Is AIOps the (hybrid) multi-cloud journey game changer?
With multi-cloud already well-established, the path to digital transformation must now face the complexity of hybrid multi-cloud. To succeed, business line owners and IT leaders should leverage AIOps for intelligent insights to proactively manage the complexity of these new environments, and transform cloud expectations into real business benefits. Although the impact of AIOps is by no means limited to the hybrid architectures, it solves some of the most complex challenges organizations face when trying to innovate within the cloud(s).
This leadership panel of Accenture and Splunk executives covers the common misconceptions of AIOps, and presents practical advice onto implementing machine learning, automation and predictive analytics today. Join us to hear how to activate AIOps for short-term initiatives, and improve IT operations effectiveness and agility as well as:
What AIOps is, and is not
Real-life AIOps success stories
Getting started with the most common use cases, such as event management, predictive analytics and service monitoring across clouds
Why a remote workforce makes AIOps even more relevant today
RecordedNov 5 202050 mins
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James Hodge, Chief Technical Advisor, Splunk & panellists
The Data Age Series Episode 3
According to a recent survey, two-thirds of organisations are expecting the value and amount of data to grow almost 5x by 2025. The ‘Data Age’ is here to stay, and the way that we prepare now and the actions we take today will impact our ability to thrive. Embracing technologies like 5G, IoT, blockchain and edge computing, will increase the volume of data produced, and the ways in which data can be used productively to transform business strategy.
Join us in this final episode as we discuss:
- How cloud both fuels the ‘Data Age’ and can help navigate it
- How different industries, including retail, healthcare, finserv, manufacturing and the private sector are embracing the ‘Data Age’
Lee Imrey, Splunk Inc. | Deborah A. Snyder, Center for Digital Government | Dan Lohrmann, Security Mentor Inc.
State and local governments today face unprecedented threats to network security. Foreign hackers, ransomware attacks and other forms of malware have skyrocketed in recent years, costing governments millions of dollars in productivity. And these attacks don’t just cost money – they can potentially sideline hospitals, cripple emergency response efforts, and even shut down vital public infrastructure such as dams, energy grids and transit systems.
The near-national lockdown in response to COVID-19 has exacerbated these threats, exposing governments to new vulnerabilities and even greater risks. Remote workers are more susceptible to phishing scams and other email hacks. And with tens of thousands of public employees suddenly working from home – often using their own devices on unsecured wireless networks – government systems are ripe for attack.
In this extremely high-pressure time, it’s never been more important for governments to get it right on cybersecurity. This critical webinar will explore the latest emerging cyberthreats, and the strategies, best practices and technological tools that states and cities are using to meet the challenge.
Join us for an interactive forum with public officials and industry experts, on issues including:
• The biggest cybersecurity threats today – and the greatest emerging challenges for the future
• The steps you can take right now to improve your protection and preparedness for ransomware attacks
• How better analytics, monitoring and alerting can aid in threat detection and contextualization
• Best practices and real-life use cases of cybersecurity innovation
La tua azienda, così come molte altre, probabilmente non è nata sulla “nuvola” e il percorso di cloud migration può presentare numerose sfide. Con un’adozione sempre più importante e diffusa del Cloud e di approcci multi-cloud e hybrid-cloud, le aziende hanno la necessità di estendere la propria visibilità ben oltre i propri tradizionali confini e identificare prontamente tutta una serie di nuove vulnerabilità e minacce al fine di tutelare adeguatamente il proprio business.
Iscriviti per approfondire come:
Implementare una strategia di cloud security unificata
Gestire l'onboarding dei dati nel cloud
Sfruttare al meglio le soluzioni ""out-of-the-box"" di Splunk per il Cloud
Ottenere una visibilità pervasiva attraverso i servizi Cloud
Utilizzare i dati per il rilevamento delle minacce e il monitoraggio della sicurezza
David Van Everen (StackRox), John Capello (Nasuni), Stephane Estevez (Splunk), Matt Sollie (Rackspace) + others TBD
2020 was a pivotal year for cloud-native, which its promises - agility, innovation, adaptability - more mainstream than ever before. But to take advantage of cloud-native and these benefits, a cloud-native DevOps approach is absolutely crucial.
Join this panel to learn how a cloud-native DevOps approach can transform your business into one where people and technology work together seamlessly, and where your business is truly modernized.
