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  • Don’t let Smartphones Kill your PKI Security Strategy
    Don’t let Smartphones Kill your PKI Security Strategy Gregory Vigroux, Enterprise Mobility Expert at Gemalto May 23 2017 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Half of businesses admit security is their biggest concern to increasing user mobility. Securing enterprise mobility has been an ongoing and arduous topic for IT security professionals. Maintaining high-assurance security, while offering access to company resources to an on-the-go workforce has become a balancing act. So much so, a third of businesses actually prevent employee access to company resources via mobile. This is likely not a long term or sustainable solution to the problem.

    So how do you find a compromise that won’t kill your security strategy? There are currently many technologies from derived credentials to mobile PKI. IT professionals are feeling the pressure to find a viable, user friendly, easy-to-deploy and secure options. In this webinar, we will discuss the current solutions in-depth and how they impact your current IT security policies. Attendees will learn more about:
    -Software-based security versus hardware-based security
    -How this impacts your back-end systems
    -Technology such as derived credentials and mobile PKI
    -Implementing a mobile PKI solution
  • Trends & Key Considerations of Data Center Convergence with Terri McClure of ESG
    Trends & Key Considerations of Data Center Convergence with Terri McClure of ESG Terri McClure, Senior Analyst; Vaughn Stewart, VP of Product; Joel McKelvey, Infrastructure Solutions May 23 2017 5:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Convergence is a hot trend in today’s data center – with Converged Infrastructure (CI) and Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) playing a growing role in how IT departments are architecting for the future.

    In this session Senior Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group, Terri McClure, will discuss her recent research in to CI and HCI offerings and why companies turn to convergence to improve infrastructure simplicity and reduce management overhead. Terri will be joined by Vaughn Stewart, VP and Enterprise Architect at Pure Storage to discuss how the latest generation of converged architectures are evolving as the underlying technologies become increasingly sophisticated. Terri and Vaughn will detail some key considerations for buyers who are considering CI or HCI solutions for their critical workloads.

    Terri McClure, Senior Analyst, ESG

    Vaughn Stewart, VP of Product, Pure Storage

    Joel McKelvey, Infrastructure Solutions, Pure Storage
  • Making NFS and S3 Interoperable with Swarm Object Storage
    Making NFS and S3 Interoperable with Swarm Object Storage Glen Olsen, Product Manager May 23 2017 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    While many storage vendors are touting multi-protocol access between file and object worlds, Caringo once again takes it to the next level extending multi-protocol access to metadata. Everything you can do with files in a file-based world you can do with objects through Swarm and SwarmNFS. Join this webinar to see a simple demonstration of the new go-to beyond the file system.
  • A Case Study on Improving SQL Server Performance 20x with Hyperconverged
    A Case Study on Improving SQL Server Performance 20x with Hyperconverged Sushant Rao, Senior Director of Product Marketing May 23 2017 6:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    How does an organization that is looking to improve their MS SQL Server performance end up with hyperconverged infrastructure? Well, why would they? Hyperconverged is typically used for VDI and lightly loaded remote sites. But a mission-critical application like SQL Server? On Hyperconverged? Who would take that risk?
    In this webinar, hear from Emergency Communications of Southern Oregon (ECSO) that found that not only were they able to improve their SQL Server performance (by 20x!) with hyperconverged, they were also able to improve their availability and reduce costs to boot.
  • CephFS: A File System for the Future
    CephFS: A File System for the Future David Disseldorp & Jan Fajerski, SUSE May 24 2017 2:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    CephFS is a scalable clustered POSIX filesystem built atop Ceph's reliable, autonomous, distributed object store. This talk will cover a quick introduction to Ceph and CephFS, its architecture and potential use cases. We will explore some of its impressive features and extensive configuration options. A look on CephFS' future challenges and road-map will conclude this talk.
  • Object-Based Storage: Benefits and Key Adoption Trends
    Object-Based Storage: Benefits and Key Adoption Trends Laura DuBois, GVP, IDC's Enterprise Storage, Server and System Infrastructure Software and Jeff Lundberg, senior product mar May 24 2017 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Technology is a disruptive force – enabling new business models, opening new sources of revenue and shaping entire industry landscapes. The magnitude of disruption you achieve within your industry is predicated on having data of the highest quality and referential value to your business. This situation is what drives the innovative spirt at HDS and how we empower every organization to connect, understand, and act on their most relevant information. This effort is based on our platform and productivity portfolios that provide the catalyst and foundation for sustainable digital transformation. Whether your goal is to optimize the efficiencies within your IT organization, embark on emerging opportunities, or a combination of both, Hitachi Content Portfolio provides you with the flexibility the market demands without compromising the way your business manages its most strategic asset – data.

