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    • Discover how HPE’s Spin-Merge will enhance your software investment
      Discover how HPE’s Spin-Merge will enhance your software investment Chris Hsu, EVP, David Jones, SVP, and Joe Garber, VP Marketing, Information Management and Governance, HPE Recorded: Nov 2 2016 5:00 pm UTC 55 mins
    • Hear directly from Hewlett Packard Enterprise senior executives about the recently announced Spin-Merge and how this news will positively impact HPE’s Information Management & Governance products and services.

      On September 7, Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced plans for a spin-off and merger of our Software business unit with Micro Focus, a global software company dedicated to delivering and supporting enterprise software solutions. The combination of HPE’s software assets with Micro Focus will create one of the world’s largest pure-play enterprise software companies.

      Join senior executives from HPE Software, and the Information Management and Governance business unit, to learn how this spin-merge will positively impact HPE’s technology portfolio and the ability to address your (or your customers’) needs. Hear firsthand about investments that are being made in HPE’s Adaptive Backup & Recovery, Secure Content Management, Verity, and Digital Safe suites. And have your questions answered by top executives. We look forward to you joining us.

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    • Freedom To Choose The Right Storage Destination
      Freedom To Choose The Right Storage Destination Peter McCallum Recorded: Nov 22 2016 4:00 pm UTC 58 mins
    • How do IT organizations manage data and control costs across paradigms in a way that does not restrict or prohibit portability? How do IT organizations provide consistent core-to-edge insight, capabilities and data services regardless of the location, vendor or platform?
      When users put content into the cloud, they lose insight and control. Sure they can see capacity consumed, but what about the data services and performance? Working across clouds or moving from cloud to cloud further perpetuates the existing problems - lack of common tools and potential vendor lock-in.
      FreeStor gives customers total choice to build the right destination, on the right storage paradigm for the right price and service level.

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    • Your Big Data Approach to Self-Service Analytics
      Your Big Data Approach to Self-Service Analytics Jake Freivald, Vice President Corporate Marketing, Information Builders, Boris Evelson, Vice President, Forrester Research Recorded: Feb 23 2016 2:00 pm UTC 58 mins
    • Although many companies use Hadoop to help a few high-powered data scientists gain valuable insight, turning insights into action remains a challenge.

      In this webcast hosted by Information Builders, featuring Boris Evelson, Vice President, Forrester Research, you’ll learn how to channel the power and freedom of Hadoop into operational actions that will provide better outcomes for your company.

      - Enable flexible Hadoop data discovery while getting consistent results across different users
      - Take the insights found by data scientists and harness them for a larger, non-technical audience
      - Flow Hadoop-derived insights directly into operational processes

      Speakers
      Boris Evelson, Vice President, Forrester Research
      Boris Evelson serves business process professionals. A leading expert in BI with Forrester Research, Boris delivers strategic guidance that helps enterprises define BI strategies, governance, and architectures, and identify vendors and technologies that help them put information to use in business processes and end-user experiences.

      Jake Freivald, Vice President of Product Marketing, Information Builders
      Mr. Freivald is responsible for messaging strategy, content creation, and thought leadership for the WebFOCUS BI and analytics, iWay data integrity, and iWay integration product lines. He joined Information Builders in 1999 as a product manager for the Data Warehouse division, where he supported cross-platform product development and deployment.

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    • What you need to consider in going cloud-native
      What you need to consider in going cloud-native James Allerton-Austin – Senior Director, Product Management Recorded: Oct 19 2017 11:05 am UTC 30 mins
    • From how to organise developers to transforming operations and prioritising workloads, running highly scalable cloud-native applications doesn’t have to be done alone. The flexibility and freedom of the Oracle Cloud can help accelerate the journey to agile development.

      Watch this webinar to hear from Oracle’s EMEA Senior Director of Product Management, James Allerton-Austin, on what you need to consider in going cloud-native.

      Responsible for AppDev, Containers, Blockchain, Mobile and Integration, James serves as the primary representative for Product Development in these areas for EMEA. As part of Oracle's Development team, he is responsible for driving strategy and adoption, as well as implementation and customer success.

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    • Securing Higher Education Institutions in the Cloud
      Securing Higher Education Institutions in the Cloud Frank Torrence, Senior Systems Engineer, Symantec Recorded: Feb 7 2017 6:00 pm UTC 51 mins
    • With the rise of cloud adoptions and ease of access to business and learning applications, higher education institutions are finding it increasingly difficult to maintain data integrity, authentication, and security for its students and faculty.