Topics of discussion will include:
- Why cloud-native and DevOps go hand in hand
- What defines cloud-native DevOps
- The challenges enterprises face incorporating cloud-native DevOps
- What benefits cloud-native DevOps bring to organizations and in turn, their customers
David Van Everen, VP of Marketing, StackRox (Moderator)
John Capello,VP of Product Strategy, Nasuni
Stephane Estevez, EMEA Director of Product Marketing, IT Markets, Splunk
Matt Sollie, Lead Cloud Architect, Rackspace Technology
Stéphane Estevez - EMEA Product Marketing Director, IT Markets [Splunk]
The cloud offers a wide array of benefits, but migrating from your on-premises infrastructure, or adding more clouds to your existing ones can bring brand new hurdles for IT teams to overcome. Three of the most common challenges are; 1) Monitoring such a dispersed hybrid multi-cloud architecture, 2) Modernizing your tools, when measuring CPU usage once-a-minute no longer makes sense for containers, and 3) Knowing how a tech stack component such as SAP or a microservice impacts business goals.
These common issues illustrate that supporting today’s organizational digital transformation efforts mean; monitoring is required to move up a gear, there’s a greater need for observability, and an increased reliance on DevOps. Whether you are a DevOps practitioner, SRE, CTO or a sysadmin, you can join this webinar to learn:
What observability is and how it differs from monitoring
How monitoring is evolving into observability
How you can improve your MTTD and MTTR with real-time visibility and AI-driven streaming analytics
How Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring can help you keep pace, consolidate toolsets, and eliminate silos to get ahead of issues before impact
Le IT Operation continuano a crescere in complessità, tra i troppi alert da elaborare manualmente e la scarsa (o nulla) visibilità su quelli che realmente impattano il business. E la situazione sta solo peggiorando con l'aggiunta di nuove tecnologie e il crescente numero di servizi utilizzati dalle imprese, che influiscono negativamente su tempi di identificazione e risoluzione dei problemi.
Perché questo rappresenta un problema? Gli strumenti tradizionali di gestione IT non aiutano le organizzazioni ad indirizzare la complessità IT e richiedono un elevato (eccessivo) intervento umano. Con troppi strumenti verticali, la produttività dell’IT rimane bassa e spesso minata dalla frustrazione di non trovare la causa del problema.
Iscriviti per approfondire:
Come prevedere e prevenire i problemi operativi con l'Intelligenza Artificiale
I vantaggi che la tua organizzazione potrebbe ottenere dall'implementazione di un approccio predittivo
I passaggi che puoi intraprendere per raggiungere uno stato predittivo e preventivo delle IT Operation
Juliana Vida, Chief Technical Advisor, Public Sector, Splunk Inc. | Dugan Petty, Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government
Government agencies cannot afford to ignore digital transformation and e-Government initiatives anymore. Digital services like telehealth, distance learning, unemployment systems and transportation management require the highest levels of quality to ensure citizen well-being.
Agencies were already under pressure to match private companies in offering highly available, high-performing digital services. Now, the coronavirus pandemic has accelerated that pressure overnight: Governments everywhere have been forced to provide digital access for crucial services, but public sector organizations continue to struggle with legacy forms of monitoring that decelerate or even impede the delivery of crucial services for citizens. Leading public sector organizations are adopting more comprehensive and data-driven approaches to monitoring that dramatically reduce outages and performance degradation to help ensure citizens, students, patients, and other stakeholders get continuous access to the services they need.
Join us for an in-depth discussion with industry experts and public-sector leaders about digital service delivery, and what governments need to do now to meet the evolving needs of their constituents.
In this complimentary one-hour webinar, you’ll learn:
• How citizen experience and well-being can be improved with new approaches to monitoring
• How emerging solutions offer comprehensive visibility into the full range of governments’ digital services
• How analyzing operational data can help agencies understand performance bottlenecks and continuously improve efficiency
• How to plan for and accommodate seasonal and cyclical changes in the demand for digital services
James Hodge, Splunk I Jasmina Lazic, Bayes Centre, Uni. Edinburgh I Jason Sarayno, Uniper I Maija Hovila, Kone
The Data Age Series Episode 2
Out of the 86% of businesses who reported that they are not ready for the ‘Data Age’, only 8% think that they will be ready in time. As businesses confront the rising tide of data, they will face certain challenges and hurdles. Being as prepared as possible, adapting to digital transformation, and shifting mindsets and cultures is key to making the most out of this business change.
