Throughout our glorious history, many people have tried to predict our future either through generic – often cryptic – lyrics or through firm believe based on current knowledge.
Most famous for his deeds in this category is probably Nostradamus, a French physician, author, translator, astrological consultant, but more than anything: A dreamer!
His claim to fame is basically based on 2 facts: Continue reading “Stop trying to predict the future”
A rapid rate of change complicates every facet of datacenter management, and server-centric compute models are too cumbersome for today’s highly variable workloads. Is it possible to optimize resources and operations in such dynamic environments? In this presentation, learn how to replace manual, hardware-defined application provisioning and management with a highly automated, software-defined resource model and orchestration layer that enables flexibility, simplified on-demand capital efficiency, and lower TCO. Continue reading “Data Center IT Agility and Control”
A major evolution of the previous search function, EasySearch in FNT Command 10 represents a crucial step up in usability. Complex systems can be navigated intuitively, quickly, and efficiently with just a few clicks.
While the search field may seem basic, it actually offers global access to the entire repository. It is therefore possible to run high-speed searches through CI classes, master data, file attachments, netspider objects, and metaschemas. Results are displayed with system attributes and type plate information for easy identification. They can also be filtered using a range of categories and opened directly in the respective modules. Continue reading “FNT Command 10 – EasySearch”
Under the motto “Successful Together” the first FNT User Group meeting was held on April 15 and 16 at FNT headquarters in Ellwangen. 60 participants from 37 companies found their way to Ellwangen to share their knowledge and use cases involving FNT software products with other users as well as product experts from FNT. Continue reading “Successful Together – A look back to the first FNT User Group Meeting on 15 / 16th April 2015”