Leveraging CI / CD pipelines, enterprises want to be able to automate in a hybrid world, with some on-premise and public cloud automation.
The key is to have the flexibility to have developers be able to wear the DevOps engineer hat with a platform they can use to create CI / CD pipelines that easily use DevOps tools to create integrations into ticketing systems, run security remediation playbooks, deploy Kubernetes with a security benchmark, and even harden on-premise sensors.
This session will cover:
- Explain what is DevSecOps
- Explain CI / CD pipelines
- CI / CD Pipelines for DevSecOps: How it works
- Why hybrid CI / CD pipelines are required for Enterprise
- Real-world use cases of Hybrid Cloud CI / CD Pipelines for DevSecOps
About the speaker:
Michael Fraser is currently Co-Founder | CEO | Chief Architect at Refactr, Inc, a firm he co-founded in 2017. Michael also worked at Optiv as a Cloud Security Solutions Architect for many Fortune 100 companies. Starting his career in the United States Air Force in cybersecurity, Michael left after 9 years to become an expert in DevSecOps and security automation. Michael has published many feature articles including in Redmond Channel Partners, featured on the cover of Channel Pro Magazine and has presented at numerous industry events, including: CRN, various Microsoft events, RedHat AnsibleFest, DevOps Days, and All Day DevOps .
Academically, Michael earned a Master of Computer Science at Seattle University in June 2019 and is also an adjunct professor at Seattle Central College, teaching courses in Cloud, Cybersecurity and DevOps. Michael is an avid snowboarder and loves Crossfit. Finally, Michael aspires to be the world’s coolest dad for his 5 year old autistic daughter, and in his spare time creating an Augmented Reality app to help autistic children communicate better in social situations.
RecordedMar 24 202060 mins
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Part of every technology innovation roadmap seems to include People – Process – Technology
foundational pillars. What is not well understood is how Enterprise Architectures (EA) support organizations in their strategic journeys to digitize and innovate, while nudging the culture to embrace change. Appropriate standardization is likewise required to be interoperable, portable, transparent, repeatable, efficient, effective, and secure.
Steven will discuss the DevSecOps and Cloud2.0 opportunities, the cultural challenges and how EA can “ease the pain” and reduce risk. Many EA frameworks share common elements that are widely recognized as foundational pieces of information.
Various updates will be shared from Steven’s work with various international and regional standards
groups. Real-life examples will be used to provide context, highlighting the value-proposition for EA
today and into the future.
Finally, Steven will explore how EA frameworks and standards will help drive the desired culture changes for DevSecOps and future distributed Information Technology (IT) services of the future.
Prompted by the pandemic, 2020 saw an accelerated shift to cloud services, with one survey finding that there would be a 59% increase in spend on IT tools due to COVID-19. With this shift came the realization for many that their IT systems and cost management processes simply weren’t up to scratch. In the face of an urgent need to quickly adapt to a changing infrastructure environment - and all the resource, skills and budget management challenges this throws up - many organizations are in need of advice and strategies for overcoming these new hurdles.
Luckily, there’s help on hand. Join this panel of cloud management experts as they come together to share advice, insights and tips on how to overcome pressing cloud management challenges, including:
- Gaining visibility of IT budget sprawl
- How to overcome a lack of skilled resources for managing IT budgets
- Where to allocate budget for increased remote working
Diana Kelley (Security Curve), Chris Kranz (Sysdig), Mike Giacomett (CloudHealth by VMware) & Mohit Tiwari (Symmetry Systems)
Multi-cloud’s time has arrived. According to recent surveys, 85% of organizations are working towards, or already working with, a multi-cloud architecture. What are the benefits multi-cloud can bring to your organization, and what do you need to know to ensure success?
Join this expert panel where cloud leaders from around the globe share insights and tips on how to overcome multi-cloud challenges so that you can reap the benefits - including increased reliability, flexibility and reduced DDoS attacks.
Points of discussion will include:
- Knowing which cloud provider is best for your workload
- How to navigate increased operational complexity, including standardization
- Understanding complicated cost models and billing
- Managing and implementing additional security and governance
Diana Kelley, Partner, Security Curve
Chris Kranz, EMEA SE Manager, Sysdig
Mike Giacometti, Senior Product Manager, CloudHealth by VMware
Mohit Tiwari, CEO and Co-Founder of Symmetry Systems
Jo Peterson, Matthew Wallace, Uri Zilberstein, John Gentry & Mark Thiele
The 2020 Cloud Computing Survey from IDG has found that 32 per cent of respondents’ organizations’ budgets are being spent on cloud computing - and that an incredible 59 per cent said their organizations would be mostly or all in the cloud within 18 months. With the steep rise of adoption seeing cloud continue to take a great leap forward, it’s time to assess the state of the cloud nation.
