Starting in earnest after the "Snowden Revelations" 2013, more and more service providers such as Google, Yahoo and Amazon have been embracing SSL by default. Whether in search, cloud services or webmail access, these providers have been instrumental in their support of a more secure and obfuscated web. But what does that mean for the enterprise information security professional? While the providers have "seen the light", have we become blinded by it? To ensure the inspection and subsequent protection of data streams in and out of our organizations, we need the ability to inspect encrypted traffic for policy violations or other malicious activity while still ensuring multi- jurisdictional rights to privacy. Join Blue Coat and (ISC)2 on May 26, 2016 for a roundtable discussion exploring methods and mechanisms for addressing SSL inspections and the search for malicious activity.
Join us to hear from Microsoft Azure, Chef and Trend Micro experts on how to best develop a cloud automation strategy in your Azure environment, keeping the agility of the cloud while ensuring that your Azure workloads are protected.
You will learn how to:
• Automate your security posture within Azure
• Use Chef to build compliance and resiliency into your Azure workloads
• Take security automation to the next level
The infrastructure you manage with Chef is a complex machine. This complexity is mirrored in the cookbooks you develop and the data stored in your Chef server. It is an ongoing effort to keep track of the state of that machine and to keep up with all the functionality included in your (many) cookbooks. However, the right tools can help. With them, you can develop code faster, maintain cleaner code, and better understand your existing code.
In this webinar, Franklin Webber, Training and Technical Content Lead at Chef, will demonstrate how better editor and debugger tools can improve your work life. He’ll show you how the right text editor can make it easier to write code. Next, he’ll demonstrate how tools like Rake and Guard can consolidate tasks and automate tests. Finally, he’ll show you how Pry can help you to debug your recipes.
Attackers today do not just use one channel to launch their targeted attacks – they use all of them. Emails, links posted to social media, and even apps in public app stores are all part of the modern cybercriminal’s arsenal, and many of these attacks are invisible to traditional security tools. Join this webinar and learn how to protect the cloud-enabled, mobile-friendly, and socially networked way users work today.
Learn how data encryption and encryption key management address compliance for healthcare providers and payers. Join Derek Tumulak, VP Product Management at Vormetric, and Tricia Pattee, HOSTING Product Manager as they discuss how HIPAA/HITECH regulations impact electronic protected health information (PHI) and best practices to safeguard sensitive patient data.
• HIPAA and HITECH regulatory mandates impact data security for healthcare institutions
• Strong encryption and policy-based access controls provide a separation of duties between data security and system administrators
• Secure key management and policy management ensure consistency in applying policies and encryption keys to both structured and unstructured data
• Rapid implementation is achieved because encryption is transparent to users, applications, databases and storage systems
• The HOSTING and Vormetric cloud solution can satisfy HIPAA and HITECH compliance requirements in the cloud
Gestionar la salud en el centro de datos tiene 4 pilares principales: Monitoreo, Análisis, Diagnóstico y Resolución.
En esta sesión estaremos cubriendo estos 4 pilares y por qué son importantes. In this session we will cover these main pillars and why they are important. Les enseñaremos como podemos usar sensores embebidos en el silicio disponible a través de interfaces estandarizadas en sus servidores, ayudando a los profesionales de TI a comenzar a agregar estos pilares en su entorno ya que ayudarán a maximizar con la reducción del tiempo medio de reparación (MTTR) para evitar interrupciones. En el caso de los servidores actuales, vamos a explicar la forma de acceder a ellos de manera remota y solucionar sus problemas con Intel Virtual Gateway.
Aspectos Importantes de los 4 Pilares:
•Monitoreo: Monitoreo automatizado de la salud de los servidores, alertas de fallas, Tablero de visualización y más.
•Análisis: Causa raíz con los detalles de la salud de los servidores, reporte de fallas de dispositivos con indicador de severidad, historial de comportamiento.
•Diagnóstico: Acceso Remoto a través de vKVM, acceso “in-band” integrado, detalles de la salud a nivel componente.
•Resolución: Encendido y apagado remoto, vMedia remoto.
Today’s technology leaders need to tackle the big trends—cloud, big data, the Internet of Things, mobility, social media—while lowering IT spend year over year. That’s a tall order. Storage cost projections are becoming unsustainable, and organizations need new, more cost-effective ways of delivering storage. Nexenta provides a software-only storage solution that includes a rich feature set across all block, file, and object storage needs. This enables you to deliver software- defined infrastructure for legacy and next-generation enterprise applications, virtual workloads, file service applications, and more—all while maintaining the freedom to choose which platform to run on.
In this session you will learn more about the main kinds of software-defined storage technology landscape you’ll likely deploy:
Each solution is easy to support with Nexenta software and commercial off-the-shelf Intel-based hardware.