    Join us on May 24 when we host IDC for a live webcast. You’ll hear first-hand the methodologies behind IDC’s most recent Object Based Storage (OBS) MarketScape report (click here) that gauges the requirements of OBS and how leading suppliers are delivering those solutions in the market. Laura DuBois, GVP of IDC’s Enterprise Storage, Server and System Infrastructure Software division will discuss the market requirements and business benefits when choosing your next OBS solution. Laura will be followed by Jeff Lundberg of HDS who will discuss Hitachi’s approach to unstructured and semi-structured data management, control, mobilization, and analytics.

    You’ll benefit from this webinar as we cover the following:
    •What impact OBS will have on your organization
    •When and why to adopt OBS
    •What workloads or use cases are best suited for OBS
    •A review of an enterprise customer’s challenges and drivers in adopting Hitachi Content Platform
  • What Makes a Storage Solution TRULY  Software-Defined?
    What Makes a Storage Solution TRULY Software-Defined? Scott Sinclair, Senior Storage Analyst, ESG's Enterprise Strategy Group & Ashok Rajagopalan, Head of Product at Datera May 24 2017 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    It seems like every storage company these days is talking about software-defined storage (SDS)… and for good reason. Software-defined storage provides transformational benefits for companies on a wide scale. For IT organizations, SDS technology enables infrastructure to scale to meet modern data demands, while reducing cost, improving hardware flexibility, speeding deployments, and dramatically simplifying storage infrastructure management.

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    As excitement mounts around SDS, a wide variety of storage industry solutions have begun leveraging the term. Some solutions, however, may not deliver all the expected benefits of SDS despite leveraging the name. The result has generated some confusion that in turn may lead some to delay SDS-based deployments. In response, it is important to understand what SDS technology provides in order for the technology to be effectively leveraged to transform IT infrastructure.

    In this session, we will discuss:

    - What constitutes SDS technology, and more importantly how to identify solutions that may leverage the term but may not meet expectations
    - What benefits your organization should expect from SDS technology
    - What advanced capabilities and features to look for in order to ensure that your organization is able to maximize the benefits of SDS.

    Join Enterprise Strategy Group and Datera to learn how to understand software-defined storage and the transformational benefits it provides.
  • New Quantum Integration with Veeam
    New Quantum Integration with Veeam Eric Bassier May 24 2017 6:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    Quantum Announces Unique DXi and Scalar Tape Integration with Veeam - DXi systems now integrated with Veeam Data Mover Service, new Scalar iBlade™ enables Veeam tape creation without separate physical server.
  • Supermicro Rack Scale Design: Enabling Large Scale Modern Data Centers
    Supermicro Rack Scale Design: Enabling Large Scale Modern Data Centers Ray Pang, Director of Technical & Solutions Marketing, Supermicro & Marc Fisher, RSD Solution Sales Manager, Intel May 25 2017 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Over the past 20 years, Enterprise IT has evolved from a rigid, buying all IT equipment up-front and provisioning for the next 5 years approach, to the on-demand, agile, scale-out, software defined data centers that the hyperscale companies enjoy today. But if you are not one of those hyperscale companies and need to compete with them, what do you do? Then you will need a solution like Supermicro Rack Scale Design (RSD).

