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VMworld 2011: Journey to the Cloud

Intel
Missed VMworld? Here you will be able to absorb some key highlights from the 3 day show in 3minutes. Intel and VMworld have a close partnership that extends to bring business value to customers and partners alike. Find out what customers, partners, Intel and VMware are doing together on the journey to the Cloud.
Sep 1 2011
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VMworld 2011: Journey to the Cloud
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  • Join us on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 at 11:00 AM PST/2:00 PM EST for a webinar titled "Hyperscaling Your SaaS Infrastructure" featuring InsideBIGDATA Managing Editor, Daniel Gutierrez and GridGain co-founder and EVP of Engineering, Dmitriy Setrakyan.

    In this 50 minute webinar we'll explore how modern SaaS, PaaS and IaaS systems are achieving unprecedented levels of scale and performance by implementing In-Memory Computing (IMC) technologies. We'll cover which types of services will benefit most from IMC, how IMC compares to alternative technologies, and how to get started evaluating this game-changing technology.

    This webinar is a must-see for technology leaders in the transition to high-speed, low-latency Saas, PaaS or IaaS services. Register Now.
  • Join us on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 at 11:00 AM PST/2:00 PM EST for a webinar titled "Hyperscaling Your SaaS Infrastructure" featuring InsideBIGDATA Managing Editor, Daniel Gutierrez and GridGain co-founder and EVP of Engineering, Dmitriy Setrakyan.

    In this 50 minute webinar we'll explore how modern SaaS, PaaS and IaaS systems are achieving unprecedented levels of scale and performance by implementing In-Memory Computing (IMC) technologies. We'll cover which types of services will benefit most from IMC, how IMC compares to alternative technologies, and how to get started evaluating this game-changing technology.

    This webinar is a must-see for technology leaders in the transition to high-speed, low-latency Saas, PaaS or IaaS services. Register Now.
  • Hyper-converged storage is turning out to be the buzz phrase of the storage industry in 2015, one with as many confusing and contradictory definitions as there are vendors. In theory, the combining of server and storage tiers into a single entity should deliver better application performance and lower infrastructure costs. In practice, your mileage will vary.

    Join us for this webinar where industry expert Jon Toigo – chairman and co-founder of the Data Management Institute – will help to identify key criteria for making the right infrastructure decision for your business. Mr. Toigo will offer his key criteria in selecting a hyper-converged infrastructure model and he will survey the offerings of leading vendors to identify the “gotchas,” trade-offs and lock-ins of each option so you find the best fit for your company.
  • Hyper-converged storage is turning out to be the buzz phrase of the storage industry in 2015, one with as many confusing and contradictory definitions as there are vendors. In theory, the combining of server and storage tiers into a single entity should deliver better application performance and lower infrastructure costs. In practice, your mileage will vary.

    Join us for this webinar where industry expert Jon Toigo – chairman and co-founder of the Data Management Institute – will help to identify key criteria for making the right infrastructure decision for your business. Mr. Toigo will offer his key criteria in selecting a hyper-converged infrastructure model and he will survey the offerings of leading vendors to identify the “gotchas,” trade-offs and lock-ins of each option so you find the best fit for your company.
  • Hyper-converged storage is turning out to be the buzz phrase of the storage industry in 2015, one with as many confusing and contradictory definitions as there are vendors. In theory, the combining of server and storage tiers into a single entity should deliver better application performance and lower infrastructure costs. In practice, your mileage will vary.

    Join us for this webinar where industry expert Jon Toigo – chairman and co-founder of the Data Management Institute – will help to identify key criteria for making the right infrastructure decision for your business. Mr. Toigo will offer his key criteria in selecting a hyper-converged infrastructure model and he will survey the offerings of leading vendors to identify the “gotchas,” trade-offs and lock-ins of each option so you find the best fit for your company.
  • Hyper-converged storage is turning out to be the buzz phrase of the storage industry in 2015, one with as many confusing and contradictory definitions as there are vendors. In theory, the combining of server and storage tiers into a single entity should deliver better application performance and lower infrastructure costs. In practice, your mileage will vary.

    Join us for this webinar where industry expert Jon Toigo – chairman and co-founder of the Data Management Institute – will help to identify key criteria for making the right infrastructure decision for your business. Mr. Toigo will offer his key criteria in selecting a hyper-converged infrastructure model and he will survey the offerings of leading vendors to identify the “gotchas,” trade-offs and lock-ins of each option so you find the best fit for your company.
  • Network Managers have a tall order in IT organizations today. Typically, they are tasked with two conflicting business directives:

    1. Deliver optimal end-user experience for networked applications

    2. Reduce the operational cost of the network, or reduce the IT budget

    But the knee jerk approach of “throwing bandwidth at the problem” while potentially improving end user experience, is hardly the answer to cost management and network optimization.

    In this webinar, Chris Greer will discuss the challenges that result from the common approaches utilized today in capacity planning and, outline a new way, comprised of 4 actionable steps to optimizing the bandwidth you may already have.
  • Network Managers have a tall order in IT organizations today. Typically, they are tasked with two conflicting business directives:

    1. Deliver optimal end-user experience for networked applications

    2. Reduce the operational cost of the network, or reduce the IT budget

    But the knee jerk approach of “throwing bandwidth at the problem” while potentially improving end user experience, is hardly the answer to cost management and network optimization.

