In the traditional world of EDW, ETL pipelines are a troublesome bottleneck when preparing data for use in the data warehouse. ETL pipelines are notoriously expensive and brittle, so as companies move to Hadoop they look forward to getting rid of the ETL infrastructure.
But is it that simple? Some companies are finding that in order to move data between clusters for backup or aggregation purposes, they are building systems that look an awful lot like ETL.
Join us for a live webinar featuring Dr. Jim Metzler, Distinguished Research Fellow at Ashton Metzler & Associates, as he discusses the future of the WAN and why now is the time to rethink the architecture in order to evolve/accelerate your business.
Why take the traditional approach to branch office expansion by relying on providers that can’t meet the urgency of your business needs? A new era has come where complexity, cost, flexibility and time-to-market are no longer a hurdle. Welcome to the world of the Software-Defined WAN.
Join this webinar featuring Jim Metzler, industry specialist to discover:
•Why it’s time to re-architect your WAN
•How today’s WAN infrastructure is failing IT
•New market dynamics that the traditional WAN cannot support
•A step-by-step approach to evolving your WAN with minimal disruption
For the Data Scientist, Data Science is complex; for the average business user it is a mystical art form that promises a lot, but often under delivers against expectation. For many established companies the result of this has been a lack of investment in an area that is, for others, quickly becoming an area of competitive advantage.
Helping the business understand the value of Big Data and Analytics, whilst also helping translate their business requirements and expectations, is a critical foundational step of the Data Analytics Lifecycle that can lead to greater investment from the business and greater profit for the organization. By way of customer examples, this presentation discusses the importance of engaging the business early and the importance of being able to tell an engaging story about the ‘Art of the Possible’.
New video! Manage your vSphere environment with a powerful solution that leverages the cloud, always-on analytics, and data science to optimize visibility, insight and control. Five minutes to activate, and you can increase utilization, boost performance, diagnose, troubleshoot and fix issues—even proactively—ten times faster. Eliminate capacity shortfalls and drill down to root causes, hazards and more.
Join us for a live Big Data Analytics customer case study webcast featuring Dana Gardner, a leading IT industry analyst at Interarbor Solutions, as he interviews Procera Networks executive, Cam Cullen.
Learn how Procera Networks dealt with massive data volume challenges to provide network performance benefits to its global users, powered by HPE Vertica. HPE Vertica is the industry’s first comprehensive, scalable, open, and secure platform for Big Data Analytics.
Financial advisors espouse that proper asset allocation during times of market volatility can help us sleep better. There is a parallel in the IT world. With volatility driven by technology advancement, virtual & cloud environments, and consumer demand for the newest applications and hardware, a good night’s sleep for an Asset Manager requires properly managed and optimally allocated hardware and software assets in a constantly changing environment.
This session explores this intimidating world, common pitfalls, prescriptive actions and what the latest technology can do to make sure your assets, licenses and infrastructure are optimally aligned to drive wealth in IT…and let the Asset Manager sleep well without the fear of negative audit findings and exorbitant fines.
A movement is underway. Businesses are awakening to a new era of the digital enterprise, requiring companies to find new ways of delivering their services built for the digital era. Success in this new era requires a digital industrialization strategy in which datacenters become the core asset of the business enabling a transformation from an infrastructure that is tightly coupled with the business to a modern infrastructure that enables any business.
Digital industrialization is a continuous cycle that organizations can use to turn IT infrastructure from a cost into an asset by standardizing on one set of technologies and economics across facilities, hardware, software, and operations; consolidating datacenters; abstracting functionality; automating operations and governing it all to ensure security, integrity, and compliance.
This presentation will go through why digital industrialization is needed, what the benefits are and how the Ericsson Cloud portfolio facilitates it.
Would you like to cut complexity across all phases of app development and deployment?
Join us for this straightforward discussion on how CA Application Lifecycle Conductor reduces risk through a single source-of-truth. CA Application Lifecycle Conductor automates and manages the software development lifecycles that span mobile-to-mainframe environments — from the initial service desk ticket to the deployment of the application in production.