    Based on Intel® Rack Scale Design software framework, Supermicro RSD is a total solution comprised of Supermicro server/storage/networking hardware and an optimized rack level management software. Designed with the whole rack as the new management unit in mind, Supermicro RSD leverages industry standard Redfish RESTful APIs developed by DMTF (Distributed Management Task Force) and provides the agility and efficiency for cloud scale data center operators to perform operations such as resource pooling and composability.

    In this webinar, experts from Intel and Supermicro will discuss motivations behind Intel® Rack Scale Design software foundation and the unique benefits Supermicro RSD brings to cloud service providers, telecoms, and Fortune 500 companies to build their own agile, efficient, software-defined data centers.
  • Simplify Disaster Recovery Plans with DataON & Windows Server 2016 SDS Solution
    Simplify Disaster Recovery Plans with DataON & Windows Server 2016 SDS Solution DataON – Howard Lo, Microsoft – Ned Pyle, Western Digital – Kris Menon, Mead & Hunt – Joseph Anich May 25 2017 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    With the launch of Window Server 2016, new storage enhancements bring revolutionary new features within reach of every organization with its software-defined feature setup.

    Storage Replica is one of those new features in Windows Server 2016. For the first time, Windows Server offers the peace of mind of zero data loss, with the ability to synchronously protect data on different racks, floors, buildings, campuses, counties, and cities. Before and after a disaster strike, Storage Replica offers you the ability to switch workloads to safe locations prior to catastrophes when granted a few moments warning with no data loss.

    Mead & Hunt is a leading engineering firm that chose a DataON and Windows software-defined solution. They replaced their aging SAN with DataON CiB storage, optimized for Microsoft Windows Server 2016 and Hyper-V in a ReFS environment.

    The webcast will explore the following topics:

    •How Mead & Hunt was able to consolidate and simplify their storage environment, eliminating increasing SAN maintenance costs while increasing performance

    •How Storage Replica in Windows Server 2016 allows you to setup storage-agnostic, block-level synchronous replication between clusters or servers for disaster recovery

    •Best practices on how to deploy Storage Replica, with real-world examples from Mead & Hunt’s deployment


    Presented by:
    DataON – Howard Lo, VP of Sales and Marketing
    Microsoft – Ned Pyle, Program Manager
    Western Digital – Kris Menon, Business Development Manager
    Mead & Hunt – Joseph Anich, Systems Administrator
  • Power What's Next: StorNext 6
    Power What's Next: StorNext 6 Quantum Expert Speakers: Dave Frederick & Dennis Clark May 25 2017 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Introducing StorNext 6

    Join our experts and learn how StorNext is even more powerful with StorNext 6. Quantum has truly taken the industry’s #1 workflow storage system and added stunning new capabilities to optimize workflows and enhance collaboration.

    With StorNext 6 you can:
    • Assure Quality of Service for your users and applications
    • Share content between distributed teams with FlexSync and FlexSpace
    • Make accessing archived content more efficient on Mac clients
    • Seamlessly increase storage capacity without disrupting users
    • Keep an audit trail of who accessed or modified files, and much more

    Register now and see how StorNext 6 can help you outpace new performance requirements for 4K and beyond, consolidate resources, and streamline operations through an open-system storage platform for media workflows.

    Quantum Speakers:
    • Dave Frederick, Sr. Director of Media & Entertainment
    • Dennis Clark, Sr. Product Marketing Manager Scale-Out Storage
  • Ever dream of eliminating your backup licenses?
    Ever dream of eliminating your backup licenses? Marc Keating, Director of Technology & Alliance Strategy; Darren Miller, Manager of Engineering Test & Performance May 25 2017 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Have you been thinking that managing your storage footprint has gotten a little…out of control?
    Maybe you’re running as fast as you can to keep up with the growth of costly, complex data, backing it up and planning for any potential outage, but your traditional data center just can’t get you where you need to go.

