Data Center by Design: Increase Efficiency While Reduing Cost
As compute demands increase there’s a growing need to embrace new technologies and innovative approaches that optimize efficiency in our data centers. Please join Brad as he share’s some of the technologies that Intel IT has adopted around power, cooling and overall design, which have driven measurable results in our data centers.
RecordedAug 17 201050 mins
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Forrester Analyst: Michael Facemire, Intel Architect: Travis Broughton
A sound enterprise mobile app strategy focuses on automating and scaling 4 key pillars: back-end data/app integration, app composition/packaging/promotion, secure channel from device to enterprise, and tools to simplify app creation cross-device. Mastering these disciplines delivers native mobile apps that offer consistent and compelling user experiences and brand expansion through engaged developer communities. In this webinar, Forrester & Intel focus on how mobile middleware solutions have evolved the from traditional 3-tier web apps to provide direct access to back-end data via APIs. However, the evolution to this model presents new challenges to developers: inconsistent formats and protocols, inadequate security controls, and rapidly evolving interfaces, to name just a few.
You will learn:
-Tips for integrating BYOD platforms into your enterprise app offerings
-Tradeoffs between web app portals and native mobile apps
-The gateway approach to streamline development while improving security
-Tools to provide a unified foundation for mobile enterprise application development
Sajid Khan, Mission Critical Segment Manager, Intel Daniel Sullivan, Technical Solution Manager, IBM
Keeping the most important workloads up and running smoothly, 24/7 can keep IT managers up at night. Additionally, the need to rapidly analyze the ever-increasing amounts of data being generated in connected world is major imperative. Increasingly, these challenges need to be met in a tight budgetary environment.
You’re faced with a strategic choice: Continue to try to meet these growing demands with legacy infrastructure, or migrate your mission-critical deployments to an open-standards-based environment built upon Intel® Xeon® processor-based solutions solution stacks.
Join our panel of experts to learn a proven approach to modernization. Topics include:
· Trends and market data related to mission-critical application modernization and a perspective on the updated solution stack
· Strategic options to address the current software-, hardware-, and business-related challenges in your mission-critical environment
· Practical steps for your mission-critical migration projects, including which workloads to transition first, and ways to divide the project into manageable pieces
· Lessons learned in modernizing mission-critical environments, based on a rich history of innovation and global experience from IBM and Intel
Bring your most pressing mission-critical questions and challenges and ask the experts. This webinar will be live.
John Hengeveld, Technical Computing Group, Intel and Joe Yaworski, Fabric Products Division, Intel
Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor – the next leap forward in High Performance Computing.
Learn why Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor may be a compelling solution for your HPC environment. Each individual Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor delivers the performance to extend the reach of applications that have demonstrated the ability to reach the scaling limits of Intel® Xeon® processor based systems. HPC clusters populated with Intel Xeon processors and Intel Xeon coprocessors can potentially see significant performance gains when properly tuned and optimized. The fabric becomes fundamentally important to delivering and maximizing the clusters performance. What are the hardware and software features that make Intel Xeon Phi uniquely different from other solutions in the market? How to design a high performance fabric that optimizes Intel Xeon Phi performance in cluster? Is your code highly parallelized and vectorized? Why is this important? How do I know? Learn how the Intel tools can help you get the best performance out of you applications.
This is a webinar you do not want miss if you are interested in maximizing the performance of your HPC workload.
Stephen Pope, NHS, Uwe Buddrus, HIMSS Analytics, Michael Porter, Innovation Value Institute, Jim Kenneally, Ben Wilson,Intel
Attend this talk to hear how the Healthcare IT Maturity Model Programme is delivering leading insights for hospitals, enhancing their IT capabilities towards achieving improved eHealth outcomes. The programme assists a hospital’s IT function plan a more holistic approach to the strategy, implementation and running of electronic medical record (EMR) and general IT services.
This talk outlines how to systematically improve performance of the IT organisation by using complementary management approaches, namely the IT Capability Maturity Framework (from IVI), NHS Infrastructure Maturity Model (from NHS DHID) and EMR Adoption Model (from HIMSS Analytics). We will also share early results from European hospitals, including NHS hospitals, plus details on how to participate.
The Healthcare IT Maturity Model Programme is being supported by Intel Corporation, NHS DHID, Innovation Value Institute (IVI) and HIMSS Analytics Europe.
John Hengeveld, Technical Computing Group, Intel and Joe Yaworski, Fabric Products Division, Intel
HPC (High Performance Computing) is a fast growing technology used across many industries, as it has become the means to maintaining a competitive edge in a global economy. Whether your organization is large or small, global or local - HPC can mean a faster time-to-market, producing products at a lower cost and with more competitive features. This webinar will describe the value behind HPC and how it can help you and your organization become more successful. There are many aspects to HPC and one key attribute is performance. How do you design and implement an HPC cluster that will allow you to discover faster, run more simulation models to minimize expensive physical models? We will talk about the system attributes that enable HPC performance including the processor, memory and fabric.