Join us in this episode, as we share:
- How businesses can evolve from being data collectors to data innovators
- The fundamental hurdles to overcome, from coping with the data wave to adopting new technologies
- Recommendations from thought leaders on building a model and strategy to cope with the incoming data wave
James Hodge, Chief Technical Advisor, Splunk Inc. | David Linthicum, GigaOm Analyst & Chief Cloud Strategy Officer, Deloitte
The shift to the cloud has greatly accelerated as organizations adapt to the challenges brought on by recent events and as they try to ignite innovation to compete with digital disruptors.
Yet, cloud also creates a new challenge: dealing with complexity. In this webinar, Deloitte Chief Cloud Strategy Officer and GigaOm analyst, David Linthicum, and Splunk Chief Technical Advisor, James Hodge, discuss the strategies to take to overcome this complexity and realize the promised benefits of the cloud.
Key topics include:
- Why your cloud strategy needs a data strategy
- Factors to consider when investing in DevOps
- Securing a multi-cloud and hybrid environment
- Monitoring and governing costs
James Hodge, Splunk I Ramesh Dontha, Digital Transformation Pro I Amit Bhattacharyya, Vox Media
The Data Age Series Episode 1
A recent survey reported that 86% of organisations are not ready for the ‘Data Age’. The force of digital transformation is stronger than ever before, causing data volumes to skyrocket and driving innovation and revenue growth. Data has become the fastest growing business asset, from providing valuable customer insight, to influencing your security strategy. Understanding the ‘Data Age’, and defining what it means for your business, is key to being prepared.
Join us in this session as we discuss:
- The transformative technologies that have influenced the ‘Data Age’
- Trends in technology, from 5G to AI, and augmented reality to IoT, that have advanced digital transformation
- The level of preparedness in organisations today to survive and capitalise on this coming wave of data
David Morris | Lee Imrey | Mick Baccio | Harrison Morris
The 2020 U.S. presidential election has brought cyber security to the forefront for many in the U.S.
From shedding light on disinformation campaigns aimed at disrupting the election, to testing voting machines and pentesting online voting apps, to raising awareness around the risk of ransomware and other attacks to local governments, voter registration databases, poll books and election reporting websites - security researchers and practitioners have been raising red flags throughout the election cycle.
Join this episode of the Election Hacking series to learn about:
- The 2020 election takeaways from a cybersecurity viewpoint: What went down, what could have gone better and how to better prepare for the midterm election in 2022
- What the biggest election threats mean for your industry and organization
- What have we learned and will it change anything in time for 2022
- Post-election cybersecurity lessons for tech leaders
- Lee Imrey, Security Strategist at Splunk
- Harrison Morris, PhD Candidate Georgia Tech researching the intersection of Cybersecurity and Cognitive & Brain Sciences
- Mick Baccio, Security Advisor, Splunk
Moderator: David Morris, Executive Director at Digital Risk Management Institute
This episode is part of the Election Hacking Original series examining the threats to democratic elections, the technologies used to power and hijack elections, and what's needed to educate and empower voters before Election Day.
Kubernetes permet de faire abstraction des nombreuses complexités liées à l’infrastructure en permettant aux équipes des opérations IT et cloud d’agir plus rapidement et d’évoluer de façon efficace. Mais ce système introduit également de nouveaux défis en matière d’opérations et de supervision. Les équipes des opérations cloud et SRE rencontrent des difficultés pour superviser les environnements en conteneurs, dynamiques et éphémères par nature. Selon la dernière étude de CNCF, l’adoption de Kubernetes est freinée par la supervision et la complexité. Les approches traditionnelles de la supervision des environnements natifs du cloud ne fonctionnent pas.
Il faut une nouvelle approche multi-dimensionnelle pour mettre en place une supervision en temps réel et obtenir ainsi une observabilité véritable. Découvrez comment Splunk aide les équipes des opérations IT et cloud à tirer leur épingle du jeu parmi les nouvelles complexités introduites par Kubernetes.
Assistez à ce webinaire pour :
Comprendre les défis de la supervision des applicatifs orchestrés par Kubernetes ;
Apprendre à mettre en place une observabilité en temps réel dans les déploiements Kubernetes ;
Assister à une démonstration de Kubernetes Navigator, une solution clé en main pour comprendre et gérer la performance des environnements Kubernetes.
