Unleash Mainframe Applications by Augmenting New Channels on AWS with IBM Z and Cloud Modernization Stack
The IBM mainframe remains a widely-used enterprise system, hosting core business-critical applications for the world’s leading banks, airlines, insurers, and more. Learn how to unleash the value of core business applications and data running on mainframes by exposing them as industry standard RESTful APIs with a no-code approach. Take advantage of these APIs using IBM Z and Cloud Modernization Stack to enable cloud-native applications in AWS to securely interact with mainframe applications and data.
Many SAP enterprise customers have deployed data lakes to optimize manufacturing outcomes, track business performance, improve forecast, and accelerate product lifecycle management. The initial process of data extraction involves bringing data from commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) applications and non-COTS applications. Learn how the Atos AWS Data Lake Accelerator for SAP helps customers build a scalable data lake for SAP systems such as SAP S4/HANA or SAP ECC.
Once data is available in Amazon Redshift Serverless, businesses typically look at ways to turn data into business insights. This is where modern analytics providers such as ThoughtSpot provide value. With its powerful AI-based search, live visualizations, and developer tools and APIs for sharing embedded analytics, ThoughtSpot democratizes access to data by providing self-service tools for all users. Learn how to create a connection between Amazon Redshift Serverless and ThoughtSpot.
IBM Z and Cloud Modernization Stack on AWS provide a cloud-native experience to modernize development practices, helping developers adopt a unified set of tools and DevOps methodology. Learn how the Wazi components available in IBM Z and Cloud Modernization Stack provide modern experiences for analyzing, developing, and testing mainframe applications in an isolated way, implementing the DevOps philosophy for developers to gain speed and flexibility.
We know that data can help organizations get closer to customers and unlock new revenue streams. But in order to monetize data, companies need to be able to trust it. Collibra Data Intelligence Cloud helps organizations build trust in data across any source, for any user. Learn how Collibra Data Quality (DQ) on AWS is core to this solution, enabling organizations to get the added benefit of cloud-scale combined with a rich set of features.
IT teams are always exploring solutions to increase their existing investments and looking for solutions that answer business needs in line with IT objectives. Learn the benefits of adopting a composable customer data platform (CDP), discover ActionIQ’s Customer Experience (CX) Hub, and understand how ActionIQ and Amazon Redshift enable a composable CDP. This helps technical teams extend and enhance existing technology investments to manage data governance, costs and performance.
Learn how the Heimdall Database Proxy can be configured to provide customer query routing for Amazon RDS for Postgres, although any SQL database type including Amazon Redshift can be supported. This provides a single Heimdall Proxy endpoint to access data for multiple customers from multiple databases, transparently. Heimdall Data provides functionality needed to support many complex database environments, and solves many of the challenges in scaling database access.
To reduce the technical complexity and manual processes needed to build pipelines that meet various security policies, Fivetran offers flexible connection options to securely and reliably move enterprise data from source to destination. Fivetran runs on AWS and can support customers syncing data from databases and to destinations hosted on AWS, including the Amazon Redshift data warehouse. Integration with AWS PrivateLink also allows customers to send data without using the public internet.
Enterprises require the ability to be proactive on modern governance challenges. The difficulty is knowing what data you have, where it’s located, its business value or risk to the organization, and how it can be protected. The Smarsh Enterprise Platform enables companies to capture, retain, analyze, and act on the “signals” in communications that are most critical to the business. These include compliance and brand risks and may expand to include security threats, cultural indicators, untapped revenue opportunities, and more.
DevSecOps teams are responsible for providing enhanced infrastructure observability while ensuring they have the ability to respond to security events in a matter of minutes across the entire organization. To address this challenge, Sumo Logic and AWS collaborated to build a solution that provides end-to-end security and incident management (SIEM) across an enterprise using AWS Organizations. This SIEM solution is based on the AWS Security Reference Architecture.