Developing Your Hybrid Cloud Strategy - Panel Session
A hybrid cloud seems like the best of both worlds. You can protect your sensitive and mission critical applications in your IT’s private cloud, while outsourcing all non-essential data into the public cloud. Seems like a great idea, but how do you do it? How do you determine which data goes where? How do you manage both clouds efficiently? And what about security? Join this panel of experts as they discuss whether the hybrid cloud is a panacea or another headache for IT departments.
RecordedMay 16 201256 mins
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Greg Schulz, Founder/Sr. Advisory Analyst, Server StorageIO
The answer is BCDR and Cloud Backup, however what was the question? Besides how to protect preserve and secure your data, applications along with data Infrastructures against various threat risk issues, what are some other common questions? For example how to modernize, rethink, re-architect, use new and old things in new ways, these and other topics, techniques, trends, tools have common theme of BCDR and Cloud Backup. Join us in this discussion exploring your options for protecting data, applications and your data Infrastructures spanning legacy, software-defined virtual and cloud environments.
- Data Infrastructures exist to support applications and their underlying resource needs
- Various cloud storage options to meet different application PACE needs
- Do clouds need to be backed-up or protected?
- How to leverage clouds for various data protection objectives
- When, where, why and how to use different scenarios
Kong Yang, Head Geek of Virtualization & Cloud Practice, SolarWinds
Cloud is just somebody else’s servers and services. As an IT professional, you needn’t worry about someone else’s infrastructure services right? Tell that to your stakeholders as you work through SLAs and terms and conditions.
In this session, we will discuss how to monitor Hybrid IT, which include cloud services, with discipline and keep your stakeholders satisfied.
- How do I manage applications efficiently and effectively across data centers that span on-premises and off-premises?
- How do I put into practice skills and techniques to ensure acceptable Quality-of-Service (QoS) in a continuous service integration and continuous service delivery environment?
Join us and save your seat today for all things cloud computing!
Kevin L. Jackson, Founder/CEO, GovCloud Network LLC
With everyone now transitioning to the cloud, the number one focus seems to be on selecting the right Cloud Service Provider (CSP). While this is important, that decision must be driven by proper enterprise data governance. Since the enterprise and CSP share data security responsibilities in the cloud, a failure to align IT governance and cloud infrastructure controls with this fact will lead to yet another cloud transition failure. This webinar will provide the foresight you need for success during your organization's infrastructure transition to the cloud, and more.
Nick Ioannou, Head of IT at The Ratcliffe Groves Partnership, Author, IT Blogger
In this session we will cover all things cloud: private, hybrid, public, security, data and more. Join us to discuss:
• Choosing the right long term cloud solution, questions you need to ask
• Making sure you know what you are getting into, the costs going in, staying there and getting out
Nick Ioannou is an IT professional, blogger and author with over 20 years’ corporate experience, including 13 years using cloud/hosted software as a service (SAAS) systems. He started blogging in 2012 on free software and IT tips (http://nick-ioannou.com) currently with over 400+ posts. His first book 'Internet Security Fundamentals' aimed at general users, is an easy to understand guide of the most commonly faced security threats and criminal scams.
Seth Robinson, Sr. Director Technology Analysis, CompTIA
Cloud computing has swept across the IT landscape, but how many businesses are making sweeping changes? CompTIA’s latest cloud research shows that overall cloud adoption is still healthy, but progress along the adoption curve has slowed as companies refine their understanding of the model. This webinar will describe the path to becoming a cloud organization, examine the current state of cloud operations, and review the challenges that remain for full digital transformation.
Arthur Tattersall, Senior Licensing Analyst, Concorde
Cloud service providers like AWS and Azure offer many advantages to the Enterprise, including OPEX operating models, flexible commercial terms and elasticity in computing. In the era of BYOL and License Mobility if you're planning to migrate your existing licensing agreements over to these IaaS environments, you run the risk of eroding your planned savings, creating a suboptimal licensing environment and in the worst case becoming non-complaint. Hear how Concorde has helped leading enterprises gain the visibility and insight to plan for, migrate and manage their licenses to the Cloud and delivered the benefit of Future of Software Asset Management to the IaaS environment.
Bernard Golden, CEO Navica, VP ActiveState Software, and author of Amazon Web Services for Dummies
Infrastructure-as-a-Service is so last-decade. Today’s applications take advantage of a rich stew of cloud computing services up and down the software stack. This presentation will talk about the cloud computing trends that enable next-generation applications and how development teams can take advantage of them to provide competitive differentiation for their organizations.
