Short video preview "The Next Generation of Big Data: New IBM Information Management Cloud Solutions"
The increasing prevalence of cloud, mobile, and social technologies is opening the floodgates of data generation and analysis. Leading companies are able to create actionable insight from big data and analytics to deepen client engagement, go after new markets, and respond to the needs of the business faster. They are driving innovation across the enterprise faster, and using cloud at the core of their business strategy to innovate iteratively and with more agility.
Learn about IBM's new and expanded Information Management capabilities now delivered in the cloud, including: Hadoop based analytics, stream processing, in-memory computing, data management, and information integration and governance. Data is critical for a competitive advantage, and clients can take advantage of these new technologies today to deploy and deliver analytics and insights in an agile way, without sacrificing security and privacy.
RecordedAug 7 20142 mins
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For any developer, choosing the right compute infrastructure and back-end database is a critically important decision. In this webinar, we'll explore specific challenges that mobile app and game developers face and how the cloud can provide a winning solution. We’ll also explore cloud solutions for big data challenges for MMOG, built-in analytics, online and offline MOG online modes, infrastructure reference architecture, and social network and cross-platform game use cases.
Keith Hudgins, Tech Alliances, Docker, Andrew Sullivan, Tech Marketing Engineer, NetApp, Alex McDonald, Chair SNIA-CSI
Now that you have become acquainted with basic container technologies and the associated storage challenges in supporting applications running within containers in production; let’s take a deeper dive into what differentiates this technology from what you are used to with virtual machines. Containers can both complement virtual machines and also replace them as they promise the ability to scale exponentially higher. They can easily be ported from one physical server to another or to one platform—such as on-premise—to another—such as public cloud providers like Amazon AWS. In this Webcast, we’ll explore “container best practices” that discuss how to address the various challenges around networking, security and logging. We’ll also look at what types of applications more easily lend themselves to a microservice architecture versus which applications may require additional investment to refactor/re-architect to take advantage of microservices.
Professor Ahmed Banafa, College of Engineering, San Jose State University
The rapid evolution of the IoT market has caused an explosion in the number and variety of IoT solutions. Additionally, large amounts of funding are being deployed at IoT startups. Consequently, the focus of the industry has been on manufacturing and producing the right types of hardware to enable those solutions. In current model, most IoT solution providers have been building all components of the stack, from the hardware devices to the relevant cloud services or as they would like to name it as “IoT solutions”, as a result, there is a lack of consistency and standards across the cloud services used by the different IoT solutions.
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Join Ahmed Banafa, Professor at SJSU and named as the "number one tech voice to follow" on LinkedIn, in this engaging and informative all-about-IoT webinar!
Jeremy Snyder, VP Business Development, DivvyCloud
The cloud is growing, right? In more ways than one!
Join Jeremy Snyder, VP Business Development at DivvyCloud, for an in-depth look at enterprise challenges in the cloud: from increasing public cloud costs, lack of resources and expertise, data breaches, policy, scale strategies, and more.
In this webinar we will discuss:
- The importance of automation from an ownership standpoint
- The top 3 cloud control challenges for the enterprise
- Scale strategies
- Securing your cloud infrastructure
Greg Schulz, Founder/Sr. Advisory Analyst, Server StorageIO
The answer is BCDR and Cloud Backup, however what was the question? Besides how to protect preserve and secure your data, applications along with data Infrastructures against various threat risk issues, what are some other common questions? For example how to modernize, rethink, re-architect, use new and old things in new ways, these and other topics, techniques, trends, tools have common theme of BCDR and Cloud Backup. Join us in this discussion exploring your options for protecting data, applications and your data Infrastructures spanning legacy, software-defined virtual and cloud environments.
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- Various cloud storage options to meet different application PACE needs
- Do clouds need to be backed-up or protected?
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Duration: 30 minutes + Q&A (So come prepared!)
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- A view on the industry's regulatory landscape & its impact to IT outsourcing
- Finding the 'Best Execution Venue' for your IT workloads
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It has been said that Objects are for applications and POSIX is for people. The HPC community as well as many other large scale IT organizations have legacy applications and users that know, use, and depend on a near POSIX environment with real folders, ease of renaming and reshaping trees, and other powerful concepts in POSIX.
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MarFS, now in use in production, has met the original developmental goals and many feature enhancements are now being developed. Features such as cloud storage flexibility enabled by a data abstraction layer, calculation of parity for incoming data, and expanded metadata scalability.
Save your seat to find out the latest on this new technology!
This unique and fresh webinar will take a look at the process foundation of Performance Engineering and various solution blueprints organizations are using at each step of the process to deliver effective Performance Engineering. We’ll take a look at blueprints from HPE, CA, IBM, Micro Focus, Open Source, etc. We’ll also discuss Agile solutions. You may be surprised to discover how well these solutions may work together and you may already have them in-house. We’ll also show example blueprints some larger organizations are using. We are looking forward to this collaborative webinar. We hope you will join us.
