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    • Optimizing Storage Spaces Direct with SMB3 RDMA Networking
      Optimizing Storage Spaces Direct with SMB3 RDMA Networking DataON Storage, Microsoft, Mellanox Technologies, and Strategic Online Systems Recorded: Aug 24 2017 5:00 pm UTC 58 mins
    • Since the launch of Windows Server 2016, Microsoft has transformed the software-defined data center landscape with Storage Spaces Direct and SMB3 RDMA networking for optimal hyper-converged infrastructure deployments.

      Storage Spaces Direct enables building highly available and scalable storage using servers with local storage. It simplifies the management of software-defined storage systems and allows the use of new storage devices such as SATA SSDs and NVMe disk drives. Storage Spaces Direct takes advantage of SMB3 RDMA networking technology for high-speed, low latency, CPU efficient storage.

      Strategic Online Systems, Inc. (SOS) is a Managed Service Provider that chose a DataON and Windows software-defined solution to replace an aging SAN for one of their non-profit customers.

      The webcast will explore the following topics:

      •How Storage Spaces Direct enables service providers and enterprises to use industry-standard servers with local storage to build highly available and scalable software-defined storage.

      •How Mellanox 10/40/100GbE solutions for Window Server 2016 provide end-to-end support for RoCE, delivering high bandwidth and low latency networking via SMB3 RDMA.

      •Best practices on how to deploy Storage Spaces Direct with a Mellanox SMB RDMA network, with real-world examples from SOS.

      •DataON’s latest WSSD-certified platforms for Windows Server 2016.


      Presented by:
      Howard Lo, VP of Sales and Marketing, DataON
      Steven Ekren, Senior Program Manager Windows Server, Microsoft
      Motti Beck, Sr. Director, Enterprise Market Development, Mellanox Technologies
      Benjamin Clements, President, Strategic Online Systems, Inc.

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    • Storage Spaces Direct Hyperconvergence in Windows Server 2016
      Storage Spaces Direct Hyperconvergence in Windows Server 2016 Moderator: Trenton Baker | Microsoft: Matt McSpirit | ClearPointe: Daniel Weissenborn Recorded: Oct 26 2016 5:00 pm UTC 49 mins
    • Deep Dive into Fine-Tuning and Best Practices for Managing Storage Spaces Direct (S2D).

      Demand for virtualization and storage continues to advance towards a cloud-consistent Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) architecture and Microsoft is unlocking the value of hyperconvergence with Windows Server 2016 and Storage Spaces Direct (S2D). Prominent architecture advancements to WS2016 Datacenter Edition include an Azure-inspired networking stack, Nano Server and Shielded VMs with storage enhancements; Storage replica, Storage QoS, and Storage Spaces Direct.

      Windows Server 2016 introduces the distributed file system design known as Storage Spaces Direct (S2D), which expands upon Storage Spaces Shared (WS2012 R2) to encompass support for both SATA / SAS drives, including high-performance NVMe flash devices, that reside internally in each server. Recognizing S2D is a vital cog to the Software Defined Data Center, a holistic approach is needed for success from design to implementation to management.

      This presentation is designed to give a perspective on Storage Spaces Direct and its impact on your hyperconvered SDDC environment, with commentary directly from Microsoft, a Microsoft TAP partner ClearPointe and Storage Spaces founding partner RAID Inc. Also see best practice high performance NVMe-tuning techniques as seen demonstrated in the Microsoft Ignite booth. In an effort to further prepare for the future of Cloud storage, tune-in for the discussion addressing how management and monitoring tools can translate directly into a model that scales into Azure Stack, and therefore Azure, to create a harmonious hybrid ecosystem that can scale and work together across on premise and cloud environments.

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    • Small Satellites Creating New Opportunities in Space Industry
      Small Satellites Creating New Opportunities in Space Industry Arun Kumar Sampathkumar | Team Leader | Aerospace & Defense Recorded: Jul 27 2016 2:00 pm UTC 42 mins
    • The space industry is going through a transformational evolution. What used to be an industry whose products/services were affordable only to large enterprises is fast evolving to include small businesses and everyday individuals as potential customers. The small-satellite technology has played a key role in re-establishing the ground rules of operation for space industry participants. The growth of the small-satellite market will be responsible for the birth of multiple space industry segments, while also imposing changes on the existing industry participants. The future has many new opportunities and threats approaching the existing and incoming space industry participants, and small-satellite technologies will be a key connecting link for most of those Mega Trends in motion.

