While the cloud represents a revolution in IT strategy, it's not a cloud-only world, and IT leaders today are faced with the challenge of integrating cloud infrastructure with existing applications, technologies, networks and processes.
Terremark's Bill Lowry presents a practical and pragmatic guide on integrating clouds into your existing infrastructure strategy, focusing on how to take advantage of the power and potential of the cloud while minimizing disruption, waste and compromise.
This presentation will give a look at the Open Data Center Alliance rev 2.0 software defined networking (SDN) usage model that incorporates network function virtualization, and five new usage scenarios.
SDN is no longer considered an emerging technology; the technology is proven, although it is still at an early stage in its life cycle. In comparison, NFV is at an earlier stage of development, but because the technology effectively complements SDN and is important to service providers, NFV is likely to be widely adopted across the industry.
To improve evaluations and decision making, IT departments and cloud subscribers will require standard features and defined metrics. The ODCA recognizes the need for the adoption of SDN and NFV in IaaS and management solutions that incorporate standard mechanisms to better manage network services. This presentation specifies actions and processes to advance development of practical solutions that help lower management complexity and costs, especially in heterogeneous, multi-vendor environments.
Some would like to have you believe that everything should be moved to the Cloud. How do you know if you should move to the Cloud? To move it safely and successfully takes insight and planning. To move it to a Secure Cloud takes investigation beyond “is the cloud vendor secure”. As so many others have learned, it can be done in 12 steps.Read more >
Join HP and Terremark to learn how enterprises are adopting the cloud for serious business. We will review real life examples and best practices from some of today’s most successful companies. We will also discuss the benefits and challenges associated with public, private and hybrid clouds as well as considerations for the appropriate business use cases for each. Terremark is a leader in managed hosting and IT infrastructure services, providing a wide array of businesses with unrivaled secured facilities, managed services, uninterrupted power, customer support and flexible data protection customized to individual business needs. HP storage transforms how information is stored, protected and managed to deliver new levels of simplicity, scalability and economic efficiencies. With HP's Converged Infrastructure as the foundation for Terremark’s cloud solutions, your business is ready for what's next.Read more >
Join this webcast to learn how Terremark implemented virtualization as part of their InfiniCenter service that provides an unprecedented speed to market including SLA’s to enable for their ‘Developers vCloud’.Read more >
At the Customer Cloud Expo 2016, EM360° interviewed cybersecurity expert, Ralph Echemendia to mine his insights as to what the biggest vulnerabilities in cybersecurity are today. Ralph was speaking at the event in association with Interactive Intelligence to warn enterprises of poor practices and to encourage them to review their approach to security.
Ralph Echemendia is a world-renowned cyber security expert, known internationally by his alter ego “The Ethical Hacker.” He uses his talents and expertise to educate various institutions as well as protect companies and celebrity names. Ralph has played a pivotal role in the research and development of various key security technologies. His portfolio of work and reputation as a leading professional across several industries has landed him the credibility to make appearances on CNN, Fox News, USA Today, and Forbes, to name a few.
Following his work as an Information Security Executive for Terremark Worldwide (acquired by Verizon in 2011) in Miami, Ralph took his talents to Hollywood, California.
He actively works with award-winning Director Oliver Stone as a technical supervisor on films such as the upcoming release of Snowden.
Terremark and ArcSight had two of the largest acquisitions of recent times:
Terremark went public in March 2007 and was acquired by Verizon for $1.4 Billion in early 2011.
ArcSight went public in February 2008 and was acquired by HP for $1.5 Billion in September 2010.
Join this Fireside chat where these very successful CEOs will discuss and share how they entered the Federal Government market, the lessons learned, understand how to overcome barriers to entry, how to create the appropriate eco-system to successfully deploy solutions, how to best qualify opportunities and how to deal with the Federal Government procurement and acquisition processes. At the end, how they use these experiences to achieve success on the global market.
Join this roundtable to hear experts discuss the latest trends in enterprise virtualization.
Moderated by Jeff Hyman, HPCWire Associate Publisher with panel members:
Ed Bugnion, VP/CTO Cisco Server, Access & Virtualization Business Unit; Dylan Larson, Director of Platform Technology Initiatives at Intel;
Chris Drumgoole, SVP Product Development at Terremark and
Joachim Rahmfeld, Senior Business Development Manager, Global SAP Alliance at VMware, Inc.