Demystifying Collaboration at Scale: DevOps in the Enterprise
In this webinar from Sendachi, GitHub and 451 Research, find out why collaboration across the enterprise is critical for DevOps success. Great code and development needs to make it over the finish line to production to benefit customers - how can you do that seamlessly and with more automation.
Discover how GitHub Enterprise delivers seamless integrations across the DevOps stack and supports governance and compliance. Gain direct insights from Sendachi’s multiple client engagements featuring GitHub and learn the impact it has made - offering flexibility, code ownership, code visibility and much more.
Jay Lyman, 451 Research
Jerome Gagner, VP Technology America, Sendachi
Brent Beer, Enterprise Solutions Engineer, GitHub
RecordedApr 14 201658 mins
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For an increasingly mobile and global workforce, cloud sharing apps are an essential tool for efficient information sharing. However, enterprise IT departments have very little visibility into what information is being uploaded, and few controls over what is being shared. As a result, it is far too easy for users to mistakenly overshare information, increasing the risk of data loss.
As organizations look to embrace the benefits of cloud collaboration, de¬fining the sensitivity of information is critical. The combination of TITUS Classification and Netskope’s cloud access security broker (CASB) solutions enables enterprises to embrace the cloud while ensuring sensitive information is protected.
Join 451 Research, Netskope and TITUS for this session and discover how to:
• Increase security awareness and accountability
• Control and govern cloud usage
• Distinguish between personal and enterprise app instances
• Protect sensitive data in the cloud
• Improve insider threat detection and response
• Protect against cloud-borne malware, including ransomware
There is no denying that AWS is the dominant public cloud provider at the moment. Does creating differentiation give other IaaS vendors, hosters, and private cloud and colocation providers a chance to compete tomorrow, and what does this mean for the choices end-users make today? This webinar will use Cloud Price Index data to connect the dots between customer requirements and best execution venues, as well as highlight where service providers should compete or cooperate with the hyperscale providers, by exploring:
•Is there room for more hyperscale providers?
•How important are open source solutions such as OpenStack going forward?
•TCO of public, private or hybrid cloud options
Chris Marsh, RD of Enterprise Mobility from 451; Craig Riegelhaupt, Director of Product Marketing at Tangoe
The door is open for the savvy business to get more bang for their buck due to the increased choice from mobile carriers. But increased choice and be paralyzing for the SMB market when it is still coming to grips with some of the basics of enterprise mobility.
In this webinar, 451 Research will discuss the market trends in enterprise mobility for the SMB market, and how organizations can support remote and mobile workers when carriers are pushing for a return to corporate-liable arrangements. To help focus on this underserved market, Tangoe will provide examples of simple services that can help overcome common hurdles to value creation through Mobility as a Service
Katy Ring, Research Director, IT Services of 451 Research & Hayes Drumwright, CEO of POPin
This session will provide corporate leaders a roadmap for bridging the hierarchical gaps between management and employees to gain company-wide acceptance of transformative strategic initiatives. Serial entrepreneur Hayes Drumwright will demonstrate how to take responsibility for uncovering and fusing the inspiration potential at all levels of your organization and neutralizing the culture of fear and apathy that corrodes the team and organizational commitments of your employees.
• How to better implement change in today’s over-complicated, over-structured enterprise
• Inspire the enterprise employee base to work with the same passion as the founders and
executive team toward corporate success
• Traverse the often confusing array of new social media tools in order to better understand
which tool is appropriate to which situation without creating more social noise
• Ensure a 70% success rate for new initiatives instead of the current 70% failure rate critical to corporate productivity, profitability, and viability
As a cloud platform, OpenStack has storage requirements that are challenging for traditional storage solutions and appliances. As cloud architectures based on OpenStack transition further into mainstream use cases, storage architectures will need to become more flexible and cost efficient for clients to meet customer needs.
Please join us on November 2 at 12 PM EST for a discussion on the storage challenges facing enterprise and service provider customers, and the potential to leverage Software-Defined Storage to make infrastructures more agile and flexible.
