Become a Cloud Master with the HPE Helion Cloud Suite - Part 2
In our first Helion Cloud Suite webinar, we introduced you to the new software suite from HPE that brings together a full range of hybrid cloud capabilities, enabling you to deliver and manage the full spectrum of applications and technologies -- from traditional, virtualized, cloud native and containers -- across a broad range of infrastructure environments. In the second webinar, you got to see the new suite in action for a few key use cases: hybrid, multi-cloud and container management, cloud-native deployment, and cloud analytics.
This webinar will focus on application use cases.
Transform traditional applications to offer them as cloud services
Bridge traditional and cloud-native applications
Automate the application release pipeline
Helion Cloud Suite software is a DevOps-driven cloud management solution that enables you to provide what your development and testing teams need to accelerate application release.
RecordedSep 28 201659 mins
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Sin-Mei Tsai, VP of Engineering & Gavin Butler, Lead Site Reliability Engineer, Shippo
Physical and technological changes in computing and data storage have led us down a winding road to DevOps, which brings us to where we are today. Let’s take a brief look at the evolution of cloud hosting, from colocation to today’s cloud services, and the impact of these changes on IT decision-making.
Join this webcast with Sin-Mei Tsai, VP of Engineering along with Gavin Butler, Lead Site Reliability Engineer at Shippo, for a technical deep-dive into cloud applications and operations of yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Erik Riedel, Dell EMC, Enrico Signoretti, OpenIO, David Slik, NetApp, Alex McDonald, NetApp
The growing popularity of object-based storage has resulted in the development of Ethernet-connected storage devices, herein referred to as IP-Based Drives and subsystems supporting object interfaces and in some cases the ability to run localized applications.
Typical scale-out storage nodes consist of relatively inexpensive enclosures with IP network connectivity, CPU, Memory and Direct Attached Storage (DAS). While inexpensive to deploy, these solutions become harder to manage over time.
To ease management of these drives, SNIA has approved the release of the IP-Based Drive Management Specification. In this webcast, you’ll hear from authors of the specification who’ll discuss:
• Major Components of the IP Based Drive Management Standard
• How the standard leverages the DMTF Redfish management standard to manage Kinetic and other IP-Based Drives
• Providing a standard management interface for drives that are part of JBOD or JBOF enclosures
This standard allows drive management to scale to datacenters and beyond, enabling automation and Software Defined Datacenters. Join this webcast on April 20th to learn more.
By driving containerized microservices into production, architecture and project teams are learning how to decompose monoliths, rapidly compose business solutions, and achieve greater resiliency. The transition requires teams to reinvent their application, reshape their architecture, and refresh their technology platform.
In this session, Chris Haddad, Chief Architect at Karux, will share how enterprise architecture teams chose their container platform, refactored their application portfolio, and accelerated development with API-first practices. Learn how you can establish a roadmap, craft an implementation plan, and acquire necessary skills.
Dr Ganesh Neelakanta Iyer, Technology and Product Evangelist
When it comes to mobile applications for enterprise, mobile developers are required to deliver cross-platform mobile apps with powerful backends, insightful user analytics and engaging notifications, all while keeping development costs to a minimum. In this session, find out how to mobilize and modernize your apps fast with Telerik Platform and learn more on NativeScript, a powerful open-source cross-platform framework for building native apps.
Hrishikesh Barua, Director of Engineering at Imaginea Technologies where he leads the Cloud and DevOps practice
Application containers are changing the way software is built and deployed. Managing and scaling application containers pose different challenges from that of traditional infrastructures. In this webcast we look at Kubernetes, an open source container cluster manager and how it simplifies automation, operations and scaling of containers.
Ulf Mattsson, CTO of Security Solutions, Atlantic BT
Revisions to PCI (Payment Card Industry) DSS (Data Security Standard) point toward the realization that security must be built into the development process and Cloud with SAAS computing.
