Cloud computing has exploded over the past few years, delivering a previously unimagined level of workplace mobility and flexibility. The cloud computing community on BrightTALK is made up of thousands of engaged professionals learning from the latest cloud computing research and resources. Join the community to expand your cloud computing knowledge and have your questions answered in live sessions with industry experts and vendor representatives.
In the final session of Data Platforms Online 2017, Ashish Thusoo will offer some of his highlights from the week’s sessions, pick out some emerging themes and trends, and answer questions from the audience. Ashish built the original data team at Facebook, is a co-author of Apache Hive, co-author of “Building a Data Driven Enterprise with DataOps” and CEO of Qubole. He’ll be moderated by Horia Margarit, resident Data Scientist at Qubole. Get your questions ready for what will be a lively and entertaining discussion!
Cloud has changed the game when it comes to data analytics. Previously, organizations had to lock themselves into a particular architecture and level of capacity for three to seven years and do all the lifting themselves. Cloud on the other hand allows them to experiment with different hardware and software options, get more of the solution as a service and scale up and down to meet project spikes and accelerate busy jobs at will. This makes it much more viable for any company to get the advantages of advanced analytics against large data sets, without an oversize IT staff or huge capital investments.
Oracle cloud is specifically designed to help enterprises take advantage of cloud for data analytics—it offers massive non-variable performance, predictable low cost and broad choice of deployment and software options. Oracle and Qubole work together to deliver a new breed of data platform—capable of taming the scale, performance, cost and complexity issues associated with gaining business insight from data of all types.
Watch this webinar to understand:
- Summary of industry trends for big data on the cloud
- How Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is optimized for big data workloads from a cost, performance and flexibility perspective
- How Oracle Cloud Big Data solutions compare with on-premises and competing cloud options
The question is not much whether to migrate to the cloud or not. That question has likely already been answered by many organizations and the answer is a resounding full steam ahead. But the start of the journey can be daunting especially with a lot of ‘as-a-service’ terminology floating around. Please join James Curtis, senior analyst at 451 Research, as he discusses not only some industry trends and what many organizations are doing but also a simplified approach to understanding cloud services and how that might best fit your organization. Because it’s not so much buyer beware; it’s more about buyer understand.
Dominic chats to the Ten in Tech team about the ever increasing pace of IT proliferation, how AI Ops can help system administrators to keep pace with the change in IT operations and how to integrate new IT management techniques into existing enterprise environments.
There is a surge in hype around Artificial Intelligence. Startups are raising hundreds of millions of dollars by bedazzling investors with Deep Learning, word embeddings, and reinforcement learning. This is a distraction from the very real problems that data and AI can solve if done right. By working across dozens of machine learning problems that are live in the real world, I’ve worked out the most common problems encountered and recurring design patterns on how to solve real-world problems using AI as a tool. This talk will arm you with a perspective on how to get pragmatic solutions with AI today.
This webinar is focused on:
- Increasing collaborative friction between engineers, analysts, and business
- Process-driven iteration i.e. balancing agility with discipline
- Making the quantitative business case for moving from big bang to continuous enhancement (convincing your CFO/CIO to shift from CapEx to OpEx)
- Case studies and outcomes from our clients
Today’s organizations are tasked with managing multiple data types, coming from a wide variety of sources. Faced with massive volumes and heterogeneous types of data, organizations are finding that in order to deliver insights in a timely manner, they need a data storage and analytics solution that offers more agility and flexibility than traditional data management systems. Every use case might be different and different use cases might need different tools. AWS provides a variety of options for your needs from RDS, EMR, Redshift, Athena and Quicksight. In this talk we will discuss the different technologies available on AWS and its application.
Once considered the "black magic" of digitally-born retailers like Amazon, personalizing the customer experience has now become table stakes for any retailer interested in surviving in the era of digital transformation. the techniques, tools and scalable platforms necessary to optimize customer interactions are now available and accessible for use by companies of any shape or size. We'll discuss how the use of big data technology in the cloud eases the implementation of common retail use cases as well as how it helps to avoid typical pitfalls.
