Informatica Cloud Fall 2016 - R26 Release

Informatica

Join the Informatica Cloud product team to find out what's new in the Fall 2016 release and explore all the key capabilities. The Fall 2016 release includes various new capabilities and enhancements expanding the potential of Informatica Cloud data and application integration, core platform, data management and easy connectivity to provide outstanding performance, scalability and efficiency.
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Spotlight

Until recently, enterprise-grade disaster recovery had been prohibitively expensive for most organizations. Thanks to the rapid development of cloud infrastructure, organizations can now attain top-of-the-line disaster recovery capabilities into AWS at a fraction of the cost. An enterprise-grade disaster recovery (DR) solution is no longer something that is nice to have.


OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Build your First IoT Application with IBM Watson IoT

Janakiram & Associates

Watch this webinar recording to learn how to build your first connected application. I will walk you through the key steps involved in building your first IoT application in the cloud with IBM Watson IoT. At the end of the session, you will gain an understanding of registering devices and sending messages to the cloud via MQTT.
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Hybrid Cloud Basics: Get Control & Visibility for All your Apps

Citrix

Applications are moving to the cloud; they are either migrating from the data-center or they are being developed as cloud native applications. In addition, driven by micro-services architectures and DevOps, the components which make up cloud-native applications are getting more numerous, more distributed and need to be dynamically managed.
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VDI and the Cloud

Pluralsight

In this free webinar, Exchange MVP and Pluralsight Instructor J. Peter Bruzzese goes over whether Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is the future of IT, as well as details alternative solutions to VDI and the reasons you might want to pursue those alternatives.
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Workload Migration Considerations For Hybrid Cloud Architectures

Many businesses are considering hybrid architectures to take advantage of cloud computing's scalability and availability characteristics. In most cases the consideration is for public access to be handled in the cloud with requests to be satisfied by applications running in private managed data centers. Logically, this is a great solution for businesses that cannot or are not ready to move their data completely into the public cloud. Here's a checklist of things to consider when choosing to migrate workloads to a hybrid cloud architecture.
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Spotlight

Until recently, enterprise-grade disaster recovery had been prohibitively expensive for most organizations. Thanks to the rapid development of cloud infrastructure, organizations can now attain top-of-the-line disaster recovery capabilities into AWS at a fraction of the cost. An enterprise-grade disaster recovery (DR) solution is no longer something that is nice to have.

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