This e-book lays out the case for machine learning and artificial intelligence for mainframe operational analytics. The mainframe is now part of a highly complex connected ecosystem driving trillions of mobile and web transactions critical to the functioning of the application economy.
Having a local data center gives you full control over your infrastructure, but adding capacity takes massive amounts of time and money. Conversely, a cloud-based data center offers unlimited infrastructure on-demand on a pay-for-use basis, making it an attractive option. However, most organizations today can't just rely on one or the other.
Together, NetScaler ADC and NetScaler MAS help IT identify faults across all of your ADC environments, enabling you to utilize the data center resources that you need so that you can maintain application performance-and keep costs down. In addition, NetScaler provides integration with automation and cloud orchestration systems to support application rollouts with self-service capabilities.
This eBook will focus on considerations that you should make when deciding on an ADC solution that can not only survive these changes, but help create opportunities for innovation as the enterprise strives towards digital transformation. This guide will help you understand the changes that are currently underway, and enable you to invest with confidence as you plan your application delivery strategy for the next five-year cycle.
NetScaler AppFirewall can be used in conjunction with NetScaler Security Insight to provide an overall view of security posture, a summary of factors contributing to the level of threat imposed on applications, and actionable data that security teams can use to mitigate security risks, maintain integrity, and achieve compliance.
As SD-WAN adoption continues to gain ground and go mainstream in 2017, the majority of initial enterprise deployments will be hybrid, leveraging both MPLS and a complement of broadband connectivity. Many enterprises already have some level of broadband connectivity to branch and remote locations, but these links often remain idle or are relegated to backup or disaster recovery (DR).
With the right SD-WAN solution, broadband internet service are secure enough for the enterprise. Read this eBook to learn six ways to use a secure SD-WAN solution to improve network security and compliance.
Not all SD-WANs are created equal. Find out why.