The most important topics in business today are focused on data analytics, security, the Internet of Things, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
How can leveraging data analytics to enable these strategic technology trends to drive your digital transformation and elevate your business? Where are you in adopting and implementing key strategies for driving your business ahead of the competition?
Join industry leaders in data analytics including MasterCard, Cloudera, Dell EMC and Intel for a candid panel discussion on ways to drive success in business today. Examine the economic value of data and how you can use that data to build and protect your organization. Hear how data analytics strategies drive entirely new revenue streams, how security supports strategies, how data consolidation enables growth, and how insights from data elevate customer interactions.
We will look at how DevOps is making Data Science more mainstream with automation, release trains, agility and operational readiness. In this talk, we will look at the various tools and techniques in building a successful Data Science practice and how DevOps can be introduced to provide Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment of Data Science Models.
Continuous streams of data are generated in every industry from sensors, manufacturing IoT devices, business transactions, social media, network devices, clickstream logs, and more. Found within these streams of data are critical business insights that are waiting to be unlocked. Attend this session and learn how customers are creating solutions for fleet monitoring, smart grid, network monitoring, recommendations, and other real-time solutions to analyze multiple concurrent streams of data-in-motion into insights and actions for competitive advantage.
In this session you will see demos and learn how services like Azure Event Hubs, Stream Analytics, Machine Learning, and other Azure services work seamlessly together to create your end to end real-time analytics solutions.
File systems are the heart of most organizations. They’re how critical unstructured data assets are stored, organized, and shared. But with files exploding in size and quantity as well as the cloud offering potentially cheaper and more scalable storage than traditional NAS, a new set of requirements is needed. Is your file system ready? Find out in this live webinar.
Is your cybersecurity protection making the grade? Healthcare rates a 'C' in security, almost half of US residents have been compromised, and the end-user impact is tens of billions of dollars a year.
An easy first step is understanding the attack vectors and automating HIPAA technical controls. This automation lets you quickly understand your baseline security posture both on-premise and within the public cloud, where you have gaps, and how to remediate them.
Healthcare providers have specific and unique requirements around storing and accessing sensitive patient data and meeting HIPAA compliance. But this shouldn’t mean you can’t take advantage of the cost and scalability benefits of the cloud. In this webinar, we’ll discuss four common questions healthcare providers ask when they’re thinking of moving to the cloud and the corresponding strategies to employ a hybrid cloud approach.
CardinalCommerce was acquired by Visa earlier this year for its critical role in payments authentication. Through predictive analytics and machine learning, Cardinal measures performance and behavior of the entire authentication process across checkout, issuing and ecosystem partners to recommend actions, reduce fraud and drive frictionless digital commerce.
With Databricks, CardinalCommerce simplified data engineering to improve the performance of their ETL pipeline by 200% while reducing operational costs significantly via automation, seamless integration with key technologies, and improved process efficiencies.
Join this webinar to learn how CardinalCommerce was able to:
-Simplify access to data across the organization
-Accelerate data processing by 200%
-Reduce EC2 costs through faster performance and automated infrastructure
-Visualize performance metrics to customers and stakeholders
This session will cover how Azure Machine Learning and R can help data scientists overcome the following challenges:
- Development Time - Dramatically reduce the time of running initial ML experiment validations.
- Performance - Option for best in class performance.
For deeper data science needs the session will explore how hard core data scientists can leverage R to attack the most complex scenarios.
Data governance, discovery and lineage help data scientists find and integrate data of interest to uncover otherwise hidden trends, anomalies, and powerful predictors of business successes and failures. Comcast’s Streaming Data Platform comprises a wide variety of ingest, transformation, and storage services. Peer-reviewed Apache Avro schemas support end-to-end data governance. Apache Atlas is our metadata repository for data discovery and lineage. We have extended Atlas with custom data and process types, eg.: avro schemas; AWS S3 buckets and prefixes; kafka topics; and kinesis streams. Custom asynchronous messaging libraries notify Atlas of new data and schema entities and lineage links as they are created.