Medical software and hardware, mobile applications, IoT etc. will require a new approach. This is frequently referred to as Rugged DevOps or SecDevOps, and the different approach called DevSecOps, embracing the speed of DevOps and continuous delivery in a secure environment. DevOps does affect security, and you can use it to your advantage. As cloud, big data and DevOps disrupt traditional approaches to security, new capabilities emerge to automate and enhance security operations.
Join this session and learn how to automatically address these data security blind spots and how security can be built into the development process and IT platforms. We will discuss how security can be built into Rugged DevOps,SecDevOps, DevSecOps, Scrum, SAFe, DAD and use in Large-scale Development.
Jason Keen, Titanium Mobile Native App Developer, Speaker, Author, TCAD / TCD / TCI Certified, Titan
Jason talks about his experience in developing cross-platform, native apps - the various tools that can be used to produce them, common misconceptions and mistakes, design and development approach, coding, commercial arrangements, publishing and delivery etc.
- Tools to develop cross-platform native apps
- UI/UX mistakes
- Coding for cross-platform
- Retina, Density / Screen issues
- Planning and delivery
Dr Ganesh Neelakanta Iyer, Technology and Product Evangelist
Docker is an open source, lightweight, virtualized environment for portable applications. With all the buzz it has attracted, it can be hard to figure out exactly what Docker is and what it can do for you. This session will brief you the fundamentals of Docker, why it’s making waves and how it might be a useful addition to your platform. You will walk away with a full understanding of dockers and containers, how to create your own docker images and how docker can be used for development, testing and production.
How do you achieve hyper growth in the mobile space and compete with large incumbents as a new start up with limited resources?
Join this session where Edward Cooper, Head of Mobile at cutting edge mobile-first FinTech company Revolut, will take questions from the audience and discuss the following:
- What techniques can you use, given limited budget and resources, to compete with large established players.
- Is traditional marketing effective? If not, what has changed?
- What other steps can you take to get your app / idea to spread.
- Paid mobile analytics companies, useful, or fools gold?
- PR companies, yes or no?
Dror Elkaras, HPE, Liron Lichterman, HPE Dan Iuster, HPE
Application success is measured by the quality of the user experience (UX). That is why 95% of DevOps teams, with mature practices, now focus on the UX. Join this webinar to learn how to deliver an amazing User Experience for your mobile and web users’ using the HPE AppPulse suite.
In this web seminar, you will learn how to:
Measure Mobile and Web Applications by tracking and measuring the real User Experience like your users
Focus using Sentiment Analysis on what matters to your users by identifying and prioritizing tasks that affect most of your users, or critical functionality, that negatively impact User Experience
Improve speed of troubleshooting by spending less time tracking down problems and isolating problems down to the specific line of code, SQL statement, Ajax request, or log message
Is your business challenged with competing priorities and resources when it comes to application security testing and the need for more rapid application development? Are you impacted by costly and cumbersome remediation of security issues? In a world of competing requirements, how can your application security keep up with the rapid pace of development, while remaining effective?
Using lessons learned by working with some of the most advanced and innovative application security customers / programs, this webinar will cover:
Automation - where modern security tools are being included in the “treat infrastructure as code” mantra.
How development organizations have made static and dynamic analysis of applications more efficient and effective.
How to integrate application security throughout your software development lifecycle and the DevOps tool chain of automation using the Fortify Ecosystem.
How to gain visibility into production application behavior and exploits via low-impact Continuous Monitoring.
How to protect security flaws in production to buy time for true remediation.
Tech Companies and Start-ups that aim to solve problems in the financial industry have a much harder time than those, that work on simple consumer products. That’s because the financial market is riddled with inefficiencies, which arise because of a number of separate, but equally important issues.
