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Security & Compliance in Virtual Infrastructure

Michael Berman, CTO of Catbird
Security & Compliance in Virtual Infrastructure
Nov 4 2008
62 mins
Security & Compliance in Virtual Infrastructure
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  • Myopism in Storage Innovations Jun 25 2015 5:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Todd Mace, Product Manager, PernixData
    In an industry where there is a plethora of storage selections it can be difficult to see through the cloudy matrix of options and new innovations that are on the horizon. Instead of having a short-sighted focus, this webinar will bring to light the innovations that are happening now that will reshape the storage industry for years to come.
  • Server Storage I/O Innovation v2.015: Protect Preserve & Serve Your Information Jun 23 2015 4:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Greg Schulz, Founder & Sr. Advisory Analyst, Server StorageIO and UnlimitedIO LLC
    A primary role of Information Technology (IT) organizations is to protect, preserve and serve information in support of business functions. The role of data storage is to protect, preserve and serve the needs of IT and various applications that transform data into use for information when needed. In this Server Storage I/O fundamentals webinar we will look at the current state of technology, tools, trends along with techniques as well as what is emerging from cloud, virtual, software defined as well as hardware defined capabilities. In addition, with a sub-theme of head in the clouds, feet on the ground, we will also look at what to use when, where, why and how as well as what matters for different scenarios.

    Key themes:
    •Software defined, virtual, cloud and physical or legacy environments
    •Networking with your servers and storage (LAN, SAN, WAN, DAS, Block, File, Object)
    •What to know about NVMe and emerging flash SSD technologies
    •How to access cloud storage and local storage from the cloud
    •Bulk storage including object, archive, big data, data ponds, data pools and data lakes
    •Changing roles of block and file storage complimenting objects
    •Data protection trends, techniques and tools
    •Various tools to have in your server storage I/O toolbox
  • How Do You Fit Into the Future of Cloud and Software-Defined Storage? May 20 2015 4:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Amita Potnis, IDC; David Chapa, Seagate Technology; Michael Connolly, Seagate Technology
    Cloud. Convergence. Software-defined storage (SDS). What does it all really mean, and why should enterprise organizations care?

    Get a peek into the future with IDC’s Senior Research Analyst, Storage Systems Amita Potnis as she joins Seagate Chief Technology Evangelist David A. Chapa and Director, Global Alliance Partners Michael K. Connolly for a live webinar that will help you meet the challenges of storage now and into the future. Here’s some of what you’ll learn:

    -Top peer challenges, according to leading industry research
    -What the future holds for the competing data storage architectures
    -The difference between converged and hyper-converged infrastructures
    -Best and worst use case for SDS

    How can enterprises know what is right for their environments? What differentiates a converged infrastructure from a hyper-converged infrastructure? Find out at this webinar.
  • Dell's Implementation of VMware Virtual Volumes (VVols) May 14 2015 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Tom Fenton, Taneja Group; David Glynn, Dell Storage
    Join us in a series of fast-paced and informative 60-minute webinars on vSphere Virtual Volumes (VVol). In this session, the Taneja Group will talk with David Glynn from Dell Storage. VVols is packaged as a feature in nearly all VMware vSphere Editions and is being embraced by VMware’s storage partners an unprecedented rate. IT professionals, especially those involved in datacenter operations, are showing great interest in implementing VVol in their own environments. The Taneja Group will discuss VVol technology with David and the impact this game-changing capability will have in the datacenter and how Dell is enabling this technology with their arrays. Attendees will be encouraged to submit their questions during the session.
  • Managing Applications in VDI May 13 2015 8:00 pm UTC 75 mins
    Rory Monaghan
    In this webinar, I will discuss some of the great Application Virtualization tools on the market today. Some tools which empower an organization to create portable application containers, others which allow streaming of applications and also some which provide the increasingly popular method of application layering. I will explain the concepts and benefits to each. I plan to discuss solutions such as App-V, ThinApp, Cameyo, Spoon, AppVolumes, Unidesk and FlexApp. Going into details of what I like and dislike about each, as well their suitability for delivering a solid experience on both Persistent and Non-Persistent virtual desktops. I would like to also discuss some of my favorite combinations of products that I've used to successfully deliver on VDI projects in the past.
  • Cleaning up the SDS Mess - Four Keys to Success May 13 2015 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    George Crump, Storage Switzerland
    Is Software Defined Storage (SDS) getting hijacked? It seems every vendor, old and new, is claiming that their storage is “software defined”. The original intent was to create software-only solutions that could be deployed on the customer’s choice of servers. But that original intent has evolved, and now hardware vendors are providing what they claim to be software defined storage solutions too. In addition, SDS is being combined with an embedded compute function to create hyper-converged solutions as well.

