Dell EMC's Sai Devulapalli, D-Wises's Joey Leveille, Quotient's Lenin Gali & Tessa Chen
To stay competitive, leading organizations realize the potential value in data and they’re making a strategic commitment on how they choose to plan, optimize, and create long-term value around their data. This Data First approach is the fuel that is driving digital transformation and is rapidly becoming the greatest asset companies can have; at Dell EMC we call this Data Capital.
While we can all agree on Data Capital’s importance to modern organizations, it can be challenging to make use of this data due to the difficulty in collecting and storing it, making it securely accessible, and finally extracting actionable value from it. This is where Dell EMC Isilon differentiates itself as the vehicle to simplify this process and enable data analytics that fully monetize data by enabling organizations to make better, timelier decisions.
In this webinar, we’re going to discuss how Dell EMC’s modern infrastructure provides the ideal environment for getting the maximum value out of your data with analytics. You’ll hear from two of our customers who will discuss how Isilon has accelerated their digital transformation journey.
Quotient, is revolutionizing the coupon industry with digital shopping analytics. Their Data Lake solution delivers personalized digital coupons and ads to 40% of US households driven by POS and online engagement of millions of shoppers. Quotient leveraged Isilon and Cloudera to keep up with extremely rapid data growth and speed delivery of analytics to constantly improve the digital experience.
D-Wise, helps life sciences firms accelerate their drug development and clinical trials with increased speed and efficiency. Their SAS analytics solutions sitting on top of Isilon deliver a flexible, high performance, and affordable platform that handles the most data-intensive computations while making it easier for clinical statisticians to derive insights.
Whether you are looking to refresh your protection strategy at your enterprise's remote office locations or you are looking to bring cloud enablement to your business’ small or mid-sized IT environment for the very first time – you know that you can trust your mission critical data to Dell EMC. Join us to learn about Dell EMC Data Domain DD3300, the newest member of the modernized Data Domain family. DD3300 delivers simple and comprehensive protection storage that is cloud ready with support for DD Cloud Tier for long-term retention & DD Cloud DR for disaster recovery. DD3300 enables you with efficient multi-site scalability – all at entry-level pricing. Mark your calendars now!
We will cover the latest copy management functionality for Oracle databases and file systems on UNIX and Windows Server as well as improved Dell EMC VMAX storage management and easier to use log files. You can also learn about the latest addition to AppSync supported storage platforms.
In the era of digital business, IT managers are increasingly responsible for delivering results that drive the success of their business. To achieve this, it is imperative that IT organizations implement a modern storage infrastructure that enables them to increase agility and thereby gain a competitive advantage. In this webcast, experts from Enterprise Strategy Group and Dell EMC will describe the key attributes and benefits of a modern storage infrastructure.
MozyPro now supports bare metal restores (BMR) for Windows physical servers. BMR is a super-fast way to get a bare metal server back up and running should a disaster occur. The Mozy BMR feature should be part of your business continuity plan.
Join us for an hour-long webinar about BMR—Mozy’s newest feature.
Join David Lombardi from Dell EMC Global Technology Office and Mike Adams, Sr. Director, Cloud Platform Product Marketing at VMware, along with Steve Duplessie, Founder and Senior Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group, for an in depth discussion on latest trends and challenges with respect to VMware data protection and how Dell EMC and VMware are making it easier to protect virtualized workloads, even as more mission critical workloads are becoming virtualized and public and private clouds are increasingly becoming a central part of the IT environment.
Attendees to this webinar will:
•Find out what your colleagues are worried about with respect to protecting VMware workloads
•Hear about the latest innovations from VMware, including VMware Cloud on AWS
•Learn about best practices and technological innovations from Dell EMC to protect all VMware workloads, including high IO mission-critical applications, and cloud workloads
Dell EMC commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study and examine the potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by deploying Dell EMC All-Flash storage. The purpose of this study is to provide readers with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of Dell EMC All-Flash storage solutions on their organizations. To better understand the investment benefits, costs, and risks, Forrester interviewed four current customers who have deployed Dell EMC All-Flash storage solutions in their organizations. Join us to review the findings.
Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning are powering the next wave of business innovation. From self-driving cars, to algorithmic trading, to genome analysis and beyond organizations are finding new ways to transform their data into actionable intelligence and drive competitive advantage.
Please join us on February 6th for a discussion around best practices and design implications of Deep Learning architectures. Isilon CTO Keith Manthey will discuss how Dell EMC is helping its customers leverage Deep Learning in enterprise environments and answer questions around best practices. As AI and Deep Learning adoption grows, the supporting infrastructure strategy has never been more important. Don’t miss this great chance to learn from an expert in this new technology segment!
About the Presenter:
Keith Manthey, Dell EMC CTO of High Performance Data Analytics
Keith is a CTO at Dell EMC with a specialty in High Performance Data Analytics. With over 25 years of high performance computing and large scale analytics experience, Keith holds multiple patents around distributed computing and graph analytics technology. Keith is an advisory board member of the University of Georgia’s Management of Information Systems School.
Are you thinking about new year resolutions for your IT organization/infrastructure? Join us to discuss emerging trends in enterprise storage and learn some insights that can help you with your next infrastructure investment.