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  • Cloud Migration: How to Weather The Data Storm
    Cloud Migration: How to Weather The Data Storm James Hodge, AVP Field Technology, EMEA, and Paul Davies, Senior EMEA Alliances Sales Engineer, Splunk Recorded: May 10 2018 12 mins
    Join this 10 minute live Q&A with Splunk cloud migration experts as they discuss how organisations are cutting through the fog to gain visibility into their cloud environments for monitoring usage, security, compliance and keeping control of costs.

    High visibility, low pressure.
  • Next-Generation Cloud Monitoring for AWS Workloads
    Next-Generation Cloud Monitoring for AWS Workloads Simon Ratcliffe, Andrew Bird, James Hodge and Benjamin Andrew Recorded: May 10 2018 37 mins
    Join this live panel discussion with experts from Splunk and AWS Marketplace to learn the latest trends and best practices for better cloud monitoring.

    Tune into this interactive Q&A session to hear from Cloud and Storage experts on:

    - How to ensure adherence to security and compliance standards
    - How to manage AWS costs
    - The benefits of analytics and visibility for your AWS workloads
    - Why moving mission-critical workloads to AWS improves agility
    - The latest updates from Splunk and AWS Marketplace on industry trends

    This session will be broadcast LIVE straight from the AWS Summit in London.

    Moderator: Simon Ratcliffe, Principal Consultant, Ensono & Cloud Industry Forum Chair
    Panelists: James Hodge, AVP Field Technology, Splunk, Andrew Bird, Chief Digital Officer, Oryzus Consulting, and Benjamin Andrew, Global Lead - Security & Network Infrastructure, AWS Marketplace
  • The Future of Cloud Applications in a Hybrid World
    The Future of Cloud Applications in a Hybrid World Anthony Heaton, Chris Priest, Martin Warren, and Chris Harvey Recorded: May 10 2018 41 mins
    Join this live panel discussion with experts from NetApp to learn the latest trends, technologies and future predictions for hybrid cloud infrastructures.

    Tune into this interactive Q&A session to hear from Cloud, MSP and Infrastructure experts on:

    - The future of data services for hybrid cloud platforms
    - How to modernize your IT architecture
    - Why a one-size-fits-all-approach doesn't work for hybrid cloud platforms
    - Where managed hosting and managed services fit into your cloud strategy
    - The latest trends in multi-cloud and what it means for enterprise applications

    Moderator: Anthony Heaton, Director of Growth Sales, BrightTALK
    Panelists: Martin Warren, Cloud Solutions Marketing Manager, NetApp, Chris Priest, Senior Consultant, Amido and Chris Harvey, Lead Architect, Scality
  • UCC Series [Ep.3]: Why are Collaboration Tools Vital to Top-Notch CX?
    UCC Series [Ep.3]: Why are Collaboration Tools Vital to Top-Notch CX? Robin Gareiss, President & Founder, Nemertes Research Recorded: May 9 2018 60 mins
    Without a solid collaboration strategy, organizations are very unlikely to succeed at digital transformation initiatives, particularly those that involve improved customer experience. The "customer" may be internal or external to the company.

    This webinar reviews key data and real-world scenarios that show why collaboration tools enable customer experience improvements.

    We will address the following:

    • What measurable benefits do collaboration tools bring to CX?
    • How can IT and business teams use CX initiatives to help secure budget for collaboration projects?
    • What does management need to change--immediately--to help propel better collaboration and improved CX?
    • How do collaboration initiatives integrate with CX in the contact center?
    • How can you benefit from emerging AI integrations in both collaboration and contact-center tools?

    We look forward to sharing this information with you!
  • UCC Series [Ep.2]: How to Implement Team Collaboration Tools in the Workplace
    UCC Series [Ep.2]: How to Implement Team Collaboration Tools in the Workplace Irwin Lazar, VP & Service Director, Nemertes Research Recorded: May 8 2018 60 mins
    Team collaboration apps like Slack, Spark, Glip, and Microsoft Teams are taking the enterprise market by storm. Given the more than 20 apps now on the market, where do IT leaders begin?

    In this webinar series, we'll provide insight and guidance based on Nemertes' 2018 Unified Communications and Collaboration Research Study, answering the following questions:

    • What is the state of team collaboration adoption?
    • What are the drivers and business cases?
    • How do customers rate their vendors?
    • Will team collaboration replace or augment existing UC apps?
    • What are the pros and cons of a single vendor versus multi-vendor approach?
    • How do I integrate team collaboration into business apps and workflows?
    • How do I address security, governance, and compliance?
    • How are vendors differentiating themselves?
    • What are the on-premises alternatives if cloud is not an option?

    Attendees will gain the information they need to make better decisions as they build and deploy their own team collaboration strategy.

