Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) is defined as the uses of software and computer systems architectural principles to integrate a set of enterprise computer applications. EAI intends to transcend the simple goal of linking applications, and attempts to enable new and innovative ways of leveraging organizational knowledge to create further competitive advantages for the enterprise.
The era of IT infrastructure convergence is upon us. Integrated converged infrastructure systems – the integration of compute, networking, and storage - have rapidly become the preferred foundational building block adopted by enterprises of all shapes and sizes.
HP’s ConvergedSystem offerings merit a position of ‘market leader,’ in part because its entire portfolio benefits from one of the most diverse and dynamic server lineups in the industry, but also because it is a full-line component supplier that also leverages a wealth of application-level insight to drive innovation in its converged infrastructure offerings.
While your specific data throughput mileage may vary, this paper will share the factors that directly contribute to a Data Movement solution, the data storage ecosystem alternatives, and the pitfalls you may face when attempting to architect such a solution in your data warehouse environment.
We believe that to be the best leader you can be, you need to be a fearless, bold, effective coach on a daily basis. Aspirational, right?
The path to greatness seldom runs smoothly though, so here are a few strategies to get you started.
This paper reveals how Metricon lowered the cost and time spent protecting rapidly growing data while keeping backed-up information readily accessible with a hybrid cloud solution backed by NetApp AltaVault and Microsoft Azure.