    In this webinar, Chris Greer will discuss the challenges that result from the common approaches utilized today in capacity planning and, outline a new way, comprised of 4 actionable steps to optimizing the bandwidth you may already have.
  • Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) provides a new ecosystem and value chain in mobile networks. The Open-RAN ecosystem enables Mobile Operators to open their Radio Access Network (RAN) edge to authorized third-party applications and services. By transforming proximity, context, agility, rapid response time and speed into value for mobile users, mobile operators, network equipment vendors, and third-party providers can improve the customer experience and monetize mobile broadband. The MEC trend is gaining momentum with the establishment of an ETSI MEC Standardization group led by Intel, Nokia, Huawei and other major players.

    In the Webinar, we will present the MEC architecture within the mobile network and demonstrate a number of use cases
    -Leveraging the Open-RAN ecosystem to bring 3rd party applications like Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) to the Radio Edge;
    -Demonstrating the value of real-time network awareness for optimized content delivery;
    -And presenting advanced RAN-based technologies that further accelerate content delivery
  • As companies explore how they can leverage OpenStack to advance their business, they often ask if OpenStack is really “production-ready.” Through co-founding OpenStack, running one of the world’s largest OpenStack clouds, and managing OpenStack private clouds for enterprises, we know what is takes to make OpenStack production-ready. In this session, Justin Shepard, a Rackspace distinguished architect, will discuss what it means to be "production-ready" and how we designed Rackspace Private Cloud Powered By OpenStack to run production workloads. Register today to join this insightful and informative discussion.
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  • Developing an Effective Cloud Strategy Recorded: May 9 2012 54 mins
    Parviz Peiravi, Principal Architect – Enterprise Computing, Intel
    With so many cloud options available today, it’s hard to determine the best strategy, architecture, and specific solutions and associated technologies your enterprise. Intel believes building cloud infrastructure is a journey—and appropriate planning, based on architectural principals, will ensure consistency throughout each implementation phase. In this webcast, you’ll get practical advice based on real-world experience for developing a private or hybrid cloud strategy that successfully builds on your existing or upcoming data center. We’ll discuss cloud strategy development, maturity framework, application and infrastructure assessment, the importance of aligned business processes, and lessons learned.
  • Cloud Security & Control: A Multi-Layer Approach to Secure Cloud Computing Recorded: Sep 14 2011 57 mins
    John Rowell, CTO of OpSource & Paul Sathis, Director of Cloud Computing Americas at Intel
    One of the biggest concerns for enterprises considering public cloud services is the notion that they are inherently unsecure. Many cloud implementations treat security as an afterthought - layering it on top of the virtualization server. A more secure solution is a "multi-layer approach", a series of security layers that begin at the base of the network and protect an organization’s assets to the service layer. In this session, John Rowell, CTO of OpSource, joins Intel to discuss the best practices for securing the cloud, comparing and contrasting various approaches for providing edge-to-edge security.
  • Cloudonomics 101: Private, Hybrid & Public Clouds Recorded: Sep 8 2011 57 mins
    Raejeanne Skillern, Director of Cloud Computing at Intel & Kevin Reid, CEO at Virtustream
    Cloud computing is experiencing significant growth across businesses both large and small. This webinar by Intel and Virtustream will address technology and ROI considerations around the right approach for cloud computing within your organization, including:
    •The business value of private, public or hybrid clouds
    •How Intel and Virtustream are addressing critical needs around interoperability, security, efficiency & performance for cloud computing
    •Practical “how to” guidance for organizations moving to cloud computing
    •Case studies on how other enterprises are moving to the cloud
  • VMworld 2011: Journey to the Cloud Recorded: Sep 1 2011 4 mins
    Intel
    Missed VMworld? Here you will be able to absorb some key highlights from the 3 day show in 3minutes. Intel and VMworld have a close partnership that extends to bring business value to customers and partners alike. Find out what customers, partners, Intel and VMware are doing together on the journey to the Cloud.
  • Addressing Obstacles to Cloud Computing Recorded: Aug 11 2011 59 mins
    Alex Rodriguez, VP Systems Engineering & Product Development, Expedient & Raejeanne Skillern, Director Cloud Marketing, Intel
    Despite the positive commentary surrounding the benefits of cloud computing, businesses have frequently cited security, availability, trust and performance as their major concerns towards cloud computing investment. Attend this seminar to learn about new capabilities from Intel and Expedient that address these barriers, including:
    •How Expedient’s cloud solutions leverage Intel technology to deliver high availability and performance at compelling price points.
    •Comprehend how Expedient has built-in security components and is allowing easy auditing of their cloud services.
    •Understand how Expedient is working with Intel to take advantage of recent advances in hardware and software to build a foundation for trust, security, and compliance in their cloud solutions.
Destination for IT to learn about cloud computing solutions from Intel
Intel has been working with global IT and ecosystem leaders to identify next-generation data center and end-user needs that ease the adoption to cloud computing. Attend these webcasts to learn about new capabilities like hardware-assisted virtualization, unified networking, policy-based power management, and trusted compute pools that help with your journey to cloud computing, and also hear from cloud computing service providers who are utilizing these Intel technologies to increase the security, performance and availability of their cloud computing solutions.

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