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    • How to keep Space, Power, and Cooling under Control
      How to keep Space, Power, and Cooling under Control Oliver Lindner, Head of Business Line DCIM, FNT Software Recorded: Jun 25 2014 2:00 pm UTC 37 mins
    • Space, power, and cooling issues will increase swiftly in data center operations as a result of the ever growing demand for computing power, storage, and services. New high-density infrastructure designs, agile deployment methods, and rapid growth make it even more difficult to quantify the current capacity status and future requirements.

      See how you can improve the efficiency of your data center operations and how to leverage space, power, and cooling optimally in this interactive presentation.

      Learn how a modern DCIM tool facilitates managing a legacy site, a state of the art contemporary green design, or even hyperscale environments. The presentation provides solution examples for common use cases including fully BMS monitored and controlled sites and older facilities without sensors and device monitors. Whether you are operating your own site or using/offering colocation, the right tool puts all the information you need to manage and predict capacity and to control operational costs at your fingertips.

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    • Learning from WannaCry and now 250 million PCs infected - Long-Term Implications
      Learning from WannaCry and now 250 million PCs infected - Long-Term Implications Ulf Mattsson, CTO Atlantic BT Security and David Morris, Thought Leader and Pioneer in the Cybersecurity space Recorded: Jul 12 2017 4:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • The massive attack known as WannaCry struck over 900,000 computers worldwide, completely locking victims out of their PCs. The security firm Check Point has warned of a massive new outbreak: They count 250 million PCs infected with malicious code they've called Fireball, designed to hijack browsers to change the default search engine, and track their web traffic on behalf of a Beijing-based digital marketing firm called Rafotech. But more disturbingly, Check Point says it found that the malware also has the ability to remotely run any code on the victim's machine, or download new malicious files. It's potentially serious malware.
      What are the lessons we've learned from Wannacry and other similar attacks? What is the best defense against ransomware?
      In this session, Ulf Mattsson, CTO Atlantic BT Security and David Morris, Thought Leader and Pioneer in the Cybersecurity space, will lay out common sense steps that organizations should take today to better protect themselves, as well as strategic security principles to guide you going forward.

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    • From Dreamers to Space Engineers [NASA Engineers Panel]
      From Dreamers to Space Engineers [NASA Engineers Panel] Dr. Shannon Statham, Mana Salami, and Amy Stevens at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at NASA Recorded: Jun 13 2017 4:00 pm UTC 58 mins
    • Everybody has big dreams. Girls dream of conquering space just as much as boys do. So, how can we inspire girls to not give up on their dreams and pursue education and careers that will help them fulfill their potential?

      Join this live roundtable of esteemed NASA engineers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), and learn about their experiences of getting into tech and succeeding in their careers.

      Topics up for discussion include:
      - How did you end up working in aerospace?
      - What cool JPL projects have you worked on?
      - What are some challenges you’ve faced in STEM and how did you overcome them?
      - Who are your role models or mentors?

      Speakers:
      - Dr. Shannon Statham, Systems Integration & Test Engineer, JPL
      - Mana Salami, Flight Systems Engineer, JPL
      - Amy Stevens, Configuration Management Engineer, JPL

      About the Organization:
      The Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is a federally funded research and development center and NASA field center. JPL is managed by the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) for NASA. The laboratory's primary function is the construction and operation of planetary robotic spacecraft, though it also conducts Earth-orbit and astronomy missions. It is also responsible for operating NASA's Deep Space Network.

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    • Agile ITSM and SIAM in the Enterprise Managed Mobility Space
      Agile ITSM and SIAM in the Enterprise Managed Mobility Space Dragos Malihin, Service Architect @ CWSI ITSM, ITIL, PRINCE2 Recorded: May 16 2017 10:00 am UTC 45 mins
    • Traditional IT (desktops, laptops, etc.) markets are declining, the usage of traditional Operating Systems is declining; more and more organisations are moving to flexible work patterns and locations, mobile devices and IoT are on the rise, productivity tools have already shifted to a “anywhere, anytime and on any platform” approach.
      This session will provide an overview of how we have merged Agile ITSM and SIAM in a Service Catalogue responding to and anticipating our customers’ requirements covering the Enterprise Managed Mobility (EMM) space.

