Enterprises are increasingly turning to analytics to gain greater insight into operational systems and processes, and thus improve business performance.
Standardization is critical to maintaining control over IT infrastructure.
A tight and uncertain economic climate has prompted organizations to seek out low-cost yet effective ways to meet their needs for application and data integration.
In this case study, analyst firm IDC interviewed a large service provider to airlines about the path the company is taking to migrate from UNIX to Linux® and standardize much of its IT on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux. Download the whitepaper to read what they had to say.
Understanding Linux Deployment Strategies: The Business Case for Standardizing on Red Hat Enterprise Linux
This study by industry analyst firm IDC quantifies the operational cost savings and productivity benefits that organizations realize when they standardize their Linux® environments on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux.
SAP SD Benchmark running in a virtual machine — leadership performance using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
The SAP Sales and Distribution (SD) Standard Application Benchmark has become a de facto standard for evaluating the performance of many enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions.
This solution brief reviews the benefits of Red Hat® Enterprise Virtualization 3 on IBM System x. IBM System x is designed to run Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, offering better performance and scalability.
By easing the process of integrating business events into automated decision-making, JBoss® Enterprise Business Rules Management System (BRMS) is helping organizations incorporate real-time awareness into their applications and implement the high levels of automation needed for today’s fast-paced
Datacenters need the ability to integrate systems and share data across the enterprise. An integration bus is the technology used for middleware-based integration. Middleware integration needs vary in complexity, data volume, and required performance.