Matt Aslett - 451 Research Director, Data Platforms and Analytics with Aali Masood, Senior Director, Oracle
Improving the efficiency of existing processes is critical for enterprises, and one of the first proof points of many big data projects. In the long-term enterprises may be looking for big data to generate revenue from new projects and applications, but proving the potential benefits by improving the efficiency of existing business processes – such as optimizing supply chains, or accelerating compliance – is a good place to start. Additionally, operating more efficiently at lower cost and with lower risk enables an organization to redirect budget towards driving growth.
Join Oracle and 451 Research for a webinar exploring how to make this operational efficiency possible through a combination of data management, statistical analysis and visualization.
Chris Marsh, Research Director at 451; Emil Stoychev Progress, Product Manager at Progress Digital Factory for Mobile
Companies have struggled to find their feet when it comes to combining technology, people and workflow in their mobile application development strategies. All too often fragmented technologies have impeded progress. As technologies mature however and mobile (as distinct from pure web development) becomes better understood, there is light at the end of the tunnel. In particular integration across the lifecycle is delivering significant productivity gains for developers and business stakeholders that makes moving from handfuls of apps to a scaled mobile app strategy more of a reality.
Carl Lehmann, 451 Research Manager; Kelly Christensen, Nintex Product Marketing Manager
Organizations of all types and sizes are currently enamored with (or plagued) by a new IT buzzword –Digital Transformation. The cloud, mobile and social network era is indeed effecting the way organizations run their business. Big data and the Internet of
Things (IoT) also have firms investing wildly to keep up, or scratching their heads trying to figure out what to do.
In this webinar Carl Lehmann, Hybrid IT analyst at 451 Research will discuss digital transformation from both business and technical perspectives by:
• Describing digital transformation and how it is used to create competitive advantage
• Discussing why and how enterprises are pursuing such initiatives
• Identifying the critical technology needed for execution
• Revealing how workflow automation accelerates new ways of doing business
Attendees will learn how to define and structure digital transformation initiatives unique to their firms and how best to make use of workflow automation for IT and business transformation.
Kelly Morgan - 451 Research, Jim Leach- RagingWire, Bill VanCuren- NCR
Is Data Center Colocation the Right Approach for the Enterprise? A 451 Conversation with the CIO of NCR.
Large enterprises have traditionally owned and operated their own data centers. But the capital and personnel requirements of owning and operating your own data centers as well as the strategic distraction, are causing many enterprises to consider replacing their data centers with a mix of colocation and cloud computing.
In this webinar, Kelly Morgan, Vice President at 451 Research and one of the leading authorities on the economics and finances of the data center and hosting industries, will present the key considerations for enterprises as they evaluate colocation. Then, William VanCuren, Chief Information Officer at NCR, will join Kelly for a discussion on NCR’s hybrid cloud strategy, including their convergence of public cloud and colocation to support the enterprise
Eric Ogren, Senior Analyst at 451 Research, & Omri Iluz, CEO of PerimeterX
Join Eric Ogren, Senior Security Analyst at 451 Research, and Omri Iluz, CEO of PerimeterX, as they discuss how your best defense against automated website attacks rests with an approach founded on analyzing the behavior of humans and bots. 451 Research has talked with organizations that have saved millions in fraudulent transactions after embracing a behavioral analysis approach to security.
Sophisticated attackers are commercially motivated, using automated attacks to inflict damage. By abusing encoded business logic, they utilize real browsers to take over accounts, perform fraudulent purchases and scrape intellectual property, without triggering traditional security mechanisms. Through advanced techniques of cloaking from the world of malware, they disguise their nefarious intentions. Signature-based bot detection and WAFs are blind to these new threats, leaving your organization’s website defenseless.
