‘Split and Commit’ – how multi-cloud applications can save end users up to 74%
In this webinar, Owen Rogers, Research Director of 451 Research’s Digital Economics Unit, will detail the savings that cloud buyers can make by shopping around for the cheapest services for each part of their Web application. Instead of using a single cloud provider to deliver an application, buyers who split their application requirements, such as compute and storage, from multiple providers can make substantial savings. Those that commit to a number of cloud providers through subscriptions and long-term contracts can save even more, up to 74% in our analysis. But the trade-off is the seamless integration and convenience of procuring from a single provider.
The data is taken from this quarter’s US edition of the Cloud Price Index (TM), which collects prices of compute, storage, databases, management and more from 26 providers, representing 85% of the US market. In this webinar, we’ll look at how prices have changed in the industry and examine what this means for both end users and service providers.
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Garrett Bekker of 451 Research & Lewis Carpenter of Auth0
Companies seeking identity and access management (IAM) solutions are confronted with a fragmented marketplace. There are various solutions aimed at solving authentication and authorization, but each tends to focus squarely on a single audience, whether it’s consumers (B2C), business partners (B2B), employees (B2E), or IoT devices. This siloed approach makes the process both confusing and costly for those needing identity across the entire organization and beyond.
Fortunately, change is underway and enterprises are realizing that a universal approach to identity is saving money, time, and most importantly, giving developers the freedom they need to focus on product innovation rather than security. Today’s marketplace demands a more adaptable solution that can handle the rigors of identity, and anticipate the needs of the future.
Join this exciting webinar with Garrett Bekker, principal analyst at 451 Research, on the current state of the IAM industry, his take on its evolution and where it needs to go, as well as an overview on Auth0’s universal approach to identity.
During this webinar, participants will learn:
•The necessary evolution of the IAM industry
•The valuable resources and costs wasted when disparate identity management solutions are used within one enterprise
•Benefits of a “hybrid” approach and how it solves multiple use cases simultaneously
•What “cloud nirvana” is and why platform convergence is necessary now for tomorrow’s economy
NoSQL databases have been established for the better part of a decade but they are only now playing a deeper role in Enterprise Digital Transformation, extending beyond their initial use cases. Historically NoSQL databases have emphasized such characteristics as scalability and performance but recently vendors have begun to introduce other characteristics such as strong consistency for transactional data for both highly engaged applications and backend systems of record.
In this webinar, James Curtis, Senior Analyst - Data Platforms & Analytics for 451 Research, will review:
•The trends and growth in the NoSQL market
•NoSQL use cases across industries
•New trends and characteristics appearing in NoSQL-based applications, including data consistency, and how these characteristics are being applied to modern applications
Melissa Incera & Chris Marsh of 451 Research, Sam Chandler of Nitro Software and David Floss of Zebra Technologies
Join our webinar to learn how democratizing PDF productivity and electronic signatures can save money, modernize information management, and advance digital transformation across your organization.
As the most prevalent document format in any organization today, PDF was meant to simplify formatting, fuel collaboration, and improve productivity. But prolific paper-based processes and the failed promises of expensive, legacy technologies have made it impossible for many enterprises to keep up with the explosion of digital documents.
On May 16th, Melissa Incerna and Chris Marsh of 451 Research invite Zebra’s Global Client Support Manager David Floss and Nitro’s Founder and CEO Sam Chandler for the live panel: Cutting through the Noise: The Role of Documents in Digital Transformation.
Together they’ll discuss:
•The state of today’s landscape
•The power of simple, flexible solutions
•The importance of partnership in achieving DX
Register now to discover how enabling your workforce with the right tools can boost your bottom line, drive customer loyalty, and progress your digital transformation journey.
Nick Patience of 451 Research, Justin Fier of Darktrace and Michael Sherwood of City of Las Vegas
We are today witnessing a new era of cyber defense, powered by artificial intelligence. AI is now relied on not only to identify sophisticated cyber-threats, but to autonomously respond to them as well, without the need for human intervention.
In this webinar, Nick Patience, Research VP at 451 Research, and Justin Fier, Director of Cyber Intelligence & Analytics at Darktrace, will discuss how Enterprise Immune System technology is helping to build self-defending networks, powered by machine learning and AI algorithms that iteratively learn a sense of ‘self’ for your organization. They’ll examine how this self-learning system is today uncovering some of the most hard-to-find attacks, from IoT hacks and insider threats, through to ransomware and stealthy attackers lurking in your systems.