Join this panel of cloud and IaaS experts as they discuss the impact of cloud growth on not just the IT team - but the business as a whole. Topics of discussion will include:
- As cloud is evolving, is multi-cloud the future?
- How connecting and combining with other services in the cloud techscape can meet an unlimited number of application and data needs
- How ‘cloud is the answer’ as we enter challenging economic times prompted by COVID-19
- How cloud is calling for the addition of new cloud roles and functions, and the need to reskill IT for the cloud
Jo Peterson, Vice President Cloud Services, Clarify360 (Moderator)
Matthew Wallace, CTO, Faction
Uri Zilberstein, Director of Partnerships Gigaspaces Technologies
John Gentry, CTO, Virtana
Mark Thiele, CEO & Founder, Edgevana Inc
Frost and Sullivan | iSpeak Cloud | Dito | Flexential | NTT
According to Tech Beacon, over the next 18 to 24 months, AIOps will
'allow companies to use intelligent software automation to make decisions on known problems, predict issues, and provide diagnostic information to reduce the operational overhead for engineers.'
From managing cloud costs to safeguarding the cloud, ensuring compliance, and incorporating intelligent operations, AI will revolutionize infrastructure and reduce TCO in the enterprise.
Join this BrightTALK webinar - live or on-demand - to hear a panel of experts explore and understand the impact of AI on the future of cloud.
Moderated by Melanie Turek - VP of Research, Frost and Sullivan
Jeanne Morain, iSpeak Cloud
Faizan Seedat, Sr. Cloud Architect, Dito
Jason Carolan, Chief Innovation Officer, Flexential
John F. Polmonari Jr., Director, Service Platform, DevOps & Innovation, Americas, NTT
David Goldman, CEO, Cornax Cloud Alliance & Bill Franklin, Sr. Director of Cloud Engineering, Cornax Cloud Alliance
The New Paradigm in leveraging Cloud Services to solve Business Outcomes comes with inherent Risk and Disruption. This panel of Cloud IaaS experts will discuss the tools and services that help IT Leaders to navigate this disruption and minimize the risk.
Topics of discussion will include:
- Options around public cloud, private cloud and data centers
- Optimization of cloud from a cost, performance and risk perspective
- Technology that facilitates optimal solutions for each use case
- Comparative matrixes for cloud solutions
Mike Fraser, Co-founder, CEO and Chief Architect, Refactr
Leveraging CI / CD pipelines, enterprises want to be able to automate in a hybrid world, with some on-premise and public cloud automation. Both enterprise and Department of Defense tech teams are facing a huge challenge as more and more IT infrastructure is moved to the cloud and made fully automated.
The days of manual deployments of infrastructure are ending fast, and IT teams need automation tools to move to the modernization of IT becoming code including infrastructure and security. The key is to have the flexibility to have developers be able to wear the DevOps engineer hat with a platform they can use to create CI / CD pipelines.
The CI/CD pipelines can easily use DevOps tools to create integrations into ticketing systems, run security remediation playbooks, deploy Kubernetes with a security benchmark, and even harden on-premise sensors.
This session will cover:
· Explain what is DevSecOps
· Explain CI / CD pipelines
· CI / CD Pipelines for DevSecOps: How it works
· Why hybrid CI / CD pipelines are required for Enterprise
· Real-world use cases of Hybrid Cloud CI / CD Pipelines for DevSecOps
Ramesh Dontha, Managing Partner, Digital Transformation Pro
Enterprises are accelerating their investments in Artificial Intelligence. Just in the last year, 62% of the enterprises have increased spending on AI (Source: MIT Sloan survey). The majority of these enterprises are in the early stages of AI adoption.
The most often cited challenges to AI adoption are: (1) Implementation challenges (2) integrating AI into the company’s roles and functions (3) Data issues (privacy, accessibility etc.) (4) Cost of AI technologies/solution development (5) lack of skills (6) Evaluating and measuring business value.
Hybrid cloud is an ideal way to overcome these challenges and scale up AI efforts by leveraging your existing investments in the infrastructure. Hybrid cloud enables you to integrate your existing processes, increase your organization’s agility, and manage your investments in a measured way, and scale appropriately based on the business results.
In this webinar, you’ll learn about:
Challenges faced in AI adoption
Necessary ingredients for AI
Characteristics of hybrid cloud that will address these challenges
Best practices for leveraging hybrid cloud for AI adoption at various stages
The steps you must take to initiate and scale up Hybrid Cloud for AI
Jo Peterson, Clarify360 | Álvaro González, TierPoint | Matt Wallace, Faction
Learn how to master multi-cloud and power your modern architecture.
