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  • Does Cloud Equal Better Security and Compliance? Does Cloud Equal Better Security and Compliance? John Mutuski, Director of IS – Teladoc, George Gerchow, Director of Security Products - Sumo Logic Recorded: Jul 21 2016 62 mins
    We're sure you've asked yourself this at least once in the last week...or maybe more. #TheStruggleIsReal

    Agile development, speed, application-uptime, modern apps – the list of needs and wants from teams supported by security goes on and on. To help enable these teams meet these challenges quickly and efficiently, the cloud seems like the perfect fit. Yet, the thought of moving to the cloud makes some people a little uncomfortable – kind of like online dating.

    This is where we come in! We’ve brought together two security industry experts and a leading security professional to talk about the pros and cons of moving to the cloud.

    Join this unconventional webcast to:

    Learn how to bake security in from the beginning of the application lifecycle
    Focus on securing the data and ease storage location concerns
    Realize your compliance checklist doesn't equal security
    Learn how the Director of Information Security from Teladoc, Inc., made the decision to secure his PCI compliant data in the cloud with Sumo Logic
  • Security Approach to Baking Security into Your Digital and Cloud Initiatives Security Approach to Baking Security into Your Digital and Cloud Initiatives Mark Bloom Director Product Marketing, Compliance and Security Sumo Logic Recorded: Jul 21 2016 56 mins
    A move to the cloud can help your team scale faster, innovate, and also provide users continuous delivery. And taking a cloud first, security first approach allows you to work tight knit security features and controls into cloud initiatives from the ground up - including AWS security.

    Learn how to build your sound security strategy by attending our webinar where we will cover:

    How the cloud is changing the security paradigm
    Cloud security analytics and best practices
    How digital disruption is changing the market landscape
    How to get deep visibility into AWS Logs
    Leveraging threat intelligence in the cloud
    Managing SaaS-based business applications
    Sure the thought of putting sensitive company data in a public cloud can be scary - #crazyscary! Kind of like online dating. But the good news is that it doesn't have to be scary or expensive!
  • The Benefits & Challenges of Building Cloud-Native The Benefits & Challenges of Building Cloud-Native Robert Mahowald Group Vice President IDC, Christian Beedgen CTO & Founder Sumo Logic, Inc. Recorded: Jul 21 2016 61 mins
    Have you ever found yourself wanting to build something new and innovative, but struggling with where to start or how to overcome the obstacles? Is your company trying to push towards cloud-native architecture and you’re unsure of how to begin that journey?

    More often than not teams see great tools but aren’t sure how the developers of those tools got there. Enter stage left our two modern technology experts. Robert Mahowald, Group VP at IDC, brings to the table more than 20 years of technology expertise and has a track record of understanding trends and “the next big thing.” Christian Beedgen, founder and CTO of Sumo Logic, is a technology veteran who has spent his career building innovative applications that are able to scale leveraging the latest tools available. We’ve pulled their brain power into a single webinar to dive into the ins and outs of building cloud-native.

    Listen in on this webinar as our experts engage in an interactive discussion on how to build an innovative, cloud-native application. In this conversation, they cover off on:

    The aftermath of the latest wave of digital disruption and what it means for modern applications
    How to build a solid foundation for an application that will scale
    Tips and tricks to combat common challenges when building a modern application
    Best practices for ensuring that your application will remain healthy and competitive throughout its lifecycle
  • Break the Silo: Transform Logs and Metrics Into Real-time Insights Break the Silo: Transform Logs and Metrics Into Real-time Insights Ben Newton, Principal Product Manager Sumo Logic, Inc. Recorded: Jul 21 2016 48 mins
    You know the feeling – it’s 4:00AM, your app is down, and you’re on the hook to fix it. The last thing your tired eyes need are multiple tools to sift through for insights to get you answers. Wouldn’t it be great if you could have all your machine data – your logs and metrics – correlated in a single tool?

    We all know the world is changing – as businesses make the move to the digital world, software is now the primary source of innovation and engine for business growth. This increasing rate of innovation comes with a laser focus on agility on modern applications to drive the business. It’s clear today’s app ain’t your daddy’s app. Teams have become cross-functional and collaborative, but the tools available for monitoring and troubleshooting apps simply can’t keep up – and that’s where we come in.

    Sumo Logic recently announced the industry’s first cloud-native machine data analytics platform powered by machine learning technology, that can natively ingest and analyze both structured metrics data and unstructured log data together in real-time. What does this mean? Now, you can have instant access to the full analytics breadth for modern applications – from code to end-user behaviors to move with the speed and agility necessary to compete in today’s digital business world.

    Don’t believe it’s possible? Listen in on our on-demand webinar as we take a closer look into this breakthrough platform and discuss:

    How the rise of the modern application is changing the way we all work
    Why you can’t afford to use siloed tools for monitoring and troubleshooting
    How integrating logs and metrics data can lead to real-time continuous intelligence for richer operational, business and customer insights
    A live demonstration of the first ever unified logs and metrics platform
  • Improving Your Build, Test and Release Cycles with Modern Tools Improving Your Build, Test and Release Cycles with Modern Tools Matt Heusser, and Michael Floyd, Sumo Logic’s Head of Developer Programs Recorded: Jul 21 2016 57 mins
    In this informative discussion Matt Heusser will walk through a day in the life of a software tester and share common practices that have led to failed release cycles. Next, Michael Floyd, Sumo Logic’s Head of Developer Programs will show how Github statistics can be used to gauge the health of your release process, provide indicators of team productivity, and understand the impact of process change.

