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  • Maximizing the Efficiency and Security of Container-based Virtualization
    Maximizing the Efficiency and Security of Container-based Virtualization
    Tom Spencer and Veer Muchandi Recorded: Jul 18 2017 52 mins
    Until recently, a large majority of the virtualized data center infrastructure used hypervisors. This was especially the case in enterprise datacenters. But the hyperscale cloud infrastructure drove up the need for using commodity hardware and open source software, largely driven by the need for cost control and ease of deployment. Containers have emerged as a strong and viable alternative to hypervisors. Containers are seeing a rapid increase in deployment within software defined datacenters, largely driven by its ability to deliver true bare metal performance without the cost, complexity and overhead of hypervisor based virtualization.

    Solarflare XtremeScale Software-Defined NICs are a unique solution for Containers providing maximum efficiency, performance and security. Using a hybrid approach, Solarflare supports both kernel mode for an efficient Container solution while simultaneously offering a kernel bypass option to accelerate applications and networking, increasing scalability and providing both telemetry and security on a per-Container basis.
  • What is Lossless Network Capture, and Why it’s Vital to Your Mission
    What is Lossless Network Capture, and Why it’s Vital to Your Mission
    Scott Schweitzer and Les Davis Recorded: May 2 2017 42 mins
    It’s commonly said in packet capture that the one packet you miss is ALWAYS the most important packet. That’s why lossless network packet capture is a vital component in the security and performance of your mission. Today given the huge traffic volumes common in most missions it’s not surprising to learn that many monitoring tools never see a complete picture of what it is they’re really monitoring. It is challenging to launch a forensic investigation into a problem knowing that perhaps some pieces of the puzzle may be missing.

    Please join us to learn how lossless network packet capture from Solarflare can provide agencies with an effective means of natively enhancing the security, and performance of their mission systems and applications.
  • "The Wire Can’t Lie" - Empowered by Solarflare’s New SolarCapture Product Range
    "The Wire Can’t Lie" - Empowered by Solarflare’s New SolarCapture Product Range
    Ramzi Zabaneh Recorded: Mar 14 2017 43 mins
    “The Wire Can’t Lie”: From packet data to network management wisdom, empowered by Solarflare’s new SolarCapture product range

    This webinar will cover:
    - Consolidated network monitoring can be used to rapidly identify, isolate and solve application and business problems in finance, service provider and government networks, with typical use cases

    - Both ROI and flexibility can be optimized through the powerful feature set of the new SolarCapture turnkey solution, with 40 GbE lossless-to-disk packet capture provided in an open platform

    - SolarCapture is special, key products, functionality and options in the SolarCapture family, as well as details on upcoming product features
  • Enhancing Performance and Security of Mission Apps with Enhanced Networking
    Enhancing Performance and Security of Mission Apps with Enhanced Networking
    Scott Schweitzer, Bob Gourley Recorded: Jan 31 2017 46 mins
    It has been said that latency breeds contempt, this is especially true in the defense and intelligence communities where seconds can be the difference between life and death. In order to keep pace with rapidly evolving mission demands, agencies are constantly advancing their capabilities in the areas of distributed analytics and private cloud. Today, agency compute infrastructures rely on networking, not only for the delivery of content to end users, but increasingly for the distributed real-time processing of mission critical data. However, the server market, once dominated by differentiated offerings from a myriad of OEMs, has been commoditized by the adoption of virtualization and cloud computing technologies and services. While this commoditization has led to countless new analytic capabilities, it has also shifted the focus away from the hardware components and onto the software stack which has, in turn, created inefficiencies in both the overall performance and security of deployed systems.


    Join us to learn more about how enhanced networking capabilities from Solarflare can provide Agencies with a cost effective means of natively enhancing the performance and security of mission systems and applications.
  • The Latest Tools for Faster Networking from Solarflare
    The Latest Tools for Faster Networking from Solarflare
    David Riddoch Recorded: Oct 12 2016 49 mins
    Solarflare has recently launched a new range of high performance Ethernet network adapters. Join this webinar to learn about the new features and performance enhancements, including the new TCPDirect TCP/UDP stack which has been designed specifically to meet the needs of ultra-low latency applications. The presentation will show which techniques and technologies are best suited to different scenarios, and include practical advice on how to get the best out of Solarflare's technologies.
  • TCP on FPGA made practical and fast
    TCP on FPGA made practical and fast
    David Riddoch, Chief Architect and Co-Founder, Solarflare Recorded: Dec 3 2015 62 mins
    TCP stacks for FPGAs are costly today; both in monetary terms and in the amount of resources they consume on the FPGA itself. In this webinar, David Riddoch will present Solarflare's patented ANTS technology and AOE network adapters which enable extremely low latency, while scaling to large numbers of concurrent TCP connections and consuming a fraction of the resources.
  • MIFID II is coming! How Solarflare can help you comply
    MIFID II is coming! How Solarflare can help you comply
    Richio Aikawa - Senior Marketing Manager, Partner & Solutions | Adam Darby - International Technical Sales Manager Recorded: Sep 25 2015 33 mins
    MIFID II requires a company to keep electronic transaction logs with greater resolution/accuracy than previously. This webinar examines how Solarflare helps fulfill these requirements with PTP, Hardware time stamping and Capture.
  • The X Factors of Accelerating Network-Based Applications in RHEL Containers
    The X Factors of Accelerating Network-Based Applications in RHEL Containers
    Jeremy Eder, Red Hat; Richio Aikawa, Solarflare; David Riddoch, Solarflare Recorded: May 7 2015 63 mins
    The How-To’s of installing, configuring and tuning Docker-formatted Linux containers running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 with Solarflare OpenOnload application accelerator and achieving bare metal network performance in Docker containers. In addition, an overview on OpenOnload, a Linux-based, Open Source, high-performance network accelerator for TCP- and UDP-based applications and container-related enhancements specific to Red Hat’s distribution, such as the atomic utility, the implementation of “super-privileged containers” (SPC) will be presented.

    Presenters:
    - Jeremy Eder, Principal Software Engineer & Network Performance Lead, Red Hat
    - Richio Aikawa, Senior Marketing Manager, Partners & Solutions, Solarflare
    - David Riddoch, Ph.D., Chief Architect, Solarflare
  • Next Generation Networking to Achieve High Quality Multimedia Content Delivery
    Next Generation Networking to Achieve High Quality Multimedia Content Delivery
    Richio Aikawa, Senior Marketing Manager, Solarflare; Fardau van Neerden, Sr. System Engineer, RTL Nederland Recorded: Feb 18 2015 54 mins
    As online content continues to grow in quality and at an explosive rate, there is an increased demand for high performance, reliable and scalable network solutions. This webinar will provide insight to a successful use case by RTL Nederland, a trendsetting Dutch multimedia company on how to enable higher networking capacity and throughput to deliver high quality multimedia content for live streaming and on demand videos.
  • The Road to Virtualized Network Functions
    The Road to Virtualized Network Functions
    Richio Aikawa, Senior Marketing Manager & Steve Stubbe, Virtualization Team Lead Recorded: Aug 13 2014 45 mins
    One of the emerging virtualization technology trends is virtualizing network functions, i.e., performing network functions within a virtual machine either as a virtual appliance for the entire virtualized server or within each virtual machine as a VM specific network function. This webinar discusses operating the Solarflare SolarSecure Filter Engine as a virtualized network DDoS mitigation function and demonstrates a deployment use case for a VMware environment.

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