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  • 2017 Trends in Mobility 2017 Trends in Mobility Brian Partridge, Research Vice President - Mobility Recorded: Jan 17 2017 57 mins
    Mobility in 2017 is all about 5G, which is not just another “G” – its scope is far larger. Previous G’s focused on increasing bandwidth and latency to support Mobile Internet consumption patterns accelerated by universal adoption of smart devices. The revolutionary attributes of 5G converge the latest innovations in network, cloud, and devices in a way that has never been done before. 5G’s impact will be far reaching across industries generating massive value not possible in previous technology shifts. Ultra-broadband communication and computing power will combine and extend across networks and devices such that information and computing power will be instantaneously available.

    Join Brian Partridge, Research Vice President for Mobility, as he explores how this will catalyze a wave of innovation in applications, services and functions built to run on the new 5G infrastructure.
  • 2017 Trends in Information Security 2017 Trends in Information Security Scott Crawford, Research Director, Information Security Recorded: Jan 12 2017 57 mins
    Security is changing. New innovations are making defenses such as anti-malware more of a reality than ever before, while yesterday’s incumbents are being remade through new acquisitions as well as selloffs of their legacy security businesses. So what’s next for security? For one thing, the scale of IoT security risk has finally been revealed – while the threat of ransom may provide attackers an alternative if malware becomes less viable. Will security’s innovations be ready enough, soon enough to protect enterprises from today’s emerging threats?

    Join this session with Scott Crawford, Research Director for Information Security, to find out why 451 Research has rated all 6 of 2017’s key security trends as “high impact.”
  • Hyperconverged Infrastructure: 2017 State of the Union Hyperconverged Infrastructure: 2017 State of the Union Henry Baltazar 451 Research Director of Storage ; Kiran Sreenivasamurthy VP, Product Management at Maxta Recorded: Jan 11 2017 60 mins
    HCI continues to be the hottest segment in infrastructure. Rapid data and workload growth coupled with relatively flat budgets are forcing organizations to consider alternatives to traditional infrastructure offerings. HCI has emerged as alternative offering to satisfy the needs of customers both in central data centers and in remote offices. On January 11, 2017 join us for a webinar discussing the current state of the market. The webinar will cover:
    · Challenges facing enterprise infrastructure professionals
    · Market drivers
    · Use cases for HCI
    · Delivery options for HCI (Appliances and Software)
    · Recommendations for deployments
  • 2017 Trends in Datacenters 2017 Trends in Datacenters Andy Lawrence, Research Vice President - Datacenters Recorded: Jan 10 2017 48 mins
    Datacenters are at the core of the Digital Transformation revolution. Operators are increasingly adopting new technologies and techniques to ensure they remain relevant and competitive in the new world of IT. Pacesetters are driving efficiency, agility and connectivity, while automation, rackscale architectures, cloud-based analytics and distributed resiliency are also evolving rapidly.

