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Five Minute Briefing - Data Center
February 20, 2018

Five Minute Briefing - Data Center: February 20, 2018. Published in conjunction with SHARE Inc., a bi-weekly report geared to the needs of data center professionals.


News Flashes

BMC, a provider of digital enterprise solutions,has integrated AWS Service Catalog into the BMC service catalog, part of the BMC Digital Workplace solution, delivering one-click self-service to its products and services.

Fujitsu has announced two solutions designed to help organizations deploy extremely data-intensive applications needed for their digital transformation, through greatly improving the ease of management for scale-out SAP HANA in-memory database deployments.

Information Builders, a provider of information management tools, has launched three new Information Builders' Accelerators for WebFOCUS and iWay implementations for GDPR Personably Identifiable Information compliance, Electronic Payments transaction analysis, and Asset Management portfolio benchmarking. The Accelerators are pre-configured for specific use cases and run against sample data. They are designed and built for the Information Builders' analytics and data management platform.

SAP has released SAP Asset Strategy and Performance Management to enhance asset intelligence across the digital supply chain. The new application helps customers define, plan and monitor optimal maintenance strategies for physical assets and monitor performance data across a network of connected assets in real time.


News From SHARE

How can the mainframe world attract and retain millennial talent? That, and the mainframe skills gap, are two of the most important issues facing mainframers today


Think About It

A new industry survey shows over three-quarters of enterprises, 79%, want streaming analytics - they now consider high volume, low latency analytics embedded within an application to be important to their businesses. Many businesses - especially small to medium size ones - also seek these capabilities through cloud services. Another important finding: Users are no longer content to wait for IT to prepare reports - they would rather be able to do it by themselves.

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