As data production and repositories grow to monumental levels, the aspects of analytical flow from the cloud to the end user or decision-making source has become ever more important. From IoT devices and edge computing to modern big data storage architectures and visualizations, this summit follows the data lifecycle techniques and best practices within 3 leading topics in big data and the cloud in 2018: IoT, data lakes and business intelligence.
IT service management has long been recognised as a critical element in the delivery and management of IT services. With the advent of new approaches such as Agile and cloud, driven by the need for Digital Transformation, this summit will explore the importance of ITSM in today’s IT department. Moreover, this summit will discuss existing and new frameworks and their impact on the enterprise digitalization process.
With the increase in IoT devices deployed, 50 billion by 2020, comes an exponential increase in the data being produced. The boom of data has businesses eager to analyze the trillions of data points smarter and faster. Discover the next revolution in IoT as the industry pushes for intelligent devices with stream processing, edge computing, and A.I. innovations.
Virtualization’s promise to cut costs, increase business agility, and reduce carbon footprints is often threatened when organizations begin to deploy a large number of VMs. In other words, going from 10 VMs to 100s of VMs may turn virtualization’s money-saving benefits into a money-losing proposition unless achieving scale with virtualization is done properly. This summit will present the latest innovations and best practices for achieving agility, simplicity, and business value through server virtualization environments. Presenters will cover the benefits of network-attached storage (NAS), storage management solutions, and guidelines for efficiency and ROI.
With pressure mounting on organizations around the world to cut costs and operate more efficiently, data centers are at the forefront of IT facility innovation. Cloud computing and virtualization offer cutting-edge solutions to optimize servers and storage, while measurement, management and monitoring are providing energy and facility managers with unparalleled levels of insight into data center workloads. Join industry leaders, analysts and solution providers for a full day of presentations discussing best practices for increasing efficiency and maximizing availability.
Desktop virtualization promises to deliver scalable and secure user experience and agility, and enterprises continue to realize its benefits through successful implementation and management. This summit features presentations breaking down best practices for end-users, identifying key areas of cost savings, addressing security threats and benefits, and discussing the economics of implementation.
Every company with IT has logs, but not necessarily a systemized way to manage them. As the focus seems to be on both compliance and security, companies are looking into log management & SIEM to manage the overwhelming amount of logs and security events, as well as analyze the large volumes of diverse logs in an effective and efficient manner. At this summit, industry experts will clear up any lingering questions regarding log and event management, provide practical tips on managing and taking control of your logs and take a look into the future to see what is ahead for log standards and trends.
Meeting modern demands for flexibility and agility requires data center professionals to leverage the latest and greatest technological innovations. Without any room to sacrifice uptime, how can IT professionals still manage to cut costs and reduce energy use? This summit brings together some of the world’s leading experts to present best practices and discuss how other companies are achieving efficiency while at the same time improving performance.
IT Service Management has progressed our thinking and centered our attention on aligning IT with the objectives of the business. Especially in this hyper-connected era, aren’t IT and the business really the same thing? At this summit, industry experts will discuss the ways IT and the business are converging, provide practical tips on how your company can embrace this trend, and take a look at what lies ahead for integration.
Web 2.0 tools boost information sharing and collaboration in a seamless way, leading to increased efficiency and convenience. Despite the benefits of web 2.0, data is more transient than ever. This open and connected cloud-based environment makes it difficult to know where data is located and who has access to it. Attend this summit to hear from security visionaries as they look into the new paradigm of web 2.0 security threats, the issues of privacy that has risen and practical tips on how to prevent large scale data leaks from happening to you.