    What you will learn:

    The advantages of versioning automated checks with your code.
    How Docker Images can be used for testing.
    How to anticipate the potential risk/volatility of a release.
    Use Github statistics to understand the impact of process change, and provide indicators of team productivity
    Identify potential security breaches, and secure your organization’s intellectual property
  • Pro Tips for AWS Migration - Featuring Hearst Corporation Pro Tips for AWS Migration - Featuring Hearst Corporation Pauly Comtois VP Hearst Business Media and Alan Shimel Editor-in-Chief DevOps.com Recorded: Jul 20 2016 63 mins
    "It is inevitable. If you haven’t already it won’t be long until you are part of a project to migrate to the cloud. For many that means moving some or all of your data to AWS. Sounds easy but many a migration as gone south quickly for a variety of reasons. Moving and living in the cloud is a different animal. Designing and living in a cloud footprint is going to require a different way of doing things, from process, to tools to policy, change is inevitable. So how do you adapt and save valuable time and money by avoiding the idiot tax?

    In this premiere webinar Alan Shimel, editor-in-chief of DevOps.com will be joined by Pauly Comtois of Hearst Corporation who has led several successful cloud migrations. Pauly will provide us the pro tips you need for a successful migration. What common pitfalls to avoid, how to avoid them and what tools will you need to update when moving from on prem to the cloud. Save yourself the aggravation and learn from someone who has been there and done it. For instance, your logging tool of choice on premises may not fit the bill for the cloud. What about Cloud security? Management? Compliance? All issues that Comtois has had to face at Hearst.

    Pauly will share his 6 most important pro tips on AWS migration and discuss other things to be mindful of as well as answer your questions. Watch this webinar to hear from our experts on their best tips for organizations who are preparing and planning for an AWS migration or are in the midst of one."
  • How to Protect Your AWS Applications from Attackers with Security Analytics How to Protect Your AWS Applications from Attackers with Security Analytics Peter Varhol and Mark Bloom Recorded: Jun 24 2016 52 mins
    How do you secure your data and user information when it is in the cloud? As more organizations move critical workloads to AWS, security of that data becomes incredibly important, forcing organizations to consider what steps they take to ensure that data is secure at all times.

    For many, the answer comes through security analytics. The end goal is to monitor your servers and traffic to understand who is accessing you site, how they are doing so, and if they are getting access to your data and user information. This means monitoring incoming traffic and system logs to determine if and how attackers are approaching your application. Having a robust security analytics solution becomes key – without the proper tool, this crucial data can become noise and disguise key anomalies within the data that indicate a security problem.

    Listen in on this webinar in which Sumo Logic and Peter Varhol, industry expert, go over key best practices on how to protect your AWS applications from attackers and dive into how your organization can begin to leverage the power of security analytics and machine data to better secure your data in the cloud. In this webinar, we will discuss how to monitor your applications in the cloud, how to determine what data is important, and how to respond to a potential attack using the power of security analytics.
  • Monitoring Docker Containers in a Devops Context Monitoring Docker Containers in a Devops Context Chris Riley, Fixare I/O - Faisal Puthuparackat, Druva - Michael Krieger, Slashdot Media Recorded: Jun 20 2016 56 mins
    DevOps teams are challenged with monitoring, tracking and troubleshooting issues in a context where continuous integration servers and DevOps tools emit their own logging data. This challenge is especially apparent for developers who are building applications in Docker. Machine data can come from numerous sources, and CD tools may not agree on a common method. Once log data has been acquired, assembling meaningful real-time metrics such as the condition of your host environment, the number of running containers, CPU usage, memory consumption and network performance can be challenging.

    View this on-demand webinar to hear from our experts on the importance of log data in providing full-stack visibility for developers building applications using Docker containers. This webinar will also detail how a solution like Sumo Logic’s cloud-native log management solution can provide real-time visibility that will be critical during the development process.
  • Protecting Your Data and Customers by Ensuring PCI Compliance for Your Apps Protecting Your Data and Customers by Ensuring PCI Compliance for Your Apps Sean Michael Kerner, Senior Editor at QuinStreet Mark Bloom, Director Product Marketing, Sumo Logic Recorded: Jun 16 2016 60 mins
    Payment card fraud is big business for organized groups of hackers around the world, and the costs of data breaches continue to rise for consumers, banks, and businesses. That’s why organizations of any size that process, store, or transmit payment card data are required to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), which aim to prevent such sensitive information from falling into the wrong hands. Failing to achieve PCI Compliance is not only damaging from a compliance perspective, but can also be damning from a brand and customer base perspective.

    For organizations striving to achieve or maintain PCI compliance, meeting each of the individual requirements can be difficult and overwhelming. Among the more challenging PCI requirements for many organizations is Requirement 10. This requirement mandates that organizations centralize, review and retain their network and application log files and then protect those logs so they cannot be deleted or modified.

    Complying with Requirement 10 can be quite a burden for many IT organizations because of the volume, variety and velocity of data that are part of the modern IT infrastructure that powers many digital initiatives. Organizations looking to meet PCI compliance requirements must find a solution that can easily aggregate their data in a secure manner and provide the ability for users to easily pull insights and metrics from this body of data.
  • DevOps Tools in a Continuous Delivery Pipeline DevOps Tools in a Continuous Delivery Pipeline Chris Riley - DevOps Analyst Recorded: Jun 10 2016 40 mins
    Is your team ready for continuous code delivery? In today’s “there’s an app for that” environment, business units demand new and competitive features as quickly as they can think of them. However, even though the adjectives used to describe DevOps – release, speed, automation – are all about moving forward, doing so without an idea of where you’ve been or where you’re heading leads to unsustainable development operations.

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