Kubernetes entschärft zwar viele Infrastrukturkomplexitäten, wodurch IT- und Cloud Operations-Teams schneller agieren und effizienter skalieren können, es bringt jedoch auch neue Herausforderungen für die Bereiche Operations und Monitoring mit sich. Cloud Operations- und SRE-Teams kämpfen mit Herausforderungen beim Überwachen dynamischer und schnelllebiger containerisierter Umgebungen. Laut der neuesten CNCF-Umfrage stellen Monitoring und hohe Komplexität die größten Hindernisse bei der Nutzung von Kubernetes dar. Die Anwendung herkömmlicher Monitoring-Ansätze bei Cloud-nativen Umgebungen funktioniert schlichtweg nicht.
Für Observability und Echtzeit-Monitoring ist ein neuer, mehrdimensionaler Ansatz notwendig. Erfahren Sie, wie Splunk IT- und Cloud Operations-Teams dabei unterstützt, die Vielschichtigkeit von Kubernetes zu managen.
Nehmen Sie an diesem Webinar teil und:
lernen Sie die Herausforderungen beim Monitoring der von Kubernetes orchestrierten Workloads kennen
erfahren Sie, wie Sie in Kubernetes-Bereitstellungen für Echtzeit-Observability sorgen
sehen Sie sich eine Demo von Kubernetes Navigator an, einer „schlüsselfertigen“ Lösung, mit der Sie die Leistung von Kubernetes-Umgebungen besser verstehen und verwalten können
Kyle Champlin, Splunk Inc. | Ryan Kovar, Splunk Inc. | John Wunder, MITRE | Matt Valites, Cisco Talos
Although MITRE ATT&CK is famous for making security analyst's lives easier, there is sometimes a learning curve to a company adopting the MITRE ATT&CK framework and implementing it into their SIEM. Join SIEM experts from the MITRE ATT&CK team, Cisco Talos Group, and Splunk to discuss the challenges (and solutions!) with using MITRE ATT&CK with a modern SIEM. Join us in this webinar to learn:
- How security teams can derive value from using MITRE ATT&CK with a SIEM
- Common issues organizations run into and guidance on how to improve security posture
- How to supercharge your SIEM with MITRE ATT&CK and use it to your advantage
- ATT&CKing your SIEM rules: how to map taxonomies and the difficulties you might face
- Planning your defenses with Matrices
Joshua Cowling - Consulting Sales Engineer at Splunk & Matthias Maier - Product Marketing Director at Splunk
SOC Analyst, Alice Bluebird, is overwhelmed by the sheer volume of different cloud services her new employer adopts and uses at rapid scale. She is tasked with gaining end-to-end visibility to ensure that 1) a consistent security monitoring strategy can be established, and 2) that security incidents can be vetted across multiple cloud service providers.
Join this webinar to learn how Alice Bluebird can overcome her challenges as we explore;
How to create a unified cloud security strategy
What data onboarding in the cloud looks like
How to onboard data with ‘out of the box’ Splunk Technology add-ons such as Microsoft Office 365
How to gain universal cloud security warrior skills by quickly onboarding data from any kind of cloud service using the Splunk Add-On Builder
What to do next with the data to establish threat detection and security monitoring
Robert Castley, Staff Sales Engineer EMEA at Splunk
While Kubernetes abstracts away many infrastructure complexities enabling IT and cloud operations teams to move faster and scale efficiently, it also introduces new operational and monitoring challenges. Cloud operations and SRE teams grapple with challenges in monitoring dynamic and ephemeral containerized environments. According to the latest CNCF survey, monitoring and complexity are the top inhibitors in Kubernetes adoption. Applying traditional approaches to monitoring in cloud-native environments doesn’t work.
A new, multidimensional approach is needed to gain observability and real-time monitoring. Learn how Splunk is helping IT and cloud operations teams successfully navigate through the complexity that Kubernetes brings.
Join this webinar to:
Understand challenges in monitoring Kubernetes orchestrated workloads
Learn how to achieve real-time observability into Kubernetes deployments
See a demo of Kubernetes Navigator, a turnkey solution to understand and manage performance in Kubernetes environments
Chris Simmons, Product Marketing, Splunk Inc. | John Stoner, Principal Security Strategist, Splunk Inc.
Insights in Transformation From Splunk Customers
Outdated solutions produce volumes of security alerts, yet security teams struggle to accurately detect high-priority threats because of the amount of noise generated. Compound this reality with compliance mandates, budget uncertainties, as well as staff shortages and skills gaps, and it becomes readily apparent why security professionals are looking for new solutions. This is why modernizing Security Operations Centers (SOCs) to maximize productivity and effectiveness has become a top priority for organizations around the globe.
