Hi [[ session.user.profile.firstName ]]

Evaluator Group

  • Date
  • Rating
  • Views
  • 2018: Trends in Information Storage and Management
    2018: Trends in Information Storage and Management Randy Kerns, Sr. Strategist, Evaluator Group Recorded: Feb 14 2018 49 mins
    There are many developments going on in the industry for storing and managing information. This webinar will cover the major trends, explaining the development and status as well as the potential impact on data center environments. Technologies such as advanced flash and storage class memory and enabling software and systems for digital transformation will be covered. Randy will give the industry analyst view of the trends and provide background on the maturity and adoption.
  • Crossing The Digital Transformation Chasm
    Crossing The Digital Transformation Chasm Shailesh Manjrekar, Sr. Director, Product & Solutions at Vexata, Frederic Van Haren, Senior Analyst at Evaluator Group Recorded: Feb 13 2018 58 mins
    Leverage Vexata Active Data Fabric Ecosystem for AI, Deep Learning, Machine Learning and Cognitive Pipelines

    Digital Transformation is cutting across industries and making a profound impact in our lives. Data is the new oil, however, businesses need a different approach to drill this oil, in a way it impacts the business processes positively and instantaneously. Existing datacenter infrastructure falls short in meeting the requirements of these new distributed and massively parallel pipelines and datatypes and need to evolve.

    Several trends are proving to democratize Digital Transformation vision and technologies are emerging as building blocks. Notably Convergence of HPC, Big Data Analytics, and Artificial intelligence markets, driven by GPU computing, open sourcing of ML / DL frameworks, Distributed architectures, faster storage media like NVMe and 3D-Xpoint and faster networking with NVMeOF are fueling these trends.

    Join this webinar and learn about the latest industry trends, vertical use cases and how Vexata with its Active Data Fabric ecosystem is uniquely positioned to help its customers cross the chasm.

    Webinar takeaways:
    1. Future of Analytics – move from descriptive to prescriptive and now to cognitive, leveraging Deep Learning, neural nets, streaming paradigms
    2. Business Value of Digital Transformation – remain competitive, survive and thrive.
    3. Remove infrastructure bottlenecks, particularly as they pertain to storage and data management when using AI, Deep Learning, Cognitive pipelines for use cases across verticals like:
    - EDA / Manufacturing
    - Media and Video Analytics
    - Genomics, Precision medicine
    - Speech Recognition
    - Industrial IoT
    - Financial and Security Analytics
    - Retail Customer Churn / Sentiment Analysis
  • Multi-Cloud Storage: Addressing the Need for Portability and Interoperability
    Multi-Cloud Storage: Addressing the Need for Portability and Interoperability John Webster, Senior Partner, Evaluator Group, Mark Carlson, SNIA CSI Co-Chair, Alex McDonald, SNIA CSI Chair Recorded: Dec 12 2017 43 mins
    In a recent survey of enterprise hybrid cloud users, the Evaluator Group saw that nearly 60% of respondents indicated that lack of interoperability is a significant technology-related issue that they must overcome in order to move forward. In fact, lack of interoperability was chosen above public cloud security and network security as significant inhibitors. This webcast looks at enterprise hybrid cloud objectives and barriers with a focus on cloud interoperability within the storage domain and the SNIA’s Cloud Storage Initiative to promote interoperability and portability of data stored in the cloud.
  • HPC, Big Data and Digital Transformation: Driven by Artificial Intelligence
    HPC, Big Data and Digital Transformation: Driven by Artificial Intelligence Frederic Van Haren, Sr. Analyst and HPC Practice Lead, Evaluator Group Recorded: Dec 7 2017 60 mins
    High-Performance Computing (HPC) paradigms were born from the need to apply sophisticated analytics to large volumes of data gathered. The rise of open source and increased affordable hardware offerings helped Big Data to become an alternative approach.

