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    • How to Achieve True Scalability in SaaS Applications?
      How to Achieve True Scalability in SaaS Applications? Jothi Rengarajan - Principal Architect – SaaS Solutions, Janakiraman Jayachandran - Cloud Architect Recorded: May 27 2015 6:00 pm UTC 63 mins
    • One of the most unique and critical feature of Cloud is it’s “Elasticity”. The very nature of SaaS applications being delivered over cloud (internet) enforces a natural requirement for these applications to be elastic as well in order to leverage the cloud benefits. However, one of the common myths in SaaS is Cloud will take care of scalability and application need not worry about it. Many SaaS providers realize this when their applications are put for a true scalability test – which can span across all the layers of your application. While the cloud facilitates elasticity the application should have been architected to make use of it. In this webinar we are going focus on the best practices involved in building a true scalable SaaS application.

      Key Takeaways:
      • Scalability considerations in a layered architecture
      • Scalability design patterns
      • Techniques for database scalability
      • Balancing cost vs. scalability in AWS cloud
      • Key services in AWS for SaaS applications to leverage scalability

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    • Security Architecture Best Practices for SaaS Applications
      Security Architecture Best Practices for SaaS Applications Jothi Rengarajan - Principal Architect – SaaS Solutions, Janakiraman Jayachandran - Cloud Architect Recorded: Mar 24 2015 6:00 pm UTC 64 mins
    • Gartner has predicted 18-20% growth in SaaS market, and expects it to hit US $22.1 billion by the year 2015. They have also measured that SaaS adoption rate has increased many fold in the last few years (almost 71% of enterprises use SaaS solutions).

      SaaS has come a long way from “hype” to “norm”. The key to this change is the confidence that has been built by the cloud/SaaS community by providing enterprise class security. Since, SaaS model of delivery has become a defacto standard of delivering products it’s critical for software providers to ensure that their SaaS product meets the required industry security standards. In this webinar, we will address the security aspects related to architecture, deployment and management of SaaS solutions.

      Key Takeaways:
      • Security considerations in each of the architecture layers
      • Data isolation risks and mitigation plans
      • Overview of CWE/SANS and OWASP Security threats
      • Data retention and termination policies
      • Infrastructure and cloud related security risks and solutions

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    • How to Streamline Customer Onboarding by Automating your SaaS Apps
      How to Streamline Customer Onboarding by Automating your SaaS Apps Dave Derington (Azuqua), Kate Aurell (Hawke Media), Brian Kilgore (Wrike) Recorded: Oct 23 2018 5:00 pm UTC 44 mins
    • Streamlined client onboarding is a critical component of delivering a positive customer experience and enabling teams to scale revenue and sell more deals. The challenge with onboarding is that it’s often a time-consuming, repetitive process that creates barriers to making your customers successful and decreases the number of customers you can onboard in a given period of time.

      Hawke Media experienced a similar challenge when onboarding customers with their sales team using Husbspot and their client onboarding teams operating out of Wrike. Every time they signed on a new client, their sales team completed a form with customer information for onboarding. The onboarding team then double checked for accuracy, manually copied form data, created accounts for each customer within Wrike, and built and assigned repetitive task structures from scratch.

      There were some obvious problems with this process for Hawke Media -- their client onboarding team wasn’t adopting Wrike at the rate they would have hoped because there was often missing information and the manual workload was limiting their ability to scale their client onboarding processes.

      By leveraging Azuqua, Hawke Media discovered that they could eliminate the busy work in their client onboarding processes with SaaS integration and automation. The result is a 100% automated process from form submission to task assignment that allowed them to accelerate sales, make onboarding more actionable, and improve Wrike adoption across their organization.

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    • Making a Smart SaaS Choice: Six Key Questions to Ask
      Making a Smart SaaS Choice: Six Key Questions to Ask Peter Cohen, Managing Partner, SaaS Marketing Strategy Advisors, www.saasmarketingstrategy.com Recorded: Jul 24 2012 2:00 pm UTC 24 mins
    • If it hasn’t happened to you already, sooner or later you’ll probably be asked to evaluate a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution for your business. No matter what function you’re looking to automate – ERP, CRM, talent management, or some specialized, industry-specific application – there’s probably a SaaS solution available for you to consider.

      So how do you choose? What criteria should you use to determine whether a SaaS solution fits your needs? And which vendor you should work with?

      This brief webinar will present six key questions that you should ask when evaluating SaaS solutions. Better yet, it will point out the kind of answers you should be listening for.

      If you’re in the midst of evaluating a SaaS solution for your organization – and if you’re not, it’s likely that you will be soon – this will be a valuable session for you.

      Speaker bio

      The speaker, Peter Cohen, is the Managing Partner at SaaS Marketing Strategy Advisors. His firm provides expert guidance to help companies effectively market and sell SaaS solutions to enterprises.