    That problem and its solution are the ideas behind our 45-minute, live, interactive webinar.
  • Recovering your data from a Ransomware Attack
    Recovering your data from a Ransomware Attack Sushant Rao, Senior Director, Product Marketing May 25 2017 6:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    When you are hit by a ransomware attack, such as the recent WannaCrypt worm, you don’t have many options. You can pay the ransom, in the hopes that your data will be unencrypted. Or, you can wipe your systems clean, and then recover the data. But, backups are typically done on a daily basis. Depending on when the attack hit, the amount of data that you will lose could be in the hours. Fortunately, there is a better option.

    Continuous Data Protection (CDP) captures every write operation from an application and store it in a second location. This means that you can go back to the last data that was written before the ransomware attacked occurred. This ensure that data loss, if any, is minimal. Join this webinar to learn more about CDP and why it’s your safety net when ransomware hits.
  • Polska premiera IDPA - nowego applience’u backup/recovery
    Polska premiera IDPA - nowego applience’u backup/recovery Daniel Olkowski, Dell EMC May 26 2017 8:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Dell EMC World, Vegas, maj 2017.
    Jeden z 2 najważniejszych wdyarzeń tej imprezy to ogłoszenie:
    IDPA – Integrated Data Protection Appliance
    Czym jest IDPA?
    Dla kogo jest przeznaczony?
    Jakiej wartości dostarcza?
    Ile kosztuje?
    Zapraszam na krótką, 30-minutową sesję, w trakcie której powiemy o wszystkich szczegółach nowego urządzenia ze stajni Dell EMC.
  • IoT – Tools and Technologies to build the IoT Stack
    IoT – Tools and Technologies to build the IoT Stack Christian Dornacher, Director, Storage & Analytics Solutions EMEA, Hitachi Data Systems Jun 1 2017 9:00 am UTC 60 mins
    To realize IoT projects successfully, it is necessary to select the right tools and technologies. Designs should be made with the end-configuration in mind. Which tools and applications can be used to build the applications/analytics stack and how to make the environment scalable enough for the final configuration.
    In this webinar your will learn:
    - How to understand the challenges and how to decide on tools to build the whole stack, not just one point solution.
    - How to select tools and make sure the solution can be operated and supported.
    - How to make decisions around public, hybrid or private cloud deployment.
    Stay tuned to more webinars in our series "The Hitchhikers Guide to IoT"!
  • Meet DataCore: Data Infrastructure for Next-Generation Data Centers
    Meet DataCore: Data Infrastructure for Next-Generation Data Centers Gabriela Markette, Senior Marketing Manager Jun 6 2017 6:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    We think differently. We innovate through software and challenge the IT status quo.

    We pioneered software-based storage virtualization. Now, we are leading the Software-defined and Parallel Processing revolution. Our Application-adaptive software exploits the full potential of servers and storage to solve data infrastructure challenges and elevate IT to focus on the applications and services that power their business.

    DataCore parallel I/O and virtualization technologies deliver the advantages of next generation enterprise data centers – today – by harnessing the untapped power of multicore servers. DataCore software solutions revolutionize performance, cost-savings, and productivity gains businesses can achieve from their servers and data storage.

    Join this webinar to meet DataCore, learn about what we do and how we can help your business.
  • Hyper converged systems in the world of digital transformation
    Hyper converged systems in the world of digital transformation Sushant Rao, Senior Director of Product Marketing Jun 7 2017 1:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    In the context of digital transformation, businesses are shifting more and more to hyper converged systems. Gartner is even predicting that hyper converged solutions will become mainstream in the next five years. You are probably wondering why hyper convergence is so popular with tech leadership today? What makes hyper convergence such a big thing?

    Join this webinar to hear Sushant Rao answer all your questions.
    Among topics discussed will be:
    - Industry trends in the field;
    - How to ascertain if hyper-convergence is right for you;
    - What pitfalls to avoid when choosing a solution;
    - Example of a hyper-converge install.
  • House your Big Data by the Lake: How Flash Storage Enhances your Oracle Database
    House your Big Data by the Lake: How Flash Storage Enhances your Oracle Database Alex Infanzon, Application Solutions Manager, Pure Storage Jun 7 2017 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Most industry analysts agree that big data warehouses, built on a relational database, will continue to be the primary analytic database for storing much of the company’s core transactional data. These data warehouses will be augmented by big data systems. Even though this new information architecture consists of multiple physical data repositories and formats, the logical architecture is a single integrated data platform, spanning the relational data warehouse and the data lake.

