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Data Center Management

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  • The Art of Storage Management The Art of Storage Management George Crump, Curtis Preston Recorded: Dec 15 2016 62 mins
    Any organization that takes a moment to study the data on their primary storage system will quickly realize that the majority (as much as 90 percent) of data that is stored on it has not been accessed for months if not years. Moving this data to a secondary tier of storage could free up massive amount of capacity, eliminating a storage upgrade for years. Making this analysis frequently is called data management, and proper management of data can not only reduce costs it can improve data protection, retention and preservation.
  • Data Center Migration: The Difference Between Anxiety and Success Data Center Migration: The Difference Between Anxiety and Success Nick Brackney - Product Marketing Manager Recorded: Dec 9 2016 22 mins
    It is critical for organizations to onboard new technologies and improve processes to remain competitive. Yet, safely navigating a migration or consolidation project can be challenging.
    The ExtraHop platform takes the guesswork out of application and data center migration by providing complete visibility and performance metrics that make clear the risks, but also support the success, of projects at any scale. By knowing before going, you can avoid unnecessary downtime and be sure that your user experiences remain consistent.
    In this webinar, ExtraHop' Nick Brackney explains how the ExtraHop platform helps to ensure successful migrations and consolidations.
  • A Whole New World: Machine-Generated Data and Massive Scale-Out NAS A Whole New World: Machine-Generated Data and Massive Scale-Out NAS Jeff Kato, Taneja Group, Jeff Cobb, Qumulo, Nick Rathke, SCI Recorded: Nov 30 2016 60 mins
    Computer users aren’t top data producers anymore. Machines are. Raw data from sensors, labs, forensics, and exploration are surging into data centers and overwhelming traditional storage. There is a solution: High performance, massively scale-out NAS with data-aware intelligence. Join us as Jeff Cobb, VP of Product Management at Qumulo and Taneja Group Senior Analyst Jeff Kato explain Qumulo’s data-aware scale-out NAS and its seismic shift in storing and processing machine data. We will review how customers are using Qumulo Core, and Nick Rathke of the University of Utah’s Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute will join us to share how SCI uses Qumulo to cut raw image processing from months to days.

    Presenters:
    Jeff Kato, Senior Analyst & Consultant, Taneja Group
    Jeff Cobb, VP of Product Management, Qumulo
    Nick Rathke, Assistant Director for IT, The Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute (SCI)
  • Hyperscale Cloud – Reimagining the Data Center Hyperscale Cloud – Reimagining the Data Center Hammad Tariq, Technology and Information Manager, Ericsson Recorded: Nov 24 2016 41 mins
    In every industry, demand for IT capacity continues to grow. Digitalization, the Internet of Things and cloud computing are just a few of the factors that require vastly increased compute, data and networking resources.
    The solution is to go hyperscale: in other words, to reimagine the data center in order to scale beyond the cost and capacity limitations of today’s architecture. Hyperscale data centers are smarter, more flexible and better able to achieve increased resource utilization levels while reducing total cost of ownership
  • Cloud Infrastructures – Leveraging Software Defined Data Infrastructures (SDDI) Cloud Infrastructures – Leveraging Software Defined Data Infrastructures (SDDI) Greg Schulz, Founder/Sr. Advisory Analyst, Server StorageIO Recorded: Nov 22 2016 45 mins
    At the core of cloud (public, private, hybrid) next generation data centers are software defined data infrastructures that exist to protect, preserve and serve applications, data along with their resulting information services. Software defined data infrastructure core components include hardware, software servers and storage configured (defined) to provide various services enabling application Performance Availability Capacity and Economics (PACE). Just as there are different types of environments, applications along with workloads various options, technologies as well as techniques exist for cloud services (and underlying data infrastructures). Join us in this session to discuss trends, technologies, tools, techniques and services options for cloud infrastructures.

