Intel

Sanjiv-Agarwal

 

 

The world's data is doubling every two years, driving an expected 50-fold increase in data between 2010 and 2020. As these volumes grow, the variety of data types and the number of data sources are also rapidly expanding, creating more data silos and increased complexity in IT infrastructure.

 

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Introduction: Delivering analytics in the real-time business

Trends such as cloud, mobile and the Internet of Things(IoT) are creating a deluge of data. Extracting the insights hidden within that data presents limitless potential for business transformation and innovation.

 

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Five Steps to the data-driven Business

As organisation look towards embedding data-driven insights into the business, they can embrace the fact that the best technologyadoption rates come from being business driven- this is true for analytics. In this paper, we look at the steps necessary, based around a think big, start realistic policy.

 

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How solutions from Intel and SAP work together to enable dynamically tiered data storage and analytics

For decades, enterprises have relied on structured data stored in relational database to drive business decisions.

The Challenges of Big-data Analytics

 

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Bare metal may deliver fast big data results, but challenges remain with scaling, multi-tenancy and security. Virtualization can help unlock a wealth of big data value multiple projects.

Many organisation expect big data to yield opportunities across the enterprise

 

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Your Company is probably taking a hard look at how hybrid cloud can transform your business. Can it boost time to market? Drive more types of revenue? Help you complete more effectively? Hybrid cloud is gaining traction as the de facto compute model, enabling transformation through more agile innovation and serive delivery.

Companies need a hybrid cloud strategy and must begin by knowing what hybrid cloud environments are best to support services both in cloud and on-premises.

 

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The rapid pace of innovation in both public and private cloud platforms is driving strong adoption from enterprises that are building and modernizing the applications that create competitive advantage. Fifty-nince percent of companies today already use multiple public and private clouds to meet different serive, performance, and security needs - implementing a multicloud strategy. Leading companies create a true hybrid cloud by integrating apps, services, for greater workload portability on and off premises.

 

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Digital Transformation Requires...

EFFICIENCY, AGILITY, SECURITY

Build Your Hybrid Cloud Foundation on Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

 

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The traditional approch towards app coding required a focus on the underlying computing stack. Today, that legacy "infrastructure-up" model yields to an "application-down" approach thanks to the rise in cloud-based services. Intel IT's commitment to a hybrid-cloud strategy- taking advantage of both public and private cloud solutions for key workloads- is a paradigm shift in the way the company develops and accesses applications.

 

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maximize the business value of the cloud. That simple statement underlies a three year initiiative to transform Intel IT's Cloud Strategy.

We use application platforms to abstract underlying infrastructure and deployment details.

 

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Cloud technologies have improved time to market(TTM), lowered operational and capital expenditures, and proviided organizations with an ability to dynamically adjust provisioning to meet changing need globally.

 

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The cloud computing discussion has moved far beyond a simple question of whether to host an application on premise or in the public cloud. According to a recent by Microosoft and 451 Research, a third of all organization now work with four or more cloud providers.