      Speaker's bio:
      "Versatile PRINCE2 Agile and ITIL V3 certified professional, with over 15 years' experience spanning from service delivery to service design and exposure to multiple medium to large client environments, I focus on implementing the company's vision and translating it into innovative service offerings by building viable, robust and scalable ITIL processes.

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    • How to identify similar patents in your technology space
      How to identify similar patents in your technology space Jarrod Britton from PatSnap.com Recorded: Mar 1 2017 4:00 pm UTC 37 mins
    • How do you know if your innovative idea is really original? How can you find patents that might be encroaching on your existing portfolio? The key how you search for similar patents - but as our presenter Jarrod Britton will explain, this aspect of patent search is as much an art as a science.

      In this webinar, we will explore:

      • The benefits and limitations of free patent search tools
      • Effective techniques you can use when identifying similar patents in your innovation space
      • Basic techniques like keyword and classification searching
      • How semantic search can help you to go deeper and find more relevant patents
      • Avoiding common mistakes when exploring similar IP

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    • Discover Space-Based Global Cloud Storage: Network and Telecommunications
      Discover Space-Based Global Cloud Storage: Network and Telecommunications Cliff Beek, President, Cloud Constellation Corporation- Spacebelt Recorded: Jan 31 2017 6:00 pm UTC 33 mins
    • Join Spacebelt and the Cloud Constellation Corporation for a technical deep-dive into connecting your cloud storage and telecommunications networks within your data center.

      The Space-Based data center infrastructure is comprised of interconnected satellites, forming an exclusive cloud storage network ring to serve enterprises and governments everywhere. This is what the data center of the future looks like, and it includes an autonomous global telecom backbone, fast delivery of data stored in-orbit to anywhere on the planet, ultra secure point-to-point connectivity, and more.

      With the every increasing influx of data and big data, cloud storage models and data centers need to continue to shift and adapt to these demands. Learn about the latest and greatest data center connectivity solutions and technologies on the market today.

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    • MarFS: A Scalable Near-POSIX Name Space over Cloud Objects – New Features
      MarFS: A Scalable Near-POSIX Name Space over Cloud Objects – New Features Kyle Lamb and David Bonnie, Storage Technical Leads, Los Alamos National Laboratory Recorded: Nov 22 2016 8:00 pm UTC 47 mins
    • It has been said that Objects are for applications and POSIX is for people. The HPC community as well as many other large scale IT organizations have legacy applications and users that know, use, and depend on a near POSIX environment with real folders, ease of renaming and reshaping trees, and other powerful concepts in POSIX.

      MarFS is designed to provide a scalable near-POSIX name space over standard object systems, with target scaling out to trillions of POSIX files, hundreds of Gigabytes/sec of data bandwidth, and millions of POSIX metadata operations/sec.

      MarFS, now in use in production, has met the original developmental goals and many feature enhancements are now being developed. Features such as cloud storage flexibility enabled by a data abstraction layer, calculation of parity for incoming data, and expanded metadata scalability.

      Save your seat to find out the latest on this new technology!

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    • Augmented Construction: How Virtual Environments are Impacting the Physical
      Augmented Construction: How Virtual Environments are Impacting the Physical Rob Charlton, CEO, Space Group & Adam Ward, Director, BIM Technologies Recorded: Nov 30 2016 1:00 pm UTC 48 mins
    • In an age of perpetual advancing technology, it’s often difficult to keep up with what’s going to be the “next big thing”.

      Traditional construction methods are fast being overtaken by modern building processes, and what we’re now terming; digital construction.

      As industry innovators, we’re championing the leap from digital construction to augmented construction. There is scope for augmented reality to play a major role in helping construction teams in the field understand how various systems and components fit together during production. But more importantly, it can facilitate a route for architects to take their designs into a virtual environment before the high risk move to construction.

      The current process for a structure is that it is designed in 3D, transferred to 2D documents and then built in a virtual

      3D format. The transition from 3D to 2D and back again can often lead to errors, therefore, what if we could cut this middle step out altogether?

      Just imagine being able to put on an AR headset and see exactly which line on a 2D construction document corresponds to a given object, such as a section of pipe or cable network. Being able to bring drawings into a physical model, giving a sense of scale, proportion, form and space.

      In this webinar, we’ll take you through the following:

       What is Augmented Construction

       Technological advancements and what benefits they bring to the industry

       How to use AR effectively

       What role does data play in this?

       Example projects, who’s using this now

       The next step

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