Join Rose Sakach, Sr. Principal Product Manager, and Vaughn Marshall, Director, Product Management as they outline CA Application Lifecycle Conductor’s many benefits. Discover how you can:
• Create one view and traceability for the application development lifecycle
• Identify the potential time savings for project managers, release managers and compliance managers
• Determine which customer segments would benefit the most from adopting CA ALC
Are you ready to simplify application lifecycle management—from mobile to mainframe?
With the average company experiencing unplanned downtime 13 times a year, the costs associated with continuing to invest in a legacy backup solution can be extensive. For this reason, more customers are switching to Veeam® and Quantum than ever before. Update to a modern data center and achieve Availability for the Always-On Enterprise™ with Veeam coupled with Quantum’s tiered storage that increases performance, reduces bandwidth requirements and executes a best practices for data protection.
After a record-setting year in 2015, where will the tech M&A market go in 2016? What trends that pushed M&A spending to its highest level since the Internet Bubble burst will continue to drive deals and which ones will wind down? What other sectors are likely to see the most activity this year? And most importantly, what valuations will be handed out in deals over the coming year? Drawing on data and views from across 451 Research, the Tech M&A Outlook webinar maps many of the major developments in the IT landscape (IoT, Big Data, cloud computing) to how those influence corporate acquisition strategies. Join us for a look ahead to what we expect for tech M&A in 2016.
Optical networking equipment manufacturers who deploy optical transceivers in their products can choose from a variety of different optoelectronic technologies to satisfy higher speed data center requirements, such as deploying multiple fiber lanes (multimode/singlemode parallel optics), Advanced Modulation/Encoding/Error Correction/Dispersion Compensation and WDM (Wave Division Multiplexing).
Products that support communications networks such as the optical physical layer components (like structured cabling) will change depending on transceiver technology and deployment requirements (application reach, module interfaces, patching/pathway densities, etc.). This talk will focus on the synergies required between optical transceiver technology and the fiber cable plant and will explore the tradeoffs (cost, performance, data rate migration, etc.) in technology selection.
This presentation will cover the need for increasing bandwidth in today's enterprise data centers and building networks. As 10Gb/s speeds become commonplace, 40 and 100Gb/s networks are becoming increasingly common in high speed data center backbones. While single-mode fiber has had the advantage in longer distance links, multimode fiber has held an advantage in short distance Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser (VCSEL) based technology. The presentation will discuss work in the fiber industry to develop a next generation multimode fiber that will support multiple wavelengths while maintaining the low cost advantage of VCSEL based technology. It will discuss advances in the transceiver industry that can take advantage of a next generation short wavelength division multiplexing (SWDM) multimode fiber. Finally, it will cover the latest work in standards organizations to define this next generation fiber.
Learn about Wide Band Multimode Fiber (WBMMF) -- the application drivers, multiplexing technology, parallel fiber transmission, and Short Wavelength Wave Division Multiplexing. This presentation will also review the cabling evolution roadmap and the WBMMF specification framework.
Avoid EMI while achieving longer distances and higher performance utilizing fiber optics for EtherNet/IP networks across manufacturing zones and devices. In this session, you’ll hear about physical layer best practices and understand proper fiber media selection for each physical layer in the EtherNet/IP network. We will review design recommendations and considerations to help you successfully deploy a robust and secure plant-wide implementation of EtherNet/IP.
Michael German, Global Enterprise Technical Director, CommScope
Managing physical connectivity layer in any data center is a challenge. In today’s fiber-rich, highly complex, ultra-high density environment of data centers it can seem virtually impossible. So more data centers are relying on automated infrastructure management (AIM) solutions to track and manage their growing network.
Join intelligent connectivity expert Michael German of CommScope for a look at the strategies behind the deployment of AIM systems in data centers
TIA-1179 specifies requirements for telecommunications infrastructure for healthcare facilities. In this webinar learn what the factors are that are driving this standard, the applications that are affected by it and how it differs from other current cabling infrastructure standards.
With today’s high data rate installations, loss budgets are very low and correct testing is paramount. Results from a global survey conducted by Fluke Networks show that more than 90% of contractors surveyed reported at least one problem and more than50% reported six problems on links installed over a 30 day time period! The time and cost for retesting installations is significant and can have a large impact on warranty coverage.