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One of the advantages of software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) is the ability to modify the network on the fly. A closed feedback loop between the service assurance solution and the orchestration system enables network self-healing and self-optimization when providing mission critical services. By identifying performance issues we can take immediate action to solve problems or improve service reliability, thus reducing mean time to repair (MTTR).
You need to ensure that the analysis is performed in real time. Most service assurance solutions set real-time analytics as a goal. Being such a key component of the service assurance solution, further analysis is required on how close to that goal the solution can reach. There are many areas in this type of solution that demand attention: data collection, normalization, correlation, analysis, service-level impact, alerting and more. Each element requires a specific set of strategies to optimize the time taken to make a determination.
Key questions you need to ask when defining real-time analytics include: How many moving pieces do we have on the service assurance solution? How many different vendors are involved? How many data collection systems? Do you need to transfer that data to a second service quality or service experience analytics solution before deciding you need to request a change from the orchestrator? How does your system scale? How many times do I need to manipulate the data to integrate it across multiple systems? Do you need to aggregate collected data at multiple levels before a decision is made?
In this webinar, and its associated whitepaper, we go deep into these aspects of how real-time analytics are crucial to enable closed-loop service assurance in your SDN or NFV solution. The webinar will provide you with ideas on how to optimize your service assurance platform.
Join us on September 20th to learn how intelligence can be used to improve your building and overall business. Hear from Procurement and IT managers at Liberty Hardware as they share their experiences on transforming their facility with networked lighting.
As part of our 3 part series, "User Experience isn't Everything, Its the Only Thing", join Eric Odell from HPE for "Most Important: Optimize Through Analytics and Feedback"
Eric will share how to:
- Improve the quality of your testing practices by using real-time analytics and sentiment analysis to track your user’s experience
- Detect and resolve issues to lower your app abandonment
- Increase adoption rates and deliver a great user experience
Whether you are solely responsible for an application in your company, or you support a team that is, its critical to your business that quality, speed, and performance of your apps are never compromised for your users.
As part of our 3 part series, "User Experience isn't Everything, Its the Only Thing", join Antoine Aymer from HPE for "Foundations to Build a Great UX: Build, Monitor, Optimize" to learn how to deliver a great user experience thru:
- Implementing continuous testing
- Blending virtual users and real devices to get an accurate picture of your end-to-end mobile performance
- Seamlessly report back on defects
Companies are increasing their focus on customer experience, but many are destined for mediocre results. What's the problem? A lack of emotion. While new digital and cross-channel experiences are being developed, they aren't tapping into the most powerful component of the experience.
As part of our 3 part series, "User Experience isn't Everything, Its the Only Thing", join Bruce Temkin from the Temkin Group, who will share leading-edge research on why emotion is so important and what it takes to tap build experiences that tap into its power.
California’s Building Code, Title 24, sets high standards for energy savings and is quickly reshaping the lighting industry as we know it. By 2030, all new non-residential construction will require zero net energy. Additionally, Title 24 compliance may be required in existing non-residential buildings in the event of certain lighting alterations.
See how Coca-Cola is using intelligent lighting to meet their sustainability goals by 2020. Learn more about how Digital Lumens’ intelligent LED lighting and smart building applications can transform your business at www.digitallumens.com
With next-generation analytics and operational insight, LightRules® software from Digital Lumens improves productivity, safety, and energy costs for industrial and commercial businesses around the world. Learn more about how Digital Lumens’ intelligent LED lighting and smart building applications can transform your business at www.digitallumens.com
Network and service assurance remain a top priority for telecom operators, though views on what those assurance levels need to be in a virtualized environment remain in flux.
This webinar will look at some of the challenges telecom operators and vendors are facing in terms of updating their assurance platforms in virtualized environments; how the view on what is needed in terms of assurance is changing due to virtualization; and provide an update on the development of assurance strategies from carriers and vendors.
What you will learn:
Insight into current challenges facing telecom operators as the move to update legacy network assurance platforms
How to existing networks can handle new, virtualized services like VoLTE and VoWi-Fi
Strategies telecom operators and vendors are using to handle those challenges
Progetta con Genialità presenta in prima assoluta per l’Italia Stratasys J750, la prima stampante 3D al mondo multi-materiale e full color.
