement risk, exploitable keys, weak passwords, and unsecured sensitive data
  • How Orca prioritizes risk based on environmental context
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What Does End-to-End Security Mean for Your Business?

Mid-Market businesses need the same robust protections as large enterprises, without being able to call on the same level of resources. In addition to being effective, their defenses must never slow the business down, but instead become an engine for innovation that can help power their way forward to opportunity.

Download this brief from Dell Technologies and Intel® to learn more.

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