Accelerated business outcomes with Google Cloud and Veeam.

August 20, 2021

Business Challenge Your organization’s lifeblood is its data. To continue to outpace competitors and deliver organizational results, you’re tasked with cloud acceleration to simplify data management, lower backup storage expenses, and ensure data and applications are highly available. Sounds simple but consider that you will need to migrate and secure existing workloads from on premises to the cloud, while continuing to protect data that may need to remain on premises. Additionally, you will need to ensure that any new services delivered natively via the cloud are safeguarded, alongside any virtual workloads, wherever they may reside!

Solution Overview “Better Together” Security in the cloud is a shared responsibility between the cloud provider and the customer. Google Cloud is committed to doing its part to protect the underlying infrastructure, but the onus of securing your workloads still rests with you. Jointly, Google Cloud and Veeam® help you do just that by providing solutions that enable you to: • lower storage costs by tiering on-premises backup data to Google Cloud Storage (GCS), • seamlessly migrate and replicate on premises VMware solutions to Google Cloud VMware Engine (GCVE) • mitigate risk by providing native backup andrecovery for Google Cloud Platform (GCP) IaaS instances.

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Packet Systems Indonesia

Packet Systems Indonesia (PSI), which commenced operations in 2004, is a leading ICT systems integrator and service company in Indonesia focusing in the area of Data Center/Virtualization, Collaboration, Service Provider & Enterprise Network Infrastructure, Information Security, and Software Solution. Its spectrum of advanced services include assessment; technical advisory; planning & design; project management, deployment, integration; and maintenance.

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AWS Outposts High Availability Design and Architecture Considerations

whitePaper | August 12, 2021

This whitepaper discusses architecture considerations and recommended practices that IT managers and system architects can apply to build highly available on-premises application environments with AWS Outposts. This paper is intended for IT managers and system architects looking to deploy, migrate, and operate applications using the AWS cloud platform and run those applications on premises with AWS Outposts. It introduces the architecture patterns, anti-patterns, and recommended practices for building highly available systems that include AWS Outposts. You will learn how to manage your AWS Outposts capacity and use networking and data center facility services to set up highly available AWS Outposts infrastructure solutions. AWS Outposts is a fully managed service that provides a logical pool of cloud compute, storage, and networking capabilities. With Outposts, customers can use supported AWS managed services in their on-premises environments, including: Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS), Amazon Simple Storage Service on Outposts (Amazon S3 on Outposts), and other AWS services on Outposts. Services on Outposts are delivered on the same AWS Nitro System used in the AWS Regions. By leveraging AWS Outposts infrastructure solutions, you can build, manage, and scale highly available on-premises applications using familiar AWS cloud services and tools. AWS Outposts is ideal for workloads that require low latency access to on-premises systems, local data processing, data residency, and migration of applications with local system interdependencies.

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Security & Cloud Operations for Automation Anywhere Enterprise Cloud

whitePaper | November 14, 2019

Automation Anywhere customers can now reap the full benefits and flexibility of running automation in a secure public cloud infrastructure with our new Enterprise Cloud solution. This provides a full suite of options to our Enterprise customers to run automation on premise and over the public cloud. The new Enterprise Cloud solution comprises an integrated Control Room and BOT creation service hosted on our Enterprise Cloud and the ability to deploy and run cloud-connected BOT Runner nodes on the customer’s infrastructure via a secure and encrypted channel. Our Enterprise Cloud solution provides the same functionality as the Enterprise Edition solution deployed by the customer on their infrastructure but is, instead, deployed and operated by the Automation Anywhere cloud operations team. This ensures that customers can rely on our cloud operations team to monitor and scale the supporting cloud infrastructure on demand. Customers can now benefit from multi-node, high availability infrastructure that powers SLA-driven performance and business continuity, even when there are dramatic swings in automation workloads.

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Adobe Experience Manager as a Cloud Service Security Overview

whitePaper | December 16, 2021

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) as a Cloud Service is a modern, cloud-native application that accelerates delivery of omnichannel personalized experiences throughout the customer journey. Built upon a container-based infrastructure that offers API-driven development and a guided DevOps process, AEM as a Cloud Service allows IT to focus on strategic business outcomes instead of operational concerns.

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VMware Cloud on AWS Networking and Security

whitePaper | January 13, 2022

This information is intended for anyone who wants to use VMware Cloud on AWS to create an SDDC that has the networking and security infrastructure necessary to migrate workloads off premises and run them securely in the cloud.

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Cellular IoT in the 5G era

whitePaper | February 26, 2020

The 3GPP-based global cellular networks are connecting things-to-things and things-to-persons across borders. Many industries are experiencing the benefits ofcellular IoT, for example in the consumer electronics, automotive, railway, mining, utilities,healthcare, agriculture, manufacturing and transportation sectors. There are over 1 billion cellular IoT connections today in 2020, and Ericsson forecasts around 5 billion connections by 2025.With 5G in the market, almost every industry is exploring the potential of cellular connectivity for fundamentally transforming businesses. In some regions, governments are encouraging adoption of IoT via direct and indirect incentives to promote sustainability,innovation and growth.

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Oracle Database Appliance X8-2S / X8-2M

whitePaper | November 25, 2019

Oracle Database Appliance is an Oracle Engineered System that saves time and money by simplifying deployment, management, and support of database solutions for organizations of every size. Optimized for the world’s most popular database Oracle Database it integrates software, compute, storage, and network resources to deliver database services for a wide range of custom and packaged online transaction processing (OLTP), in-memory database, and data warehousing applications. All hardware and software components are engineered and supported by Oracle, offering customers a reliable and secure system with built-in automation and best practices. In addition to accelerating the time to value when deploying database solutions, Oracle Database Appliance offers flexible Oracle Database licensing options and reduces operational expenses associated with maintenance and support.

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Spotlight

Packet Systems Indonesia

Packet Systems Indonesia (PSI), which commenced operations in 2004, is a leading ICT systems integrator and service company in Indonesia focusing in the area of Data Center/Virtualization, Collaboration, Service Provider & Enterprise Network Infrastructure, Information Security, and Software Solution. Its spectrum of advanced services include assessment; technical advisory; planning & design; project management, deployment, integration; and maintenance.

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