The worldwide public cloud services market is forecast to grow 17% in 2020 to total $266.4 billion, up from $227.8 billion in 2019, according to Gartner, Inc. Research from Flexera tells us that 84 percent of enterprises have a multi-cloud strategy, with respondents to the Flexera research running applications in a combination of 3.4 public and private clouds and experimenting with 1.5 more for a total of 4.9 clouds.
Join this panel where industry experts will discuss:
- Aligning your multi cloud strategy to your organizational strategy
- Determining internal cloud competency to enable your organization to deploy multi cloud environments
- Designing complexity into your strategy
- Factoring in appropriate security to the equation
- Creating a blueprint to determine which workloads belong in which cloud
- Controlling scope and growth
Jo Peterson, Vice President, Cloud & Security Services, Clarify360
Álvaro González, AVP of Partner Strategy and Enablement, TierPoint
Matt Wallace, CTO, Faction
Fawad Khan, Digital Communities and Social Leader, Microsoft
Are you just starting to consider Hybrid Cloud Computing and thinking of connecting your on-premises data centers or private Cloud network to the public Cloud? Are you responsible for the overall strategy and execution of your organization's Hybrid Cloud strategy? Then, this session is for you!
You will learn about:
The basics of Hybrid Cloud Computing
Benefits of using the Hybrid Cloud
Solutions from various top Cloud providers
Key IT components of the Hybrid Cloud including: Apps, Data, Networking, Identity, Security and Management
Challenges of the Hybrid Cloud
Trends of Hybrid Cloud
The developer of one of the world’s most popular Customer Experience platforms discusses the tough decisions around cloud delivery. This presentation will introduce you to the “yin and yang” of choosing between dedicated cloud and multi-cloud in delivering multi-tenant platform as a service.
Join this session to learn:
· Your organization is probably already multi-cloud without knowing it
· What do you gain over dedicated single cloud when you are delivering the same application?
· What’s so good about multi-cloud compared with other alternatives
· Things to look out for when designing your delivery strategy
Leah McLean, Sandhya Gorman, Felipe Conill & Elissa Livingston
In this chat, we will share how companies can create successful partnerships with the major Cloud Service Providers, and the various go-to-market routes to consider to drive revenue and increase customer adoption. We will discuss the new paradigms that shape how traditional channel partner models interact with AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform – and the trends impacting change across the ecosystem.
During this webinar session, gain a better understanding of the following:
-The key trends in cloud, software and services, driving a new go-to-market approach.
-How can partners leverage Cloud Service Provider programs and build relationships and sales strategies via the cloud marketplaces.
-How companies develop joint revenue opportunities with the Cloud Service Provider sales and technical teams.
Leah McLean, Founder, Multi-Cloud Leadership Alliance
Sandhya Gorman, Founder, Multi-Cloud Leadership Alliance
Felipe Conill, Vice President of Channel and Alliances, AppGate
Elissa Livingston, Senior Vice President, Growth & Strategy, CloudCheckr
Jakub Pawlowski, Enterprise Cloud Architect and CEO, Volentus Ltd
Cloud initially was only about storage and compute but the choice of a cloud provider is no longer about who can give you such resources cheaper and in the most reliable way. We’re entering the era of specialization now.
Each cloud provider has now some unique offerings which make it stand out from their competitors and the speed of innovation happening in many services offered makes it really difficult to catch up and make the best choice. It is increasingly tempting to become complacent however the smart companies should have more than one cloud provider in their toolbox so that not every problem looks like a nail.
We’ll be focusing on the three main cloud providers: AWS, Azure and GCP using as much as possible examples from my past and current cloud migrations.
In this session you will learn:
● A helicopter view on the current cloud landscape
● What are each provider's biggest strengths?
● What criteria companies use when choosing a cloud provider?
● When you should consider using more than one provider and when it is not recommended
● What is a typical multi-cloud architecture, using Google Anthos as an example
With some calling multi-cloud ‘the new normal’, more and more companies are moving towards a multi-cloud future. The benefits of a multi-cloud strategy - including reducing vendor lock in and capitalizing on different cloud providers’ strengths - however, take some time to become apparent.
This panel takes a closer look at how to make the path to successful multi-cloud management as straightforward and clear as possible. From how to manage conflicting infrastructure and serverless applications, to workflow portability, join cloud experts as they discuss:
- Multi Cloud management myths and reality
- How Kubernetes based tools can smooth over some of the bumps
- Managing native services in a centralized manner
Jeanne Morain - Tech Executive, Founder of iSpeak Cloud
Simon Ratcliffe - Principal Consultant, Ensono
George Hamilton - Senior Product Line Marketing Manager, CloudHealth by VMWare
Nital Gandhi - Founder, BOIT Consulting
Melanie Turek, Frost and Sullivan | Jenny Fong, Docker | John DiMaria, Cloud Security Alliance
IBM Institute for Business Value estimates that by 2021, 98 percent of companies plan to use multiple hybrid clouds. As such, there are many discussions about the benefits and challenges of going multi-cloud.