In this webinar you will learn:
•How bots have evolved from simple scripts to sophisticated Man-in-the-Browser attacks
•How to protect against advanced modern attacks utilizing real-user browsers
•How to detect malicious behavior with Web Behavior Analytics (WBA) technologies
•Real-world attacks and how organizations use behavioral analysis to prevent them
•How to future-proof your business and your infrastructure
Scott Crawford, Research Director at 451 Research & Matthew Gardiner, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Mimecast
No organization is immune to a ransomware attack. In recent months, nearly half of all malware blocked by Mimecast for its 20,000 customers has been ransomware.
The motivation to pay can be strong, particularly given issues such as criticality of business assets, digital infrastructure, or even safety of life in some cases – but a far better strategy is to be prepared for the threat, before ransomware strikes.
How ready is your organization to face a ransomware attack? Join Scott Crawford, Research Director of information Security at 451 Research, and Matthew Gardiner, Senior Product Marketing Manager with Mimecast to explore:
-The impact of ransomware: Just how serious a threat is it?
-How could ransomware get into your organization?
-Why is ransomware happening more now than ever before?
-How can you best defend against a ransomware attack…before it locks up your critical information assets?
We’ll discuss how a three-pronged strategy of prevention, business continuity and email archiving can help defeat ransomware before it take your business hostage.
Dr. Katy Ring 451 Research, Jeff Budge OneNeck IT Solutions
Governance in the Hybrid World
The use of cloud infrastructure to deliver IT services is gradually becoming the new normal, bringing benefits such as increased business agility and flexibility to support faster speed to market. However, the adoption of cloud technology and its use alongside existing IT investments creates a challenging IT environment. This is compounded by the ease with which workers can bring in their consumer devices and apps. How does the internal IT team ensure that the advantages of cloud technology can be exploited by the business without weakening corporate policies? This webinar will address:
-The range of workloads and the best execution venue for them
-How IT teams can take back control by adopting an IT-as-a-Service strategy
-Ways to think more like a commercial IT service shop
Matt Aslett - 451 Research Director, Data Platforms and Analytics
Database-as-a-service offers multiple potential benefits, including lower database licensing and infrastructure costs, faster time to application development, and reduced administration overheads. These benefits are most likely to be experienced by database administrators and architects, although senior decision-makers and business users also stand to gain from having on-demand access to database services, rather than waiting for databases to be configured and deployed on dedicated physical or virtual server infrastructure.
While 451 Research anticipates growing adoption of database-as-a-service (DBaaS), adoption is currently nascent compared with other cloud services, as enterprises look to make the most of their investments in on-premises database deployments, and also to identify the most appropriate workloads for transition or migration to DBaaS. This webinar explores the factors shaping those adoption trends, including the potential benefits and challenges to DBaaS adoption, the economics of the cloud as they relate to database workloads, and adoption lifecycles.
Based on research involving enterprises currently deploying database workloads in the cloud, the webinar will:
• Highlight the trends driving enterprises to move database workloads to the cloud
• Identify the challenges causing enterprises to be hesitant about migrating database workloads to the cloud
• Identify the use-cases that are prime candidates for migrating database workloads to the cloud
• Highlight the critical success factors for database migration to the cloud
William Fellows, VP and cofounder of 451 Research, Scott Davis, EVP & Chief Technology Officer at Embotics
Faced with growing pressure for faster provisioning times, easier-to-use platforms, and better visibility into digital and virtual assets, IT organizations are recognizing the value of incorporating a cloud management platform (CMP) into their broader cloud strategy.
While there are clear benefits to implementing a CMP, it can be daunting to figure out which platform can properly manage your public, private, and hybrid resources. 451 Research data shows organizations will be using more than one cloud service which increases complexity with each additional cloud.
Join William Fellows, VP and cofounder of 451 Research, along with guest speaker Scott Davis, EVP & Chief Technology Officer at Embotics, as they dissect the key takeaways and findings of 451’s CMP market study of technology buyers at 166 US enterprise. This webinar will examine the growing need for a CMP in today's market, factors to consider when deciding to move to a CMP, and how to ensure successful deployment in your organization.