Cyberattacks are top of mind for organizations across the globe. In fact, 62 percent* of firms are being attacked at least weekly and 145 percent are experiencing a rise in the number of security threats. But do organizations have the processes in place to investigate and effectively respond to these incidents? IDC recently surveyed security decision makers at 600 organizations to understand the state of security operations today.
Join this webinar to hear from guest speaker Duncan Brown, associate vice president, security practice, IDC, and Jae Lee, security product marketing, Splunk, and discover:
● The time and associated cost security teams spend on incident response and how you compare to your peers
● How organizations are coping with an average of 40 actionable security incidents per week
● Where teams are focusing their security efforts
● Why an analytics-driven approach can make security investigation more efficient and effective, reducing costs and improving security posture
Agile works well for small, co-located teams that can hover around sticky notes on a Kanban board, and collaborate on-demand. But as initiatives become more complex, and teams become dispersed, Agile can be difficult to scale across the enterprise.
What’s missing in Agile practices today is the ability to see the whole picture. With user stories as the source of record for an application, it’s hard to connect all the dots to see the complete functionality of a feature or capability. Think about the new team who will be developing additional features on that capability - where can they learn everything it does today? How will they know the impact their changes will have on that capability or potentially other capabilities? How will they collaborate on those changes and get them reviewed in a timely manner? How will your business stakeholder understand the impact of new those changes to the overall business process? Storyteller provides a centralized reusable searchable repository of exiting business and technical process models and requirements (business, non-functional and regulatory). In addition we also offer rich visualization, collaboration and review functionalities. These base capabilities are being used today to address the questions above. And - we do it in a way that everyone can understand from Business Stakeholders down to developers and testers.
Storyteller is a key player in Enterprise Agile. We bridge the business gaps in the current agile process. For companies struggling with Agile Transformation, we providing guardrails around writing user stories and feature decomposition. Project teams can save time and effort by using our user story and test plan generation which can them be automatically synched over to ALM tools. We are also a key player in the BizDevOps chain by providing that upfront business alignment so what is produced though “Dev” and delivered and maintained by “Ops” is exactly what “Biz” wanted.
Join Cumulus Networks and guest speaker Andre Kindness from Forrester as we explore the latest technology shifts in data centers today. As cloud, containers, microservices and other technologies become more and more mainstream, software must be architected in new ways to address these smaller components.
All of this is impacting the the data center network, and we will talk through some of the ways that organizations can address the changes in the ever more complex data center. If you are an I&O professional, watch this webinar to see how you can simplify deployment and maintenance in the modern data center.
The Center for Internet Security (CIS), a well-known independent organization, provides a recommended checklist for best securing macOS. Widely considered the standard in the security industry, organizations that adhere to the CIS checklist reduce the risk of vulnerabilities and maximize the protection of their computers and infrastructure. So how do organizations ensure they are implementing the guidelines correctly?
In our webinar, CIS Checklist: How to Secure macOS like a Pro, we’ll explain how organizations can leverage and put to use the CIS checklist recommendations — in conjunction with Jamf Pro — to meet industry regulations and keep their Mac environment secure.
•An overview of the CIS checklist and why it’s important
•Ways to accomplish specific tasks outlined in the security checklist
•The impact on users when Macs are properly secured
•Other security standards in the industry and how to meet them
About the Presenter:
Nick Thompson is on the product team at Jamf, an Apple device management solution for IT professionals. Nick is passionate about technology in the enterprise and closely follows the enterprise mobility management industry. He previously worked at Apple helping companies implement Mac and iOS deployments.
If you are considering a CASB or email MTA gateway, you should see this video first. Securing Office 365, GSuite, Amazon and every other SaaS and IaaS has never been easier. Protect your data from malware, data leakage and malicious users.
In this webinar, we will describe the next generation Security-as-a-Service platform that makes it easy to protect your data with the industry's highest rated technology for anti-phishing, sandboxing, antivirus, file sanitization, data leak prevention, compliance and more.
About Avanan: Any SaaS | Any Security | One Click
Avanan, The Cloud Security Platform, protects data in any SaaS. Partnering with the industry's most trusted security vendors, Avanan offers cloud-native versions of the most advanced technology to protect against malware, phishing, ransomware, data leakage, insider threats and more. The cloud-based platform is completely out-of-band and can be deployed in one click.