      Peter has more than 25 years’ experience developing and implementing successful marketing strategies for technology companies, including IBM, Constant Contact, Progress Software, and Honeywell. He writes and speaks frequently about marketing SaaS solutions and publishes a blog and newsletter entitled “Practical Advice on SaaS Marketing.”

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    • Scared of data security in SaaS applications? Don’t worry, we have your back
      Scared of data security in SaaS applications? Don’t worry, we have your back Akhilesh Dhawan, Dir. Product Marketing, Networking/Security; Praveen Raghuraman, Dir. Product Management, Networking, Citrix Recorded: Oct 23 2018 5:00 pm UTC 39 mins
    • Most organizations have some data stored in SaaS applications or are thinking of moving to SaaS. Some of this migration to SaaS is controlled by IT (sanctioned SaaS apps), while most of this migration is undertaken by individual business units (unsanctioned SaaS apps) in order to achieve better productivity or to get some tasks done. While IT has deployed methods like single sign-on to sanctioned applications, they cannot control access to any unsanctioned SaaS applications using the same SSO solution. And traditional single sign-on solutions don’t provide any control on what actions a user can take after they login to SaaS applications, nor do they provide security policies for IT to control user access to the Internet.

      In this session, you will learn about a single solution that helps:

      • Improve user experience with single sign-on to SaaS, web and virtual apps
      • Implement enhanced security policies for SaaS apps to control user actions after login
      • Enable Web filtering to control what users cannot access on the Internet
      • Securely browse the internet
      • Provide end to end visibility and user behavior analytics with Citrix Analytics

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    • 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 2:00 pm UTC 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.

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    • Easy On-ramp to Multi-Cloud Load Balancing with Industry's First SaaS Solution
      Easy On-ramp to Multi-Cloud Load Balancing with Industry's First SaaS Solution Ashish Shah, Praveen Yalagandula Recorded: Nov 8 2018 5:30 pm UTC 41 mins
    • According to RightScale, 81% of enterprises have a multi-cloud strategy and operate 5 clouds (public and private) on average. So how are businesses handling enterprise-grade load balancing, monitoring, analytics and security of their applications, which are increasingly deployed across on-premises data centers and multi-cloud environments? Avi overcomes the limitations of appliance-based or single-cloud solutions which work only in one environment.

      View this webinar to learn how Avi achieves:

      - Faster time-to-value - get an easy start on consuming application services and enable businesses to focus on provisioning applications instead of managing infrastructure
      - Operational simplicity - reduce the complexities and cost in maintenance, upgrades and gain faster troubleshooting, proactive fault detection and risk mitigation
      - Deployment flexibility - deliver the same enterprise features and consistent experience across any environment and with any delivery options SaaS or customer-managed.

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    • Securing Access to On-prem and SaaS Environments with Cloud Based IAM
      Securing Access to On-prem and SaaS Environments with Cloud Based IAM Merritt Maxim, Senior Forrester Analyst, Forrester Research Recorded: Oct 25 2018 5:00 pm UTC 51 mins
    • Despite the rapid enterprise adoption of SaaS, many organizations still rely on a hybrid mix of on-premise and SaaS apps to run their business, creating administrative challenges and inefficiencies.

      Identity-as-a-service (IDaaS) solutions have evolved to provide business and security professionals with a viable and compelling alternative to traditional IAM options. Besides delivering all the great cloud benefits, cloud-based IAM offerings can integrate with on-premise environments to increase business agility, reduce operational inefficiencies, mitigate identity risks, and improve real-time visibility for today's hybrid enterprise.

      Join featured speaker Merritt Maxim, Senior Analyst at Forrester Research, as he discusses the state of IDaaS in the context of new architectures and real world use-cases, including:

      – Current IDaaS Market Trends
      – Critical considerations for building an IDaaS architecture & strategy
      – Challenges in extending on-premises
      – IAM approaches to the cloud
      – Key benefits from deploying IDaaS in hybrid environment
      – Quick Demo of OneLogin IDaaS solution for hybrid environment

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    • Scared of data security in SaaS applications? Don’t worry, we have your back
      Scared of data security in SaaS applications? Don’t worry, we have your back Akhilesh Dhawan, Dir. Product Marketing, Networking/Security; Praveen Raghuraman, Dir. Product Management, Networking, Citrix Recorded: Aug 23 2018 1:00 pm UTC 39 mins
    • Most organizations have some data stored in SaaS applications or are thinking of moving to SaaS. Some of this migration to SaaS is controlled by IT (sanctioned SaaS apps), while most of this migration is undertaken by individual business units (unsanctioned SaaS apps) in order to achieve better productivity or to get some tasks done. While IT has deployed methods like single sign-on to sanctioned applications, they cannot control access to any unsanctioned SaaS applications using the same SSO solution. And traditional single sign-on solutions don’t provide any control on what actions a user can take after they login to SaaS applications, nor do they provide security policies for IT to control user access to the Internet.

