Inside this SearchSecurity.com e-guide, we explore the disconnect between traditional IAM and the distributed, mobile enterprise to uncover the top three IAM challenges organizations are experiencing today.
In this expert e-guide, discover recent updates to MongoDB that enable organizations to switch storage engines depending on user needs. Additionally, learn about forthcoming updates to MongoDB that will streamline database design and provide better visibility into NoSQL data structures.
This white paper reviews modern enterprise service grids and how their brokered peer-to-peer architecture offer ease of use for a wide array of distributed computing projects including the SOA market.
Virtualisation has been one of those technologies that the channel has been encouraged to get to grips with for the past few years. Starting with the server the technology has expanded to the desktop and an entire vendor community has grown providing management tools.
Join Elizabeth Woodward, IBM Agile Practice Expert, as she discusses how software development leaders and agile teams can identify the impact of choices in organizing their team structure to optimize a distributed Agile methodology.
In this expert e-guide, explore insights from a series of IT leaders and data management consultants about the current readiness of NoSQL technology for enterprise-level tasks, such as business intelligence and big data applications.
The current economic climate is forcing more systematic thinking about costs in general, including those associated with overall complexity and the security and resiliency of large distributed infrastructures. These trends intersect in powerful ways; a new wave of computing is gathering momentum as a result. And open source is playing a major role.
Most SCM tools are not well-suited to support the industry trend towards WAN-based, globally distributed enterprise software development. This report and webinar will explore the reasons why these tools often struggle in a WAN environment and the key technologies for implementing solutions.
One of the main limitations of native tools in a Windows OS is that it stores all of the event & performance logs information locally in each individual system. For an environment with multiple systems, this makes problem analysis much more challenging. This paper will discuss the importance of effective, centralized management solutions.
In this expert guide, IT analyst Tony Iams, SVP, Ideas International, delves deeper into the scale up vs. scale out debate. Learn about the growing popularity of scaling out options, such as massively parallel processing (MPP) and distributed computing approaches.