    In this webinar we will discuss the differences in these approaches and you will learn what the four key deliverables of a SDS solution should be so you can decide which makes the most sense for your organization.
  • Data Center Evolution and Network Convergence May 13 2015 1:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Ossama El Samadoni, SNIA Middle East Committee
    FC, FCoE, NAS, iSCSI, DCB, traditional LAN, internet/WAN, HPC, clusters, clouds, server virtualization, storage virtualization, network virtualization, and more are all colliding in your data center. Redundancy, resiliency, security, I/O consolidation, network convergence, dynamic application distribution, and thin provisioning with high levels of service are desired at all layers and all data center sizes across a broad spectrum of use cases. You worry about operational separation, buying decisions, investment protection, cost and energy savings, and evolving standards while maintaining very high levels of service and security. Is the technology evolving to a dream come true or a nightmare? If that doesn’t keep you up at night nothing will.

    This session from SNIA will untangle, define, and illustrate the main ideas and concepts behind Data Center Evolution and Network Convergence to give context and a solid foundation for discussions with your vendors, as well as for your further reading and investigation. The point of view taken for this presentation is that of the network and transport characteristics in the face of the changes taking place.
  • 3 Best Practices for Achieving Cloud & Hosting Service Growth May 12 2015 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Stuart Oliver, Global Service Provider Programs Manager & Mara McMahon, Director of Service Provider GTM
    Analysts project 6X more growth in cloud than traditional IT, but most of your enterprise customers run less than 1/3 of their apps in the cloud today. What’s it going to take for them to migrate the rest to your platforms? In this webinar, cloud and managed hosting experts share experiences and best practices to help drive new revenue opportunities enabled by flash storage.

    We’ll discuss:

    -Enterprise application trends and how to drive more applications to your cloud & hosting platforms

    -How to differentiate your services for competitive advantage

    -Where new profit centers may await and where other service providers are placing application and technology bets for maximum revenue growth
  • Wireless Technologies: Keeping Critical Applications Running at Remote Sites May 12 2015 1:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Eric Bear, VP Product Solutions, Signalhorn
    Businesses rely more and more on technology that touches their customers directly. This is especially true in remote branch locations like stores or restaurants. Whether it is digital signage for advertising in the product aisle, swiping a customer loyalty card at the gas pump, or simply taking a credit card at check out, when the network connection is down you are losing money and upsetting customers.

    Wireless and satellite technologies can provide very high reliability and surprisingly cost effective alternative routing solutions to your terrestrial network. Discover how these solutions could work to your advantage across your remote locations.
  • The X Factors of Accelerating Network-Based Applications in RHEL Containers May 7 2015 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Jeremy Eder, Red Hat; Richio Aikawa, Solarflare; David Riddoch, Solarflare
    The How-To’s of installing, configuring and tuning Docker-formatted Linux containers running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 with Solarflare OpenOnload application accelerator and achieving bare metal network performance in Docker containers. In addition, an overview on OpenOnload, a Linux-based, Open Source, high-performance network accelerator for TCP- and UDP-based applications and container-related enhancements specific to Red Hat’s distribution, such as the atomic utility, the implementation of “super-privileged containers” (SPC) will be presented.