    Topics include:
    - Data Infrastructures exist to support applications and their underlying resource needs
    - Software Defined Infrastructures (SDDI) are what enable Software Defined Data Centers and clouds
    - Various types of clouds along with cloud services that determine how resources get defined
    - When, where, why and how to use cloud Infrastructures along with associated resources
  • Everything You Wanted To Know About Storage But Were Too Proud To Ask/Mauve Everything You Wanted To Know About Storage But Were Too Proud To Ask/Mauve Fred Knight, NetApp, John Kim, Mellanox, Chad Hintz, Cisco, Dror Goldenberg, Mellanox, J Metz, Cisco Recorded: Nov 1 2016 51 mins
    In this part of the series, “Everything You Wanted To Know about Storage But Were Too Proud To Ask,” we’re going to be focusing on the network aspect of storage systems.

    As with any technical field, it’s too easy to dive into the jargon of the pieces and expect people to know exactly what you mean. Unfortunately, some of the terms may have alternative meanings in other areas of technology. In this Webcast, we look at some of those terms specifically and discuss them as they relate to storage networking systems.

    In particular, you’ll find out what we mean when we talk about:

    •Channel versus Busses
    •Control Plane versus Data Plane
    •Fabric versus Network

    For people who are familiar with Data Center Technology, whether it be Compute, Programming, or even Storage itself, some of these concepts may seem intuitive and obvious… until you start talking to people who are really into this stuff. This series of Webcasts will help be your Secret Decoder Ring to unlock the mysteries of what is going on when you hear these conversations.
  • Singapore Data Centre Colocation Market: Supply Metrics and Demand Trends Singapore Data Centre Colocation Market: Supply Metrics and Demand Trends Jabez Tan, Research Director, Data Centre Infrastructure, Structure Research Recorded: Oct 20 2016 30 mins
    This session will provide detailed data centre metrics on the supply/demand landscape for colocation providers operating in the Singapore market. We take it one step further by segmenting Singapore into three primary districts or sub-regions to capture the nuance in each data centre hub location. How much data centre square feet, critical power is currently available and utilized in Singapore? And more importantly how much revenue is being generated by these third party service provider data centres? Where is it now and where is it headed? We will unwrap our detailed revenue and capacity projections from 2016-2020 while providing analytical insight on the factors driving growth.
  • Monitor with Discipline – Next Generation Data Centers Monitor with Discipline – Next Generation Data Centers Kong Yang, Head Geek of Virtualization & Cloud Practice, SolarWinds Recorded: Oct 20 2016 22 mins
    Next generation data centers are filling the industry with buzz worthy tech concepts like hybrid IT, clouds, software defined anything, containers and micro-services. These sometimes disparate constructs can solve the same problem in multiple ways. As such connected context will be key to effectively and efficiently managing application performance across these next generation data centers.

    In this session, we will be discussing how to monitor with discipline across next generation data centers.
    1. What are next generation data centers?

    2. How do IT organizations manage and optimize operational efficacy of these next gen data centers?

    - Connected context of key application performance metrics

    - DART-SOAR examples to meet the CIO’s SLA
  • Hyper-Converged System Optimized for Agility and OPEX Savings Hyper-Converged System Optimized for Agility and OPEX Savings Eitan Segal, Global Architect, Dell EMC Recorded: Oct 19 2016 46 mins
    Are you looking for a solution that will allow you to move fast and innovate quickly?

    In our session, we will explain how you can implement a flexible and modular architecture that will meet the performance and efficiency requirements of traditional and cloud-native applications. How you can start with a small deployment, and then flexibly scale out to support dynamic workloads and evolving business needs.

    From a recent IDC study; we will share with you the business value outcomes of using a Hyper Converged system along with the expected return of investment (ROI)
  • What's New and Innovative with HPE Vertica What's New and Innovative with HPE Vertica DIna Love,HPE, Akshar Dave, Softnets, Steve Sarsfield, Jeff Healey Recorded: Oct 13 2016 48 mins
    One of the biggest issues facing organizations today is extracting intelligence from data residing in multiple silos across the datacenter. HPE Vertica 8 provides organizations with a unique, analyze-in-place, unified architecture that enables businesses to continually gain intelligence from their information, wherever it lives. HPE Vertica 8 also includes core data movement and orchestration enhancements, resulting in up to 700 percent faster data loading for hundreds of thousands of columns, simplified data loading from Amazon S3, and comprehensive visual monitoring of Apache Kafka data streams. With this webinar we will have key individuals from HPE Vertica team to deep-dive into the latest innovations included as part of HPE Vertica 8 release.

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