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Analyst Report

"By 2020, more than 50% of global enterprises will be running containerized applications in production, up from less than 20% today."

"I&O leaders deploying containers for critical use cases need operational tooling to manage application development life cycle. We evaluate the capabilities and use-case fit of leading container management solutions."

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Solutions Brief

Historically, the options for modernizing legacy applications have been limited to retiring, refactoring, re-writing or replacing these apps. Problem is, these efforts are usually very expensive, require extensive, time-intensive developer commitment, frequently suffer from scope creep or don’t show value quickly.

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"Server workloads in modern hybrid data centers use private and public cloud computing and require a protection strategy different from end-user-facing devices. Security and risk management leaders should use risk-based models to prioritize evaluation criteria for cloud workload protection platforms."

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Webinar

2017 is being called the Year of Hybrid Cloud—even Gartner states that “Hybrid will be the most common usage of the cloud.” But what does this mean for your IT organization? What about your current IT investments? How much value can you still expect from your on-premises datacenter? And what’s to be done about your existing applications?

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Enterprises today are tasked with managing their legacy applications while at the same time challenged to modernize their IT all while working within budget restraints. Achieving a secure, hybrid single solution is the goal but until recently it has been virtually impossible to achieve. Listen as Mark Thiele, Chief Strategy Officer at Apcera and Ralph Loura, Chief Technology Officer at Rodan + Fields share with IT leaders at Gartner Data Center, Infrastructure & Operations Management Conference how Apcera is working with Rodan + Fields to identify and prioritize applications for modernization.

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Analyst Report

"Apcera addresses three top of mind enterprise objectives: securely deploying containers in production and at scale; modernizing legacy Linux-based x86 workloads and applications to enable them to run on modern cloud infrastructures; and designing and writing an application once and then running or moving it anywhere, across infrastructures (e.g.,various cloud scenarios including on-premises)."

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Analyst Report

"This IDC Vendor Profile analyzes Apcera, a company competing in the CAP and developer services segment of cloud services. It reviews key potential success factors for Apcera's platform offering, including the company's market potential, technology/solution, go-to-market and product strategies, and differentiators, and provides essential guidance for technology adopters."

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Whitepaper

This paper is based on the presentation Legacy Application Modernization: Bringing Business Critical Applications to the Cloud. Speakers David Williams, Principal at Williams and Garcia, and Henry Stapp, Director of Product Management at Apcera, shared strategies and best practices for application modernization with enterprise IT leaders. This paper captures key takeaways, quotations and materials taken directly from the event.

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Whitepaper
Apcera is a flexible, enterprise grade container management platform that can deploy, orchestrate and govern containers and legacy applications across on-premises, cloud and hybrid environments. As a fully integrated turnkey solution for today’s enterprises, only Apcera offers industry-leading agility and time-to-value without sacrificing security or control. View Platform Overview
Whitepaper

In 2013, Docker burst on the scene full of promises. Promise of a simple user experience for a set of Linux components (the container) that would provide better hardware utilization. Promise of lightning-quick application startup times. Promise of a new way to package applications and their dependencies. Promise of choice between hosting environments. Promise of portability between development and production, and so on.

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Webinar

While cloud adoption is one of the fastest growing trends in IT, most enterprises still spend significant time and resources managing legacy applications. Legacy applications and architectures are more costly and cumbersome to maintain than their cloud native counterparts; however, these applications are core to the business and can not be abandoned.

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Analyst Report

Apcera has understood from the beginning that running applications with trust is critical for production environments. It also addresses key modern trends such as loosely coupled, micro-service-based applications, use of on- or off-premises platforms, and the need to run legacy Linux-based workloads.

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