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    • Running Oracle Software on POWER/AIX in the Skytap Cloud
      Running Oracle Software on POWER/AIX in the Skytap Cloud Mike Stone, CIO, House of Brick Technologies; Dan Jones, Director of Product Management, Skytap Recorded: Oct 12 2017 4:00 pm UTC 36 mins
    • In this session we will provide an overview of licensing Oracle programs using Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) on POWER/AIX VMs in the Skytap Cloud. There is a lot of confusion around Oracle licensing, especially in virtualized or cloud environments. Many of the references to discussion points and legal challenges resulting from running virtualized x86 platforms apply directly to POWER environments as well.

      Key takeaways from this webinar include:

      - Skytap Cloud is an effective option for IaaS, including for Oracle-based POWER/AIX applications.
      - The use of POWER/AIX VMs for Oracle workloads in Skytap Cloud ensures that Oracle workloads stay running only on licensed processors.
      - Skytap Cloud provides support for Oracle licensing by allocating dedicated resources to Oracle workloads.
      - In an Oracle audit, usage of Skytap Cloud environments will be documented as if the LPARs or servers are part of the customer’s on-premises environment.

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    • Optimizing your Infrastructure: An Essential Guide to vSAN ReadyNodes
      Optimizing your Infrastructure: An Essential Guide to vSAN ReadyNodes Biswapati Bhattacharjee, Sr. Product Manager, VMware Recorded: Sep 5 2017 4:00 pm UTC 62 mins
    • vSAN continues to drive the rapid growth of hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI), adopted by more than 8,000 customers. One of the most popular HCI consumption models is the vSAN ReadyNode – pre-configured, tested and certified x86 servers designed for optimal HCI performance. Today, we have more than 300 pre-configured ReadyNodes listed in our vSAN Compatibility Guide, which includes certified CPUs, memory, network, I/O controllers and storage options available from our OEM partners across the globe.

      While pre-configured vSAN ReadyNodes ensure excellent HCI performance, some users need the flexibility to use another capacity tier device or a different processor in their ReadyNode. In this webcast, we will explore what you can and can’t change in a pre-configured ReadyNode. We’ll also talk about Day 0 availability for ReadyNodes with the new Intel Purley server platform, and discuss:

      The high level certification process conducted by our vSAN ReadyLabs
      vSAN Hardware Market Segmentation
      Guidelines on building your own ReadyNode with certified components
      Brief review of vSAN Hardware Guidance

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    • Solving the last encryption problem. Never exposing keys in memory!
      Solving the last encryption problem. Never exposing keys in memory! Steve Pate – HyTrust Chief Architect & Hari Tadepalli - Security Architect, Intel Recorded: Sep 21 2017 3:00 pm UTC 47 mins
    • It wasn’t long ago that encryption projects were thwart with problems. The performance was terrible. Key management was a nightmare. Encryption was only implemented as a “must have” for compliance or national security. Around 10 years ago, performance started to be addressed with the introduction of AES acceleration in modern Intel processors. A new range of key management solutions started to appear to simplify encryption projects. Coupled with a “move to the cloud” the demand for encryption is now at an all-time high. But there is still one problem left to be solved. To perform encryption, even with hardware acceleration that AES-NI provides, encryption keys need to be memory resident. As such, the keys are vulnerable to attack.

      With the introduction of Intel QuickAssist and Key Protection Technology and, in conjunction with HyTrust DataControl, this webinar will introduce you to some new and exciting technology where encryption keys are never exposed in memory and high-performance encryption is performed by the QuickAssist hardware. We’ll also be exploring the use of SGX in conjunction with QuickAssist to build secure, distributed HSMs.

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    • Crossing the GDPR Delta: Capture, manage and disseminate consent as part of GDPR
      Crossing the GDPR Delta: Capture, manage and disseminate consent as part of GDPR Andy Joss: Industry Consultant, Informatica; Guy Bradshaw, Senior Consultant Global Advisory Services , Entity Recorded: Apr 4 2017 9:00 am UTC 58 mins
    • The General Data Privacy Regulation will require Data Processors and Controllers to have a single version of the truth for all data related to an individual and the consent they have given to use it.
      For compliance purposes this must be continually updated and available to any consuming system. It must be possible to answer questions like:

      •What Personal Data do I hold?
      •Why do I hold this? (For which processing activities/purposes?)
      •Do I have specific consent and have I registered any objections?
      •How will I continue to monitor and action consents and objections?
      •Am I upholding the rights of the data subject?