Special guest presenter Michael Sherwood, CIO of the City of Las Vegas, will wrap up with a case study on how he implemented Darktrace across the city’s corporate network and smart city initiatives, and how he uses the technology to autonomously respond against fast-moving threats in real time.
Brian Partridge of 451 Research & Bryan Lubel of Integron
Deploying and managing thousands of connected assets across an enterprise and around the world can be a daunting task, to say the least. From hardware selection and multiple carrier contracts, to device management, security, coverage, and global rollout, the complexities are numerous. These complexities can result in delayed time-to-market, cost overages, and inability to scale.
Enterprise companies are turning to outsourced managed IoT servicers to address these challenges – achieving a faster time to market and reduced total cost of ownership for their solutions, with edge-to-cloud managed services becoming increasingly important piece of their outsourcing strategy.
In this webinar, join 451 Research vice president Brian Partridge and Integron president Bryan Lubel as they:
•Discuss today’s IoT market drivers, challenges, and new opportunities
•Review 451 IoT research results on connectivity trends, IoT skills gap, and IoT adoption strategies
•Share many of the hidden challenges and roadblocks that enterprise companies face as they roll out their IoT projects
•Discuss models and approaches for addressing and overcoming these hidden challenges to optimize cost and reduce risk
•Discuss real-world case studies in healthcare, energy, transportation, and retail
Jordan McKee of 451 Research & Eleni Coldrey of Equinix
Merchants and consumers alike expect buying and selling online to be easy, efficient, and safe. Join 451 Research and Equinix on our upcoming webinar as we discuss the role of payments in supporting these criteria and enabling effective digital shopping experiences.
Our webinar will explore:
- The impact of evolving consumer expectations. 75% of consumers say they want to be connected to the internet at all times. Retailers must now cater to always-on consumers who have elevated expectations when it comes to shopping experiences and brand interactions.
- A new vocation for Payment Service Providers. The future of payments is about more than enabling transactions. Successful providers must move beyond associations as a commodity and cost center to become a strategic partner for merchants, helping to drive conversions and improve shopper loyalty.
- The power of enabling technologies. From AI to IoT to 5G to the cloud, there is a wealth of new technology driving and supporting innovation in the digital payments. Effectively harnessing these technologies will be essential to delivering transformative digital shopping experiences.
Please join us at 2pm BST / 3pm CET / 9am ET on April 26 to learn more.
Fernando Montenegro, Senior Analyst - Information Security at 451 Research
A common approach for addressing a security initiative is to make assumptions about the underlying problem that needs to be solved. Too often, those assumptions are incorrect. In those cases, security practitioners end up wasting resources with little to show for it.
Join Fernando Montenegro, Senior Analyst at 451 Research, as he presents an alternative framework for evaluating the fundamental issues that may hinder an initiative’s progress in a specific scenario. This framework allows practitioners to consider whether the issue is driven by incentives, information, investment, or irrationality which will help determine the appropriate path for addressing them in the context of security. With this knowledge, the security practitioner can tackle the problems with confidence and make real progress in their environment.
Chris Marsh from 451 Research and Stephan Schirrecker from One2Team
Have you ever felt like there must be a better way to work?
During this webinar, Chris Marsh, Research Director of Workforce Productivity and Compliance at 451, will delve into the challenges of the modern enterprise in managing work across siloed teams, data and tools.
Then, Emilie Bisson-Runac, Bel Brands USA's Industrial Development Director, will share how One2Team, a work management platform, has helped them achieve seamless orchestration of product development to accelerate time-to-market.
One2Team's Chief Product Officer, Stephan Schirrecker will wrap up the discussion by sharing insight into One2Team's product roadmap followed by a Q&A session to respond to your questions.
Shery Kingstone of 451 Research and David Corrigan of AllSight
451 Research named Customer Intelligence Platforms (CIPs) as the #1 Customer Experience & Commerce trend for 2018. Changing customer demands, digital transformation and an abundance of data has propelled the need for an intelligent Customer 360, driven by AI and aimed at business-users. These new requirements have set the stage for Customer Intelligence Platforms that do more than consolidate a single view of the customer; they include data governance, machine learning-based synthesis and identity matching, and dynamic UIs including graph, visualization and customer journey analytics.