Splunk customers are making inroads into solving the problem. Using real customer stories of SOC modernization, this webinar will share key insights Splunk customers learned during their transformation, including:
- How the 2020 United States Census was able to leverage Splunk for security and IT use cases
- How Penn State evened the playing field between a high proportion of security incidents and security workforce
- How SAIC detects and mitigates insider threats in their environment
- How technology helps Starbucks with the cyber skills shortage, ticket fatigue, and analyst burnout
- Why Intel required a common digital work surface for their SOC team in their next-generation Security Operations Platform
Udo Götzen- Consulting Sales Engineer at Splunk & Matthias Maierr - EMEA Director of Product Marketing at Splunk
Die SOC-Analystin Alice Bluebird ist vom schieren Volumen der unterschiedlichen Cloud-Services, die ihr neuer Arbeitergeber in rasantem Tempo einführt und nutzt, überwältigt. Sie hat die Aufgabe, für End-to-End-Transparenz zu sorgen und so sicherzustellen, dass 1. eine einheitliche Strategie für das Sicherheits-Monitoring umgesetzt werden kann und 2. Sicherheits-Incidents über mehrere Cloud-Serviceanbieter hinweg behoben werden können.
Nehmen Sie an diesem Webinar teil, um zu erfahren, wie Alice Bluebird diese Herausforderungen meistert. Wir behandeln dabei folgende Themen:
Wie erstellt man eine einheitliche Cloud-Sicherheitsstrategie?
Wie läuft das Data-Onboarding in der Cloud ab?
Onboarding von Daten mit sofort einsetzbaren Splunk Technologie-Add-Ons wie z.B. Microsoft Office 365
Wie Sie mit dem Splunk Add-On Builder durch schnelles Data-Onboarding aus beliebigen Cloud-Services universelle Fähigkeiten im Bereich Cloud-Security erlangen
Weitere Schritte der Datennutzung um Bedrohungserkennung und Security-Monitoring zu etablieren
Jane Wong & James Hanlon [Splunk] Jacky Fox MD [Accenture Ireland] Michael Teichmann MD [Accenture Security Services]
Digital transformation has become vital to many companies' long-term survival. But the growing complexity, speed and how new technologies and services are purchased, developed and deployed disrupts the existing operating models of security operations teams.
Security Operations Teams have to go through a transformation, it’s time to consider a more advanced SOC model to address a dynamic environment that requires strategic thinking about corporate digital security and refreshing the understanding of the landscape they are accountable for to defend.
Join us for this panel discussion to hear the latest industry trends and the capabilities you will need to address a dynamic environment:
Why and how Dev, Security and Operations has to come together in DevSecOps
What does the cloud maturity journey look like and how does it impact security teams? What will be their responsibility?
What should be on the security score card to satisfy chief executives and financial officers as cybersecurity spending is moving from being project-oriented to outcome-oriented?
What skills and job roles are worth to invest in, to avoid getting overwhelmed?
Guillaume Malbrand - Consulting Sales Engineer at Splunk & Yoan Semin - Staff Sales Engineer chez Splunk
Alice Bluebird, analyste SOC, est débordée par le volume impressionnant de nouveaux services cloud que son nouvel employeur adopte et utilise à un rythme effréné. Elle a pour mission d’obtenir une visibilité de bout en bout pour qu’il devienne possible d’établir une stratégie de supervision de sécurité cohérente et de contrôler les incidents de sécurité sur les différents fournisseurs de services cloud.
Rejoignez ce webinaire pour découvrir comment Alice Bluebird peut relever ces défis et comprendre :
Comment créer une stratégie de sécurité cloud unifiée ;
En quoi consiste l’importation des données dans le cloud ;
Comment importer des données avec les extensions technologiques Splunk prêtes à l’emploi, notamment pour Microsoft Office 365 ;
Comment acquérir des compétences universelles et de pointe en sécurité cloud en incorporant rapidement des données depuis n’importe quel service cloud avec l’éditeur d’extension Splunk ;
Comment exploiter les données pour mettre en place la détection des menaces et la supervision de sécurité.
Splunk is the world’s first Data-to-Everything Platform. Now organizations no longer need to worry about where their data is coming from, and they are free to focus on the business outcomes that data can deliver. Innovators in IT, Security, IoT and business operations can now get a complete view of their business in real time, turn data into business outcomes, and embrace technologies that prepare them for a data-driven future.
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