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Licensees leverage mature Oracle application, rather than replace them

Licensees find existing on-premise applications “meet business needs” and cite “high licensing and maintenance costs” and “no strong business case” as top reasons for not migrating to Oracle Cloud/Fusion applications.

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Software frustrations

Software vendors need to adapt to meet enterprise user demands, including software delivered as a service and accessibility across multiple devices.

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Businesses must invest in application portfolio analysis to future proof their legacy systems

Advanced 365 white paper states Integrated Application Portfolio Management (IAPM) solutions can improve productivity by up to 40%.

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Application management offers savings

Capgemini research report shows that the combination of best practices in application management can lead to IT savings of up to 37% to enable digital investment.

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Gigamon extends visibility

Gigamon has introduced a new traffic visibility solution for OpenStack/KVM-powered clouds, which provides tenants and administrators extended traffic visibility into private and service provider cloud environments.

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Increased service availability and operational efficiency

Intelligent infrastructure management provides real-time status and management of 6,000 intelligent ports used by 22 transit lines.

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Eighty-five per cent of organisations have adopted, or plan to adopt, a product-centric application...
Refining network monitoring vital in optimising performance but cost issues remain.
Kela is the Finnish government agency responsible for the distribution of social security benefi...
Combines with portfolio company HEAT Software.
Best practice customer contact solution, based on Avaya and Verint technology, set to realise oper...
CA Veracode has released the latest State of Software Security (SOSS) report. The study includes pro...
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How to Adopt an AIOps Strategy: CA Interview with Chris Kline

CA Technologies’ Chris Kline shares how to adopt an AIOps strategy in a DevOps world. Chris shares how AIOps enables a move away from siloed operations management and provides intelligent insights that drives automation and collaboration for continuous improvement. Since AIOps leverages big data, data analytics and machine learning to provide insight and enable a higher level of automation, no longer does IT Ops need to depend extensively on human operators for the management tasks that modern infrastructure and software require.

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