      The ability to answer these questions and achieve the single version of the truth is what we define as Consent Mastering. Data Processors and Controllers will also need to be able to take both a Data Governance view of consent but also an operational view and understand how they are linked.

      Join Informatica and Entity Group to learn more about:
      -The requirement for Consent Mastering in the context of GDPR
      -The opportunity it represents, beyond regulatory compliance, to achieve a true 360° view of your customer
      -How to comply with GDPR within the context of an holistic data management approach
      -The Data Subject Consent Journey

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    • Acceleration with the Universal Data Plane - FD.io
      Acceleration with the Universal Data Plane - FD.io Ed Warnicke, FD.io Technical Steering Committee chair, Cisco & John DiGiglio, FD.io Marketing Committee, Intel Recorded: Aug 29 2017 4:00 pm UTC 56 mins
    • The Fast Data Project, FD.io, is relentlessly focused on data IO speed and efficiency for more flexible and scalable networks and storage. As the universal data plane, FD.io is helping enable the developer community achieve the highest performance, throughput, and resource efficiency in cloud networking, container networking, NFVI, bare metal networking, and SmartNic acceleration.

      Recently FD.io extended its lead as the fastest most scalable software data plane on earth by demonstrating terabit throughput levels with multi-million fib table entries on standard high-volume server platforms utilizing the new Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor.

      Hear from host Ed Warnicke (Technical Steering Committee chair and Distinguished Engineer at Cisco) on the benefits of FD.io, including key functionality offered in the latest release (17.07), providing key features to enable commercial-ready solutions for software-defined infrastructures. Also hear from host John DiGiglio (Packet Processing SW Product Manager at Intel) on how recent architectural improvements in Intel’s newest platform have doubled performance without modification to the FD.io software.

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    • Innovation and the Future of Payment Technology Panel
      Innovation and the Future of Payment Technology Panel Steve Kirsch, Token; Omri Dahan, Marqeta; Giles Sutherland, Carta Worldwide; David Edwards, BrightTALK Recorded: Mar 15 2017 9:00 pm UTC 63 mins
    • From paying your rent, to that cup of coffee - every payment in the world goes through a mind-bending number of channels, companies, networks, technologies and sets of eyes. Until recently. New technology in the payments sector, from encryption & authentication to digital currencies and open APIs have opened up new avenues for moving money, and new challenges too.

      So join this panel of industry heavyweights as they discuss the world that holds, up the world of money, what challenges lie ahead, and what our world of payments may look like in the future. Featuring:
      - Steve Kirsch, CEO & Founder, Token - A revolutionary open Banking platform
      - Omri Dahan, Chief Revenue Officer, Marqeta - The innovative payment platform
      - Giles Sutherland, VP Product & Strategic Development, Carta Worldwide - A leading digital payment processor & enabler
      - David Edwards, Senior Community Manager, BrightTALK (Moderator)

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    • Accelerate AI and HPC Workload Delivery with Composable Cloud Infrastructure
      Accelerate AI and HPC Workload Delivery with Composable Cloud Infrastructure John Abbott, 451 Research. Chris Orlando, ScaleMatrix. Michael J. McManus PhD, Intel Recorded: Jul 18 2017 5:00 pm UTC 50 mins
    • Join Intel, ScaleMatrix, and 451 Research for an insightful webinar covering the challenges and solutions to the adoption of Artificial Intelligence workloads: Deep Learning, Machine Learning and HPC, in the Cloud. High Performance Computing is a fundamental tool used in analytics and research; and on average, can provide an ROI as high as $515 per $1 of investment. However, HPC could deliver even greater value if we could overcome key technical barriers associated with different workloads driving separate systems with specialized hardware and software for each workload. These challenges lead to increased acquisition and management costs and are often responsible for reducing efficiency.

      Learn how ScaleMatrix’ high-density data centers and cloud delivery capabilities along with Intel’s Scalable Systems Framework have overcome these challenges with tight system integration, increased density, and balanced compute, memory, network/fabric and storage in a composable, cloud-delivered architecture, specifically designed to address the various AI and HPC requirements associated with compute intense workloads like Genomic Analytics, Molecular Dynamics, and Machine Learning.