Adrian Sanabria, Senior Analyst at 451 Research, & Sami Laine, Principal Technologist at CloudPassage
The widespread adoption of DevOps and agile IT delivery systems presents new security challenges. Developers need security tools that are integrated with their build processes so they can test the integrity and security of their applications within minutes. Similarly, infosec managers need security tools that automatically discover and protect new applications as they are delivered via rapid automation and elastic processes. But traditional security tools don’t do either of these things. Thus, security is increasingly viewed as a blocker to agile software development and DevOps deployment. To solve this problem, security has to fundamentally evolve from a production-time concept to something that is much more automated and embedded into the dev-test-build cycle itself,
Attend this webinar to learn:
•Why trying to use traditional security tools in DevOps environments will slow down both developers and security operations
•Key attributes you should be thinking about to make your security plan future-proof
•Where can security automation be applied to better align security with DevOps delivery models
Eric Hanselman, 451 Chief Analyst, and Erik Kristiansen, Tanium Sr. Director of Product Marketing
IT organizations have hit a breaking point in siloed management tools to address one of the most critical issues today - cybersecurity hygiene. In particular, numerous point solutions targeting the endpoints drive cost, complexity, and other challenges. New investments in cloud, distributed workforces and increasing numbers of connected devices only exasperate this problem. Addressing cybersecurity hygiene means that critical actions must be made on demand versus scheduled. Teams must also have confidence that assessment results and remediation actions are complete.
Come learn about the key issues why cybersecurity hygiene fails in most organization. We’ll discuss in depth how the platform approach and speed of Tanium are poised to fix this critical problem. Eric Hanselman, 451 Chief Analyst, and Erik Kristiansen, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Tanium will discuss.
The competitive landscape of cloud computing in China and India looks very different today than it did a few years ago. Aside from gaining wholehearted support from local governments, positive investment climate has a role to play to ignite market interest and vendor support. While early cloud leaders like Amazon and Salesforce have helped define the evolving marketplace and invited further competition, local players, which used to be hampered by process oversights, are now turning to cloud-based business models and service delivery to reinvent themselves and stay agile as technology innovation collides with reality. How does the cloud market shape up in China and India so far? What types of cloud services will be important in near future? What does it mean for you going forward?
Hadoop is a wonderful framework that can drive insight into a range of problems, but administrators can be blind to performance, utilization and cost issues of cluster deployments. There’s risk in sizing initial deployments properly, as well as determining optimal capacity over time. Without sufficient visibility, job performance can suffer and costs can escalate. Keeping a critical resource running effectively and being able to plan for the future requires intelligent decision making capabilities that many Hadoop deployments lack. This webinar will look into common problems that affect clusters and ways to detect issues early and head off long term problems. We’ll dig into capacity management and ways to deal with ever increasing demands for Hadoop resources.
• Understand initial deployment challenges
• Handling cluster growth
• Working to meet increasing pressure on storage and job density
• Planning for capacity growth and extension to cloud
Al Sadowski, Dan Thompson, Simon Robinson of 451 Research
There is no denying that AWS is the dominant public cloud provider today. Does creating differentiation give other IaaS vendors, hosters, and private cloud and colocation providers a chance to compete tomorrow? This analyst-only panel will connect the dots between customer requirements and best execution venues, as well as highlight where service providers should compete or cooperate with the hyperscale providers, by exploring:
- Is there room for more hyperscale providers?
- How important are open source solutions going forward?
- Differentiation through vertical, workload and technology specializations.
- Cloud migration and portfolio management services
Katie Broderick, 451 Research & David Leighton, President, Women in Technology International
Live from the 2016 Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit in Las Vegas, Katie Broderick of 451 Research will interview David Leighton, President of Women in Technology about a recent survey of 1,100 WITI members, which found that early STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) exposure is crucial and a variety of support mechanisms are needed to achieve women's goals in a predominantly male field.
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