Join Bernard Golden, author of "Amazon Web Services for Dummies," to participate in the following discussions:
Higher-level cloud services enable next-generation applications
Designing applications beyond Infrastructure-as-a-Service
Managing and monitoring next-generation applications
Addressing lock-in fears
Cost implications associated with using richer cloud services
John Meegan and Mike Edwards, Cloud Standards Customer Council (CSCC)
The topics of interoperability and portability are significant considerations in relation to the use of cloud services, but there is confusion and misunderstanding of exactly what this entails.
Interoperability and Portability for Cloud Computing: A Guide provides a clear definition of interoperability and portability and how these relate to various aspects of cloud computing and to cloud services.
This webinar will describe interoperability and portability in terms of a set of common cloud computing scenarios. This approach assists in demonstrating that both interoperability and portability have multiple aspects and relate to a number of different components in the architecture of cloud computing, each of which needs to be considered in its own right. The aim is to give both cloud service customers and cloud service providers guidance in the provision and selection of cloud services indicating how interoperability and portability affect the cost, security and risk involved.
Past infrastructures provided compute, storage and network enabling static enterprise deployments which changed every few years. This talk will analyze the consequences of a world where production SAP and Spark clusters including data can be provisioned in minutes with the push of a button.
What does it mean for the IT architecture of an enterprise? How to stay in control in a super agile world?
Thomas Meyer, IDC European Research & Mike Shaw, Director Strategic Marketing, HPE
According to Thomas Meyer at IDC, about one third of companies won’t survive the next decade. There is a shift in the way companies are working; innovation is coming from every direction. If you are not being disruptive, it can very well be a case of Digital or Dead in the next decade.
Join this webinar to gain insight on the thrivers versus survivors, how to help your company become a digital player, and the competencies you need to thrive.
The speakers for this webinar are:
Thomas Meyer manages IDC's IT Research in Europe. This includes coverage of software, services and hardware markets focused on topics such as datacenter transformation, cloud computing, virtualization, business continuity, sustainability and print services. Additionally Meyer also manages IDC Europe's cross-domain Practices which provide insight and advisory on 3rd Platform industry transformation such as Internet of Things, Cloud, Mobility, Big Data and Customer Experience IT to ICT vendors and end users.
Mike Shaw is Director of Strategic Marketing at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. He is part of the team creating thought leadership in the areas of Big Data, the Enterprise of the Future, and the Digitization of Everything. During his 30 years HPE; Mike has been an R&D section manager working on HPE’s Business Process Management product; led a business planning team in HPE Software; managed the world-wide marketing of all HPE Software’s Business Service Management products and latterly; been a key contributor to Enterprise 2020 - HPE’s project to define the enterprise of the future (www.enterprise2020.com); and has led Hewlett Packard Enterprise's research into digitalization and its use in customer experience, products and operations. Mike has a degree in Physics from the University of Manchester and a Masters in Control Engineering and Operations Research from Cambridge University and lives in the United Kingdom.
John Kim, SNIA-ESF Chair, James Coomer, DDN, Alex McDonald, SNIA-ESF Vice Chair
Today's storage world would appear to have been divided into three major and mutually exclusive categories: block, file and object storage. Much of the marketing that shapes much of the user demand would appear to suggest that these are three quite distinct animals, and many systems are sold as exclusively either SAN for block, NAS for file or object. And object is often conflated with cloud, a consumption model that can in reality be block, file or object.
But a fixed taxonomy that divides the storage world this way is very limiting, and can be confusing; for instance, when we talk about cloud. How should providers and users buy and consume their storage? Are there other classifications that might help in providing storage solutions to meet specific or more general application needs?
This webcast will explore clustered storage solutions that not only provide multiple end users access to shared storage over a network, but allow the storage itself to be distributed and managed over multiple discrete storage systems. In this webcast, we’ll discuss:
•General principles and specific clustered and distributed systems and the facilities they provide built on the underlying storage
•Better known file systems like NFS, GPFS and Lustre along with a few of the less well known
•How object based systems like S3 have blurred the lines between them and traditional file based solutions.
This webcast should appeal to those interested in exploring some of the different ways of accessing & managing storage, and how that might affect how storage systems are provisioned and consumed. POSIX and other acronyms may be mentioned, but no rocket science beyond a general understanding of the principles of storage will be assumed. Contains no nuts and is suitable for vegans!
When it comes to Cloud Risk Management, there are a lot of moving parts. From traditional outsourcing, to managed services, to cloud computing, it can get confusing trying to communicate these changes and risks to the Board. In this webinar, you will learn the difference between these key players, how IT security plays a role as cloud communication demands continue to increase, and how to build and consolidate your CSP and Corporate Risk Profile for your organization.
