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  • Transitioning IoT Infrastructure: From Networks of People to Networks of Things
    Transitioning IoT Infrastructure: From Networks of People to Networks of Things Christian Renaud, Research Director, Internet of Things, 451 Research Recorded: Jun 15 2017 33 mins
    Networks are changing. With the vast expansion of IoT, we're experiencing the transition of enterprise and operator infrastructure from networks of people to networks of people, places and things.

    Join Christian Renaud, Research Director, IoT at 451 Research, as he looks at the impacts of the growing number of instrumented environments and objects on enterprise and carrier networks, capacities, signaling protocols, and emerging opportunities for value creation beyond simple connectivity.

    This webinar will cover:
    - Possible bottlenecks and roadblocks on the path to the Internet of Things
    - What leading organizations are doing today to prepare for the coming influx of new types of devices
  • Fibre Channel Fundamentals
    Fibre Channel Fundamentals Rupin Mohan, HPE, Earl Apellanes, Brocade Recorded: Jun 15 2017 52 mins
    Fibre Channel (FC) is the storage networking protocol for enterprise data centers, with over 11 million ports deployed. Fibre Channel is purpose-built –and engineered to meet the demands for enterprise data centers that require rock solid reliability, high performance and scalability. It can even transport new storage protocols like NVMe natively.

    Flexible and resilient, Fibre Channel frames can be encapsulated in both an IP packet (FCIP) as well as a Layer 2 frame (FCoE) and provide unparalleled performance for storage systems. Even so, many people don’t actually understand how it works. This live webcast will help you understand the basics so that you can make informed decisions yourself.

    In this “Foundations” webcast, we’ll answer key questions, such as:
    - What is Fibre Channel?
    - What makes Fibre Channel so reliable?
    - How is Fibre Channel different from other storage protocols?
    - What are the best practices for designing Fibre Channel solutions?
    - And more

    If you’re not familiar with Fibre Channel and want to learn more, or if you are interested in learning about how Fibre Channel is purpose-built for storage and future proofed for next-gen NVMe storage arrays, join us at this live event. Our experts will be available to answer your specific questions on the spot.
  • The Future of Agile Network Architectures & IoT Connectivity
    The Future of Agile Network Architectures & IoT Connectivity Ahmed Banafa, Ryan Allphin, and Brenda Boehm Recorded: Jun 15 2017 59 mins
    The Internet of Things is upon us. Vast amounts of big data are quickly approaching and network traffic, latency and bandwidth are at higher demands than ever. Storing, transmitting, and analyzing this data from IoT devices will require a secure and agile network architecture. Network failover and network security will be of the utmost importance.

    How will these changes in demand and technologies have an impact on new standards and protocols? Will network communications between devices and the cloud be safe? Tune into this dynamic panel discussion with leading IoT and network experts for the state of IoT networks.

    Panelists:
    Ahmed Banafa, SJSU Faculty Member and LinkedIn IoT Influencer
    Ryan Allphin, CTO, Cradlepoint
    Brenda Boehm, Chief Strategy Officer & Board Advisor, IoT Smart Solutions, TIA
  • How Fully Connected Value Chains & The Internet of Things Is A Game Changer
    How Fully Connected Value Chains & The Internet of Things Is A Game Changer Mark Dinnes, VP, IoT Centre of Excellence, T-Systems & Sanjay Sharma, CEO of Roambee Recorded: Jun 15 2017 47 mins
    30 percent of all deliveries worldwide do not reach their destination on time, €21 billion in losses are inflicted each year due to freight theft and the value of spoiled products caused by interruptions in the refrigeration chain is €850 billion.

    With IoT devices set to reach 50 Billion by 2020 it’s not just the logistics sector that sets for change - join us to understand how innovative IoT & M2M technologies are delivering game changing capabilities from Health care to Connected Building Sites & everything in between.
  • Best practice guidelines and IoT network security compliance
    Best practice guidelines and IoT network security compliance Richard Marshall, Plenary Chair at Internet of Things Security Foundation Recorded: Jun 15 2017 46 mins
    The IoT represents a significant challenge for companies new to supplying connected products and in particular the associated security implications. Traditionally security was often seen as something that was firmly in the domain of the IT or related department. However, with IoT systems being dependant upon a variety of sensors and embedded devices, the impact of supplying secure IoT products spans the whole of the company business; from the supply chain to how an organisation handles vulnerability disclosure. This session will go through some of the challenges that face businesses delivering secure IoT products and the guidance available to help companies take secure IoT products to market and having launched them, ensuring that they are able to support them from a security perspective.
  • IoT-Enabled Smart Mobility: Hype or Reality?
    IoT-Enabled Smart Mobility: Hype or Reality? Srinivasan Ramaswamy, Co-Founder & CEO, Bambucluster Recorded: Jun 14 2017 62 mins
    Urban mobility has always been about moving people from location to location through motorized personal or public transport. However, the proliferation of sensors, smartphones and intelligent high bandwidth networks are compelling towns & cities around the world to re-think urban mobility and consider technology enablers to drive towards a vision of “smart” mobility. Furthermore, the fundamental assumptions underpinning mobility are being challenged.