In this webinar, hear from Sheryl Kingstone, Research Director at 451 Research and David Corrigan, CEO at AllSight as they explore how CIPs bring together data, analytics and action to address key customer experience (CX) use cases including:
•Customer-centric marketing and micro-segmentation
•Interaction personalization and customer journey optimization
•Self-service data access and customer data lakes
•CRM and MDM modernization
•Risk and compliance including GDPR
The ability to remotely connect and collect data, coupled with the immediacy, breadth and depth of the insights generated by all that data, will impact healthcare over the next 12-24 months, greatly influencing payers, providers and patients, alike, as all three seek better experiences, more proactive treatments and lower costs.
Join 451 Research Senior Analyst John Spooner as he discusses his perspectives from HIMSS18 and beyond, including views on the overall status of healthcare digital transformation and its impact on payers, providers and patients as well as semiconductors, devices, infrastructure, applications and platforms that serve them.
Matt Aslett of 451 Research, Greg Kurzhals of Pandora and Dr. Ira Cohen of Anodot
Businesses are inundated with countless bytes of data in databases, data lakes, business platforms, devices, and more. Discovering negative trends and problems are an issue for every organization because every organization lacks the human resources to monitor data in real time, report on changes, and investigate the root cause relationships between business and performance. Indeed, with so many moving parts in data-driven businesses, it is practically impossible to track all the data and events manually using traditional BI tools like dashboards... you always miss something crucial, which turns into revenue loss, angry customers or brand damage...
Are you ready to move into the future of BI and AI-driven business monitoring?
Join our speakers: Matt Aslett, Research Director for the Data Platforms and Analytics Channel at 451 Research, Greg Kurzhals, Product Analyst at Pandora and Dr. Ira Cohen, Chief Data Scientist at Anodot for a discussion on:
•An overview of best practices for AI analytics and anomaly detection
•Real-world examples of how Pandora is using anomaly detection to track millions of events per day and investigate potential pitfalls
•Use cases like churn, data quality and missing data, real-time data deviations, bug fixes, pricing opportunities, and more
•Approaches and techniques to apply AI to anomaly detection to proactively focus where the business needs your focus
Melanie Posey & Dan Thompson of 451 Research & Charisse Richards of Iron Mountain
The business imperatives fueling digital transformation are changing not just where enterprise IT is located but how it gets used to support business innovation and reinvention. As a result, enterprises are embracing new, heterogeneous IT deployment models that combine on-premises and off-premises, cloud and non-cloud; and public cloud/private cloud resources. Colocation plays a key role in the increasingly complex workload placement decision process, helping organizations get out of the business of managing their own datacenters while also facilitating access to the expanding array of services offered by cloud providers.
Join 451 Research’s Melanie Posey, Research Vice President and General Manager Voice of the Enterprise and Dan Thompson, Senior Analyst, and Iron Mountain’s Charisse Richards, Senior IT Leader for Iron Mountain Data Centers to explore how colocation is evolving into an important foundation of hybrid IT, integrating the security and compliance of private IT infrastructure with the flexibility and agility of public clouds.
Matt Aslett of 451 Research & Nathan Trueblood of DataTorrent
Join Matt Aslett of 451 Research for a briefing on the current big data analytics trends that are driving customers to utilize fast big data applications for increased customer engagement, reduced risk, and greater operational efficiency. After which, Nathan Trueblood will share DataTorrent's direct experiences working with enterprise organizations who are deploying fast big data apps to accelerate business outcomes TODAY and why they believe their customers' use of these applications will be the difference between success or failure in the future.
William Fellows & Owen Rogers of 451 Research and Willy Sennott of 2nd Watch
Cloud promised a simple pay-as-you-go approach to technology, with cost-savings at the top of the agenda. But data from 451 Research finds that costs are a major issue for enterprises as new pricing models, services and features introduce waste and complexity into the procurement process. In this webinar, we examine the challenge facing enterprises and find a level of intricacy that can’t be solved using manual process – tools and expertise are needed.
