Using Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring

July 20, 2019

Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring is built on Oracle Management Cloud’s secure, unified data platform and provides proactive monitoring for your entire IT infrastructure. As an administrator, you can perform status and health monitoring across tiers and be alert‐ ed about issues, troubleshoot and resolve them before they affect users.

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Infocrossing

Infocrossing, Inc., A Wipro company, is the only end-to-end IT Infrastructure Management solution company that offers large and mid-market customers an Enterprise Delivery Model to expertly manage the burden of vital daily operations so our customers can focus on their strategic goals.

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Top 5 Things to Ask Your Data Center About Compliance

whitePaper | January 14, 2020

Choosing the right colocation partner is critical, especially when it comes to compliance. When you’re outsourcing your data center needs, understanding your colocation provider’s compliance, security, availability and integrity are of upmost importance. A colocation provider mitigates risk through physical and environmental controls from an operational and security standpoint. Ensuring proper maintenance and operation of critical infrastructure, along with upkeep and continual improvement of a physical security program, are part of a comprehensive compliance program. This new report from Iron Mountain provides details on what the company sees as five of the top things to ask your data center provider about compliance:

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Data Infrastructure for IoT White Paper

whitePaper | August 11, 2022

Over the years of delivering IoT infrastructure software for enterprises, we have found that enterprises mostly build single IoT applications in a scenario-first manner. However, with the gradual maturity of IoT technology, the data generated by massive devices in the IoT era provides a richer data base for enterprise digitization. As the data generation subjects shift from human behavior to device state, the IoT era will face more real-time stream data, and its volume will expand from TB level in the mobile Internet era to PB or even EB level.

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The Power of Now: Gaining Deep and Timely Insights with Performance-Intensive Computing Infrastructure

whitePaper | August 19, 2022

Data-driven insights form the basis on which organizations can gain competitive differentiation now and in the future. Externally, competitive differentiation is delivered via new products and services or existing products and services continually enhanced via new user engagements and experiences. Internally, differentiation can be achieved via streamlining and optimizing business operations. Being data driven is compressing time to value of insights, thereby creating top- and bottom-line impact on the business.

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Managing the IT Modernization Elephant A bite-sized approach to digital modernization

whitePaper | August 31, 2022

There’s an old saying, “How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.” In some cases, the task of technology modernization is akin to eating an elephant. Government agencies are filled with legacy applications, many of which have been heavily customized over decades of operation. While moving to modern, cloud-based infrastructure and increasing cybersecurity are necessary, IT leaders often feel overwhelmed by the enormity of the task of modernizing legacy applications. It can be difficult to determine where to start when faced with such an extensive effort.

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Migration Strategies for the Core Infrastructure of Telco Operators

whitePaper | March 3, 2020

As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to expand, operators are considering network migration to meet this growing demand. As a result, the NFV/SDN market is growing considerably, with Ovum estimating that the market will reach $48.2 billion in 2023. There are undoubtedly many benefits to network migration, including:

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Aging Data Centers and Why Enterprises Shouldn’t Retrofit Them

whitePaper | June 15, 2022

Data creation, consumption, and the need to store and process it may have no foreseeable end, but a data center facility has a closing date. Data centers can last 20 to 30 years, but its economically productive lifespan often caps at 10-15 years. Too often, enterprises attempt to squeeze as much life out of their data centers as possible despite drawbacks.

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Infocrossing

Infocrossing, Inc., A Wipro company, is the only end-to-end IT Infrastructure Management solution company that offers large and mid-market customers an Enterprise Delivery Model to expertly manage the burden of vital daily operations so our customers can focus on their strategic goals.

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