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  • Flash Myth: Flash is for Everything vs. Flash is for One Thing Flash Myth: Flash is for Everything vs. Flash is for One Thing George Crump, Storage Switzerland Recorded: Aug 17 2016 62 mins
    Different workloads demand different attributes from their storage. These differences lead some to believe flash storage is only good for certain point use cases like accelerating databases. But the performance of flash systems lead others to claim a single flash system can support all workloads. The truth, as usual, is somewhere in the middle. Join Storage Switzerland and IBM for this live interactive webinar where we bust another flash myth and help you select the right flash for the right workload for the right reasons.
  • DSI 2016 Highlights Video DSI 2016 Highlights Video SNIA Recorded: Jul 28 2016 4 mins
    Here is the highlight reel of SNIA's 2016 Data Storage Innovation Conference!
  • What Does Your Next NetApp Refresh Look Like? What Does Your Next NetApp Refresh Look Like? George Crump Recorded: Jul 26 2016 62 mins
    Most organizations making an investment in NetApp Filers count on the system to store user data and host virtual machine datastores from an environment like VMware. In addition these organizations want their NetApp systems to do more and be the repository for the next wave of unstructured data; data generated by machines. NetApp systems are busting at the seams, so these organizations are trying to decide what to do next.

    To help you find out what to do next, join Storage Switzerland and Caringo for our live webinar and learn:

    1. What are the modern unstructured data use cases
    2. The challenges NetApp faces in addressing its customers’ issues
    3. Other solutions; can all-flash or object storage solve these challenges
    4. Making the move - how to migrate from NetApp to other systems
    5. How to re-purpose, instead of replacing your NetApp
  • Licensing Databases on vSphere with Converged and Hyperconverged Platforms Licensing Databases on vSphere with Converged and Hyperconverged Platforms Nathan Biggs, CEO, House of Brick Technologies Recorded: Jul 20 2016 57 mins
    Discover the complexities of licensing database technologies such as Oracle, SQL Server and PostgreSQL on VMware, with particular emphasis on modern converged and hyper-converged platforms. It's vital to ensure your virtual machines stay compliant with your database vendor’s license requirements. Join us to learn about the business and financial risks involved if you don't have a solid plan in place for compliance, as well as explore strategies for controlling and/or reducing costs and limiting organizational risk.
  • Driving Digital Transformation in Federal Government Driving Digital Transformation in Federal Government Dustin Laun, Sr. Advisor of Innovation at FCC, Jordan Braunstein, Principal at Visual Integrator Recorded: Jul 14 2016 32 mins
    Learn from MuleSoft experts on why legacy modernization is a vital step toward pursuing digital transformation, and how the Anypoint Platform can support legacy modernization in the federal government.
  • SDN — The New Networking Stack SDN — The New Networking Stack Dr. Jim Metzler, Co-Founder & Principal Analyst at Ashton, Metzler & Associates; Todd Krautkremer, SVP, Cradlepoint Recorded: Jun 15 2016 54 mins
    In less than a decade, virtualization and cloud technologies have transformed enterprise computing from top (applications) to bottom (storage).

    During this time, computing has evolved from a tiered and operationally isolated architecture of front-end, application, database and storage servers — each tier having its own teams, processes, tools, and manual functions — to a tightly integrated, fully automated “stack” that’s orchestrated with a common set of people and tools.

    Because of this unification and automation of the computing stack, enterprises can now instantly deploy workloads across private and public clouds with ease. While this evolution has been occurring on the computing side of IT, networks have remained largely unchanged. Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) technologies are about to change that.

    Join Cradlepoint and analyst Dr. Jim Metzler in a discussion about SDN and NFV and how they are creating the new networking stack.
  • Transactional Analytics Delivers Greater Visibility With End-to-End Monitoring Transactional Analytics Delivers Greater Visibility With End-to-End Monitoring Eric Odell, Dan Iuster, Dana Gilboa Recorded: May 25 2016 61 mins
    Poor application performance and crashes cost millions of dollars to businesses globally. Yet, recent surveys show that only 26% of application teams will proactively examine user experience metrics in production. 72% of app teams first learn of UX issues through user complaints.

    Today’s impatient and intolerant user is quick to abandon slow performing, crashing and error prone apps. So it is up to application teams to quickly isolate issues, understand what went wrong and know how to fix it fast.

    Join us for this webinar and learn how HPE AppPulse Trace cuts through the complexity of isolating transaction performance issues. During this live webcast, user experience experts will demonstrate how to correlate performance issues from the user action to service code execution and diagnose issues down to the line of code and log messages.

    During this Webinar, you will learn how to:

    Quickly drill down to server-side transactions for rapid investigation of performance bottlenecks
    Trace transactions from the browser or mobile app all the way to the backend
    Trace all aspects of transaction execution including end-to-end flow, code timing, contextual logs, exceptions and database queries
  • Five Benefits to Using SDS for Emerging Docker and Container Initiatives Five Benefits to Using SDS for Emerging Docker and Container Initiatives Rob Whiteley Recorded: May 18 2016 45 mins
    As traditional enterprises look to experiment with emerging Docker use cases, the need to connect containers to persistent data or even just to share data between Docker containers becomes more obvious. However, this expansion has proven to be a challenge for infrastructure that relies on monolithic storage arrays. As a result, enterprises are looking to software-defined storage as a more attractive choice because of its flexibility, programmability and ability to provide well-managed, persistent storage. In this talk, you’ll get:

    • What Docker is and is not, as well as container-specific storage challenges
    • Why you need container-specific storage policies, SLAs, and classes of service (CoS)
    • How to leverage software-defined storage solutions for Docker and containers
    • When to use hyperconverged or hyperscale architectures for your Docker initiatives
  • Supercharge your Application Services with Software-Defined Load Balancers Supercharge your Application Services with Software-Defined Load Balancers Guru Chahal, VP of Product, Avi Networks Recorded: May 17 2016 50 mins
    Computing models in today’s dynamic data centers and clouds are changing dramatically. Application-centric enterprises are finding that they need to develop nimble operational models for infrastructure, networking, and application services. Application delivery controllers (ADCs) are an important part of the networking and application services considerations for software-defined data centers.

    New software-defined load balancers are significantly improving the way that application services are delivered and scaled, while freeing IT from repetitive tasks through intelligent automation. Application developers and lines of business are benefiting from better APIs that align with their goals for continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) and cloud-native applications.

    In this webinar, you’ll learn:

    – How to eliminate the overprovisioning and overspending that is typical with traditional hardware-based load balancing solutions?
    – How to scale not just load balancers but also applications, elastically and predictively based on real-time traffic patterns?
    – How to take advantage of x86 servers, VMs, or containers to deliver application services close to individual applications?
    – What are the best ways to support multi-cloud deployments and cloud-native applications?
    – Ways to troubleshoot applications in minutes with the ability to record and replay traffic events, security and client data.
    – How to accelerate application services for SDN environments such as Cisco ACI and private clouds such as OpenStack or for container-based microservices applications?
    – The move to agile infrastructure and operations is already happening and it is now reaching critical networking components in the stack such as ADCs.
  • VMware - Flash-as-a-Service - Achieve Flash Performance with Cloud Economics VMware - Flash-as-a-Service - Achieve Flash Performance with Cloud Economics George Crump, Storage Switzerland Recorded: May 11 2016 61 mins
    Join us for our live webinar on May 11th at 1 p.m.ET and 10 a.m. PT when Storage Switzerland and Tegile Systems will discuss how the acquisition and operating costs of flash make it feasible to build a private cloud that is responsive to the needs of the business and cost effective.

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