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Dan Kern |
How many times do software developers need the ability to debug their application on a live server? Most developers have great code profiling tools used against their local development working environment, though are often challenged to get similar data from a fully deployed application environment. The unit tests may have passed and given good results in the local development environment, though... + continue reading
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Samuel Sharaf, Solution Director West Coast Having lived and breathed in the IBM technology world for the last 10 years, I was intrigued when IBM made the announcement a few months ago (June 16th, 2009) about the CloudBurst appliance. The name of the appliance, CloudBurst, was an interesting one and what it could do almost sounded like magical. A device which can bring together hardware,... + continue reading
Prolifics |
It is election day in America and with the economy being the central theme, all of us are reminded of the words made famous by James Carville during the Clinton campaign of 1992 – “It's the economy, stupid”. Today, IT Departments around the world are coming to an important realization as they try to align their solutions to their respective business clients – A... + continue reading
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IBM Tivoli Federated Identity Manager (TFIM) simplifies application integration by providing single sign on between disparate web applications, so the users do not have to share their passwords or re-enter them. TFIM uses various protocols to achieve federation, which include SAML, WS-Federation, and OpenID. Our Security LoB has been invited by IBM to participate in a beta program to implement... + continue reading
Prolifics |
Recently, Prolifics delivered an innovative solution that leverages IBM PureApplication Systems, a platform system launched in 2012 that is designed and tuned specifically for transactional Web and database applications. Working closely with IBM, Prolifics delivered one of the first successful IBM PureApplication Systems solutions to date to our customer, a financial services company. This... + continue reading
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Samuel Sharaf, Solution Director West Coast In the previous blog entries we discussed the IBM offering for establishing private clouds i.e. the CloudBurst device and its configurations. In this final part of the blog series, I will discuss the other cloud computing options, specifically open source and how they compare to the IBM offering. Besides IBM, the other big players in the cloud... + continue reading