Dell is committed to helping customers turn the proliferation of data into a competitive advantage. We offer pre-integrated systems and services that speed deployment and reduce time to value for running SAP HANA workloads.
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Skilled at leveraging big piles of data for business value, banks have long been considered innovators for their use of analytics to tackle such critical banking functions as risk management, price discovery and fraud detection. However, things are different today.
Please join our first Lunchtime Live Demo May 10th at 1.00 – 1.45 pm EDT (UTC-4 hrs). With that series, we want to introduce you to innovative (startup) companies that provide exciting solutions for the cloud (consider this a community service for the broader cloud community).
Recently, in response to a user question in the TechCenter forum, Dell Linux Engineering's on-site field engineer from Canonical, Kent Baxley, wrote detailed instructions on how to use OpenManage Essentials to begin monitoring PowerEdge systems running Ubuntu Server.
Under Dell’s Enterprise Solutions group, our charter includes to build Pre-validated, efficient and Simplified IT solutions for customers. Today we are publishing new solution – “Oracle Database Backup and Recovery Using Dell Storage Snapshot Technologies”.
Please join us today May 7th, 2013 at 3pm US Central for a Dell TechCenter Chat about Dell Lifecycle Controller, our embedded server systems management solution. In today's chat we will cover the following:
On April 25, Canonical released Ubuntu Server 13.04, a.k.a. Raring Ringtail. Some of the new features in Ubuntu 13.04 include a rebase to the 3.8 kernel, the latest OpenStack release (“Grizzly”) and full support for OpenvSwitch.
WOW! What a performance by the Houston Rockets and the Boston Celtics last night’s game 5 wins. No team in NBA history has come back from being down 3-0 in a series. Someone has to be the first, Right? Which team will win the Thunder-Rockets first-round playoff series?