2018 Cyber Security Predictions: The Identity-Aware Perimeter Comes to the Fore
Join 451 Research and SecureAuth+Core Security for a peek into the emerging trends in cyber security and identity in 2018. Register today and learn how these trends will impact your strategy, organization, and job in the coming year.
Security experts Garrett Bekker, 451 Research and Chris Sullivan, SecureAuth+Core Security will share insight on these trends and more:
•Why network-based approaches to security are no longer sufficient in the age of cloud and IoT
•Why identity is the new gating factor for access to sensitive resources
•How various methods for securing cloud resources – CASB and IDaaS - need to converge
•The need for risk-based approaches to authenticating users – and machines
RecordedDec 14 201761 mins
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Henry Baltazar of 451 Research & Clint Wyckoff of Datrium
Gone are the days that IT was focused on configuring, managing or troubleshooting infrastructure. The lines between "Clouds" are continuing to become blurred more and more. IT now demands simplicity; the business demands that all applications run fast and perform reliably. In this session, our experts will discuss the evolution of the datacenter focuses on a few core tenants: Simple. Scalable. Reliable. Secure.
Jim Curtis of 451 Research and Ariff Kassam of NuoDB
No matter the industry – telco, financial services, medical devices – companies depend on applications to deliver services and/or to connect with customers. In this digital age, companies must accelerate application delivery to keep up with ever-changing customer demands and market pressures.
Modern application architectures and infrastructure - including microservices and containers - have emerged to deliver the application agility needed to propel digital transformation projects forward. However, traditional database architectures are guilty of anchoring both data and applications, forcing organizations to contend with heavyweight processes and development models. Monolithic relational databases simply weren’t meant to scale dynamically and can’t deliver the agility businesses and applications need. NoSQL databases scale, but force existing applications to go through a redesign process that is time intensive, expensive, and risky - requiring new technology training and support.
What is needed is a modern container-native SQL database - a flexible, distributed system that delivers the benefits of a typical SQL database (transactional consistency and ACID compliance) and is built to address the data and application demands of an agile, rapid development container environment.
In this webinar we will:
• Discuss the drivers for Digital Transformation initiatives
• Review how microservices and containers provide development agility
• Describe database options and what it means to be "container-native"
• Provide an overview and benefits of NuoDB's container-native SQL database
As today’s midmarket organizations start to tackle modernization, it cannot be done in a vacuum. There are many considerations outside of a specific application or workload that impact the data that powers a business. Data no longer lives in one location (data center) as it did in the past, as it’s now in varying clouds, and in some cases like IoT, on the edge close to end users. So it’s critical to take a holistic approach that considers data’s role and flow in and out of each application and workload.
Matt Aslett of 451 Research & Justin Borgman of Starburst
As enterprises continue the steady migration towards the cloud, a new data architecture is gaining popularity that takes advantage of the natural separation of compute and storage the cloud provides. By separating the query engine from the data layer, companies are able to elastically scale each independently and optimize for the lowest cost and highest performance.
The open source Presto project was purpose-built for this and is being used by leading companies like Facebook, Airbnb, Uber, Netflix, and LinkedIn to empower analysts and data scientists to run SQL queries on data no matter where it resides, whether that's Hadoop, S3, or a traditional RDBMS.
Join this webcast to learn why companies are changing the very definition of what a "database" is and using Presto to query anything, anywhere.
BI and Big Data veterans Matt Aslett, Research Director at 451 Research and Justin Borgman, CEO at Starburst will deliver this session covering current industry trends, real use case scenarios and answering questions from the audience.
In this webinar you will learn:
- The pros and cons of separating query from storage
- An overview of the open source Presto project
- How to apply the principles of this cloud architecture in both public and private clouds
Nick Patience of 451 Research, Ira Cohen of Anodot & Tyler Pines of AppNexus
Providing a superior customer experience is the essential goal for many businesses. For AppNexus, they wanted to thrill their customers with care and attention to detail. In a digital advertising world rich with data and rapid customer interactions, AppNexus improved their customers' experience with the help of Anodot's AI capabilities, delivering more reliable platform services, proactive customer service, and higher revenue.