Bpm'online invites you to a free webinar “Adding intelligence to your Digital Transformation process: driving innovation and flexibility” with Brent Leary, one of the most influential CRM industry experts, as a guest speaker.
Today 87% of businesses treat Digital Transformation as their competitive opportunity, however, only 10% of companies describe themselves as fully digital.
Bpm’online has invited Brent Leary, one of the most regarded industry experts, to share his expertise on how to tackle the challenges of Digital Transformation and how intelligent technology impacts the future business landscape.
REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR AND LEARN:
• Best practices in strategy execution: how to upgrade your Digital Transformation strategy with Artificial Intelligence.
• How companies will have to adjust and adopt new ways of thinking to stay connected with customers and serve them moving forward.
• Why AI is destined to change how businesses engage with customers forever and how to respond to this change.
• How intelligent technology can enrich your customer engagement strategy by providing profound insights and better workflow visibility.
• How today’s intelligent CRM solutions are driving growth for organizations from various industries.
Featured Guest Speaker: BRENT LEARY, Co-founder and partner of CRM Essentials LLC
Co-presenter: MATT THARP, Chief Evangelist at bpm’online
Don’t miss out the opportunity to acquire extensive knowledge on how to accelerate your time-to-strategy execution with intelligent technology powered by AI from one of the most regarded industry experts!
Blockchain technology burst onto the scene in 2009 and has emerged as one of the digital era’s most promising innovations. From frictionless money transfers and lower transaction costs to seamless real-time payments, blockchain is completely reinventing the global transaction settlement process.
In this webinar, Financial Services experts from everis UK and Dimension Data discuss how blockchain is transforming the way value is exchanged between people, businesses and devices, and outline emerging technologies allowing financial services companies to take advantage of distributed ledgers. They also look to the future of DLTs, sharing predictions on how these will become the standard technology behind transaction settlement for banks, financial markets, and asset exchange networks in the coming decade.
•Steve van den Heever, Group Sales Director, Financial Services, Dimension Data
•Isaac Arruebarrena, Blockchain Programme Manager, everis UK
•Josep Alvarez Perez, Partner, Head of UK Banking Practice and EMEA Blockchain Strategy, everis UK
Four in ten planned technology purchases don’t happen. Buyers struggle to buy in the way they want to. The result? They choose not to purchase and that’s a lose-lose for buyer and supplier.
Buyers say they don’t feel they have been guided well enough for them to be confident in making a purchase. The ground simply isn’t solid enough.
Join Dr Lucy Green and Melanie Foster from Larato and our guest technology buyer to learn what buyers want their technology suppliers to do to help them buy. Want to secure more sales? This is the webinar to attend!
Like many other attacks, the high-profile cyberattacks this year (Wannacrry, NotPetya) have exploited vulnerabilities for which patches and updates already existed.
Register for this short webinar for an overview on the biggest attacks of the year and learn more about how Symantec Patch Management provides visibility and compliance across today’s heterogenous environments to protect against similar attacks in the future.
Your organization has a cloud-first imperative. You know that traditional, perimeter defenses will not protect employees using cloud applications. This webcast discusses five emerging use cases and how to address them while keeping employees, partners, and clients productive.
- Discovery of Shadow IT
- Managing any vs. all cloud applications
- Securing users anywhere
- Protecting the data, wherever it flows
- UEBA in the cloud - it's more important than you think
Blockchain technology is popping up everywhere from the currency market to smart contracts. The growth in the technology is evident from the investments being made, for example, PwC estimated that in the last nine last nine months of 2016, $1.4 billion had been invested globally in blockchain startups. This stems from its potential to enable efficiencies and cost-saving opportunities based on moving to a decentralized approach and away from the current centralized systems. With all the hype around blockchain, companies need to cut through the hype and ask the question - when does blockchain actually make business sense?
