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Five Minute Briefing - Data Center
May 27, 2014

Five Minute Briefing - Data Center: May 27, 2014. Published in conjunction with SHARE Inc., a bi-weekly report geared to the needs of data center professionals.


News Flashes

Cetan Corp., whose vertical market expertise and professional services in workload management complement CA Technologies' portfolio of strategic workload automation solutions for distributed, cloud and IBM System z platforms, has joined the CA Global Partner Program as an advanced partner.

Expanding their 23-year relationship, Cisco and Dimension Data will partner to deliver an infrastructure-as-a-service solution that will be packaged with Cisco technology and software-as-a-services applications, including Microsoft SQL Server and SharePoint.

Organizations are dealing with pressure to bring new or upgraded applications to market sooner, and application teams must work in parallel to complete projects in less time but with higher quality. To address these challenges, Delphix and DBmaestro are partnering to give enterprise application teams the tools required to bring new applications to market faster.

Endace Fusion Connector for Compuware APM's Data Center Real-User Monitoring (DC RUM), is a new application-aware network performance management solution, created jointly by Compuware and Emulex. The companies are partnering to help deliver a new generation of application performance management (APM) solutions.

OpenShift Enterprise 2.1, the next generation of Red Hat's on premise platform-as-a-service offering, adds improvements to further enable DevOps practices through the delivery of new capabilities that bring development and operations closer together.

It is more important than ever for companies to see the relationships in data, text, video and audio - across different technology types and languages, said Dan Burke, vice president of HP Autonomy in his keynote at Data Summit. According to Burke, 90% of digital content created in 2015 will be unstructured.


News From SHARE

A recent SHARE blog post based on research from Computer Business Review (CBR) outlined five reasons why the mainframe's future is looking bright. Take a look at several reasons why the mainframe is designed for the long haul.

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