Garrett Bekker of 451 Research, Miles Kelly of OneLogin and Gary Gwin of OneLogin
Today, the vast majority of organizations struggle to manage complex application environments consisting of a growing portfolio of SaaS applications as well as commercial off-the-shelf and custom web apps hosted on-premises, at remote data centers, and in private clouds. Organizations are further challenged to manage access to applications, networks, and devices for users stored in disparate directories.
The Future of Access Management is here. Join 451 Research’s Sr. Analyst Garrett Bekker, OneLogin’s CMO Miles Kelly and Director of Product Gary Gwin as they unveil a new way to unify access to both SaaS and on-premises applications, as well as access to networks and devices, all with a single Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) solution.
Henry Baltazar of 451 Research, Jerome McFarland of Elastifile & Peyton McNully of HudsonAlpha
Data and workload growth are key challenges across multiple vertical markets, and scientific computing in particular has become a problem area which has forced organizations to innovate to keep up with workload requirements. A growing number of organizations are looking to establish hybrid cloud environments which not only enhance the agility and efficiency of on-premises infrastructures, but also provide a means for tapping into the new innovation taking place in public cloud environments. HudsonAlpha, a global leader in biotechnology and genomic research, is blazing the trail to real-world hybrid clouds via an innovative architecture designed to deliver true data mobility.
Join us on March 14, 2018 when we will be discussing:
• The current state of hybrid cloud and the benefits customers are seeking from their use of cloud resources
• The performance and scalability demands which are being driven by Scientific Computing and other verticals
• A look at emerging cloud storage services which organizations will be leveraging in the near future
Transactions are migrating from offline to online channels, driving dramatic shifts in the fraud landscape. 2018 will be another challenging year as increasing EMV penetration in the US further throttles the counterfeiting market, shifting more fraudulent activity into digital channels. Join 451 Research Principal Analyst Jordan McKee as he discusses the major fraud trends to monitor in the New Year and shares market data on the current and future state of the digital commerce threat environment.
Henry Baltazar of 451 Research, Jaap van Duijvenbode of Talon & Yaron Haimsohn of NetApp
Hybrid Cloud are the future of IT infrastructures, but we cannot get to that ultimate state without greatly enhancing how we handle workload and data mobility between on-premises environments and public clouds.
Join us on March 8, 2018 when we will be discussing:
•Key pain points such as rapid data growth which Enterprises and Service Providers are facing
•How Cloud storage services are evolving and creating new value propositions
•Why hybrid cloud storage technologies can consolidate the infrastructure needed to deliver data in edge/remote environments
•How Cloud NAS and file services will help facilitate data sharing and collaboration
Steven Hill of 451 Research and Tom Lyon of DriveScale
With data center requirements rapidly evolving, there’s really no “one size fits all” solution. Shifting production demands and growing application workloads call for a dynamic infrastructure that’s as flexible as software challenges, yet that continues to prove elusive due to the limitations imposed by legacy approaches to hardware.
An option, hyperconvergence, has proven to be an interesting alternative that combines traditional server hardware, software defined storage and virtualization that is well suited for many generalized workloads. This modular solution for modular tasks is limited by the fact that storage and compute must be scaled in lock-step. Disk resources are still physically tied to the server systems, so adding more storage requires adding more compute and vice versa. However, big data applications with big demands need more flexibility when it comes to scaling compute and storage; and DriveScale is looking to change all that.
Please join 451 Research in a frank conversation with technology visionary Tom Lyon, Chief Scientist at DriveScale as we explore a unique and flexible model for breaking the traditional boundaries between compute and storage with Software Composable Infrastructure.
Matt Aslett of 451 Research, Matt Bushell, of Aerospike & Brent Keator of Nielsen Marketing Cloud
Businesses are getting smarter by leveraging as much data as they can as fast as they can. To do this, they’re using artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques in order to automate decision-making and predict behavior. For example, payment processors are slashing fraud, online retailers are increasing purchase rates and financial services organizations are delighting their online customers. These enterprise industry applications have some common data architecture principles that can be adopted by virtually any industry to create smarter, more innovative businesses.
Join us in this webinar, where Matt Aslett, Research Director for Data Platforms and Analytics at 451 Research, together with Satish Iyer, Head of Product and Solutions Marketing at Aerospike, will review:
- The differences between Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
- The types of predictive behaviour, decision making, automation and efficiencies can be derived from AI/ML
- Customer case study, and why systems of engagement are the first, best application of AI/ML
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