From managing cost to automating security and mitigating risk, businesses need to be made aware of best practices and solutions that make multi-cloud adoption and deployments as smooth and secure as possible.
Join this BrightTALK session as Melanie Turek, VP of Research at Frost and Sullivan, explores strategies and use cases with a panel of multi-cloud experts.
Jenny Fong, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Docker, Inc.
John DiMaria, Assurance Investigatory Fellow, Cloud Security Alliance
The hyper-growth and hyper-sprawl of data requires cloud strategies that simplify management and optimize protection of the data and applications that power your business. In this session, you will hear about any.cloud and how they combine Data management software with IBM Cloud to provider Cloud data management, and data security solutions in the cloud:
- Simplify data protection and disaster recovery in your data center and in the cloud
- Enable long-term data retention using Cloud Object Storage integration
- Deepen the integration into enterprise workloads such as VMware, IBM Cloud, and Azure
- Enhance ransomware attack prevention and regulatory compliance
any.cloud is market leading in DR and data availability in the cloud. any.cloud offers its solutions globally in 60+ datacenters. any.cloud is ISO 27001 certified, and so are the datacenters.
Since 1998, any.cloud has been helping its customers increase their business and is committed to being the chosen partner, when it comes to cloud services. We have come a long way since then, constantly improving, refining and developing our products with new solutions to promote business.
The team at any.cloud work intensely on updating our services, because we care about your business as much as you do and we specialize in building expert services to maximize the potential of your business. We are always looking to the future and push the limits. We create a strong foundation for growth to support our partners. We do not stop until you are happy with the solution and we have solved your problem.
Simon Ratcliffe, Ensono | Laura Jordana, Nutanix | Kiran Sirupa, Anuta Networks | Mike Goulding, Virtuozzo
As we look ahead to 2020, join leading cloud storage, networking and backup experts as they share adoption, practice and deployment best practices.
From learning how cloud is changing networking, to ramping up your storage infrastructure and implementing best-in-class backup strategies, this panel will uncover all you need to know about next-gen cloud storage, networking and backup.
Simon Ratcliffe, Principal Consultant, Ensono
Laura Jordana, Technical Marketing Engineer, Nutanix
Kiran Sirupa, Director of Marketing, Anuta Networks
Mike Goulding, Sales Engineer, Virtuozzo
John Kim, NVIDIA; Eric Hibbard, SNIA Security TWG Chair; Olga Buchonina, SNIA Blockchain TWG Chair; Alex McDonald, NetApp
The rapid growth in infrastructure to support the real time and continuous collection and sharing of data to make better business decisions has led to an age of unprecedented information access and storage. This proliferation of data sources and of high-density data storage has put volumes of data at one’s fingertips. While the collection of large amounts of data has increased knowledge and efficiencies for businesses, it has also made attacks upon that information—theft, modification, or holding it for ransom--more tempting and easier. Cryptography is often used to protect valuable data.
This webcast will present an overview of applied cryptography techniques for the most popular use cases. We will discuss ways of securing data, the factors and trade-offs that must be considered, as well as some of the general risks that need to be mitigated, including:
•Encryption techniques for authenticating users
•Encrypting data—either at rest or in motion
•Using hashes to authenticate/ Information coding and data transfer methodologies
•Cryptography for Blockchain
Paul Burt, Technical Product Marketing Engineer, NetApp; Jim Fister, Principal, The Decision Place
The need for rapid deployment of scalable clusters is creating an opportunity for container solutions such as Kubernetes. But what are the implications of multiple Kubernetes clusters in a broad deployment? What happens if a cluster goes down? What’s the impact on business resiliency? Managing and securing multiple clusters is becoming a key topic and area of debate. Multi-cluster Kubernetes that provides robustness & resilience is rapidly moving from “best practice” to a “must have”.
In this webcast we’ll dive into:
•The history of multi-cluster Kubernetes
•How multi-cluster setups could affect data heavy workloads (such as multiple microservices backed by independent data stores)
•Managing multiple clusters
•Keeping the business functioning if a cluster goes down
•How to prepare for the coming datapocalypse
After you watch the webcast, check out the Q&A blog at: https://bit.ly/2DE91fL
John Burke, CIO and Principal Research Analyst, Nemertes Research
Enterprises accumulate new cloud solutions rapidly, but still run 40% of their workloads in their own data centers. Without a plan, the result is an unsupportable mess. Join Nemertes Research as we discuss how to pull all the pieces together to make a coherent hybrid multicloud IT can manage, and use to deliver real business value.
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.