    The Internet Of Things (IoT) has been touted as a promising technology enabler to deliver on a vision of smart mobility. We will examine the current state of IoT ecosystems, IoT enabled smart mobility efforts across the globe and help delineate the architectural considerations and cross-industry industry collaboration that would be essential to successfully deliver on smart mobility initiatives. A simple use case around a town/city smart mobility service will be used to illustrate our approach.
  • IoT-Powered Smart Cities: Lower Costs; Engaged Citizens; Sustainable Economy?
    IoT-Powered Smart Cities: Lower Costs; Engaged Citizens; Sustainable Economy? Gordon Feller, Co-Founder, Meeting of the Minds Recorded: Jun 14 2017 61 mins
    Creating smarter cities requires urban infrastructures that accelerates the transition to a smarter city. This is a project that requires much more than connected technologies.

    Emerging innovations will be critical, as will engaged businesses and citizens — and together these change-agents are reshaping the city. Such new tools are radically altering our urban assets (water, energy, transport, buildings); shifting the ways that we design and use such systems; transforming our economies; disrupting our societies. Smart and connected urban infrastructure is now a reality, and autonomous vehicles driving themselves is only one of visible elements . Smarter policies that match the smarter tech makes possible the multimodal / integrated transportation systems which provide commuters with more options; the data analytics which manage the flows inside data-powered energy and water grids. Hyper-efficient cities should be much more than hyper-productive; they must be more livable and more equitable.

    Gordon Feller will provide a few glimpses around the corners, with a clear-eyed view of urban futures which are emergent.
  • Everything You Wanted To Know about Storage: Getting from Here to There
    Everything You Wanted To Know about Storage: Getting from Here to There Chad Hintz, Cisco, Fred Zhang, Intel, John Kim, Mellanox, Alex McDonald, NetApp Recorded: May 9 2017 58 mins
    As part of the successful “Everything You Wanted To Know About Storage But Were Too Proud To Ask” series, we’ve discussed numerous topics about storage devices, protocols, and networks. As we examine some of these topics further, we begin to tease out some subtle nuances; subtle, yet important nevertheless.

    In Part Sepia, we’re going to take a look at some of the terms and concepts that affect Storage Architectures as a whole. In particular, we’ll be looking at those aspects that can help or hinder storage systems inside the network:

    •Encapsulation versus Tunneling
    •IOPS vs Latency vs Jitter
    •Quality of Service (QoS)

    Each of these topics has a profound impact on storage designs and performance, but they are often misunderstood. We’re going to help you become clear on all of these very important storage concepts so that you can grok storage just a little bit more.

    After the webcast, check out the Q&A blog at http://sniaesfblog.org/?p=629
  • Architectural Principles for Networked Solid State Storage Access  - Part 2
    Architectural Principles for Networked Solid State Storage Access - Part 2 Doug Voigt, Chair SNIA NVM Programming Model, HPE, J Metz, SNIA Board of Directors, Cisco Recorded: Apr 19 2017 62 mins
    New solid state storage technologies are forcing the industry to refine distinctions between networks and other types of system interconnects. The question on everyone’s mind is, when is it beneficial to use networks to access solid state storage, particularly persistent memory? The answer to this question involves application, interconnect, memory technology and scalability factors that can be analyzed in the context of a latency budget. In this talk we will explore latency budgets for various types of solid state storage access. These can be used to determine which combinations of interconnects, technologies and scales are compatible with Load/Store instruction access and which are better suited to IO completion techniques such as polling or blocking. In this webcast you’ll learn:

    •Why latency is important in accessing solid state storage
    •How to determine the appropriate use of networking in the context of a latency budget
    •Do’s and don’ts for Load/Store access
  • How to Use the Fibre Channel Speedmap
    How to Use the Fibre Channel Speedmap Dave Alexander, Tony Bourke Recorded: Apr 6 2017 41 mins
    Fibre Channel is the most well known dedicated storage networking protocol in use in data centers today, and is considered the gold standard for storage in terms of availability, reliability, and scalability. However, it does require some specific design and planning requirements. For that, storage administrators use the Fibre Channel Speedmap in order to plan.

    In this webcast, you will learn how to use the Fibre Channel Speedmap, what the numbers mean, and why its useful:

    - Why do storage administrators use the Speedmap?
    - What’s the difference between throughput, bandwidth, baud rates, and speed?
    - Why does this matter for Fibre Channel and not, say, Ethernet?

    This live webcast will be useful for anyone who wants to separate the wheat from the chaff when it comes to “speeds and feeds,” and make sense of the numbers.

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