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IDC prediksi IT Automation lebih berfokus kepada user.

In December 2014, the International Data Corporation (IDC) hosted the IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Cloud 2015 Predictions. During the web conference, a number of bold predictions were made based on a new IDC FutureScapereport surrounding the state of technology, expected changes over the next year and how business leaders can make the most of what is to come for their own growth and future success. Among those predictions, a clear picture of the increased role of automation emerged. More specifically, the report revealed the expectation that IT process automation will continue to become more user-focused. Of the many mentions of IT process automation’s role in the not-so-distant future, one particular statistic stood out amongst the rest: “By 2017, 25% of IT organizations will formally support a ‘consumer tier’ to allow workers to develop their own personal automation.” What this essentially refers to is the fact that not only is automation expected to become much more accessible, but i…

BIG DATA & IT Automation, kombinasi pas!

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Over the past several months there has been a lot of hype around ‘Big Data’, yet many IT professionals are not familiar with exactly what this term means, and particularly what it means for them. Let’s take a moment to examine just what Big Data is, and furthermore, how automation can drive Big Data to achieve successful results. In other words, how can you combine the value of IT Process Automation (actions/responses) with Big Data (insights/results) to really benefit your organization? What is Big Data? Wikipedia defines Big Data as “a collection of data sets so large and complex that it becomes difficult to process using on-hand database management tools.” In simplest of terms, Big Data is an all-encompassing term that is used to describe the growth, availability and use of information. The challenge lies in how businesses can capture, store, share, visualize and analyze this information in a way that is both efficient and effective. In 2012, the IT research and advisory firm Gartne…

Integrasikan Eyeshare dengan SCOM2012

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With System Center Operations Manager 2012 (SCOM 2012) and eyeShare you can now monitor IT systems, network and services and react to operational problems or proactively manage IT tasks better and faster than ever before. Operations Manager will help you identify and resolve problems by telling you which monitored objects are not healthy. It will send alerts when problems are detected, and provide information to help you identify the cause of a problem and possible solutions. Watch the SCOM 2012 Integration on YouTube: However, if you got this far, why not take one step further and automate the resolution of problems too? Why not remediate IT incidents automatically, and proactively schedule IT maintenance tasks? eyeShare lets you do all this, with a smooth SCOM 2012 integration. For example, you can schedule repetitive IT tasks such as disk space cleanup and file operations, or you can automatically remediate problems such as locked Active Directory accounts. Using eyeShare’s bi-dire…

Menghubungkan Sisense dengan Splunk

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The ElastiCube Manager enables easy and quick access to Splunk. The steps below detail how to connect to this type of data source. Click Add data in the top menu of the ElastiCube Manager.Under the Database Servers category, select Splunk. You will be prompted to enter the following information:Database server location: Enter the computer/server IP address which holds the Splunk instance.Select either Windows Authentication if configured with the database or alternatively, Use the Following User Name & Password, and enter the database credentials. Click Connect to Server. A list of available Splunk instances will appear in the list box below. Select the relevant Splunk instance you want to work with and click OK. All saved searches associated with the Splunk instance will appear in a new window. To preview data contained in a particular Splunk search, highlight the search in the list and in click in the Preview pane. To preview the search, select the Preview checkbox. Select the check…

5 tahapan mengelola data marketing Manufacture

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A 5-Step Approach to Managing Your Manufacturing Marketing Data Good data is the driving force behind successful marketing. Data can be analyzed to determine what your customers are looking for, what will drive them to purchase, and to establish a best prospect profile. According to a report by GlobalSpec, the primary marketing goals for manufacturers are customer acquisition (43%) and lead generation (29%), with 54% planning to increase marketing spend. However, many firms in the manufacturing industry are overwhelmed with the sheer volume of data they face on a daily basis. And in a challenging economy, getting this data under control is imperative to sustain a competitive advantage. As data tends to accumulate from many sources within the organization, it develops specifically for each individual department’s needs. Formats vary, discrepancies develop, and a multiple of application systems are created to support the growing data. The larger the company, the stronger the risk is for…

Gunakan Business Intellegence tanpa kuatir bandwidth

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I was at DataWeek/API World in mid-September 2014 (last week at the time of this writing) and saw some interesting things, almost entirely around Big Data. The two items that stood out for me, were the Graph DataBase system Neo4j (which I wish I had time and a reason to dig into more), and SiSense, who absolutely blew my mind. Ever since I first heard of Hadoop and researched it, it seemed like a very poor solution. Way too much work, detached data, not real time, reliant on IT to put their queries together, etc.. SiSense saw this issue as well, but they addressed it in a totally different, two pronged approach. This isn’t a product review, but rather an overview of the technology and possibilities. SiSense is a provider of Business Intelligence (BI) technology, that includes a back-end powered by “in-chip” technology that easily enables non-techies to access and analyze large data sets from multiple sources, and a front-end for creating dashboards and reports that will display on an…