Why choose between your datacenter and the cloud? A hybrid cloud solution gives you both.
You have already invested in server products that are on premises. You believe that Cloud is the future and the power of the Cloud can open up countless opportunities for people to do more and achieve more. But how can you leverage the Cloud given your current infrastructure?
Join this webcast to learn Hybrid Cloud options as well as how to extract value from your existing investments by:
- Expanding your options without adding complexity
- Easily moving workloads from your datacenter
- Building hybrid applications that leverage both on-premises and cloud resources
- Taking advantage of storage, backup, and recovery options with increased efficiency and reduced cost.
What can we do with massive amounts of diverse data coming from everywhere at a breakneck pace? Machine learning, an automated data analysis approach, delivers coveted business insights with iterative learning from data to uncover critical trends, patterns and relationships.
Join our webinar to learn about:
•Machine learning basics, market adoption and business impact
•How machine learning can be leveraged in business applications
Today’s technology leaders need to tackle the big trends—cloud, big data, the Internet of Things, mobility, social media—while lowering IT spend year over year. That’s a tall order. Storage cost projections are becoming unsustainable, and organizations need new, more cost-effective ways of delivering storage. Nexenta provides a software-only storage solution that includes a rich feature set across all block, file, and object storage needs. This enables you to deliver software- defined infrastructure for legacy and next-generation enterprise applications, virtual workloads, file service applications, and more—all while maintaining the freedom to choose which platform to run on.
In this session you will learn more about the main kinds of software-defined storage technology landscape you’ll likely deploy:
Each solution is easy to support with Nexenta software and commercial off-the-shelf Intel-based hardware.
In recent years, some users have harbored concerns about clouds in general, as well as their use in data warehousing. As the number of user organizations practicing elastic data warehousing on clouds has increased, the track record of success has helped other users get past perceptual barriers and other myths concerning security, multi-tenancy, and interfacing with clouds.
We all know that data warehouses and users’ best practices for them are changing dramatically today. As users build new data warehouses and modernize established ones, they are turning to cloud-based elastic data warehousing, because the automation of elasticity yields agility, ease of use, scalability, and performance, while reducing maintenance, tuning, capital investments, and other costs.
This webinar will:
- Demystify elastic data warehousing by debunking myths about it
- Define elastic data warehousing and its goals in terms that data management professionals and business users can relate to
- Show how cloud-based data-driven tools and platforms have proved themselves, such that users are now more comfortable adopting them
- Discuss the real-world benefits of data warehousing, data management, and analytics on elastic clouds
- Explain how data warehousing solutions built to leverage the full capabilities of an elastic cloud can satisfy new requirements for analytics, big data, data streams, and multi-structured data
Les entreprises entrent de plein pieds dans le monde Big Data. Avec Microsoft Azure et Hortonworks vous pourrez monter un cluster Hadoop aussi simplement que d'aller acheter une baguette.
Rejoignez-nous pour un webinar pendant lequel nous vous montrerons comment débuter avec votre HDP sur Microsoft Azure.
Nous aborderons les sujet suivants:
- La Marketplace Microsoft Azure
- Les produits Hortonworks pour le Big Data: HDP et HDF
- Les atouts d'une architecture Cloud pour Hadoop
- Démo de création et d'utilisation d’un cluster Hortonworks sur Azure à travers le Marketplace
In un momento in cui le iniziative IT corrono di pari passo col business, l’abilità di comunicare i requisiti di business in un modo che sia direttamente comprensibile all’IT diventa un imperativo. CA ARD utilizza l’approccio Model Driven Testing per eliminare ambiguità nei requisiti, ottimizzando i cicli di test garantendo totale test coverage.
A child's never-ending "whys" aren't meant to exasperate parents. Rather, these enquiries are genuine attempts at getting at the truth. By repeatedly asking “Why” (five is a good rule of thumb), you can peel away the layers of symptoms which can lead to the root cause of a problem. Very often the ostensible reason for a problem will lead you to another question.
In this webinar series, you’ll walk you through real scenarios that’ll show you how Tableau can help you get to that root cause. From uncovering the underlying cause of KPI changes to simply understanding why something happened, we will explore how to ask and answer these Whys and get to the truth, while staying immersed in the process of analysis.
In this webinar, we’ll look at a specific SALES scenario: Sales are up, but Profits are down. Why?
Imagine you work for a retail chain and your CEO just noticed sales were trending upwards but profitability is on the decline. He’s concerned and wants to know “Why”.
With the explosion of movies and TV programs available to consumers on any device, traditionally siloed content management systems are straining to keep up. Complicating things further is auxiliary content around each title such as poster artwork, chapter thumbnails, supplementary videos. Throw in to the mix music, e-books and digital comics and the content management challenges become near impossible. Unifying the content management systems is key to solving these challenges, and Cisco Videoscape Media Suite is the unified CMS leading the way.
Elke Hungenaert, Manager of Product Marketing, Cisco
Today we see video traffic doubling each year and becoming the large majority of the traffic within a few years. Video traffic may well account for 70-90% of all traffic.
Video providers today are all facing some challenges that will be even more impactful as video continues to grow. They can be categorized as follows:
-The need to Reduce Cost
-The drive to Increase Revenues
-The requirement to improve the User Experience
-These are all occurring in an environment with video growing dramatically but facing issues of monetization and profitability.
Given the above as a backdrop what and how can you address these issues both from a technical as well as business perspective? How can new emerging video processing offering help address these issues? What if any impact will they have on the profitability and the user experience?
With the Internet Society (ISOC)-sponsored global launch of IPv6 fast approaching on June 6, 2012, Mark Townsley takes a look back at the progress to date in IPv6 deployment to identify some gaps that still exist in experiencing and living the next generation Internet.
