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  • Disruption of the file storage market:  Extending file storage to the cloud
    Disruption of the file storage market: Extending file storage to the cloud Taneja Group Senior Analysts Jeff Kato & Jeff Byrne with Qumulo Senior Product Manager Justin Mahood Recorded: Oct 11 2017 43 mins
    In over 400 interviews with IT decision makers, the Taneja Group learned that an increasing number of organizations want not just to store files in the cloud, but to easily move those files between the cloud and on-premise.

    In response, the Taneja Group has identified an emerging set of storage products they call “multi-cloud primary storage” that can span multiple environments. One of the vendors at the forefront of this trend is Qumulo, whose “universal-scale storage” product, Qumulo File Fabric (QF2), allows cloud instances and computing nodes on standard hardware to work together to form a single, unified file fabric.

    Join Taneja Group Senior Analysts Jeff Kato and Jeff Byrne as they discusses the research behind the Taneja Group’s Multi-Cloud Primary Storage report. They will be joined by Qumulo employee Justin Mahood, who will describe why the “universal-scale” of QF2 is the best way to store files in the cloud and on-premise.
  • Cloud Object Storage and the Use of Gateways
    Cloud Object Storage and the Use of Gateways Dan Albright, Cloud Object Storage Program Manager, IBM, Alex McDonald, SNIA Cloud Storage Chair, NetApp Recorded: Sep 26 2017 43 mins
    The use of cloud object storage is ramping up sharply, especially in the public cloud, to reduce capital budgets and operating expenses. However, enterprises are challenged with legacy applications that do not support standard protocols to move data to and from the cloud.

    Enterprises have developed strategies specific to the public cloud for Data Protection, Archive, Application development, DevOps, Big Data Analytics and Cognitive Artificial Intelligence. However, these same organizations have legacy applications and infrastructure that are not cloud friendly.

    Object storage is a secure, simple, scalable, and cost-effective means of managing the explosive growth of unstructured data enterprises generate every day. Gateways enable SMB and NFS data transfers to be converted to Amazon’s S3 protocol while optimizing data with deduplication and providing QoS efficiency on the data path to the cloud.

    This webcast will highlight the market trends toward the adoption of object storage and the use of gateways to execute a cloud strategy, the benefits of object storage when gateways are deployed, and the use cases that are best suited to leverage this solution.

    Join this webcast to learn:
    •The benefits of object storage when gateways are deployed
    •Primary use cases for using object storage and gateways in private, public or hybrid cloud
    •How gateways can help achieve the goals of your cloud strategy without
    retooling your on-premise infrastructure and applications
  • David vs. Goliath: What Are the Opportunities for Service Providers?
    David vs. Goliath: What Are the Opportunities for Service Providers? Al Sadowski, 451 Research, Apcera, StackPath Recorded: Sep 20 2017 39 mins
    The hyperscale public cloud providers dominate the conversation when it comes to the enterprise journey to the cloud, but the regional and specialized providers are not going away.

    •What happens when Microsoft Azure Stack becomes GA?
    •How will tier 2 and tier 3 providers differentiate?
    •Which managed services are most desirable according to enterprises?
    •Are there other providers that will join the Azure, Google and AWS hyperscale party?

    A provocative panel of industry insiders will debate these and other questions in a can’t-miss session.

    Leadership Panel Session Featuring:
    •Mark Thiele, CIO & CSO, Apcera
    •Lance Crosby, Founder and CEO, StackPath
  • High-Value Partnering: Why 'Sell With' is the New 'Sell Through'
    High-Value Partnering: Why 'Sell With' is the New 'Sell Through' Rory Duncan, 451 Research, HPE, OnApp, Ormuco Recorded: Sep 20 2017 41 mins
    In the era of cloud, the significance of distribution to the supply chain is changing dramatically. Channel partners have moved-on from ‘tin shifting’ commoditized IT, instead working in tandem with vendors and providers to supply new kinds of complex cloud services to meet enterprise demand. As the focus moves from cloud construction to cloud consumption, the importance of these relationships increases, shifting the market opportunity to an ecosystem of connected specialists. Modern systems integrators, managed service providers and VARs are bringing higher-value, niche and vertical offerings to market that traditional ‘sell through’ models however, do not address. In this session, Rory Duncan, Research Director for Managed Services & Hosting, will outline the revised ‘sell with’ strategies that vendors and service providers alike must adopt in order to facilitate the delivery of high-growth services - including managed private cloud, security and disaster recovery – in partnership with their channel ecosystem.

    Leadership Panel Session Featuring:
    •Xavier Poisson Gouyou Beauchamps, Vice President, Indirect Digital Services, HPE
    •Caroline Paine, Sales Director - Service Providers, OnApp
    •Dan Havens, SVP of World Wide Sales, Ormuco
  • Introducing the Network Operations Management Suite from HPE/Micro Focus
    Introducing the Network Operations Management Suite from HPE/Micro Focus Joe Reves, Brian Kaplan, Jon Kies Recorded: Sep 19 2017 57 mins
    Network engineering and operations teams face a complex, moving target. But unfortunately, they’re typically armed with only a disparate collection of management tools - with little or no integration. Network teams deal with equipment outages, slowdowns, security breaches, inability to reach resources, access denials, and other issues that can be caused by anything from a bad connection to devious hackers.