We'll discuss some of these issues in this webinar, such as:
-Regulations are being updated too slowly / Regulations are too complex / Complex Legislation
-Banks are still the most important power in the financial markets / Hegemony of banks in the industry / The everlasting strength of traditional banks
-Fintech products have weak popularity compared to other consumer products / Negative associations related to the whole Financial sector / Lack of consumer trust for financial products
-Hard to reach software developers with experience / Software Developers can’t be found / It’s hard to hire the right people for the job
-Data safety / User privacy / Safety of exchanging financial information
If your Dev teams are storing their requirements as User Stories in one tool and your QA teams are storing their Test Cases in HPE ALM, then chances are you have no traceability between the two. And what about Test Defects created in HPE ALM? How can you trace those back to the original User Story requirement? I’ll show you how we solved this dilemma using Tasktop to synchronize User Stories to HPE ALM Requirements, pass the User Story id throughout the HPE ALM lifecycle from Requirement to traced Test Case to linked Defect, and how we will synchronize the Test Defects back to our Dev tool and link them back to the User Story for full round trip traceability.
This session is suitable for all levels including VPs, Directors, Dev and QA managers, practitioners, and technical resources. I will cover the following:
Why Requirement and Defect traceability is important to us
The challenges faced that prompted our solution
Detailed explanation of how we implemented the solution
The benefits realized
The use of Software Development Kits (SDKs) continues to be on the rise in mobile apps. In the last six months, we’ve seen a jump of more than 12% in the use of SDKs for creating mobile apps. These off-the-shelf services, from advertising, analytics, social, and more, are helpful in the mobile development process. They offer unique functionality and simplify the coding, while saving time and money. But SDKs are not really YOUR code. You work hard to ensure your users’ experience, safety and privacy in your own code, but can you guarantee the same for the code from these guest SDKs? What about the test implications and impact on user engagement and retention?
Join us to hear about:
Key trends and findings for Mobile SDKs
2 major domains of risk introduced when using SDKs and associated real-life stories
How you can achieve a 5 star rating using HPE Mobile Center and SafeDK
Mobility has revolutionized the financial services industry and in many cases has changed the ways organizations work. It is changing the language of business and technology – and has become a competitive necessity.
Join this webinar to learn how a Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE) 100 organization is leveraging HPE Application Delivery Management solutions and HPE Mobile Solutions to deliver high-quality experiences to customers, accelerate time to market and ensure innovation is alive and kicking in the world of finance.
The Almac Group is an established contract development and manufacturing organisation that provides an extensive range of integrated services globally to companies within the pharmaceutical and biotech sectors.
With mandates from the business to drive forward an automation effort, the Information Services team needed to deliver faster, while at the same time continuously improving their processes – a substantial task in this highly regulated environment (Almac goes through over 200 audits per year). But in the world of waterfall planning with 2 – 3 year project plans, it was taking longer than the business was willing to give.
Join this webinar and hear how Almac Information Services implemented HPE Agile Manager and enabled the team to re-scope the project with an Agile planning perspective and deliver the project in 9 months as opposed to 2 years - with all of the quality and functionality the business demanded.
Bad apps happen to good people. But they don’t have to. Join us for this session, where industry leaders and customers will show you how to successfully deliver high-quality apps at speed and scale. Learn tips and tricks to help you maneuver past obstacles and avoid bad apps. See some of the high-powered solutions Hewlett Packard Enterprise will bring to market that enable you to address the needs of the digital economy.
Learn how technology and business teams adopt Effective Performance Engineering to transform their organizations with the end user in mind. During this webinar, we will focus on four key areas of effective performance engineering. Join us to participate and learn how to build, develop, optimize and focus. The discussion will include references from the O'Reilly Media book titled, Effective Performance Engineering, co-authored by the speaker of this session.
In this presentation, Gene Kim will share his top lessons learned studying how large, complex organizations are successfully adopting DevOps culture and practices. He will share specific case studies and observations, as well as other resources and specific recommendations for organizations embarking on DevOps transformation.
DevOps is not only about culture, practices and methods. It is also about a set of tools that support development, deployment and operations. DevOps is the sum of all tools that paves the way for teams to build, test, and release great software.
Join Kristina Avrionova and Cyrus Manouchehrian of HPE Software for a look at what a DevOps toolchain is made of, with a specific focus on performance testing. We’ll show a live demo of HPE StormRunner Load, a cloud-based performance testing solution and give you insight on:
Automating as much as possible the DevOps process
Enhancing the tool chain
Leveraging the cloud