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Nutanix Video: GA Telesis Reaches New Heights with the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Platform

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Leading commercial aviation company GA Telesis need to ensure their mission critical applications run 24×7 across 5 continents. By running all of their production machines, Oracle databases and ERP system on the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud OS software, they now have the flexibility to scale. This video is from the fine folks at Nutanix.

Moving Applications to the Public Cloud + More HA Trends

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2017 was a remarkable year at SIOS with the ground shifting all over our industry and that was reflected both in what we saw in own business and what customers and partners told us. SQL and SAP Moving to the Public Cloud It’s all been about cloud – surprise? Not really. But the speed in […]

Gartner Provides Seven Steps Security Leaders Can Take to Deal With Spectre and Meltdown

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Security and Risk Management Leaders Need to Take a Balanced Approach to Tackling a New Class of Vulnerabilities Security and risk management leaders must take a pragmatic and risk-based approach to the ongoing threats posed by an entirely new class of vulnerabilities, according to Gartner, Inc. “Spectre” and “Meltdown” are the code names given to different […]

Microsoft: Application consistent backup for Linux VMs using Azure Backup is generally available

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We are excited to announce the general availability (GA) of application consistent backup for Linux VMs running in Azure using Azure Backup. We did a preview of this feature last year and customers are already using this framework for various applications like Oracle, MySQL, Mongo DB, SAP HANA, and PostGreSQL. What is application consistent backup? […]

Optimizing Systems of Record Can Help Digital Transformation

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As I noted in an earlier blog, companies are coming to realize that they must transform their businesses to survive in a completely digitized and connected world.  Many are driven by fear of being left behind, but even as they know they must act, they are overwhelmed by the enormity of the challenge. It doesn’t […]

New Remote Desktop Manager 13 Feature: Exclude an Entry from Offline Mode

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As you’ve hopefully experienced, the Offline Mode is great when you’re working off-site, or when you don’t have an internet connection (the horror!). But there’s one aspect of working offline that isn’t so great — when there’s one entry that shouldn’t be allowed to be modified in offline mode because doing so would make things confusing and chaotic for […]

Deploying VMware Workspace One 3.x

One of the most advanced portals on the market is the one from VMware, VMware Workspace One.  Workspace One if you would dissect it is Identity Manager and AirWatch combined. Identity Manager is the one taking care of offering secure single-sign-on connections for provisioned applications. AirWatch offers the compliance and device management capabilities. Working on […]

Create SSMS shortcuts with Remote Desktop Manager

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Remote Desktop Manager (RDM) is far more capable than its name might first suggest. As well as using it at work to manage all of our endpoints, my department has it managing passwords, online resources, firewalls and switches across multiple domains. This is made possible by RDM’s robust credential management and wide variety of entry types. […]

How to Optimize SQL Server Instances You Can’t Control

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As a database professional, you know the standard procedure when one of your SQL servers is slow; collect data and identity bottlenecks, then modify queries, indexes or pertinent configurations to try to speed things up. If you can go through this process quickly, test your changes, deploy your solution to production, and verify that it […]

New Remote Desktop Manager 13 Feature: Move Rights

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Don’t you hate it when you KNOW that an entry should be in your database, but no matter how hard you search – frantically opening folder after folder, the fear building – it’s nowhere to be found, until you finally locate it under a folder it has nothing to do with, because someone on your […]

eG Enterprise version 6.3 from eG Innovations

In January, while Citrix Summit was going on eG Innovations released version 6.3 of their monitoring solution. There are several reasons Citrix and eG Innovations are important to each other. One of them is that Citrix Summit and Citrix Synergy is monitored by eG Enterprise. For eG Innovations, Citrix is an important vendor and many […]

The Hidden Reason for Poor Database Performance

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As companies transform themselves by utilizing a mix of digital technologies, they are faced with increasing amounts of data.  From additional data sources (such as social media for a consumer oriented company or sensor data for a manufacturing company) to leveraging more historical data (for determining seasonal pricing trends), companies are using more data in […]

Remote Desktop Manager Spotlight on Move Rights – Video

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The Move Rights lets you determine which individual users has the right to move entries in your database in Remote Desktop Manager. This video is from the fine folks at Devolutions.

White Paper: Business Transaction Monitoring – Not the Be-All and End-All of APM

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Business transaction monitoring is a critical component of application performance monitoring (APM). It helps application owners get visibility into . Using byte code instrumentation and tag-and-follow-techniques, APM tools trace transactions through the application architecture (application servers, databases, and extern service calls) and pinpoint the server-side tier causing slowness. Then, with code-level visibility, developers can easily […]

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