This session covers everything from end-to-end encryption, storage, virtualization, and more! Join us to start putting together your action plan today.
Jeremy Snyder, VP Business Development, DivvyCloud
In an SDN-world, every layer of the network is defined as code. This removes the ability to design or rely on physical controls for security and traffic management. Additionally, each new application requires a network architecture concept. It's very easy for large, distributed organizations to get this wrong. How can you ensure that your organization is using software-defined networks in the cloud in EXACTLY the way that you want to be using them? And at scale, that problem only gets more and more challenging. The answer is clear - automation is the key. Design and build rules that can take action in real-time to enforce an SDN configuration with proper policy and security.
To accelerate your business outcomes should you use public or private cloud? The jury has decided and the verdict is: “hybrid.” So you need to manage a hybrid cloud, but what does this exactly mean? Hybrid Cloud Management means managing the entire cloud lifecycle: from design, through workload provisioning, to operations (e.g. monitoring, finance, change, and configuration). This Cloud Model Office webinar will show you Hybrid Cloud Management use cases in action. In this webinar you will see how you can implement capabilities like
Dynamic scalability (flexing)
Hybrid cloud provisioning
Capacity-driven service provisioning
Automated Change & Configuration management
No longer are we in a world where one single tool can fit the bill for performance, especially as teams transition from more traditional performance testing to a practice of performance engineering. Come join a group of panelists to discuss the tools in their performance toolbox. We will also discuss where and how non-HPE tools mix in with their HPE performance tools.
HPE Service Anywhere is a comprehensive, Big Data SaaS service desk based on industry best practices and built on a modern, scalable platform.
August 2016 brings a new, feature-packed HPE Service Anywhere release. This webinar will present the release highlights and the benefits they will bring to your service desk.
New mobile application that enables employees to self-solve issues and request services
ChatOps-style integration with Slack and Hubot for collaboration and fast incident resolution
On-call schedules for automatic routing of tickets to on-duty agents
Project and portfolio management and asset management enhancements
Security and performance features
In our first Helion Cloud Suite web event, we introduced you to the new software suite from HPE that brings together a full range of hybrid cloud capabilities, enabling you to deliver and manage the full spectrum of applications and technologies -- from traditional, virtualized, cloud native and containers -- across a broad range of infrastructure environments.
Join this web event for a deeper dive, and be the first to see this new suite in action:
Manage hybrid and multi-cloud environments
Develop, deploy, and scale cloud-native applications
Drive business performance with focused analytics
More than just a hybrid cloud management platform, the HPE Helion Cloud Suite can help you manage any cloud, any environment, and any technology for any application. Go beyond cloud management, and learn what it means to become a cloud master.
View Part 1 of this 2 part series at: http://www.vivit-worldwide.org/members/group_content_view.asp?group=103644&id=600517
Greg Frazier, Sole Practitioner, Greg Frazier, CPA, PLLC
More and more small and medium sized businesses are moving their ERP systems into the world of cloud computing. Greg Frazier, a Certified Public Accountant and Microsoft Certified Partner, will share insights from some real-life case examples from his portfolio of clients, discussing the pros and cons of cloud based ERP systems from a business and accounting perspective.
Steve Woo, Co-founder and VP of Products, VeloCloud
Enterprises continue to implement or evaluate shifting services which were typically hosted in the branch into the cloud. The reasons include creating a leaner branch, taking advantage of increases in broadband Internet bandwidth and reduced complexity and cost.
This webinar will take a deep dive into the Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN architecture for service chaining. You’ll understanding the architectural differentiation and benefits of this approach and why it offers a superior model for delivering secure, reliable, and high performance service chaining.
All you need to know, what it means and why it matters
Cloud computing is a general concept that incorporates software-as-a-service (SaaS), platform-as-a-service (PaaS), infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and other recent well-known technology trends in which the common theme is reliance on the Internet for satisfying the computing needs of the users.
This channel features presentations by thought leaders who cover the key topic areas in this increasingly important field.
Join this webcast to learn how to:
•Select options for getting your data out of IoT Hub for further processing with Machine Learning and Data Analytics systems
•Understand the two-way communication of your system
•Start wrapping up your full IoT solution, including IoT analytics and IoT data integration
General Dynamics Information Technology can provide end-to-end solutions and professional services for agencies that deliver immigration services. From case management to eligibility determination and security, we can assist agencies in executing their immigration services IT strategy with solutions that enhance systems, increase security and improve processes.