    We look forward to sharing this information with you!
  • What’s Next in Storage: Analysts and Experts Share their Predictions
    What’s Next in Storage: Analysts and Experts Share their Predictions Greg McSorley, SNIA Technical Council (non-voting); Rick Kutcipal, President, STA; Don Jeanette of TRENDFOCUS Recorded: May 2 2018 43 mins
    You won’t want to miss the opportunity to hear leading data storage experts provide their insights on prominent technologies that are shaping the market. With the exponential rise in demand for high capacity and secured storage systems, it’s critical to understand the key factors influencing adoption and where the highest growth is expected. From SSDs and HDDs to storage interfaces and NAND devices, get the latest information you need to shape key strategic directions and remain competitive.
  • UCC Series [Ep.1]: Which UC Solution Is Most Affordable for You?
    UCC Series [Ep.1]: Which UC Solution Is Most Affordable for You? Robin Gareiss, President & Founder, Nemertes Research Recorded: Apr 25 2018 60 mins
    Have you wondered which solution--on-premise, cloud, or hybrid—is the right Unified Communications architecture for your organization? Would you like to know which provider costs the most—and least?
    Nemertes has the answer!
    In this first episode of our five-part series on Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC), Robin Gareiss, Nemertes President and Founder, will present findings from our real-world research on UCC costs—based on the cost data from our 2018-19 Unified Communications and Collaboration Research study.
    She also will introduce The Nemertes UC Cost Analysis Tool, our on-line, interactive, customizable tool that allows you to cost-compare solutions and providers. With this tool you’ll find out which architecture, and which provider, are the best fit for your organization.
    This episode will take an in-depth look at UC Total Cost of Ownership and will cover:
    • How to use Nemertes’ Online Cost Analysis Tool to get the data you need to make the best decisions
    • How operational, implementation, and capital costs vary with on-prem, cloud, and hybrid deployments
    • The Nemertes True Cost of Operations™ of key collaboration technologies including telephony, meetings, team collaboration, and more
    • Which providers offer the lowest costs and best value, based on cost data and provider ratings from IT leaders across all industries
    • What you’ll save on operational costs by investing in management and monitoring tools

    We look forward to sharing all this information with you and to answering as many of your questions as possible!
  • How to Modernize Legacy Applications for a Microservices-Based Deployment
    How to Modernize Legacy Applications for a Microservices-Based Deployment Oleg Chunikhin, CTO, Kublr and Sergey Maksimov, Sr. Product Manager, Virtuozzo Recorded: Apr 19 2018 55 mins
    DevOps and microservices architectures are said to deliver project nirvana, promising faster time to market and higher reliability. The reality, however, is quite different. While this promise is often fulfilled in greenfield projects, in real-life scenarios with existing legacy/monolithic applications, these benefits are much more difficult to realize.

    During this webinar we’ll discuss:

    - Approaches to modernizing monolithic legacy applications that leverage the benefits of microservices-based containerized architectures;
    - Migration strategies, and organizational and technical considerations when refactoring applications;
    - A reference architecture for an application delivery platform and factors you need to consider when selecting major platform components, including the microservices framework, container management platform, and cloud native storage.
  • Containerizing your Existing Applications: Key Benefits & Questions to Ask
    Containerizing your Existing Applications: Key Benefits & Questions to Ask Ritesh Patel, Co-Founder & VP of Products, Nirmata Recorded: Apr 19 2018 54 mins
    It is no secret that containers have entered mainstream and are here to stay. Every IT organization is exploring the use of containers. It is easy to make the case for using containers for new applications, especially the ones designed with a microservices architecture.

    The benefits of containerizing microservices applications are immediate and well understood. But what about the hundreds or sometimes thousands of applications that enterprise IT teams are already supporting. Shouldn’t they get some ‘container’ love? Can ‘containerizing’ these applications ‘modernize’ them, extending their useful life? If your applications are running fine, does it even make sense to bother containerizing them all?

    In this webinar, we answer these questions and discuss a simple framework to decide if you will benefit by containerizing your applications. For organizations interested in adopting containers, we will look at how they can successfully deliver a container-as-a-service to operate and manage these containerized applications.

    About the presenter:

    Ritesh Patel is a co-founder and VP, Products at Nirmata, a cloud-native application management platform build on Kubernetes. Ritesh has around 15 years of enterprise software development experience and has led software development teams. Prior to Nirmata, Ritesh was responsible for private cloud strategy and business development at Brocade where he led various OpenStack related initiatives and created a partner ecosystem. Ritesh has also held key technical positions at Trapeze Networks, Nortel and Motorola. Ritesh holds an MBA from UC Berkeley and MS from Michigan State University.

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