      Join Symantec’s Frank Torrence, to discuss industry best practices for higher education to leverage Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) and Data Loss Prevention(DLP) capabilities to provide auditing, reporting, and security for applications data wherever it resides.

      In this webcast you will learn how to:

      - Ensure secure cloud application and data access for students, teachers and faculty
      - Secure your network from the cloud to the ”ground”
      - Maintaining data integrity and security without sacrificing access
      - Provide an environment that allows freedom and ease of use for all connected users.

      Register Today

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    • Best key practices for GDPR and utilizing IncMan™ Incident Response platform
      Best key practices for GDPR and utilizing IncMan™ Incident Response platform Mike Fowler, Vice President, Professional Services and Steve Ditmore, Senior Sales Engineer for DFLabs Recorded: Apr 26 2017 3:00 pm UTC 34 mins
    • The GDPR will apply in all EU member states in May 2018, organizations and businesses that are data owners and/or dealing with data belonging to EU citizens have the responsibility to ensure their processing abides by new data protection law and processors must themselves abide by rules to maintain records of their processing activities. If organizations and businesses are involved in a data breach, they are far more liable under GDPR than they were under the Data Protection Act.

      Complying with the new regulations requires operating to high standards of data security and protection. If suffering a data breach that puts the rights and freedoms of individuals at risk, organizations must notify the people affected and the data protection authority (Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) in the UK) within 72 hours of becoming aware of it. Data breaches occur every day - and the EU have just increased the financial liability and consequences of inadequate security.

      Hear from Mike Fowler, author of the popular white paper: Automation as a Force Multiplier in Cyber Incident Response. Mike will provide insight into how best to leverage automation to provide incident response and reporting consistency for GDPR.

      Steve Ditmore will present IncMan™ – Security Automation and Orchestration features covering:

      •Installation and set-up is measured in hours rather than days or weeks without the need for expensive professional services support.
      •Review steps involved in a mitigating and controlling a data breach.
      •Automation of menial enrichment activities, so incident responders can determine/contain and mitigate breaches more efficiently and effectively.
      •Enhanced visibility creating a layered approach to information gathering.
      •Incident management including response prioritization.
      •How incident and notification workflows are automatically assigned to an incident.

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    • Automation strategies for the IT Service Management in digital business
      Automation strategies for the IT Service Management in digital business Vesna Soraic, Senior Product Marketing Manager, HPE and David Baron, Chief architect for HPE ITSMA, HPE Recorded: Jul 6 2017 3:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • As businesses are under increased competitive pressure to transform into digital enterprises, they are relying on technology as never before. IT Service Management, deployed across the enterprise and focused equally on IT and non-IT services, becomes the enabler of digital growth. IT Service Management is required to manage the increased velocity of changes and releases initiating from DevOps and Agile, and all existing processes - such as incident, change and request management - must support Agile. The support methods must fit the evolution of the digital workplace and the changing nature of work. To be able to address new requirements from digital business, ITSM needs holistic automation to become easier, faster and transformative.

      In this webinar we will explore how much and what kind of Automation is needed in ITSM. You will learn how the HPE IT Service Management Automation solution is easier to manage and use, faster to install and manage with services that digital workforce needs. We will discuss what freedom and benefits you can enjoy with ITSM solutions based on container technology. We will show you a demonstration of a request-to-fulfillment process that can enable your IT to evolve into a strong digital business partner.

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    • Procera: Rich & Actionable Network Intelligence for Telco Business Monetization
      Procera: Rich & Actionable Network Intelligence for Telco Business Monetization Thomas Vasen, Subscriber Experience Evangelist, Procera Networks & Dana Gardner, Principal Analyst, Interarbor Solutions Recorded: Jun 20 2017 4:00 pm UTC 38 mins
    • Digital Service Providers need analytics to improve their operations and to exploit new revenues streams. The higher the quality of network intelligence, the more they can differentiate on their core asset to meet their subscriber’s needs and business partner expectations. Network engineering must take critical actions on very complex systems to improve the service quality for customers, while Telco marketing needs actionable, self-service, easy analytics to exploit most effective levers to increase revenues.

      Procera Networks is a 100 MUSD+ company with products serving more than 450 million subscribers in 80 tier-1 operators and 500+ enterprises around the world. Procera leverages big data and advanced analytics to build a complete service network ScoreCard with continuous measurement reports for all type of traffic from all live subscribers all the time. In this webinar, we will discuss how records are pumped into a central Vertica analytical database from a distributed Packetlogic probe setup, and aggregated up with 15 different dimensions (e.g. location, handset, customer, tier, topology, line card, VNF) to see the true impact of these dimensions on quality delivered to subscribers.