Blockchain is not a silver bullet and cannot solve every problem. There is also the added complexity of managing the security of many distributed nodes can only be justified by gaining business benefits from using blockchain. In this webinar, we will look at a business qualifying approach to blockchain to help you evaluate valid blockchain use cases and identify the security needs surrounding blockchain operations. Join us to learn more on:
•Securing blockchain from the edge to the core
•The operational benefits and pitfalls of blockchain technology
•Our 4 step qualification process for blockchain business opportunities:
1.Is there an established business process?
2.Are there more 3 parties involved – i.e. is it a distributed problem?
3.Is it important that the data being exchanged is trusted and considered to be factually accurate?
4.Would automation improve the performance of the process?
Making Digital transformation real is a tough challenge for most businesses. A successful strategy is to start with a data platform that simplifies data collection, consolidation, protection and preservation which further drives insights, and services at scale. Laura Dubois, Group Vice President of Storage, Servers, and Infrastructure at IDC joins us to discuss why organizations should be prioritizing the data platform as they embark on their digital transformation journey.
In this webinar you will learn about industry trends that are reshaping how IT is used as a strategic asset extracting the value of your data effectively. You will also learn about how Elastic Cloud Storage (ECS) can build on insights to modernize and build cloud native applications accelerating your move to the third platform and beyond.
There are a lot of benefits to running databases on cloud infrastructure – reduced costs, fewer capital expenses and better agility. It’s easier, faster and less expensive to deploy and/or scale databases on cloud infrastructure. However, there are important considerations to understand when it comes to databases in the cloud, public or private.
MariaDB TX (OLTP) and MariaDB AX (OLAP) are great database solutions for cloud infrastructure. In fact, according to the most recent OpenStack User Survey (April 2017), MariaDB is the most widely deployed database on OpenStack.
In this webinar, MariaDB and 451 Research will discuss why companies are moving to cloud infrastructure, what you need to know in order to be successful and why MariaDB database solutions are a great fit for the cloud.
Join us to learn about:
•The benefits of cloud infrastructure
•Key considerations before moving to the cloud
•Getting started on AWS and Microsoft Azure
The data protection process sometimes has objectives that seem to be in opposition to one another. On one side, the organization needs rapid and frequent data captures so that RPOs and RTOs are met. On the other side, there is a need for cost effective long term retention so that the organization is protected from ransomware. Finding the right balance between these extremes is called hitting the data protection sweet spot. In this live webinar, experts from Storage Switzerland and Carbonite will help you get there.
One of the most frustrating threat innovations of the last decade has been ‘ransomware’ malware. Initially considered just a consumer threat, financial, government and commercial enterprise networks can now be listed among its victims. Our security experts examine the technical and business threats that ransomware continues to pose to organizations for which IT security teams must be prepared to address and overcome.
During the session, Carl Leonard and Neil Addleton will discuss the latest on WannaCry, Petya, Jaff and Cradlecore as well as examining the concept of “have-a-go” cybercrime. Highlights include:
- Which ransomware should you defend against?
- Should you pay the ransom?
- What can you do to protect your data and network? (research-based)
- How is your organization using the Cloud in a risky way, putting your data more at risk?
Security Operations Centers, or SOCs, were invented to enable ease of collaboration among security personnel across different technologies and location, providing a full view of an attack. Most traditional SOC practices and tools, where established in a time when cyberattacks were primarily manual in nature. Nowadays, machine-based automated cyberattacks, with multi-steps approach leveraging variety of entry points are the norm and are challenging enterprises to ‘re-think’ their SOC and InfoSec team’s strategy.
Join Matt Mellen from our PMM team, and Rinki Sethi, who leads our InfoSec team, for an educational webinar on defining and building your Next-Generation SOC, sharing insights and providing best practice from our own experiences.
Join this information session to understand:
•Why traditional SOCs fail.
•What defines a Next-Gen SOC.
•How to shift in focus from detection to prevention
•The business value of building a Next-Gen SOC in your organization.
The use of cloud object storage is ramping up sharply, especially in the public cloud, to reduce capital budgets and operating expenses. However, enterprises are challenged with legacy applications that do not support standard protocols to move data to and from the cloud.