Kim Stevenson, Bill Guyon, Brad Ellison, Joe Thompson, Guillermo Rueda, Ajay Chandramouly
Learn how Intel IT has built a model to measure and monitor our IT environment. This model includes data center, office and client computing. Come hear how our results have helped Intel to lower our carbon footprint.
Kim Stevenson, Vice President Information Technology and General Manager, IT Global Operations and Services and Bill Guyon, IT Sustainability Program Manager, discuss the strong business case for managing our footprint and IT’s continued commitment to IT Sustainability.
Learn how Intel IT upgraded its network architecture to 10 Gigabit Ethernet connections to accommodate explosive data center growth and network demand.
The presenters will discuss the benefits realized such as: reduced DC complexity, lower TCO, increased throughput and agility. Attendees will benefit by being able to apply Intel IT's best practices to their own data center initiatives. In addition, the presenters will address what the key tradeoffs were.
Each year, several questions are raised across the industry related to the demands and expectations of Information Technology (IT) Departments. Typical questions at the center of this discussion include:
•Is IT a cost center or a value center?
•What do business leaders expect from IT this year?
•Have these expectations for IT changed?
Chris Peters, Senior Manager with Intel IT, will discuss the external and internal pressures facing IT organizations today as well as the opportunities that need to be seized in today’s business environment. Chris will use the Intel IT organization as a case study to explore this topic in depth, explaining the clear and ongoing mandate that has emerged – create business value. Webinar attendees will learn about:
•The key projects Intel IT has implemented and IT best practices that Intel IT has developed in delivering the value of IT to Intel.
•What Intel IT is thinking about top-of-mind hot topics such as Cloud Computing, IT Consumerization and Security.
•How Intel IT decides which investments are highest priority by developing and executing a multi-year IT Strategic Plan.
This webinar will describe how Intel IT has shifted from a traditional static enterprise computing environment to a service-oriented environment, which is at the crux of a complete cloud environment. Virtualization is just one step to deploying cloud services and alone is insufficient. This webinar is a unique addition to our cloud series because it shows how Intel IT dynamically provides capacity to our business users on demand when they need it thereby removing IT from the critical path for business services. By instituting a hosting automation framework, we are establishing a true enterprise private cloud that provides a consumer focused self-service portal. Intel IT has significantly reduced provisioning time and is on a path to provision services in just three hours. This is the key to creating a more agile enterprise infrastructure to support a dynamic and ever-changing set of business requirements.
Zen Kishimoto, AltaTerra Research., Mark Thiele, DCP, Chris Peters, IT at Intel & Joseph Tobolski, Accenture
Join this roundtable discussion moderated by Zen Kishimoto of AltaTerra Research who will be joined by Mark Thiele of Data Center Pulse, Chris Peters of IT@Intel & Joseph Tobolski of Accenture Technology Labs as they discuss the most recent cloud computing efficiencies.
Mark Thiele, DCP; Dan Azevedo, The Green Grid & Kimberly Stevenson, Intel Corp
Join experts from Intel IT, The Green Grid and Data Center Pulse as they discuss their perspectives on the future of data centers – What is the current state of data centers? Where do they need to evolve? What does IT need to take into consideration when planning to support the business needs of the future? What are the problems we will face?
Join this expert roundtable to hear the insights and experience of Mark Thiele, Vice President of Data Center Pulse, Dan Azevedo, Chairman of the Metrics and Measurements Working Group of The Green Grid, and Kim Stevenson, VP of Information Technology at Intel Corporation.
Brad Ellison, Data Center Architect, Intel Information Technology
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.
Brad Ellison, Data Center Architect, Intel Information Technology
Learn about Intel IT’s data center strategy that is on track to create $650 million of value for Intel. Through strategies such as server refresh, virtualization and adopting the latest compute technologies, Intel IT has been able to increase performance 2.5X while reducing capital investments by 65%.
Matt Beckert, Strategic Financial Analyst, Information Technology Finance and Chris Peters, Manager, Intel Information Techno
Learn about Intel IT’s proactive server refresh strategy that is on its way to deliver USD 250 million of value by 2014. Chris and Matt also share a tool that allows you to estimate the value of server refresh for your own organization.
Bill Sunderland, Server Virtualization Technical Program Manager, Intel Information Technology
Learn about Intel IT's experiences and best practices with virtualization from 2005—when we began planning, engineering, and implementing a virtualized environment—to present day as we accelerate our virtualization efforts toward the continued development of our enterprise private cloud. Click "attend" below to register.
Straight talk from Intel IT’s experts on data center best practices
Learn about Intel IT’s data center strategy, best practices and experiences in the areas of facilities, storage, compute and networking. From cloud computing, virtualization and server sizing, to the latest cooling techniques, understand how Intel IT is addressing today’s data center trends and challenges.