      In this session, you will learn about a single solution that helps:

      • Improve user experience with single sign-on to SaaS, web and virtual apps
      • Implement enhanced security policies for SaaS apps to control user actions after login
      • Enable Web filtering to control what users cannot access on the Internet
      • Securely browse the internet
      • Provide end to end visibility and user behavior analytics with Citrix Analytics

      Read more >
    • Scared of data security in SaaS applications? Don’t worry, we have your back
      Scared of data security in SaaS applications? Don’t worry, we have your back Akhilesh Dhawan, Dir. Product Marketing, Networking/Security; Praveen Raghuraman, Dir. Product Management, Networking, Citrix Recorded: Aug 23 2018 6:00 pm UTC 39 mins
    • Most organizations have some data stored in SaaS applications or are thinking of moving to SaaS. Some of this migration to SaaS is controlled by IT (sanctioned SaaS apps), while most of this migration is undertaken by individual business units (unsanctioned SaaS apps) in order to achieve better productivity or to get some tasks done. While IT has deployed methods like single sign-on to sanctioned applications, they cannot control access to any unsanctioned SaaS applications using the same SSO solution. And traditional single sign-on solutions don’t provide any control on what actions a user can take after they login to SaaS applications, nor do they provide security policies for IT to control user access to the Internet.

      In this session, you will learn about a single solution that helps:

      • Improve user experience with single sign-on to SaaS, web and virtual apps
      • Implement enhanced security policies for SaaS apps to control user actions after login
      • Enable Web filtering to control what users cannot access on the Internet
      • Securely browse the internet
      • Provide end to end visibility and user behavior analytics with Citrix Analytics

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    • Why Your SIEM Won’t Work for Your SaaS Applications
      Why Your SIEM Won’t Work for Your SaaS Applications John Hawley, VP of Product Strategy Upcoming: Dec 5 2018 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Despite the cost and complexity of implementation, many organizations rely on security information and event management (SIEM) for network detection and response for on-premises applications. With the move to the cloud, however, traditional SIEM approaches won’t work.
      Nearly all organizations (90 percent) have at least one application in the cloud currently, or plan to in the next 12 months, according to IDG’s 2018 Cloud Computing study. Although cloud providers include security measures, IT professionals still face a variety of security challenges with software-as-a-service (SaaS), including lack of visibility into who is accessing applications and insufficient access controls.
      Join our experts for a live webinar with a Q&A for more insights on the cloud security landscape and why you should consider a cloud security solution in today’s hybrid IT environment.
      We’ll discuss:
      •Current cloud security landscape
      •Pros and cons of SIEM versus cloud-specific solutions
      •Steps to implement a cloud security solution
      •How Delta Risk’s cloud security solutions can help
      About the Speaker
      John Hawley is Vice President of Product Strategy for Delta Risk. Prior to joining Delta Risk in 2017, he served as Vice President, Portfolio Strategy for the Worldwide Security business CA Technologies.

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    • What’s new? The Broadest and Deepest Cloud Security for SaaS, PaaS & IaaS
      What’s new? The Broadest and Deepest Cloud Security for SaaS, PaaS & IaaS Deena Thomchick, Senior Director of Cloud Security, Symantec Linda Park, Senior Manager, IaaS Security & Compliance, Symantec Recorded: Nov 1 2018 5:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • Organizations are using more cloud services for more business-critical activities. At the same time organizations face growing privacy regulations, a high rate of data loss (accidental exposures and breaches), and ever-increasing attacks on their cloud assets.

      It is challenging to get the visibility and security you need to protect your Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) clouds as cloud security offerings have been both limited in scope and fragmented across point products.

      Let us show you what’s new and how our solutions will give you the most complete visibility, data security, threat protection and compliance management for your public cloud services with integrated cloud security.

      Learn more about our latest innovations in cloud security for SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS

      •.New Integrated Compliance Management for IaaS – the first Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) solution integrated with Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) and Cloud Workload Protection Platform (CWPP) offering detailed compliance remediation.

      •. Fastest Acting Cloud App Security – the first API-based CASB that can remediate security issues in seconds, with new Fast APIs for Microsoft and Box.

      •. Broadest & Deepest Cloud App Coverage – CASB data security and threat protection for any cloud app, including custom apps.

      •. Best DLP and Threat Protection for IaaS Storage – Gartner Magic Quadrant leading Data Loss Prevention (DLP) and threat protection now integrated with Cloud Workload Protection(CWP) and Gartner Magic Quadrant leading CloudSOC CASB.

      Please Join Us, Register Today

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