The Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization Platform can play diverse roles in a master data-management initiative, making many data sources look like one.
The cloud is more than a marketing concept. Cloud computing is an intentional, integrated architecture comprising a suite of tools that help automate your business operations on a service-provider’s infrastructure, your infrastructure, or a hybrid combination of both.
Over the past ten years, enterprises have seen enormous gains in scalability, flexibility, and affordability as they migrated from proprietary, monolithic server architectures to architectures that are virtualized, open source, standardized, and commoditized.
Cloud computing is redundant and resilient; no single server failure can bring down your business. It can support applications-from email to sales automation-your employees rely on to get business done.
With so much depending on the enterprise's data, it's no surprise that protecting data and ensuring its availability is a high priority for enterprise IT departments. But protecting it has become increasingly difficult.
Are you considering a subscription to one or more of Red Hat's JBoss® Enterprise Middleware platforms? Are you forced to consider other vendors' middleware offerings and searching for information on how to differentiate between them?
Open source integration software in the enterprise: an innovative, vendor-neutral, and safe approach
Deploying open source software successfully in an enterprise environment requires careful evaluation. Not all open source software is designed for enterprise use, and not all open source communities serve the unique needs of enterprise development.