Traditional monitoring tools are incapable of parsing out the many real-time fluctuations inherent in Appnexus’ business data: seasonality, regular campaign changes, intricate correlations, and measurements across many orders of magnitude.
Learn how autonomous analytics can help you:
1. Discover issues before your customers are impacted
2. Understand your customers’ business and proactively provide care
3. Enable analysts to optimize your business with the power of AI without needing a data scientist
Katy Ring, Research Director, IT Services at 451 Research & Paul Barth, CEO at Podium Data
For many companies, their data lake has either dried up, or it’s spilling over. And only a small percentage of businesses can claim victory in managing, analyzing and operationalizing datasets that exist as well as new sources.
Data-driven strategies help organizations better compete in the digital economy, giving them an advantage due to a more responsive business process. In this live discussion, the presenters will share the benefits of a “catalog-first strategy” which delivers a truly functional data marketplace or “data bazaar” as coined by 451 Research. Dr. Ring and Dr. Barth will show attendees the thinking behind the strategy, and how it represents a powerful enabler fueling the adoption of the self-service marketplace, including;
•Data as a Service; the components of a data bazaar/data marketplace
•From data sharing to data monetization
•The movement to cloud
•The Catalog-First strategy; Automated & metadata driven
•Building a Smart Catalog (smart data ingestion – validation/profiling)
•Making data business ready (cleansing, conformed, protected)
•Provisioning for Easy Consumption (browse/search, refresh, publish, access controls)
William Fellows of 451 Research, Anil Kumar and Rahul Pradhan of Couchbase
Enterprises today are relentlessly driving digital innovation, notably focused on adopting cloud computing to enable newer technologies and trends such as microservices, CI/CD, big data solutions, mobile, and IoT. As a result, they’re rethinking their data management strategies to take maximum advantage of public, private, and hybrid clouds deployments.
In this webinar we’ll show you how the Couchbase Data Platform offers customers a common data layer that can span both on-premises and public cloud deployments to enable a truly multi-cloud enterprise.
You’ll learn how the Couchbase Autonomous Operator for Kubernetes enables cloud portability and automates operational best practices for deploying and managing the Couchbase Data Platform.
We’ll also introduce the latest addition to our product family - the Couchbase Managed Cloud and show you how it
•Delivers cloud and database infrastructure management with 24/7/365 support and always-on capabilities
•Provides features like multi-cloud support, end-to-end security, and high performance via co-located applications and databases
•Eliminates the operational burden of deploying and managing your data platform infrastructure in the cloud
Brenon Daly, Research Vice President, and Scott Denne, Senior Analyst
In this webinar, hear about the current boom in Tech M&A spending and what it may mean for the rest of 2018. Spending on tech acquisitions in the first half of this year has surged -- 70% higher than the same period last year. Despite facing sharp competition from non-tech acquirers and private equity buyers, enterprise buyers are back in the game and on pace to do more tech deals this year than any year in history. On top of that, the other exit for startups is busy, too, with the pace of enterprise technology IPOs hitting a post-recession record.
Join Brenon Daly, who leads 451 Research’s M&A practice, and Scott Denne, a senior M&A analyst, for an update on the first half of 2018 and what we expect to shape dealflow for the rest of the year. They’ll highlight trends in deal activity with insight from 451 Research analysts as well as 451 Research’s M&A KnowledgeBase, the industry’s only tech-focused M&A database, and:
•Take a look at trends in both M&A activity and valuations.
•Discuss implications for buyers, sellers and investors.
•Dissect this year’s IPO boom and forecast which startups might be looking to join the parade of new offerings.