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Sony, Target and now Yahoo! -- you can't let this to happen to you or your business. Help your organization avoid being front page news due to a security breach.
Every organization large and small wants to avoid this all too common reality. From the unintentional sharing of data by employees through a rogue email, to losing data via a lost computer, to surviving hacker attacks, there's a lot to manage.
Join this webcast to learn the top 5 ways to protect your organization and make sure your company isn't the next one hacked.
This webcast is part of our Digital Security in the Modern World webcast series. Sign up for this session, or the entire series today!
This month’s webinar will focus on the mobile ransomware landscape including the evolution of the threat, where we’re seeing attacks occur, and how to protect your devices from this threat. We will also cover the threat statistics we gather from our Trend Micro™ Smart Protection Network™ and the top mobile ransomware threats observed.
The widespread adoption of DevOps and agile IT delivery systems presents new security challenges. Developers need security tools that are integrated with their build processes so they can test the integrity and security of their applications within minutes. Similarly, infosec managers need security tools that automatically discover and protect new applications as they are delivered via rapid automation and elastic processes. But traditional security tools don’t do either of these things. Thus, security is increasingly viewed as a blocker to agile software development and DevOps deployment. To solve this problem, security has to fundamentally evolve from a production-time concept to something that is much more automated and embedded into the dev-test-build cycle itself,
Attend this webinar to learn:
•Why trying to use traditional security tools in DevOps environments will slow down both developers and security operations
•Key attributes you should be thinking about to make your security plan future-proof
•Where can security automation be applied to better align security with DevOps delivery models
The call from the auditor, like your dental cleaning and tax day, comes with dizzying regularity. For more than a decade, companies have been avoiding, eschewing or explicitly fibbing about their cloud use to step around the murky area of cloud compliance.
Why? Because the rules are ambiguous. Because the paperwork is unreal. Because cloud vendors are cagey. Because it was just easier.
And business continues to use the cloud, because it’s critical to growth, IT operations, agility and disaster protection. But you no longer have to pull a fast one on your audit team. Join iland's Director of Compliance to learn:
- What to look for in cloud reporting – in particular for HIPAA, SOC2 and ISO27001
- How your cloud vendor can support you
- What questions auditors typically ask
- How all this impacts your disaster recovery plans as well as your public cloud use
The Internet of Things (IoT) is already a huge deal and it's only going to get bigger
There are far more devices connected to the internet than there are people in the world and that number is projected to grow dramatically in the coming years. Whether you're an individual hobbyist or an enterprise developer, there's a great chance you'll find need for a cloud-based service to listen to the devices in your IoT solution, facilitate communication, and even communicate back to the devices telling them how to behave.
That's why there's Azure IoT. Azure IoT includes the dedicated IoT Hub service, IoT solution templates called IoT Suite, as well as many other general services for processing IoT data and turning them into real business insight. With a little time and learning, you’ll have a service designed to handle massive amounts of communication with devices, but also able to scale down to startup and even hobbyist scenarios.
Join this webcast to learn how to:
•Conceptualize why you might need a cloud-based hub solution
•Easily set up an IoT Hub in Azure
•Create simulated devices and communicate to your hub
Ransomware protection has been top of mind of many of our clients. Join our senior consultant and security expert, Artom Harchenko, for a walkthrough of how to use Microsoft security technologies to prevent a successful ransomware attack. In the case of a breach, learn about telltale signs of ransomware presence in order to protect your corporate data. Artom will be presenting a sample architecture as well as an overview of the technologies involved in ransomware protection.
Load balancing and what load balancers can do are undergoing significant changes as enterprises seek to deploy cloud-native applications in data centers and public clouds. According to Gartner, “Application-centric personnel are driving a return to lightweight, disaggregated load balancers, creating challenges and opportunities for I&O leaders.”
Simultaneously, Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is now reaching mainstream enterprises with the Cisco Cloud Services Platform (CSP) 2100. Avi Networks and Cisco CSP integrate to provide a turn-key solution for the rapid deployment of application services such as load balancing, analytics, and autoscaling on an elastic NFV platform, without requiring any additional expertise. The joint solution ensures that administrators can efficiently roll out elastic, high-performance, load balancing and application monitoring capabilities.
Join Avi Networks and Cisco guest speaker, Gunnar Anderson to learn how enterprises now have an opportunity to take advantage of software-defined load balancing and NFV quickly and easily using:
• Standard x86 servers
• Virtualized/software-based functions
• API-driven approach
• Elastic scaling to millions of SSL TPS