Al design spinto permesso dalla stampa in 3D, la J750 unisce la più ampia gamma di colori e la massima risoluzione dei dettagli.
Efficienza e versatilità senza precedenti al tuo servizio
In soli 45 minuti conoscerai le affermate tecnologie di Stampa 3D Stratasys, in grado di ridurre drasticamente il time-to-market, realizzare componenti molto complessi e personalizzare virtualmente ogni singolo oggetto prodotto.
Abbiamo pensato di presentare ai nostri contatti le potenzialità della stampa 3D attraverso un esempio specifico: la stampa 3D di anime solubili per parti in carbonio.
Queste strutture permettono di superare molti limiti delle lavorazioni tradizionali, ottenendo parti finali dal design avanzato, dalle superfici lisce sia esternamente sia internamente e prive di giunture.
È solo una delle mille integrazioni della stampa 3D con metodi di produzione più tradizionali, ma crediamo possa mostrare efficacemente cosa può fare la tecnologia.
In soli 45 minuti scoprirai le soluzioni Stratasys per la prototipazione rapida, che consentono una drastica riduzione dei tempi, dei costi di re-engineering e degli sprechi. Attraverso casi concreti illustrati direttamente da Italo Moriggi (General Manager di Skorpion Engineering) imparerai come realizzare rapidamente e in modo economico prototipi multicolori, di dimensioni reali e in vari materiali, anche flessibili e trasparenti.
In this era of Digital Reimagination™, the key to business success is to provide superior customer experience. However, with competition being just ‘one click away’, accelerated yet rich experience assumes greater importance.
Join this presentation, where leading experts from CA Technologies and TCS talk about the:
1. Significance of DevOps in a digital world
2. Role of QA and testing in DevOps
3. Known pitfalls and proven pathways for ‘first-time-right’
The new competitive battleground for business is customer experience. Your success hinges on ensuring every customer interaction is the best it can be, but for businesses undergoing digital transformations, that means developing comprehensive monitoring across a growing number of channels while gaining valuable insights into all aspects of the customer experience. To successfully deliver a five star experience you need insights that will allow you to optimize the complete buyer’s journey across web, mobile, and wearables and provide flawless operational performance.
Join us for an exclusive webinar with Donnie Berkholz, Research Director from 451 Research to learn about the latest market trends, the importance of becoming a data-driven business and the need for analytics.
The move from centralized to virtual radio access networks (RANs) is already happening, with baseband unit (BBU) virtualization moving many functions to software, paving the way for 5G and pre-5G LTE-Advanced (LTE-A). This webinar explores the market drivers and the technical challenges of the RAN transformation from fiber to the antenna (FTTA) to centralized RAN (C-RAN) and virtual RAN, the state of virtualized baseband unit (vBBU), the long-term evolution of fronthaul beyond the Common Public Radio Interface (CPRI) to packet-based transport, and testing requirements at the optical and protocol layers.
Key topics for discussion
5G characteristics and network drivers
Fronthaul architectures evolving from FTTA to centralized RAN to cloud RAN
Planning and performance requirements for cloud RAN
Integrating and testing fronthaul connectivity in backhaul/transport networks
Guidelines for optical testing in C-RAN and beyond
Answers to audience questions during live Q&A
Richard Webb, Research Director, Mobile Backhaul and Small Cells, IHS
Yvon Rouault, Advisor, CTO Office, EXFO
Jean-Sébastien Tassé, Product Line Manager, Optical Business Unit, EXFO
Allen Tatara, Manager, Webinar Events, IHS (Moderator)
Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery have dramatically accelerated the rate of innovation within both large and small organizations – allowing teams to build and deploy software faster than ever before.
Yet, as release automation accelerates the volume, variety and velocity of application changes, an entirely new set of challenges have appeared. Let’s state the obvious here – DevOps, empowered by continuous integration and delivery, doesn’t merely end at deployment. In fact, the fun is just getting started.