    Join Andy Lawrence, Research Vice President for Datacenters, to examine how these evolving datacenter technologies will shape the market and competitive landscape in 2017.
  • Architecting Microservices for Data-Driven Applications Architecting Microservices for Data-Driven Applications Donnie Berkholz, Research Director at 451 Research & Jonathan Gray, Founder and CEO of Cask Recorded: Dec 15 2016 55 mins
    The need for modular, scalable applications, and the ability for IT devops organizations to work on different parts of an application at a different pace with limited impact across their teams, have been fueling the creation and development of microservices. Yet, one of the biggest challenges of a microservices architecture, driven by the rapid convergence of application integration and data integration, is the integration of a growing amount of fragmented, siloed data with microservices. In this webinar, Donnie Berkholz, Research Director at 451 Research, and Jonathan Gray, Founder and CEO of Cask, will discuss how to architect and deploy microservices for big data, apply these architectural blueprints to common big data use cases such as data lakes and IoT, and reduce the time to production for modern data-driven applications.
  • Lean and Mean – OpenStack Efficiencies for Large-Scale Clouds Lean and Mean – OpenStack Efficiencies for Large-Scale Clouds Peter Christy from 451; Nick Tausanovitch from Netronome; John Jainschigg from MIRANTIS Recorded: Dec 15 2016 52 mins
    Far from experimental days in the engineering lab, OpenStack has been deployed by Fortune 100 companies. Demand for larger, more efficient cloud networks show no sign of slowing down. In this webinar, we will discuss how OpenStack has evolved for large scale clouds and how HW offload via SmartNICs can increase the compute capacity by up to 6X.
  • Datacenter Trends in Australia, China, Hong Kong and Singapore Datacenter Trends in Australia, China, Hong Kong and Singapore Dan Thompson, Senior Analyst and Teddy Miller, Associate Analyst Recorded: Dec 15 2016 64 mins
    The multi-tenant datacenter market in Asia is expected to grow at a 15% CAGR from 2015-2020, and is the fastest-growing region after Latin America. 451 Research has been touring datacenters in Asia over the past two months in order to update our MTDC Market reports. In this webinar, we will discuss our findings on the key players and trends in the top markets of Australia, China, Hong Kong and Singapore. We will also preview our research plans for 2017, including the new Asian markets we expect to cover.
  • Solving Critical Security Problems with Behavioral Analytics Solving Critical Security Problems with Behavioral Analytics David Swift Principal Architect at Securonix ; Eric Ogren Senior Analyst at 451 Research Recorded: Dec 14 2016 58 mins
    Data-driven artificial intelligence and unsupervised machine learning can now answer the question that has plagued information security practitioners since day one: How do I know when something is happening in my environment that shouldn’t? This session looks at advances in behavioral analytics that address critical security problems such as insider threats, data theft, cybersecurity, and abuse of privileged access, to name a few. Featuring insights on how to use advanced analytics to detect threats that are invisible to traditional security measures.
  • SQL and Search: Impactful Results, Manageable Implementations SQL and Search: Impactful Results, Manageable Implementations Jason Stamper 451 Research Senior Analyst; Kevin Risden Apache Lucene/Solr Committer; Hadoop and Search Tech Lead Recorded: Dec 14 2016 58 mins
    Search engines have changed the way everyone accesses information. Apache Solr and Elasticsearch, two open source search engines built on Lucene, have enabled companies to integrate search for a variety of use cases. On the flipside, SQL has been the bedrock for analytics. Joining the power of search and SQL opens up search to users who are familiar with SQL. This combination of technologies allows companies to utilize existing SQL skills to implement innovative search that answer questions previously not possible.


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  • Who You Gonna Call? Arm the Service Desk to Ghost-Bust Issues Before They Occur Who You Gonna Call? Arm the Service Desk to Ghost-Bust Issues Before They Occur Chris Marsh, 451 Research; Chris Dunn, Easy Vista; & Bruce Aboudara, Scalable Software Recorded: Dec 13 2016 59 mins
    The Service Desk is at the frontlines of a changing landscape in IT. IT is now, more than ever, required to provide 100% uptime of their services, and provide them to users anytime and anywhere – thanks in large part to the growth in new consumer apps and services accessed through mobile devices.

    To support this demand the service desk must be aware of and prepared for several key trends:

    •Mobile. More and more, users are accessing their services through their mobile devices. Powerful trends are shaping the mobile world that will impact the Service Desk. We in the service desk must adapt, but what does that mean?

    •Service Availability. Users expect their services to always be up – just like they experience with their other mobile apps and should there be an issue, they expect it to be resolved immediately. What can the Service Desk to make this dream a reality?

    •New Technologies. Prompted by this need for always-on, mobile-available services, infrastructure teams are looking toward newer technologies such as public clouds, software defined networking (SDN), and hyperconverged architectures. How does this impact the Service Desk?

    Join, Chris Marsh, lead mobility analyst at 451 research, Chris Dunn, Global Director of Product marketing for EasyVista, and Bruce Aboudara SVP at Scalable Software as they discuss the key trends the service desk need to know about as well as actions the service desk can take to capitalize on those trends.

    If you have any questions, feel free to email Chris Dunn at cdunn@easyvista.com

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