BBVA has its head in the cloud. Through a partnership with Red Hat, announced today, the global bank has designed and deployed an automated cloud based on Red Hat’s OpenStack Platform. The new cloud will allow the bank to have a “highly scalable” infrastructure to support faster digital services and applicationsRead More
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Google is offering up its machine-learning infrastructure to “cool fintech startups.” The Google Cloud Computing allows for massive — and we mean massive — database queries, and offers the infrastructure to build deep machine-learning at scale. Rene-Paul Lafarie, a Google System Engineer with requisite long beard, said this Cloud Computing systemRead More
IBM executives Ken Muckenhaupt and Chris Spaight sat down to talk IT in financial services. Their ten-minute chat spans marketing, security and larger banks selling IT services to smaller banks. Cloud-computing, an IBM specialty, is called a game-changer, and, Muckenhaupt said, “The game change occurred this year.”
Although the core problems enterprise companies face haven’t changed, modern applications and complexities in the IT infrastructure mean they require different technical solutions and data gathering approaches. Armed with this understanding you’ll be in a better position to decide what you require.
Throughout the past year, the adoption of cloud technology has exploded among both large and small financial institutions in search of a solution to improve security, profitability and business continuity. There are still banks, however, that are apprehensive about making the jump to a new technology delivery system. Don’t getRead More
It should come as no surprise that more and more organizations are focused on meeting customer service expectations, guaranteeing end-to-end business process delivery and modernizing their IT infrastructures. But what does this mean for IT operations teams?
Can you tell if a business process is failing or slow because of process design issues or technical issues? INETCO Insight can tell you that along with which step failed, who was affected, how many dollars were at risk and whose problem this is – All On One Screen!
Now, That is Application Performance Monitoring!
Chief Information Officers (CIOs) are ultimately responsible for ensuring that IT investments are closely aligned with strategic business objectives. In this, the final installment in the six part series, we’ll focus on how, through transaction-based application performance monitoring, the CIO has well-defined relationships between IT performance and metrics specific to business outcomes. And that is what is ultimately needed for smooth sailing, even in the roughest seas.