Part of the mission for today’s IT monitoring teams relates to tracking build numbers, status, success, failure and the rest. Yet, if 80% of application performance problems can be tied to some environmental change, clearly, there’s more to the story.
In this webinar we’ll discuss these issues and more, along with some of the relevant capabilities supported via the integration of CA Technologies Application Performance Management and the CloudBees Jenkins automation platform. Watch to see first-hand how tying together APM and release automation can help identify and remediate changes that impact applications performance, turbocharging the software pipeline.
Like many other industries, Digital Reimagination™ has compelled life sciences organizations to transform.
In the life sciences industry, boundaries are beginning to blur as ecosystems between products, patients, regulator and provider get re-defined, reshaping the industry into interconnected ecosystems. Life science organizations not only need to comply with current and newer regulations and legislations pertinent to the digital five forces, but also assure accelerated speed-to-market and personalized patient experience.
This webinar will share insights on assuring a steady state system for life sciences organizations in the digital era.
The Digital Reimagination™ era has had a dynamic impact on businesses, globally. While it has compelled some organizations to change the way they operate, it has also empowered some other organizations to taken a giant leap forward, thus beating competition.
In such a scenario, Quality Assurance and Testing functions too need to keep pace with this new norm and reimagine themselves.
This presentation will share insights on three pillars which will facilitate this reimagination Processes, Technology and People.
Meet the world's first full-colour, multi-material 3D printer.
The Stratasys J750 isn't just our latest innovation. It's yours. It's any shape you can imagine, any colour you can dream of, and any detail words can't express — made tangible in a matter of hours. And it's knowing for sure that your next big thing is as spectacular as you envisioned.
Not all ears are created equal. Which is why Normal, based in New York, decided to end the one-size-fits-all paradigm with a game-changing 3D printing concept. Customers scan their ears with an easy to use phone app and send the results, along with their color and cord length requests, to Normal. Normal keeps 10 Fortus 250mc 3D Printers busy producing the customized earphone pieces. In as little as two days the earphones - looking great, sounding amazing and fitting...like a glove (if they had gloves for ears) - are on their way to you.
Mass customization - that where manufacturing is going with Stratasys 3D printing!
Aurora Flight Sciences, a Virginia-based manufacturer specializing in advanced UAV systems, is pushing the envelope of UAV design by teaming up with Stratasys to create the world’s first jet-powered, 3D printed aircraft.
Using 80% 3D printed parts, the UAV is composed of Stratasys’ ULTEM™ 9085 lightweight material to achieve flight speeds of over 150 Mph. The high-speed system boasts an impressive 9 ft wingspan and weighs in at only 33 lbs.
Watch Dan Campbell, Aerospace Research Engineer at Aurora Flight Sciences, explain how the UAV project met a number of goals using Stratasys 3D printing solutions. And see it soar!
Champion Motorsport designs and manufactures after-market parts for high-end cars. Well, the soluble cores allow me to make parts and design parts that I previously probably wouldn't have considered because of the difficulty it would have taken to create those parts.
With Stratasys FDM's sacrificial cores and mandrels, manufacturers are realizing a cost savings of 50% to 85% in time and 75% to 95% in cost with reduced tooling and set up. Additionally, the consistency and yield of cores is improved. The end part benefits from increased design freedom, controlled internal surface finish, and accuracy, as well as seamless, single-piece construction.
On September 7, Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced plans for a spin-off and merger of our Software business unit with Micro Focus, a global software company dedicated to delivering and supporting enterprise software solutions. The combination of HPE’s software assets with Micro Focus will create one of the world’s largest pure-play enterprise software companies. We will remain focused on helping you get the most out of the software that runs your business.
Join the HPE Software Application Delivery Management Executive team to hear firsthand about the recently announced HPE Software and Micro Focus spin-merge. What does it mean for us, what does it mean for you, and most importantly how it strengthens HPE’s ability to help you meet the demands of your customers in delivering high quality apps and responding to current trends around DevOps and Mobile. Hear about the ADM strategy and commitments to the roadmap including upcoming innovations in key areas such as enterprise agile continuous testing, and digital performance and user experience. Bring your questions and join us on this new journey to success.