    To address these challenges, we are now offering the 5th suite in the ITOM portfolio – Network Operations Management (NOM). Combining the functionality of Network Node Manager i (NNMi) and Network Automation (NA) and additional suite functionality such as reporting, NOM represents our path forward to managing web-scale networks with their evolving mix of physical, virtual, and software-defined networks.
    Join this webinar to get an in-depth understanding about Network Operations Management including:
    •Enhanced workflows designed to drive productivity and reduce
    •Ongoing capability and content enhancements for both the suite and standalone products
    •New licensing models to enable upgrades at an average of half the cost of a la carte purchases
  • Cloud Security from the Trenches
    Cloud Security from the Trenches David Linthicum, SVP, Cloud Technology Partners Recorded: Sep 14 2017 42 mins
    If 2015’s string of high-profile data breaches has taught the enterprise anything, it is that data security is of critical importance: data security must be ensured in order to avoid breaches that can lead to disastrous brand damage, heavy fines, and severe impact to the company’s bottom line. Closely related to security and privacy is compliance, another key issue for any organization that handles protected data such as personally identifying or financial information or patient healthcare data. And efficiency and data loss can mean the difference between a successful cloud adoption and one that fails to live up to its promise.

    Join David Linthicum, SVP, Cloud Technology Partners, leading Cloud Computing visionary and thought leader, best-selling author and keynote speaker, as he takes you through a holistic approach to cloud application security and why it needs to be systemic to everything you do during cloud migration.
  • Vivit APM SIG Event - What is new in HPE SaaS APM (AppPulse)
    Vivit APM SIG Event - What is new in HPE SaaS APM (AppPulse) Rocky Pisto, Dan Iuster, Liron Lichterman Recorded: Sep 7 2017 59 mins
    In this presentation we discuss how HPE APM is evolving to keep up with the latest advances in technology and some of the new capabilities that will become available in the next release. You will learn about:

    • Platform - the new, clean and uncluttered HTML5-based interface design and the new Application Health displaying per application availability, performance and underlying infrastructure status in an easy to understand dashboard

    • APM Mobile app - the new mobile app that displays the status of your business applications and enables drill down to RUM and BPM reports

    • BPM - the integration with Mobile Center and support for AWS device farm and emulators

    • RUM - VXLan traffic monitoring, the multi-instance probe for better resource utilization and capacity improvements and the new Docker monitoring capabilities

    • Diagnostics - the new UI and the integration between the on-premises and SaaS solutions

    • SiteScope - the integration with AWS and Azure for hybrid service assurance, the new public APIs, and Kubernetes monitoring capabilities

    We will conclude the presentation with a short demo of some of the features of the product, and provide you ample opportunities to ask questions and become fully informed about the products and their future strategy and roadmap.
  • APM SIG Meeting - What is new with HPE APM on-premises
    APM SIG Meeting - What is new with HPE APM on-premises Rocky Pisto, Dan Iuster, Liron Lichterman Recorded: Sep 6 2017 63 mins
    In this presentation we discuss how HPE APM is evolving to keep up with the latest advances in technology and some of the new capabilities that will become available in the next release. You will learn about:

    • Platform - the new, clean and uncluttered HTML5-based interface design and the new Application Health displaying per application availability, performance and underlying infrastructure status in an easy to understand dashboard
    • APM Mobile app - the new mobile app that displays the status of your business applications and enables drill down to RUM and BPM reports
    • BPM - the integration with Mobile Center and support for AWS device farm and emulators
    • RUM - VXLan traffic monitoring, the multi-instance probe for better resource utilization and capacity improvements and the new Docker monitoring capabilities
    • Diagnostics - the new UI and the integration between the on-premises and SaaS solutions
    • SiteScope - the integration with AWS and Azure for hybrid service assurance, the new public APIs, and Kubernetes monitoring capabilities

    We will conclude the presentation with a short demo of some of the features of the product, and provide you ample opportunities to ask questions and become fully informed about the products and their future strategy and roadmap.
  • What’s new in Cloud and Automation Software: New Suites, New Architecture
    What’s new in Cloud and Automation Software: New Suites, New Architecture Darren Blumenthal, Megan Glick Recorded: Aug 29 2017 58 mins
    In this presentation we will discuss:

    The cloud-based (SaaS) APM solution, the integrations between the cloud-based and the on-premises solution, and the unification roadmap of the two solutions.

    • The similarities and differences between HPE BPM and AppPulse ActiThe monitoring of mobile apps with AppPulse Mobile and what is required to do so

    • The monitoring of browser-based application and solve some of the challenges brought about by AJAX and single-pages apps (SPAs)

    • How you can follow a transaction from the client app and device all the way through to the server side application

    • How you can identify availability and performance problems and how you can isolate them to the individual class, method or SQL call

    We will conclude the presentation with a short demo of some of the product features, and provide you ample opportunities to ask questions and become fully informed about the products and their future strategy and roadmap.
  • Confidently Securing Docker on AWS
    Confidently Securing Docker on AWS Anupam Sahai, Vice President Product Management, Cavirin Systems; Ravi Rajamiyer, Vice President Engineering, Cavirin Systems Recorded: Aug 24 2017 34 mins
    Docker adoption has surged, up 40% over the past year, taking the lead for DevOps tools on AWS. With this transformation, enterprises are looking for ways to confidently introduce Docker into their Cloud environment. Join us as Cavirin experts guide you through:

    > Securing EC2 Container Services, as well as Docker images, brought in from different registries
    > Integrating CloudTrail and CloudFormation
    > Today's best Docker security practices on AWS
    > The latest on Kubernetes

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