The current launch completes the availability of two and four socket servers in the R-Series, T-Series, M-Series, and FX-Series based on the new Intel Xeon Scalable Processors (Skylake). These new servers extend the benefits of a scalable business architecture, intelligent automation, and integrated security into tower form factors and additional rack form factors designed for mainstream workloads.Read more >
Join our webinar and learn new ways to optimise SQL Server leveraging idle cores to improve the responsiveness of highly concurrent, I/O-intensive OLTP workloads. It’s surprisingly simple.
We also have a special guest, Mike Prince, Senior SQL Server Consultant from Ultima Business Solutions, who will share his experiences testing MaxParallel in SQL environments.
Analyst research reveals significant gains from server upgrade. A recent IDC study shows that by neglecting to upgrade server infrastructure regularly, IT organizations can lose up to 39% of peak performance, add up to 40% in application management costs, and incur up to 148% in server administration costs. Join to boost cost savings, productivity, and innovation.Read more >
As workload migration to public cloud continues, IT organizations face a wealth of challenges as they determine the most effective compute ecosystem for their needs. Server technologies are evolving quickly—from converged to hyperconverged to composable—and finding the right fit for on-premises workloads is now a critical component of infrastructure strategies. This webinar will explore the drivers behind enterprise server purchases and how they are planning for the future.
Join Christian Perry, Research Manager, Voice of the Enterprise: Servers and Converged Infrastructure, for this interactive webinar highlighting analysis of customer spending and adoption trends from 451 Research’s latest survey of IT buyers.
During the webinar, learn:
-Drivers of today’s purchases of servers and converged infrastructure
-Key customer pain points and objectives for servers and converged infrastructure
-How cloud migration is impacting spending on servers and converged infrastructure
-Where hyperconverged fits into new infrastructure deployments
-How vendors are positioning themselves to win in this evolving compute market
A primary role of Information Technology (IT) organizations is to protect, preserve and serve information in support of business functions. The role of data storage is to protect, preserve and serve the needs of IT and various applications that transform data into use for information when needed. In this Server Storage I/O fundamentals webinar we will look at the current state of technology, tools, trends along with techniques as well as what is emerging from cloud, virtual, software defined as well as hardware defined capabilities. In addition, with a sub-theme of head in the clouds, feet on the ground, we will also look at what to use when, where, why and how as well as what matters for different scenarios.
•Software defined, virtual, cloud and physical or legacy environments
•Networking with your servers and storage (LAN, SAN, WAN, DAS, Block, File, Object)
•What to know about NVMe and emerging flash SSD technologies
•How to access cloud storage and local storage from the cloud
•Bulk storage including object, archive, big data, data ponds, data pools and data lakes
•Changing roles of block and file storage complimenting objects
•Data protection trends, techniques and tools
•Various tools to have in your server storage I/O toolbox
Microsoft has simplified and modernized the Windows Server Management experience with the release of Windows Admin Center (formerly Project Honolulu). It consolidates consoles such as Event, Viewer, Device Manager, Disk Management, Task Manager, and Server Managers, into a simplified, integrated and secure remote management experience.
Windows Admin Center is designed to support third party extensions such as DataON MUST, which provides visibility, monitoring and management for Windows Server environments. The integration of these tools provides a seamless experience for customers through a single pane of glass. MUST enhances the Windows Admin Center experience with additional capabilities, such as historic data reporting, disk mapping, system alerts, and call home services.
Mellanox offers complete 10/25/40/50GbE Ethernet Storage Fabric solutions for Windows Server 2016 data centers with end-to-end RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) support. These end-to-end solutions, including Spectrum™ switches and ConnectX-4® adapters, deliver consistently high bandwidth and low latency to I/O intensive applications and fast flash storage, enabling data centers to operate with high performance and efficiency.
The webcast will explore the following topics:
• What is Windows Admin Center and how does it improve your management environment?
• What is DataON MUST and what additional features does it bring to Windows Admin Center
• How Mellanox Ethernet storage fabric solutions accelerate Windows Server 2016 performance?
• Why Trident Seafood choose a DataON Kepler 2-Node (K2N) solution with Windows Admin Center and MUST for their branch offices.
DataON – Howard Lo, Vice President, Sales and Marketing
Microsoft – Daniel Lee, Program Manager, Windows Server Management Experience
Mellanox – Jeff Shao, Director, Ethernet Alliances
Trident Seafoods – Shawn Leonard, IT Network Services Manager
Many companies take advantage of virtual servers for the dual benefits of cost effectiveness and scalability. But when the time comes to move data to a virtual server—or between virtual environments—a lack of preparation can mean extra costs, or worse, lost data.
This webinar will cover best practices around managing data in a virtual environment, and offer key watchouts for those who are newer to virtual servers. We’ll also offer pro tips and expert advice for data migration involving virtual environments, with ways to keep the operation as simple as possible and avoid common pitfalls. And we’ll even show you how you can automate most of the process.
Please join Onica and AWS for a webinar focused on migrating Windows workloads to AWS and running .NET applications in the cloud. Whether you're running Microsoft Windows, SQL Server, Exchange, SharePoint, or custom .NET applications, you can rely on the secure global infrastructure of Amazon Web Services to easily run any Microsoft Windows Server application in the cloud. We’ll discuss the various benefits running Windows workloads on AWS bring such as cost savings & reliability as well as how to reinvent your business with accelerated innovation through Windows automation & faster .NET application release cycles.