    Presenters:
    - Jeremy Eder, Principal Software Engineer & Network Performance Lead, Red Hat
    - Richio Aikawa, Senior Marketing Manager, Partners & Solutions, Solarflare
    - David Riddoch, Ph.D., Chief Architect, Solarflare
  • VMware Virtual Volumes and their Impact on the Datacenter Recorded: Apr 30 2015 64 mins
    Tom Fenton, Taneja Group; Juan Novella, VMware; Ken Werneburg, VMware
    Join us for the first in a series of fast-paced and informative 60-minute webinars, as we discuss with VMware one of the hottest topics in the datacenter: VMware vSphere Virtual Volumes (VVol). VVol is the industry's first solution to enable native virtual machine-awareness across a broad range of SAN/NAS arrays. VVol is packaged as a feature in nearly all VMware vSphere Editions and is being embraced by storage partners at an unprecedented rate. IT professionals, especially those involved in datacenter operations, are showing great interest in implementing VVol in their own environments.

    This moderated session features Juan Novella and Ken Werneburg, VVol experts from VMware, who will discuss VVol technology, the rapidly expanding ecosystem, and the impact this game-changing capability will have in the datacenter. Attendees will be encouraged to submit their questions during the session.

    Panelists:
    Juan Novella, Product Marketing Manager – Storage; VMware
    Ken Werneburg, Senior Architect - Technical Marketing; VMware
  • The Data Center Has Left the Building Recorded: Apr 30 2015 49 mins
    Zack Belcher, Sr. Product Manager, Fluke Networks
    The borders of the data center has become blurred or eliminated with virtualization, cloud solutions, and mobile devices. With increased complexity comes less visibility coupled with heightened user expectations. In this session, we’ll discuss the impacts of the new ‘borderless enterprise’ on network management practices and provide guidance on how to adapt to this new frontier.
  • Data Center Transformations: From Here to There Without Service Interruptions Recorded: Apr 30 2015 47 mins
    David Cuthbertson, CEO, Square Mile Systems and Kristofer Mathisen, VP, David Kenneth Group
    If transforming your data center without service interruptions is imperative, join this session to learn about a tested and proven methodology, the DKGm, that will get you there. It has produced to date on time and on budget data center transformations without service interruptions 100% of the time.

    Join David-Kenneth Group’s Kristofer Mathisen as he presents the details of the DKGm, including its processes, procedures, tools and technologies for data center transformations.
  • Next Generation Flash Storage: More than a "Band-Aid" for the Data Center Recorded: Apr 30 2015 46 mins
    Adrian Clarke, Pure Storage
    The business is continually expecting IT to:
    1. Accelerate the business
    2. Evolve IT into as a service
    3. Constantly improve Efficiency

    But, even common and simple challenges in the data center take too much time to resolve effectively and IT is often too involved in fighting fires than expanding.

    Flash storage can be a solution to this, but traditional and recent flash models have been little more than a "band-aid" for critical applications.

    With more need than ever to spend time on innovation, join Adrian Clarke from Pure Storage as he looks at the Next Generation of Flash storage, how it can deliver a better economy and what simple changes can be made in your infrastructure to help you accelerate your business.
  • Availability for the Modern Datacenter: Top 5 Features of Next-Gen Backup Recorded: Apr 29 2015 45 mins
    Rick Vanover, vSpecialist and Product Strategist, Veeam
    Do you know where your data is? Backup isn't a simple matter of copying data to an offsite box each night anymore, especially if you're running hundreds of workloads on virtual servers.

    Do you know which files are located on which media? Can you restore data accurately and reliably, and how long will the job take? These are the questions that keep IT admins up at night, but we have the answers.