      The ScaleMatrix Artificial Intelligence Cloud solution using Intel’s Scalable System Framework employs heterogeneous blocks of compute nodes that can be readjusted to match workload demand. It is easily scaled to meet any size customer need, offers ease of use, faster delivery times, and lower TCO by simplifying and improving core infrastructure. Technologies highlighted include the Intel® Xeon and Xeon Phi processors, Intel® Arria FPGA, Intel® SSD’s, and Intel® Omni-Path Architecture. Whether you’re focused on Image Processing, Convolutional Neural Networks, Alignment Algorithms, or DNA Sequencing, you’ll hear from Intel and ScaleMatrix experts how their joint solution can improve your HPC workload performance in an economical way. Complementary trial details will be presented.

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    • Hitachi Cloud Service Provider Partners with CGI
      Hitachi Cloud Service Provider Partners with CGI Brian Caan – VP Global Marketing, CGI Recorded: Mar 27 2017 4:10 pm UTC 4 mins
    • CGI is the fifth largest independent IT and business processors provider delivering high-end business consulting, IT outsourcing plus system integration and consulting. When providing cloud services their clients are looking to turn it on and reap the benefits immediately. In order to do this they had change the way they organized their services to align with their customer needs. In order to provide the immediate cloud services their clients expected, CGI had to transform their offerings to align with their customer needs.

      Together with Hitachi Cloud Services, CGI can provide new ways to deliver services and adapt to improved business models for their customers.

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    • Final PSD2 RTS on SCA and Secure Communication: What you need to know
      Final PSD2 RTS on SCA and Secure Communication: What you need to know Tom Hay - Head of Payments, Icon Solutions and Chris Kong - Senior Consultant, Icon Solutions Recorded: Mar 7 2017 12:00 pm UTC 57 mins
    • If you are looking for the key insights from the latest PSD2 RTS then this webinar is for you.

      The European Banking Authority (EBA) recently published the long-awaited (and much debated) draft Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) covering Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) and secure communication.

      These Standards are the result of the difficult trade-offs between the various drivers behind PSD2, including: enhancing security, enabling greater customer convenience, and encouraging both innovation and competition.

      In this special, exclusive webinar, Icon Solutions’ PSD2 experts, Tom Hay (Head of Payments) and Chris Kong (Senior Consultant and Co-chair of the ECB/ERPB PSD2 Identity subgroup) will share their interpretation of the standards and the key things you need to know to meet your PSD2 obligations and beyond.

      Join this webinar to learn what impact RTS will have on:

      • Interface requirements and applicable standards
      • Strong Customer Authentication and generation of Authentication Codes
      • Exemptions from SCA and Transaction Risk Analysis
      • Certificates, identification and validation of Third Party Processors

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    • KYC in the online age
      KYC in the online age Panel Discussion featuring: UK Cabinet Office, CurrencyFair, IOX & Mitek Recorded: Feb 16 2017 3:00 pm UTC 47 mins
    • Financial institutions from all over the world are facing increasingly strict regulations regarding the verification and authentication of their customers’ identity. The imminent enforcement of the 4AMLD and the publication of the 5AMLD will nothing but add pressure on the financial services industry.

      To keep a competitive edge and still be compliant with the latest Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) regulations, banks, prepaid card operators, digital currency processors, exchanges, and wallets are being compelled to embrace the digitalisation of traditionally cumbersome processes such as customer due diligence and ongoing authentication.

      Aiming to simplify KYC in this ever-changing regulatory environment, and optimizing the digital channels for further security and convenience, financial institutions need to successfully achieve this change within their policies, procedures, business models, and technology infrastructures.

      During this webinar, our panel of experts will provide answers to the following questions:

      •Are the technologies to underpin digital identity verification reliable and robust enough for financial institutions to rely on them?

      •Are customers prepared to go down the digital route?

      •Can financial institutions strike the right balance between rock-solid compliance, and smooth, easy, digital customer experience?

      •How are financial institutions coping with the challenges posed by the latest regulatory updates?

      Join us for this panel discussion with our expert speakers:

      Don Thibeau, Chairman & President, The Open Identity Exchange (OIX)
      Fintan Byrne, Head of Risk & Chief Compliance Officer, CurrencyFair
      Sarah Clarke, General Manager - Identity, Mitek
      David Rennie, Identity Assurance Programme, UK Cabinet Office

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