Parviz Peiravi, Principal Architect – Enterprise Computing, Intel
With so many cloud options available today, it’s hard to determine the best strategy, architecture, and specific solutions and associated technologies your enterprise. Intel believes building cloud infrastructure is a journey—and appropriate planning, based on architectural principals, will ensure consistency throughout each implementation phase. In this webcast, you’ll get practical advice based on real-world experience for developing a private or hybrid cloud strategy that successfully builds on your existing or upcoming data center. We’ll discuss cloud strategy development, maturity framework, application and infrastructure assessment, the importance of aligned business processes, and lessons learned.
ISVs have enhanced their Asset protection, Data protection, Identity protection and Content protection products by leveraging unique capabilities in Intel’s 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Family. This presentation will provide an overview of the technology, our ISV’s solutions, and a few customer case studies.
Mr. Le Vernois is a charter member of the Services Program Office within the Sales and Marketing Group for Intel Corporation. A 25 year veteran of the computer industry, Mr. Le Vernois has held prior Senior Management positions with Sequent Computer Systems, Xerox, IBM, and Unicru; in various Sales and Marketing positions. Over the past 6 years, Mr. Le Vernois has played a key role in the development and execution of Intel’s Channel Services Strategy worldwide.
Mr. Le Vernois is a member of Rotary International and is a Paul Harris Fellow. He is listed in International Who's Who of Professional Management. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Pacific Lutheran University, and a MBA from the University of Portland.
Now that Intel IT has embraced cloud computing, we're rolling out cloud capabilities to internal enterprise consumers. The focus is on using virtualization as the foundation for the cloud, enabling on-demand self-service to deliver ever-greater levels of IT services. Find out firsthand how Intel IT has addressed the challenges of enabling an enterprise private cloud, and what the plans are for continued evolution.
Bill Sunderland is the Server Virtualization Technical Project Manager and engineering lead for Intel’s Information Technology group. He received his B.S. in Computer Science degree from the University of Minnesota and his M.B.A. degree from the University of Phoenix in 1996 and 2003, respectively. He has 15 years of server engineering experience at Intel. He holds one United States patent and three publications within trade journals in the area of Server Engineering. His e-mail is bill.s.sunderland at intel.com
Alan Priestly, Director, Cloud Marketing EMEA, Intel
Today, cloud access security requires more than a simplistic secure VPN tunnel or single sign on from tightly controlled corporate applications. Users are demanding access to the cloud from a wider range of clients and directly on the cloud platform itself. From a compliance standpoint it is a growing nightmare involving orphaned accounts, infected clients, and un-auditable silos of user activity data left outside enterprise control. In this session, Intel showcases key technologies that are being used in the market today to build a trusted client to cloud connection. On the client side, Intel will present ‘Identity Protection Technology’ that will deliver strong second factor authentication using OTP one time password technology directly from the PC chip. To secure data in flight and access to the cloud, Intel expressway solutions enable federated single sign-on and web services security. On the server side, TXT trusted execution technology enables the setting up of trusted compute pools and establishing hardware root of trust between data centers. Attend this session to learn more about Intel’s 2015 vision for how to build a federated, automated, and client aware cloud.
Brian O’Regan, Enterprise Solutions Architect, Intel
A myriad of business and technical issues are shaping the future of client computing including consumerization, ubiquitous connectivity, cloud computing and of course financial pressures. Desktop Virtualization promises to offer real solutions to some or all of these issues but bringing virtualization solutions to production continues to prove challenging. In this webcast we will examine the benefits of maintaining a flexible approach to developing Desktop Virtualization solutions and why most enterprises will need a combination of deployment models to optimize their IT delivery
This webcast discusses evolution of the cloud and its effect on the market. Intel will discuss the new business models that will evolve and how it moves from a physical entity to a serviced-based solution. Three vectors will be important: that the cloud is federated, automated and also client aware. Critical to this will be security networking and SLA’s
John Dunlop, Enterprise Architect, Intel Information Technology
John Dunlop, Enterprise Architect for Intel IT, will provide an overview of Intel IT’s successful Windows 7 application readiness program. To help ensure application compatibility during Intel’s enterprise-wide migration from Windows XP to Windows 7, Intel IT implemented a carefully controlled workflow that brought application owners, users, and their applications together in one common test environment. This webcast will include specific information about the tools and processes Intel IT used for application compatibility testing and remediation, best practices, and other lessons learned.