Al Sadowski of 451 Research and Stuart Oliver of NetApp
There is no predefined roadmap for leaders in the cloud and hosting industry. As enterprises look to cloud and hosting providers to help them accelerate their transformation journey, service providers are undergoing their own rapid changes. This 451 Research webinar sponsored by NetApp will share the deep survey-based insights and trends learned from service providers of all shapes and sizes. Cloud and hosting service providers attending this webinar will take away valuable insights that will help them determine the types of customer-facing services and solutions that will help them drive new revenue opportunities now and into the future.
Matt Aslett of 451 Research & Andy Sheldon of Unifi Software
Analytics teams are becoming a shared resource throughout an organization and increasingly report to the Office of the CDO or CAO. As the roles of IT Managers, Developers and Data Scientists continue to evolve and Analysts engage more directly with business users we see self-service analytics taking root. The question then of investment and justification to spend on infrastructure and data management tools to enable self-service analytics is also shifting. This webinar will shed light on a recent survey of IT decision makers, CDOs, Analysts, Data Stewards and business users, who as users and purchasers must track and measure the ROI of a Data Catalog.
In this Webinar participants will learn:
•More on the evolving roles within organizations and the rise of stakeholders
•Which business ROI criteria were most critical in the decision to purchase a Data Catalog
•What capabilities of a Data Catalog respondents deemed most important when evaluating an investment
•Hear first-hand from a customer what their experience has been in the evaluation and use of a Data Catalog; and
•How ROI for a Data Catalog may be calculated
Carl Lehmann of 451 Research & Sumit Sarkar of Progress Software
Hyper-competition and digital-first initiatives are forcing organizations to reconsider how they do business. ‘Digital transformation’ has emerged to engage customers, improve efficiencies, and fend off threats from rivals. It’s driving the need to rethink application design that delivers information in context and automates tasks that must behave consistently across diverse mobile devices and all digital touchpoints. Common approaches include cloud-first and mobile-first strategies that accelerate the use of cloud services but also often forces an unwieldy redistribution of workloads across hybrid IT infrastructure.
APIs have emerged as integration enablers, and API management is now integral to IT and development discipline. But APIs are only part of a broader toolchain needed to deliver web and mobile apps. Emerging cloud-native app platforms for hybrid infrastructure represent the next-generation enabling technology needed by enterprises that seek transformative means to engage customers and craft new competitive advantages.
In this webinar Carl Lehmann, principal analyst at 451 Research and Sumit Sarkar, chief researcher at Progress will discuss the business and technical considerations for API management within a broader context of application strategies and hybrid IT integration by:
• Describing digital transformation and how it is used to create competitive advantage
• Identifying the critical technology enablers needed for execution
• Defining the role of APIs as accelerants to new ways of doing business
* Planning for rapid delivery of new application experiences in response to digital transformation
* Understanding backend requirements for web and mobile app delivery beyond API Management
AppDev, DevOps, integration and API development professionals alike will learn how to reconsider their development strategies and integration toolchains to become core enabling assets for digital transformation.
Fernando Montenegro, 451 Research & Pawan Shankar, Dome9 Security
Public cloud services are turning information security on its head. Traditional approaches to security that worked well in the datacenter are inadequate in public cloud environments. For example, the growing use of built-in platform services such as Amazon RDS and Amazon Redshift and computing paradigms such as containers and Azure Functions are creating new challenges for security. The public cloud requires a new born-in-the-cloud approach to security.
In this session, Fernando Montenegro, Senior Analyst on the Information Security team at 451 Research, and Suda Srinivasan, VP of Marketing at Dome9 Security will discuss new security implications and challenges presented by the public cloud and approaches to establish and maintain security and compliance at scale.