Nick Ioannou, Head of IT at The Ratcliffe Groves Partnership, Author, IT Blogger
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• Choosing the right long term cloud solution, questions you need to ask
• Making sure you know what you are getting into, the costs going in, staying there and getting out
Nick Ioannou is an IT professional, blogger and author with over 20 years’ corporate experience, including 13 years using cloud/hosted software as a service (SAAS) systems. He started blogging in 2012 on free software and IT tips (http://nick-ioannou.com) currently with over 400+ posts. His first book 'Internet Security Fundamentals' aimed at general users, is an easy to understand guide of the most commonly faced security threats and criminal scams.
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Cloud is just somebody else’s servers and services. As an IT professional, you needn’t worry about someone else’s infrastructure services right? Tell that to your stakeholders as you work through SLAs and terms and conditions.
In this session, we will discuss how to monitor Hybrid IT, which include cloud services, with discipline and keep your stakeholders satisfied.
- How do I manage applications efficiently and effectively across data centers that span on-premises and off-premises?
- How do I put into practice skills and techniques to ensure acceptable Quality-of-Service (QoS) in a continuous service integration and continuous service delivery environment?
Join us and save your seat today for all things cloud computing!
Kevin L. Jackson, Founder/CEO, GovCloud Network LLC
With everyone now transitioning to the cloud, the number one focus seems to be on selecting the right Cloud Service Provider (CSP). While this is important, that decision must be driven by proper enterprise data governance. Since the enterprise and CSP share data security responsibilities in the cloud, a failure to align IT governance and cloud infrastructure controls with this fact will lead to yet another cloud transition failure. This webinar will provide the foresight you need for success during your organization's infrastructure transition to the cloud, and more.
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In this webinar you will learn:
- How to properly target a demographic
- How to build value on top
- Why the cloud market is separating
- The innovations and value-adds from both cloud products and cloud services
HPE’s ALM software can be implemented in a Private Secure Cloud Environment to support Agile Development & Test efforts. This webinar shares details about a solution that meets this need and the Lessons Learned. See how to plan for HPE ALM software provisioned in a Virtual Data Center Cloud “Dev & Test” environment. This is an on-demand offering with flexible pricing, allows clients to leverage their investment in HPE software, and increase their ROI, while reducing risk.
Michael Elliott, Enterprise Cloud Strategist & Cloud Evangelist, NetApp
These days it seems like everyone is launching a tech startup and cloud-based system or application. Interested in learning how born-in-the-cloud companies get started? Join me on BrightTalk as I lead a discussion with two organizations: one a potential startup born over a weekend to address the real-estate sell-by-owner environment, and another that is now thriving in the cloud, focused on building and implementing solutions to address high velocity technology change. In this webinar, we’ll cover the many intricacies of building in the cloud and scaling operations to address real business challenges. We’ll then open it up to your questions on how to startup and operate in the cloud.
Seth Robinson, Sr. Director Technology Analysis, CompTIA
Cloud computing has swept across the IT landscape, but how many businesses are making sweeping changes? CompTIA’s latest cloud research shows that overall cloud adoption is still healthy, but progress along the adoption curve has slowed as companies refine their understanding of the model. This webinar will describe the path to becoming a cloud organization, examine the current state of cloud operations, and review the challenges that remain for full digital transformation.
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Amy Krishnamohan, Director of Product Marketing, MariaDB
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Terri McClure, Senior Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group
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Join Terri McClure, Senior Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group, for a deep dive into today's digital approaches and what's right for your organization!
Bernard Golden, CEO Navica, VP ActiveState Software, and author of Amazon Web Services for Dummies
Infrastructure-as-a-Service is so last-decade. Today’s applications take advantage of a rich stew of cloud computing services up and down the software stack. This presentation will talk about the cloud computing trends that enable next-generation applications and how development teams can take advantage of them to provide competitive differentiation for their organizations.
Join Bernard Golden, author of "Amazon Web Services for Dummies," to participate in the following discussions:
Higher-level cloud services enable next-generation applications
Designing applications beyond Infrastructure-as-a-Service
Managing and monitoring next-generation applications
Addressing lock-in fears
Cost implications associated with using richer cloud services
All you need to know, what it means and why it matters
Cloud computing is a general concept that incorporates software-as-a-service (SaaS), platform-as-a-service (PaaS), infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and other recent well-known technology trends in which the common theme is reliance on the Internet for satisfying the computing needs of the users.
This channel features presentations by thought leaders who cover the key topic areas in this increasingly important field.