    Join the discussion to find out more about how high performance, high density all-flash storage can help.
  • Quantum StorNext FlexTier With Microsoft Azure Demo
    Quantum StorNext FlexTier With Microsoft Azure Demo Greg Holick - Director of Cloud Storage Solutions Jun 8 2017 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Quantum’s Greg Holick (Director of Cloud Storage Solutions) will be giving a live demo of StorNext’s FlexTier ability to connect and write data into Azure.

    We will be covering the configuration and the powerful policy engine on how to manage data from an on premise stornext solution into the azure cloud.
  • Architektury referencyjne dla Hadoop
    Architektury referencyjne dla Hadoop Kajetan Mroczek, DellEMC Jun 9 2017 8:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Agenda:
    - Dla kogo są architektury referencyjne
    - Przegląd dostępnych dokumentów
    - przykładowe architektury referencyjne
    - Dostępne architektury dla platformy Hadoop
    - jakie rozwiązania
    - jakie platformy
    - jaki sprzętu
    - jak to złożyć
    - jakiego efektu się spodziewać
    - Gdzie szukać pomocy
  • Data Storage for the Internet of Things - Edge, Node and/or Center?
    Data Storage for the Internet of Things - Edge, Node and/or Center? Mike Matchett, Sr. Analyst & Consultant, Taneja Group Jun 13 2017 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    This exciting panel will explore the kinds of storage that IoT solutions demand. We’ll talk about what’s different about data storage for IoT compared to existing enterprise applications, what capabilities are required to support massive, distributed IoT networks, and how and why existing storage solutions may or may not be the best IoT application storage. We'll plan on getting into unique IoT data protection concerns, real-time data pipelines, machine learning, data accessibility, distributed processing, and of course, what’s actually practical for the IoT already emerging in today’s data center.
  • Modern Flash Storage for Best of Breed IoT Projects
    Modern Flash Storage for Best of Breed IoT Projects Rob Commins, VP, Marketing, Tegile Systems Jun 13 2017 6:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Customers who are deploying IoT platforms sometimes are forced to make difficult and limiting decisions for their infrastructure. Most application workloads are not consistent in their performance and capacity requirements, further compounding the difficulty on the infrastructure decision. A series of misleading choices often leads to over-engineering and thus overspending, or running systems that cannot meet the application demands. This webinar illustrates an approach for designing and configuring the compute and storage infrastructure for IoT. An ideal compute and storage infrastructure for IoT would have great agility and more than meet all of the technical requirements. It would have a variety of compute, and network personalities that were easy to change, and a storage layer that would support several storage protocols, contain multiple inline space saving technologies, and optimize the use of flash technology from a performance, capacity, and cost perspective.

    Modern flash optimized arrays are an ideal and unique storage infrastructure to meet these ever-changing requirements. In this webinar, we will examine the importance of:

    - Storage optimized along both the performance and capacity vectors of flash drive technologies providing great performance as well as extreme capacities.
    - Fully flexible infrastructure providing several storage configurations allowing for an increase of raw performance with the addition of flash modules or increased capacity by adding cost effective dense storage (flash and/or HDD).
    - Multi-pool internal architecture that is so in line with the “pooling” methodology internal to many IoT architectures that design and administration complexities are lessened or completely eliminated.
  • Storage Architectures for IoT
    Storage Architectures for IoT John Webster, Sr. Analyst, Evaluator Group Jun 13 2017 7:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Internet of Things applications present a complex challenge to the supporting storage infrastructure: large volumes of streaming data that often need to be analyzed in real time.

    IoT storage requires performance at scale and at a cost that won’t put projects out of reach. Join this webinar with John Webster, Sr. Analyst and data storage technologies expert, for a look at these requirements in more detail and new ways to prioritize them with today's storage technologies.