Enterprises have developed strategies specific to the public cloud for Data Protection, Archive, Application development, DevOps, Big Data Analytics and Cognitive Artificial Intelligence. However, these same organizations have legacy applications and infrastructure that are not cloud friendly.
Object storage is a secure, simple, scalable, and cost-effective means of managing the explosive growth of unstructured data enterprises generate every day. Gateways enable SMB and NFS data transfers to be converted to Amazon’s S3 protocol while optimizing data with deduplication and providing QoS efficiency on the data path to the cloud.
This webcast will highlight the market trends toward the adoption of object storage and the use of gateways to execute a cloud strategy, the benefits of object storage when gateways are deployed, and the use cases that are best suited to leverage this solution.
Join this webcast to learn:
•The benefits of object storage when gateways are deployed
•Primary use cases for using object storage and gateways in private, public or hybrid cloud
•How gateways can help achieve the goals of your cloud strategy without
retooling your on-premise infrastructure and applications
Role-Based Expert Enhancement Platforms (REEPs) are the future of embedded Artificial Intelligence.
Amalgam Insights believes that the key to success for artificial intelligence is embedded AI aligned to role-specific and industry-specific challenges. The goal is to provide focused outputs that enhance the best judgment of subject matter experts. This leads to a core mission of Amalgam Insights: improving the consumption of enterprise technology.
Based on interviews with dozens of enterprise application platform users, application vendors, and machine learning providers, Amalgam Insights described how lessons from embedded BI and application analytics can be used to create the next-generation of embedded AI and embedded machine learning applications.
In Philip K. Dick's 1956 "The Minority Report," murder ceased to occur due to the work of the "Precrime Division," that anticipated and prevented killings before they happened. Today, we are only beginning to see the impact of predictive analytics upon cybersecurity – especially for insider threat detection and prevention. Based on user interaction with data, CISOs and their teams emerge as the IT equivalent of a Precrime Division, empowered to intervene before a violation is ever committed.
In this webcast, we will examine the technologies which make predictive analytics valuable, along with ethically minded guidance to strike the balance between vigilance and privacy.
Cloud apps such as Dropbox, Box, Salesforce, Office 365 and Google Apps enhance productivity and collaboration between teams, but IT professionals have difficulty taking away access to these apps once users start relying on them. Taking them away is not the solution; instead, you should understand how to leverage the cloud’s operational benefits and cost advantages while simultaneously providing your IT team with visibility into cloud app usage.
Using CASB (Cloud Access Security Broker) technology, organizations gain visibility into cloud app usage, identify high-risk activities and enforce policy and controls for cloud apps to prevent account-centric threats, meet compliance requirements and protect data.
Join Shan Zhou, Sr. Director of CASB Engineering at Forcepoint, for an overview on CASB and as he addresses:
• What are the gaps in cloud app security and how does CASB address them?
• How do you identify the risky applications your employees are using?
• What are the key CASB features to consider when implementing it into your environment?
The goal of higher education is “to create prepared minds”. But recently, universities and colleges are finding that they have to defend themselves from cyber-attacks that put everything at risk— their brand, reputation, and intellectual property.
The ability to respond quickly and effectively is incredibly important, especially for higher education organizations that need to protect a huge amount of confidential data which ranges from proprietary research projects to personally identifiable information. Adding to the complexity is the fact that many end users are accessing networks with personally owned devices, which are not managed by the IT/security teams.
How prepared is your team to prevent detect and respond to these cyber threats?
In this webcast you will hear from Tim Gallo, a sales engineer on the Cyber Security Services team, who works with organizations to strengthen their cyber defense.
Register for this webcast to:
• Hear about the threats and challenges facing higher education
• Learn about the stages of the attack lifecycle and how to prepare for each stage
• Understand how to increase your resiliency and train your team
• Discover how to optimize your cyber security operations with expertise and threat intelligence
Today’s technology decisions require “next-level” business case justification. Forrester’s Total Economic Impact™ framework identifies all factors that affect a significant technology investment decision. For this commissioned study, Forrester Consulting recently examined inputs from a Forcepoint Web Security Cloud and Email Security Cloud client to determine the benefits, costs, flexibility and risks. The results are notable.
