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Becoming a data-driven company with CDP Private Cloud on Red Hat OpenShift

In a world where data is growing like never before and the pressure to perform increases daily, becoming a truly data-driven organization demands advanced analytics and machine learning brought to production faster than ever. Achieving that in your own data center is a challenge for organizations unwilling or unable to leverage public cloud.
Together, Cloudera and Red Hat offer a complete solution that delivers a cloud-native hybrid data architecture. With it, organizations can put data to work faster for more insight, reducing time to value. Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) Private Cloud on Red Hat Openshift combines cloud-like flexibility with data center control to deliver the complete range of analytics to power the data lifecycle in a safe and compliant manner to those that drive value from data: the end users.
Join this webinar as we cover:
- What it means to become a truly data-driven organization
- Why machine learning and AI alone are not enough for success
- Which are the five key data center challenges organizations need to address for success
- How CDP Private Cloud on Openshift drives cost efficiency, predictable performance and faster time to value

* This Webinar is co-hosted in partnership with Cloudera and Red Hat. As a result, both Red Hat and Cloudera are collecting your personal data when you submit such information as part of the registration process above.
For more information on each party’s privacy practices, please see: Red Hat’s Privacy Statement | Cloudera privacy policy below.
Red Hat Privacy Statement https://www.redhat.com/en/about/privacy-policy
Cloudera privacy policy https://www.cloudera.com/legal/policies.html
Recorded Aug 17 2021 57 mins
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  • Fighting Fraud: How Worldpay Protects Cardholder Data with Sysdig + Red Hat Oct 26 2021 1:00 pm UTC 64 mins
    Bernd Malmqvist, Worldpay/FIS; David Hutchison-Bird, Red Hat; Eric Carter, Sysdig.
    Hardly a week goes by without a high-profile data breach. No wonder that the worst of the worst of these, including credit card information, can keep CISOs and security staff up at night.

    Regulations ensure that organisations treat their payment data with the gravity that it deserves. Chief among these is PCI DSS, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. Meeting PCI-DSS requirements can be complex and challenging. With stringent security controls in place, Red Hat and Sysdig help companies to take the next steps in their hybrid cloud environments to be PCI DSS compliant.

    In this webinar, we’ll discuss and demo how Sysdig and Red Hat OpenShift deliver security and compliance capabilities for financial service organisations, including:
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    - Detecting and responding to threats at runtime across clusters and clouds
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    - Eric Carter, Product Marketing Director, Sysdig
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  • The DevOps Game #3: DevSecOps and Automated Governance as a Proactive Strategy Recorded: Sep 30 2021 60 mins
    Sarah Moulton, Parts Unlimited's SVP of Retail Operations
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    If you’re familiar with The Phoenix Project, chances are you know Bill Palmer, Erik Reid, and their journey to keep Parts Unlimited afloat, despite complexities and constraints within the organization. Ten years later, it’s time to check in with Parts Unlimited after its phoenix-style rise to success.

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    The pandemic has had a fundamental impact on business. Every company is dealing with more volatility, uncertainty and complexity. Long term ambitions have become urgent necessities.
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    CIOs from Three, Siemens, Colt, UK Strategic Command, Talanx AG/HDI, Red Hat
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    - Dr Christopher Lohmann, CIO, Talanx AG/HDI
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    - Gren Manuel, Business Journalist, Raconteur
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    Red Hat’s Privacy Statement: www.redhat.com/en/about/privacy-policy
    NGINX's privacy policy: www.nginx.com/privacy-policy
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    Le cloud privé de CDP sur Red Hat OpenShift permet à chaque employé de valoriser ses données grâce à un portail unique et intuitif, de créer des environnements personnalisés et de garder le contrôle de ses données tout en profitant des avantages économiques d'un environnement de cloud privé sur site.

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    Dans ce webinaire co-organisé par Cloudera et Red Hat, nous vous présenterons comment :
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    - Construire des environnements personnalisés pour l'exploration des données sans impact sur d'autres charges de travail critiques.
    - Réduire le temps de valorisation grâce à l'analyse des données dans n'importe quel environnement.
    - Intégrer rapidement de nouveaux cas d'utilisation, en tirant parti de la portabilité totale d'une solution OpenShift.
    - Réduire les frais d'exploitation et économiser sur les dépenses d'investissement en utilisant un modèle d'abonnement pour mieux utiliser votre infrastructure.
  • Becoming a data-driven company with CDP Private Cloud on Red Hat OpenShift Recorded: Aug 17 2021 57 mins
    Wim Stoop, Director Product Marketing, Cloudera; Amir Zipory, EMEA ISV Business Development Manager, Red Hat
    In a world where data is growing like never before and the pressure to perform increases daily, becoming a truly data-driven organization demands advanced analytics and machine learning brought to production faster than ever. Achieving that in your own data center is a challenge for organizations unwilling or unable to leverage public cloud.
    Together, Cloudera and Red Hat offer a complete solution that delivers a cloud-native hybrid data architecture. With it, organizations can put data to work faster for more insight, reducing time to value. Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) Private Cloud on Red Hat Openshift combines cloud-like flexibility with data center control to deliver the complete range of analytics to power the data lifecycle in a safe and compliant manner to those that drive value from data: the end users.
    Join this webinar as we cover:
    - What it means to become a truly data-driven organization
    - Why machine learning and AI alone are not enough for success
    - Which are the five key data center challenges organizations need to address for success
    - How CDP Private Cloud on Openshift drives cost efficiency, predictable performance and faster time to value

    * This Webinar is co-hosted in partnership with Cloudera and Red Hat. As a result, both Red Hat and Cloudera are collecting your personal data when you submit such information as part of the registration process above.
    For more information on each party’s privacy practices, please see: Red Hat’s Privacy Statement | Cloudera privacy policy below.
    Red Hat Privacy Statement https://www.redhat.com/en/about/privacy-policy
    Cloudera privacy policy https://www.cloudera.com/legal/policies.html
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    Red Hat und Cloudera bieten zusammen eine Komplettlösung, die eine Cloud-native und hybride Datenarchitektur bietet. Damit können Unternehmen Daten schneller verarbeiten, um mehr Einblicke zu erhalten und die Wertschöpfungszeit zu verkürzen. Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) Private Cloud auf Red Hat Openshift kombiniert Cloud-ähnliche Flexibilität mit der Steuerung von Rechenzentren, um die gesamte Bandbreite an Analysen bereitzustellen. Der Datenlebenszyklus wird so auf sichere und konforme Weise angetrieben und für diejenigen zugänglich gemacht, die den Wert von Daten steigern: die Endbenutzer.
     
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    It is important to avoid the return to the integration failure points of the past. Integration platforms built on open standards and open source offer a path forward to unlock digital assets and share them within the enterprise and across boundaries. We look at how Red Hat helps you take advantage of this open source model to address your integration pain points and connect SAP to your world.
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    ArgoCD overview
    How to simplify the adoption of Tekton and ArgoCD?
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