    Join this presentation as Rick Vanover will explain how to:

    · Integrate backup with virtualization management platforms

    · Protect virtual machines as well as data

    · Leverage cloud resources for backup and recovery

    · Optimize deduplication to keep backup workloads manageable

    · Recover individual files and app items with ease
  • Modernize Your Enterprise WAN Strategy Recorded: Apr 29 2015 44 mins
    Karl Brown, Sr. Director of Product Marketing, Cloud Networking Group, Citrix Systems
    With cloud and mobility changing the technology landscape, the enterprise WAN space has evolved. Technology advancements are enabling IT managers to rethink their enterprise WAN strategy beyond the traditional path of WAN optimization. Whether it’s called next-generation WAN, SD-WAN, hybrid WAN or WAN virtualization, the WAN conversation is back in style. In this session, you will learn how the modern approach to enterprise WAN can help increase application reliability and scale bandwidth while lowering costs.
  • Surveillance: Protect Your IP From Watching Eyes Recorded: Apr 29 2015 39 mins
    Stan Mesceda, Product Manager of High Speed Encryption, Gemalto
    Join Gemalto on April 29th to hear Stan Mesceda, Senior Product Manager at Gemalto give his expertise on data in motion and the importance of High Speed Encryption
  • Expert Panel: Shape Up Your Datacenter in 2015 Recorded: Apr 29 2015 50 mins
    Stu Miniman, Wikibon; Jeff Babcock, Empire Life; Suda Srinivasan, Nutanix
    Start delivering on your key datacenter initiatives with peak efficiency, agility, and lower costs. Join our panel of experts as they discuss the transformative technologies that are putting datacenters on the fast track to fitness.

    Join the panel discussion and learn:
    - How Empire Life lowered their infrastructure costs by 60% and reduced their datacenter footprint by 16:1
    - The questions you should be asking to assess your environment’s current fitness level
    - How technologies like server virtualization, hyperconverged architectures, and hybrid cloud strategy can help
  • Transform the Data Center with Software-Defined Storage Recorded: Apr 29 2015 42 mins
    George Hamilton, Senior Manager, Product Marketing, Emerging Technologies Division
    The modern data center needs to support both traditional business applications and a host of new mobile, cloud, big data and social media applications. To support such diversity, data centers must deliver a wide variety of data services and access methods. To meet these needs, organizations rely on a variety of storage platforms from multiple vendors; each suited for particular application workloads. This diversity results in complexity and high operational costs that inhibit an organization’s ability to invest in new infrastructure to support modern applications and services.

    Software-defined Storage is much more than marketing buzz. Software-defined storage transforms today’s complex storage environments into simple, extensible and open platforms that are more agile and responsive to business users, developers and customers. SDS also delivers modern storage and data services as software-based services that can leverage existing infrastructure or commodity platforms to radically change storage economics and provide a clear path to the cloud.

    Join us to discover how you can use SDS to shift resources from repetitive, manual administrative tasks to innovative new data services that give you a competitive advantage.
  • Are you managing your data center or is it managing you? Recorded: Apr 29 2015 28 mins
    Soeren Schroeder, Vice President, UK/Ireland & Nordics/Baltics, FNT
    Energy efficiency is the top strategic goal for data center operators for a number of reasons. Many indicators and metrics are available to help manage data centers from an energy perspective. However, energy efficiency is just one way of looking at a data center:

    Data center service providers, like enterprise data centers, colocation providers and others, find themselves in a challenging and fast-changing competitive environment. Focusing only on efficiency in the data center is like driving a car at its optimal motor efficiency without taking care whether being on the best way to your destination. Other influences towards the data center have to be taken into account such as transparency over all data center assets, delivering the expected service quality and having the right metrics in place to run your data center successfully.

    In this webcast Soeren Schroeder showcases in an integrated approach; 3 ways to run your data center infrastructure successfully by also utilizing the concept of the Data Center Business Value Dashboards to implement and measure strategies for successful data center operation.
The software-defined data center
Virtualization is no longer a passing trend. Organization deploying it in their servers, desktops, storage and networks are experiencing increased performance and decreased costs, when implemented and managed properly. Join this channel to hear leading experts discuss this maturing technology and how you can create your own software-defined data center.

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