This webcast outlines a three-year impact, including:
• 122% ROI
• $895,000 benefits
• $492,000 NPV
• 6 month payback
Join this webcast to understand the framework and how Forcepoint delivers value.
Data security is a never-ending battle to keep up with the latest regulations and protect intellectual property from targeted attacks and accidental exposure—all while adapting to evolving IT environments of cloud applications. Understandably, most enterprises want to meet their compliance demands and data protection needs with integrated, built-in DLP features that come with cloud applications like Office 365. Most take the seemingly logical approach to chase the data in your Office 365, other cloud apps and IT systems—find it, catalogue it, control it. But this ignores the biggest threat to data security—your people. By ignoring how your people interact with the data, who touches it and who has access to it, data protection teams limit their perspective to IT systems and don’t actually reduce the risk of data loss. Data security shouldn’t start and stop with the data. By focusing on your people and how they interact with the data, data security teams can deliver actual data protection that eases the burden of compliance, identifies risk based on user behavior and stops data loss by applying the appropriate control based on user risk and sensitivity of the data.
Big Data insights enable Fast Data applications. Your data can generate value when it’s aggregated, analyzed, and applied to business decisions.
We live for long-term data preservation, and we’re
changing the economics of data. Find out how on Sept. 27. Don’t miss our announcement!
Big Data insights enable Fast Data applications. Your data can generate value when it’s aggregated, analyzed, and applied to business decisions.
We live for long-term data preservation, and we’re
changing the economics of data. Find out how on Sept. 27. Don’t miss our announcement!
As organizations continue to shift to cloud computing, new research reveals a significant consolidation of threats in specific layers of the computing model. Effective attackers, always seeking the weakest spots in network defenses, understand the changing attack landscape, have adapted their attack methods to this new paradigm. How do we evolve our security strategies to meet this challenge?
Join Scott Lambert, VP of Threat Intelligence, and Allison Armstrong, VP of Product & Technical Marketing, as they share impactful insights from Alert Logic’s 2017 Cloud Security Report, based upon findings from verified security incidents from thousands of companies around world. They will discuss:
• How security incidents differ on hybrid networks versus public-cloud installations
• What the top 6 web attack types are that account for 75% of verified incidents
• Machine learning’s impact on detecting incidents and understanding attack progression
• Important steps to preventing targeted attacks and protecting your data
Watch ‘Understanding Your Cloud Attack Surface’ to understand how today’s vulnerabilities are being exploited and key strategies you can adopt to increase security and manage risk.
Broadcast media is undergoing wholesale change due to demands from consumers, competitors, and creative opportunity for new types of content. Virtualization at multiple points of the distribution and delivery network is recognized as the only way to meet these demands. This webcast will review in detail the technologies involved in the virtualization of broadcast media, from network, to master control centers, to edge device delivery.
Steve Smith, CTO, Cloud, Imagine Communications
Stephen Smith is the CTO, Cloud, for Imagine Communications, where he leads the transformation of solutions to support media and entertainment markets in a future defined by IP, software, virtualization and cloud. Previously, Smith was the Executive Director of Media Systems at Starz Entertainment in Colorado, where he was responsible for the technology, implementation and operation of their Media Asset Management and Content Processing platforms. With 20+ years in the industry, Stephen has extensive experience in architecting, deploying, owning and operating complex media processing, origination and distributions systems.
Host: Limor Schafman, Content Development Director, TIA
Building or running a cloud?
Attend this webinar to explore the great impact which an outstanding storage solution can have on your entire public or private cloud. Intel and StorPool have created a production tested solution, which you can use to build faster, safer and more efficient clouds.
Join us to learn how:
•an outstanding storage solution can improve your entire cloud;
•reduce costs and eliminate vendor lock-in by using software-defined infrastructure on standard hardware;
•solve IOPS or latency issues of your applications;
•get a storage solution capable of delivering 450,000+ IOPS and 0.25 ms latency at less than $40,000;
•boost your business' margins and agility.