What we'll cover:
•Why AWS is the chosen platform for Windows Workloads: more secure, more cost effective & higher performance
•Enhance your Windows applications and accelerate innovation by utilizing the AWS platform for cloud native .NET development, and Windows & .NET automation
•Demo on how to seamlessly integrate your .NET development & deployment onto AWS
•Customer success story: Learn how Onica enabled a leading provider of technology-enabled financial solutions to deploy & re-deploy their 150+ Windows applications within minutes, greatly contrasting with an average pre-migration release window of 8.5 hours.
Client/server software like Subversion can be a black box to administrators, making it hard to identify the root cause of performance problems. In this session, we'll outline common issues and provide step-by-step instructions to help you find and eliminate bottlenecks quickly.
• Understanding Subversion's operative model
• Typical scenarios to test
• Typical benchmarking pitfalls
• Best-case results as a reference
According to IDC, only IBM Power Systems servers are designed specifically to work with data-intensive workloads such as SAP HANA.
Organizations that have the most to gain using SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems are:
• Businesses with SAP HANA appliances due for a refresh
• Organizations on commodity architecture moving to SAP HANA
• Businesses with a traditional database and SAP applications on IBM Power Systems
• Businesses on IBM Power Systems that currently do not have SAP
This webinar featuring IDC Research Analyst Peter Rutten's details the findings and how using IBM Power Systems can reduce migration risks and broaden your options for a hybrid cloud infrastructure.
Learn how SQL Server on AWS gives you complete control over every setting, without the maintenance, backup and patching requirements of traditional on-site solutions. Discover how to provision and monitor your SQL Server databases in both Amazon RDS and Amazon EC2, and how to optimise scalability, performance, availability, security and disaster recovery.Read more >
Servers need and storage and storage support servers as part of providing information services across different organizations, application and environments. An industry trend is a shift for some environments from separate compute servers and storage I/O networking capabilities to converged environments including cloud and virtual. This webinar looks at various current and emerging industry trends along with perspectives for making informed decisions pertaining to virtual servers and storage across converged, hyper-converged and traditional deployment scenarios.
•What are your different options for supporting various types of server virtualization
•Industry trends including various hypervisors as well as containers
•Different types of storage to support various applications needs
•Software Defined Storage Management to support cloud and virtual environments
•Who’s doing what as well as decision making criteria
•How to benchmark or compare apples to apples vs. apples to oranges
Windows Server 2016 launched in late 2016, with new functionality such as Hyper-V, Storage Spaces Direct, Storage Replica and advanced Resilient File System (ReFS). As more and more enterprises are adopting and deploying Windows Server 2016 hyper-converged infrastructure, DataON and our partners would like to share our best practices and know-how so your HCI leverages all the key features and functionalities of a Microsoft software-defined data center (SDDC) with Storage Spaces Direct.
Veeam Cloud Connect provides cloud-based disaster recovery and offsite backup. It allows businesses and organizations to have physical and virtual backups off-site and replicate VMs without the cost and complexity of building and maintaining an offsite infrastructure. It’s also one of the few solutions that provides full, advanced support for Windows Server 2016.
HGST (a division of Western Digital) provides high quality and high capacity SAS HDDs that are the core of DataON’s DNS family of JBODs. It lays down the foundation for a worry-free data center powered by Windows Server 2016.
The webcast will explore the following topics:
•What are the top deployment best practices you need to know about in Windows Server 2016
•What is Veeam and how do they support Windows Server 2016
•How does HGST technology support a Windows Server-based data center
Presented by: DataON, Veeam, HGST, and a Microsoft MVP
Many people use Ubuntu Server in scale-out environments for web infrastructure, cloud or big data applications. The sheer scale of these deployments - at companies like Netflix, Mercado Libre and Instagram - has many people now referring to ‘hyperscale computing’. Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS contains new technologies to help the rapid deployment and management of web services in distributed environments, so you can scale your infrastructure without scaling cost. Join Matthew Revell and Mark Baker from the Ubuntu Server team to learn about these new technologies and how they can help you benefit from the same infrastructure as the world’s leading web scale companies.Read more >
Industry-leading 14th generation PowerEdge servers, the bedrock of the modern data center, adds AMD EPYC processor-based systems to its portfolio.Read more >
There’s no doubt that new technologies like cloud and big data are having a dramatic effect on the speed with which organisations can respond to changing market conditions. However, to to take advantage of these new technologies, new deployment and provisioning tools are required - tools that are designed for elastic distributed environments. Join Jorge Castro and Mark Baker from the Ubuntu Server team to learn about Juju, the new service orchestration tool in Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS, and how it will help you deliver applications as services on fast and flexible infrastructure.Read more >
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS is a hugely significant release of Ubuntu Server, the most current platform for your compute needs. Not only is it a long-term support (LTS) release, meaning it is supported for five years, but it also includes all the new features we’ve spent the last two years developing and testing. Join Ubuntu Server Product Manager Mark Baker to hear about some of the new features in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS - and what makes it the perfect platform for cloud and big data deployments.Read more >