    As HPC and Big Data continue their own trajectories, they borrow ideas and learn from each other. How does artificial intelligence impact this and how can these technologies benefit one another in 2018 and beyond?
  • What is "Software-Defined" & Why Should You Care? (It’s More than Just SDS)
    What is "Software-Defined" & Why Should You Care? (It’s More than Just SDS) Eric Slack, Sr. Analyst, Evaluator Group Recorded: Aug 15 2017 39 mins
    The term “Software-Defined" sounds like marketing hype but this technology is behind much of current IT systems’ advanced features and functionality - really. And, it didn’t start with software-defined storage. In this webinar Evaluator Group Sr. Analyst, Eric Slack, explains where software-defined came from, how it’s shaping IT infrastructure and what you can expect from this technology.
  • Storage Architectures for IoT
    Storage Architectures for IoT John Webster, Sr. Analyst, Evaluator Group Recorded: Jun 13 2017 46 mins
    Internet of Things applications present a complex challenge to the supporting storage infrastructure: large volumes of streaming data that often need to be analyzed in real time.

    IoT storage requires performance at scale and at a cost that won’t put projects out of reach. Join this webinar with John Webster, Sr. Analyst and data storage technologies expert, for a look at these requirements in more detail and new ways to prioritize them with today's storage technologies.
  • Datacenters and Storage Models of the Future
    Datacenters and Storage Models of the Future Randy Kerns Recorded: Jan 24 2017 53 mins
    Every new or recycled idea that comes along is going to be the ‘only way things are done in the future' according to some. This narrow view has been offered in the area of storing and managing information since modern computing began. The reality is much more messy. Different approaches for handling information are used and in reality, the processing and management of information use mostly unrelated solutions. This BrightTalk session will look at evolving datacenters and how information is handled including the storage technologies employed. There will be different approaches that will be discussed as part of the presentation.
  • The Private Cloud Appliance Landscape
    The Private Cloud Appliance Landscape John Webster, Sr. Analyst with Evaluator Group Recorded: Nov 16 2016 48 mins
    While the public cloud has been extremely nimble for service delivery, private clouds also offer rapid deployment options with the added benefit of greater control. Many ways to get to the private cloud are now available to enterprise IT developers and administrators ranging from do-it-yourself to complete turnkey appliances located on and off premises. In this webinar we outline the deployment models currently available to users and highlight some of the offerings currently available.
  • The Software-Defined Data Center - What It Is and Why It Matters
    The Software-Defined Data Center - What It Is and Why It Matters Eric Slack, Sr. Analyst, Evaluator Group Recorded: Sep 22 2016 22 mins
    The term Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) is making the rounds in the IT world. But while most companies may never actually build an SDDC, it’s important that IT organizations understand what this concept means and what it says about the future of IT infrastructure. In this 30 minute webinar, Evaluator Group Sr. Analyst, Eric Slack will define the software-defined data center concept, give some examples of software-defined products and technologies and discuss what how companies of all sizes can take advantage of this trend.
  • Hyperconverged – What is it, What it can do and How the Enterprise is using it
    Hyperconverged – What is it, What it can do and How the Enterprise is using it Eric Slack, Sr. Analyst, Evaluator Group Recorded: Jul 20 2016 44 mins
    Hyperconverged infrastructures combine compute and storage components into a modular, scale-out platform that typically includes a hypervisor and some comprehensive management software. The technology is usually sold as self-contained appliance modules running on industry-standard server hardware with internal HDDs and SSDs. This capacity is abstracted and pooled into a shared resource for VMs running on each module or ‘node’ in the cluster. Hyperconverged infrastructures are sold as stand-alone appliances or as software that companies or integrators can use to build their own compute environments for private or hybrid clouds, special project infrastructures or departmental/remote office IT systems.

    Learning Objectives
    Understand what hyperconvergence is – and is not
    Understand the capabilities this technology can bring
    Discussion of where this technology is going
    How and where it is being used in the Enterprise

Embed in website or blog