Bob Friday, CTO of WNBU, Cisco; Matt MacPherson, Technical Marketing DIrector, WNBU, Cisco
Have You Heard? Next Generation Hotspots are Here!
The Mobile Internet will grow 18x over the next four years. And there is a three-fold problem service providers face aiming to profit from mobile Internet services:
-Fragmented user experience as lines blur between consumer and business services on mobile devices
-Capacity and coverage with limited spectrum and the rise of indoor usage
-How to define the path to new revenue streams What can Wi-Fi offer to address these concerns?
Find out through this webcast an innovative approach to address these questions.
Wouter Belmans and Uwe Lambrette, Directors of Internet Business Solutions, Cisco
As cloud computing matures and hype becomes reality, on-demand services are changing the ICT landscape in all its facets. From application and presentation layers down to infrastructure and facility layers, cloud disrupts the status quo.
In this session you will learn:
- SaaS trends and impact on ISVs
- PaaS as a core and growing element of the cloud
- Battle of Web Grade vs. Enterprise Grade Infrastructure Services
- Facility and Infrastructure Trends: Often Forgotten Fundamentals
- Commercial Activities: Channels Are Disrupted by Cloud Brokers
- Professional Services: Shift Focus to Activities that add More Business Value
Cisco IBSG takes a unique approach to this industry shift: we visualize the cloud value chain and its complexity, expose the main battlefields and discuss our expectations based on hard facts. More importantly, we discuss the impact on cloud go-to-market strategies for network service providers.
John Keenan and Eugene Kim, Cisco Video Solutions Mrktng Mngrs
The next generation video experience is moving to the cloud. Whether it is broadcast TV, user generated content, online video from aggregators such as Netflix, or direct to consumer from producers large and small. All the video you can imagine will be delivered from the cloud.
It will be beyond just video new cloud based music, gaming, and other consumer services are being launched each month. These new offerings are far more than just new applications and services they represent an entirely new cloud model. The Consumer Cloud.
Keywords: TV everywhere, service acceleration, consumer application, advanced services, cloud-based value-added services, service provider
Dale Boehm, Product Manager, V2oLTE, Cisco; Jon Morgan, Director of Product Marketing, Cisco
Mobile operators are moving to all-IP LTE architectures in order to cost-effectively meet consumer demand for advanced voice, video, and messaging services. This migration is complex and challenging and operators need an architecture that is both flexible and capable in order to evolve at an acceptable pace while preserving service quality and reliability.
Learn how to enable mobile operators to efficiently migrate to an intelligent next-generation mobile network for the optimized delivery of advanced voice, video, and SMS services.
Robert Synnestvedt, Mobility Marketing Manager, Cisco
Learn about techniques that are proving to improve profitability of Mobile Backhaul networks by:
+ Reducing OPEX by as much as 70% via backhaul network efficiency gains
+ Scaling networks on-demand to meet 100 times the traffic
+ Simplifying network operations by unifying the network to backhaul any multi-vendor radio over any media
+ Reducing the complexity and cost of operating, deploying, and scaling backhaul of multivendor, multigenerational Radio Access Networks (RANs)
+ Optimizing architecture with specific network designs to meet unique customer needs in this session
Mobile Backhaul networks continue to strain under the load of exponential Mobile Internet traffic growth. To alleviate the resulting financial pressure of accompanying increases in operating expenses, as well as to scale the networks to meet the ever increasing mobile broadband demand, operators must optimize and cost effectively overhaul these networks. Upgrading the Radio Access Network (RAN) is arguably the most critical investment mobile operators are making in 2010-2012 as they migrate from 2G to 3G+ to improve OPEX, increase teledensity, and unlock additional "Mobile Internet" revenue opportunities.
Bob Friday, CTO WNBU; Lisa Garza, Mobility Marketing Manager
Tune in to learn more about:
* The future of Service Provider Wi-Fi networks
* WFA Hotspot 2.0 Specification
* WBA Next Generation Roaming Trials
* How Hotspot 2.0 will open up new revenue opportunities for service providers
Have you looked at Wi-Fi lately? It has reached a whole new level of scale, security, and sophistication – what the market is calling carrier-grade Wi-Fi. And an industry initiative is underway to make Wi-Fi roaming on par with cellular roaming.
This webcast will provide an overview of the Wi-Fi Alliance Hotspot 2.0 specification and provide some insight into the upcoming Wireless Broadband Alliance Next Generation Hotspot trials. These trials will set the stage for the future of Wi-Fi, establishing it as a robust, secure technology that will augment and complement 3G and 4G networks for years to come.
Cisco: Lou Menditto, Product Mgr; Jim O' Leary, Solution Mgr
By 2015, there will be over 5 billion wireless consumer devices and 400 million mobile-only Internet users with global mobile data traffic growing to over 3.6 exabytes per month. Service providers are under pressure to reduce data delivery costs and simplify network operations, while increasing revenue opportunities. Network evolutions, advanced mobile devices, and unlimited data plans are increasing the costs of managing this tidal wave of mobile data traffic. Cisco expects the signaling and control plane impact to be even larger than the bearer plane therefore significantly affecting policy – which becomes instrumental in making money and therefore becomes mission critical.
Is your policy solution ready to handle this mobile broadband tidal wave?
Join us to learn more about Policy and Charging Control solution that provides you with the ability to deliver dynamic, scalable, and customized mobile services to customers -- quickly, reliably, and cost-effectively.
Thomas Barnett, Sr. Marketing Manger and Shruti Jain, Marketing Manager, Cisco Service Provider Marketing
The Cisco Connected Life User Experience (CLUE) is a global research initiative that measures the regional adoption rates of select advanced application/services across three user categories - at home (residential services), at work (business services) and on the move (mobile services). This webcast provides a unique perspective on the advanced services that subscribers are using today.