      We will also discuss how Procera helps Telco companies monetize network data enabling any “consumer industry” to deliver better-personalized marketing offers based on user habits and content consumption. Procera pushes the bar on advanced analytics using Vertica to store and mine the subscribers’ behavior gathered via a Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) engine detecting 2900 unique application signatures and 294 content categories. This rich fine-granular information is used to profile subscribers in relevant “marketing personas” for highly targeted offerings. We will discuss the key critical success factor to execute monetization strategies tapping from Procera experience and the requirements of the underlying analytics platform.

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    • Resolving Media & Entertainment Data Storage Pain
      Resolving Media & Entertainment Data Storage Pain Mike Bott, Principal Systems Engineer, Qumulo Recorded: Sep 19 2017 6:15 am UTC 72 mins
    • Today’s artists, architects, administrators, and end users working in the media and entertainment industry today may experience pain points when managing media storage. Workloads are expanding as postproduction businesses try to squeeze more from less. Clients demand ever higher project resolution and frame rates with faster turnaround times.

      As technology evolves, postproduction must minimize the challenges presented by the storage environment. This webcast will discuss how to handle media storage for challenging workloads in a fast, efficient, and scalable manner.

      This webcast was originally presented as a SMPTE Education Webcast on 8 June 2017. For more information about SMPTE please visit www.smpte.org.

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    • Key considerations of an effective cloud strategy
      Key considerations of an effective cloud strategy Matt Nolan, senior cloud architect, Red Hat & Stephane Lefrere, director, cloud infrastructure practice, Red Hat Recorded: Oct 31 2017 6:00 pm UTC 40 mins
    • One of the most pressing questions enterprises have to answer is: “Should we move to the cloud or stay on-premise?” For many, the answer is a blend of both. Determining your organization’s cloud strategy can be complex. Important considerations must be made around security and compliance requirements, balancing the needs of developers, as well as the existing infrastructure implementations.

      In this webinar, we’ll identify multiple considerations you’ll face when starting to think about your cloud strategy and walk through how to manage those critical choices. We’ll cover how to:
      - Evaluate the mix of private and public cloud options are best for your business
      - Prioritize services for your developers and end users
      - Identify new approaches to enable freedom of choice, mobility, and accelerate service delivery
      - Define a cloud strategy that accelerates your ability to deliver new applications and innovative solutions

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    • Top 5 Risk Mitigations in a Cloud-First World
      Top 5 Risk Mitigations in a Cloud-First World Adrian Sanabria, Neil Thacker Recorded: May 11 2017 10:30 pm UTC 71 mins
    • Join this exclusive Forcepoint™ webcast on the Top 5 Risk Mitigations in a Cloud-First World. As applications and data become cloud-based, IT security professionals must prepare their future architecture and risk management programs for a cloud-first world.
      In this webcast we will examine:
      The perception that cloud data centers are more secure than legacy data centers
      Freedom of data – managing the flow of data from endpoint to Cloud and vice-versa
      Cloud security – combining application and data security controls for contextual insight
      Access control – policy enforcement with applied monitoring, visibility and analytics
      Behavior analysis – how to detect threats from external and inside threats
      Join security experts from 451 Research and Forcepoint for an in-depth, interactive discussion on these challenges and more.

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    • Your DevOps Ecosystem just expanded with JFrog Artifactory 5.1
      Your DevOps Ecosystem just expanded with JFrog Artifactory 5.1 Roy Zanbel, Product Manager and Mark Galpin, Solution Architect - JFrog Recorded: Mar 28 2017 10:00 pm UTC 53 mins
    • How do you manage artifacts from Docker, npm, PyPi, Nuget, Vagrant, php and C/C++? Are you able to track them in a single location and do the same for Chef and Puppet? Artifactory 5.1 can do this - and more - with enterprise-ready features that allow you to scale your already Universal repository to contain, manage and deploy Chef recipes and Puppet modules. We also have a host of new exciting features like cluster-license management and access tokens for rapid, automated user management and a supported, seamless on-boarding experience. With Artifactory 5.1, you can bring on new users, teams and tools without fear, and keep your freedom, from dev to Ops.

      Who should attend:
      Any current user of Artifactory (OSS, Pro or Enterprise) and anyone looking for an artifact repository with unlimited scalability and freedom of choice.

      Pre-requisites:
      Basic knowledge of JFrog Artifactory

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