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Is it time for your clients to invest in Application Performance Management?

Streamlined application management offers significant value to clients struggling with complex IT environments. As well as ensuring the speed and reliability of mission critical applications, it dramatically reduces the time and costs associated with troubleshooting problems. Resellers have a significant opportunity to help clients improve the performance of their applications, thereby improving the productivity and

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Why Application Performance Matters

Application Management: A critical tenet to successful digital transformation To meet the challenges of digital disruption and drive competitive advantage your clients need fast, agile, and reliable applications. The proactive monitoring and management of application performance can ensure the delivery of efficient, integrated and reliable business applications and services. Alternatively, poor application performance will lead to

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Oracle delivers real-time analytics for ISVs with Database In-Memory

Oracle launches new partner program to coincide with Database In-Memory release Oracle has launched Database In-Memory which enables independent software vendors to deliver real-time analytics and increased transactional performance. The introduction of Oracle Database In-Memory gives ISVs the ability to accelerate their applications to deliver faster insights, analysis and reporting, while producing speedier online transaction

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ZTE to Support Telkom Indonesia in Java Backbone Network Upgrade

ZTE’s industry-leading DWDM/OTN solutions to be deployed to upgrade Java backbone network to next-generation 100G SHANGHAI, Jun 12, 2014 (BUSINESS WIRE) — ZTE Corporation (“ZTE”) (h share stock code:0763.HK / A share stock code), a publicly-listed global provider of telecommunications equipment, network solutions and mobile devices, is pleased to support Telkom Indonesia in Java backbone

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Nimble nearly nudging $200m: Claims all-Flash grunt with partial iron

Storage midichlorians seem to favour this youngster Hybrid array high-flier Nimble Storage has upped its revenues by 110 per cent annually – but deepened its losses by 109 per cent, as it eschews profits for growth. In its first fiscal 2015 quarter revenues were $46.5 million compared to $41.7 million in the previous quarter and

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Arista Finds Market in High Frequency Trading

If you’ve been following the news lately, algorithmic trading, also known as high frequency trading (HFT), has been getting a lot of attention. In a nutshell, high frequency trading uses supercomputing technology to make money from short-term fluctuations in market demand. This is accomplished by aggregating tiny profits over large numbers of transactions. The key

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Deal done in 176 nanoseconds

Original Source A British company has developed a network switch that runs applications and assembles Ethernet traffic just-in-time for the high-frequency share trading market, claiming it reduces latency 25-fold. Argon Design uses the Arista Network X7124 application switch featuring an Altera field programmable grid array (FPGA) circuit that has hardware access to eight of the 24 ten

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MIT Prototypes Zippy Flash-FPGA Hybrid Storage Array

Original Source Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, working with funding from server maker Quanta and flash chip maker Samsung, are combining flash storage and field programmable gate arrays in a new way that is yielding a peppy and scalable storage cluster that rivals that bandwidth and low latency of very high-end storage area

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Deterring Amplification Attacks: Identification to Targeted Remediation

Over the past few weeks we’ve been helping customers who’ve been experiencing unusual spikes in traffic on their resolvers. Data obtained using Vantio Real Time Visibility andquerystore commands revealed a substantial increase in the number of ANY queries, in some cases hundreds of millions. Additional data showed the names being queried turned very small DNS questions into very

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