Sheryl Kingstone of 451 Research and Ryan Bazler of Kofax
70% of organizations are in the midst of plans to digitally transform the way they conduct business for more process efficiency, reduced cost, optimized customer experience and competitive advantage. Experiences not price or products will be the battleground of the future. But where to begin? Robotic Process Automation promises to automate repetitive, manual tasks normally done by humans. Cognitive Document Automation provides related benefits, but for documents and emails – typically a challenge for RPA. Together, RPA and document automation deliver the one-two punch that organizations need to succeed in their digital transformation initiatives. Join us to understand how RPA and document automation work together to automatically and efficiently acquire, understand and deliver content in critical business processes.
Don’t miss this webinar where we will discuss:
•The state of Leaders and Laggards of Digital Transformation
•Business benefits of RPA and Cognitive Document Automation
•Applying software platforms for common use cases
Businesses across sectors are adopting a host of new technologies – containers, SDN, IoT and many others -- as digital transformation disrupts practically every industry. The result is a significantly more complex IT environment than ever before. These environments present new challenges for professionals tasked with ensuring applications perform perfectly, leading to a re-examination of a once widely accepted monitoring toolset.
Join as we discuss:
•Why monitoring has become a big data problem
•The morphing monitoring tools landscape
•The value network monitoring tools can bring to APM and security
Digital transformation initiatives such as business intelligence/analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence, and big data are top priorities for IT organizations in 2018. Toward that end, according to a recent 451 Research survey, a full 60% of more than 1,000 IT leaders surveyed report that they plan to run the majority of their IT off-premises by year-end 2019, including public cloud and SaaS.
At the same time, a number of organizational, cultural, and technology challenges have kept almost two-thirds of IT executives from developing formal digital transformation strategies.
What is the path forward? What does the off-premise landscape look like? What are the key elements of a successful strategy?
Melanie Posey, research vice president and general manager, Voice of the Enterprise at 451 Research will delve into the data and strategies IT organizations are implementing to facilitate this strategic shift and arrive at the point where they can focus on helping differentiate their business, rather than merely keeping the lights on.
Owen Rogers, Research Director - Digital Economics Unit, and Christian Renaud, Research Director - Internet of Things
Organizations that use cloud services to handle the Internet of Things often employ one of the three largest hyperscale providers — Microsoft, Google or AWS. In this webinar, we reveal the results of an extensive study, using machine-learning methods, to identify what factors drive the cloud-related costs of Internet of Things deployments, and in what scenarios each cloud provider has a cost advantage.
Matt Aslett of 451 Research & George Fraser of Fivetran
Data warehousing projects are inherently risky. Traditional waterfall methods usually go over budget and take months, if not years, to implement. Because of their complexities, they create unnecessary dependencies and roadblocks.
In this webinar, learn how to take an iterative data warehousing approach instead. See how a simplified architecture helps your team prove value early, reduces risk in the long run, and creates an agile, high-performance analytics culture.
In this webinar, you will learn:
-The benefits and challenges of adopting a cloud data warehouse
-New tools and approaches to modern analytics and ETL/ELT
-How to quickly and easily transition to agile analytics
-The long-term value of a simple data architecture
Al Sadowski, Research Director of Voice of the Service Provider
Service Providers are no longer just purveyors of compute and storage; they are now seen as partners for services beyond basic infrastructure and key allies in hybrid architectures. As such, vendors are now paying more attention to this increasingly important buying center.
451 Research launched Voice of the Service Provider to both qualify and quantify buying behaviors, business drivers and strategic priorities for the expanding universe of public cloud providers, hosters, MSPs, Telcos, Systems Integrators, SaaS companies, and Colos.
Join 451 Research’s Al Sadowski, Research Vice President for Voice of the Service Provider, to see highlights from the inaugural Voice of the Service Provider Q1 2018 survey, and learn:
•The top service providers pain points
•Which architectures service providers will use next for compute, storage, and networking
•The areas where service providers are expanding services geographically
•The resources service providers turn to when they run out of datacenter floor space or power
•How service providers leverage emerging technologies like GPUs, Blockchain, machine learning/AI, Microservices, and IoT
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
Essential insight for leaders of the digital economy
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