John Dunlop, Enterprise Architect, Intel Information Technology
John Dunlop, Enterprise Architect for Intel IT, will provide an overview of Intel IT’s successful Windows 7 operating system migration program. Intel has deployed over 53,000 seats in less than one year and is on track to complete their migration before the end of 2011. Specific topics that will be discussed include Intel IT’s migration program structure, deployment methods and practices, application readiness process, and best practices.
Steve Cutler, Solution Architect Manager, Business Client, Intel
There are probably more desktop virtualization solutions available today than ever before. Navigating through these solutions to determine best options for your organization can be a challenge. This webcast discusses the main solutions available and ways to assess what may be best for the needs of your organization. One size is unlikely to fit all! Part of the motivation for looking at certain solutions is due to security concerns. Intel has been working with the industry to enable client and server platforms to offer unprecedented levels of security as newer desktop virtualization and cloud compute models get adopted.
Intel IT Experiences in the Design and Efficiency of Data Centers.
This session will provide an overview of how Intel has leveraged its clean room air cooling technology in its Data Centers and how effective and energy efficient cooling impacts Data Center design. It will provide examples of energy efficient cooling designs deployed in Intel IT Data Centers as well as examples of air cooled solutions in excess of 25kW per cabinet.
Brian McGeough, IT Engineering Manager, Data Center Engineering, Intel IT
Cloud computing is a significant trend with the potential to increase agility and lower costs. One key challenge for IT executives is developing an enterprise-wide strategy for cloud computing that’s proactive and drives the business. In this session we will share how Intel IT is developing a cloud computing strategy based on growing the cloud from the inside out. This will include plans to grow Intel IT’s internal virtualized computing environment to support an increasing number of cloud-like attributes over time and the immediate plans to aggressively expand and evolve this internal environment.
Brian McGeough is part of Intel’s IT Engineering organization and is responsible for Intel’s internal data centre manageability strategy. In this session, Brian will detail his experiences with private cloud deployment to date, what is planned, and share how Intel IT is developing a cloud computing strategy based on growing the cloud from the inside out.
The boundaries separating work, home and play have become more and more blurred. Mobility, once a nice-to-have capability, is increasingly important for business strategy, while, simultaneously increasing risk of theft and data loss. Companies developing their end-point security strategies have to consider office, transit, and home usage; they also need to understand the exposure that they face, which is shaped by industry and circumstance. As we look to 2011, we see Best-in-Class companies assessing these risks and, to avoid the astronomical costs associated with data breaches, implementing a multilayered approach to securing their endpoints. We expect a transition from being simply educated and informed to actively minimizing negative impacts to the business, while receiving the benefits of the new, mobile paradigm.
Jamie Sumner, a 19-year industry veteran, is the Strategic Planning Manager for the Anti-Theft Services business unit at Intel Corporation. He drives the roadmap and features for this organization that is responsible for driving hardware-based innovation relevant to data and PC protection to help solve difficult security challenges for enterprises. The Anti-Theft team is about to launch the third generation of Intel® Anti-Theft Technology.
This webcast will elaborate on Intel’s strategy for enabling the various building block elements necessary to implement a cloud infrastructure, both within an enterprise data centre and to leverage public cloud capabilities’ and will cover the technology and tools available today and in the future.
Much of today’s cloud infrastructure is enabled by Intel technology. This webcast will provide an insight into Intel’s vision for the future of the data centre within the cloud and how Intel technology developments will enable new capabilities, both within the data centre and client devices
Anand Pashupathy, General Manager of Anti-Theft Services, Intel
How to keep the benefits of mobile computing while managing the associated threats that come from losing laptops
We know your dilemma: you want to keep your end-users productive anytime, anywhere with laptops and other smart mobile devices but you do not want to pay the $3.4 Million that companies pay on average for each data breach, which often occur when a laptop is lost or stolen. A recent study by the Ponemon Institute estimates that 329 companies paid about £2 Billion dollars for more than 86,000 laptops that went missing in the last 12 months. Learn what best-in-class organizations can do to enjoy mobility while significantly lowering the risk and cost of losing sensitive data.
Anand Pashupathy, a 17-year industry veteran, is the General Manager of the Anti-Theft Services unit at Intel Corp. He leads the organization that is responsible for driving hardware-based innovation to help solve difficult security challenges for enterprises, like data and PC protection. His team is about to launch the third generation of Intel® Anti-Theft Technology.
Planning an IT project? The Intel® IT Center planning guides offer step-by-step guidance to help you hit the ground running. Based on Intel IT staff’s experience, we have guides for desktop virtualization, security in the cloud, client in the cloud, and next-generation data centers.