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Boosting Data Science Project Success: Development is Not Enough

For enterprise data science environments, development platforms aren’t enough. The data itself, and the infrastructure that serves it, are foundational to data science work. Implementing them well is a strategic necessity.

Fast, governed access to the right data is critical to data science project success. The data must be cleansed and of high quality, with proper role-based access enforced. The infrastructure must manage workloads well, letting data scientists explore, query and shape the data they need, to build the best predictive models.

Join us for this free one-hour webinar with GigaOm Research and Snowflake, focused on data warehousing built for the cloud, to review infrastructure strategies that boost data science production.

You will learn:
•How to support demanding data science projects without hampering other data teams
•Strategies to secure data easily and effectively, while keeping authorized access agile and available
•How to accelerate query performance cost-effectively for data access technologies such as Python, Spark SQL, and others
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    1. How is the mobile security threat evolving?
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    When at an impasse in data management, applying data-driven thinking can often help. What if a virtual data layer could be formed over warehouse and lake, and what if the ETL and modeling burden to build that layer were automated, through the use of machine learning? Now the warehouse and lake can exist separately, unified virtually, and interfaced autonomously.
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    - How warehouse and lake can be unified virtually while developing separately
    - How and when data in the lake can “graduate” to become part of the warehouse.
    - How existing database technologies like views and caching can be applied in new ways to address the new requirements of data-driven organizations
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    Today’s data technology stack can be a hodgepodge. You may have one set of technologies for operational databases; another for a caching layer; still more tech for analytics and AI; and additional platforms for processing data on edge and mobile devices. Each of these workloads seems to demand a specialized platform. And the resulting complexity is formidable.

    But an enlightened architecture can consolidate your data stack, bringing efficiency and consistency. Unifying approaches, to both systems of engagement and systems of record, will get you a long way. So too will a revamped perspective on storage, leveraging RAM and other memory technologies, to maximum effect. The combination of strong consistency and high-performance in one database platform can close the deal.Want to learn how you can streamline your manifest of deployed data technologies? Join us for this free 1-hour webinar from GigaOm Research. The webinar features GigaOm analyst Andrew Brust with Srini V Srinivasan, Co-founder of Aerospike, a leader in enterprise-grade, real-time database technology, deployable across tiers and workloads.

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    • Why combining RAM and flash storage can accelerate performance and reduce your infrastructure profiles
    • Examples of streamlined data stack deployment, across industries and use cases
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    Yet, it is not always possible to get everything you want. However, technology and products are quickly maturing, and now enterprises can ask for much more.

    Attend this free GigaOm webinar featuring experts in enterprise data storage and IT infrastructure, including GigaOm Analyst, Enrico Signoretti and DataCore’s Sr. Product Manager, Manish Chacko, discussing innovative solutions for infrastructure strategies.

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    Trade-offs of hyper-convergence
    Evolution of hyper-convergence and benefits for the end users
    New options that allow a smoother migration path to hyper-convergence
    The next major features to expect from an HCI platform
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    Ray Lucchesi, Steve Ginsberg, Phil Sellers
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    Ever since the emergence of high-end X86 servers, IT has been burdened with the concern of underutilized data center assets. With virtualization, admins could take advantage of increases in computation to apply excess CPU cycles for use by other applications or users. However, similar concerns have surfaced for high-speed storage, networking, and other resources.

    Where virtualization solved compute over capacity, data centers are now left with NVMe SSD storage, proliferating GPU cores, and fast networking that no single application could effectively use. Yes, NVMeoF can help share high-performance NVMe storage and network virtualization and other solutions can help better utilize abundant networking capacity, but these are point solutions for specific components. A more general solution is needed, one that spans all data center resources. That is, a single system, which can disaggregate data center resources from servers and compose a “logical” server consisting of one or more of those resources to run an application and when that completes, move them on to the next. With composable infrastructure, IT customers have a single solution that covers all server resources.

    In this webinar, attendees will come away with an enriched understanding of composable infrastructure solutions and how to employ them to better utilize the abundant compute, storage and networking resources that are now available.
  • Mobile Security Futures: Building Scale and Diversity for Tomorrow, Today. Recorded: Jul 1 2019 57 mins
    Bob Egan, Jonathon Wong, Larry Walsh, Ram Motipally
    This free 1-hour webinar from Gigaom Research brings together leading minds in mobile security, including Gigaom senior analysts Bob Egan and Larry Walsh, joined by Samsung thought leaders in a roundtable discussion on how businesses can employ best-in-class strategies to mitigate mobile security risks across the organization.

    As mobility in all its forms, including Internet of Things (IoT), continues to pervade our homes and businesses, it’s no wonder why companies report a 47% increase in mobile threats. In fact, by some estimates, upwards of 60% of companies report some sort of hack owed to unsecure mobile apps and mobile data leakage.

    One in five employees store company documents in third-party cloud services. Think they’re all doing so securely and with IT approval? The modern day worker will get his or her job done using whatever tools are needed, whether those tools are IT approved or not. Simply managing employee BYOD devices does not make sense for every organization but securing devices and their app and cloud ecosystem is critical by utilizing a mobile defense initiative.

    We’ll share stories and lessons learned about shadow IT as we discuss how to safely support employees who don’t always seek IT guidance.

    During this webinar, experts will address the key issues:

    1. How is the mobile security threat evolving?
    2. What are the core tenants of a mobile defense initiative?
    3. How do you secure your organization at scale today, for tomorrow?
  • Using Multicloud Storage to Improve Security for Highly Regulated Environments Recorded: Jun 28 2019 66 mins
    Enrico Signoretti, Tim Bramble, Alyson Gaffney
    Keeping data safe and under control in highly regulated environments is business critical for every type of organization. Whether it be healthcare records, finance, or government documents, most data must be stored for several years while kept easily accessible for applications. On the other hand, exponential data growth is compromising long term sustainability of traditional infrastructures, and new solutions are needed to find the right compromise between cost, security, and accessibility.

    Thanks to its flexibility, cloud seems the right solution for this type of storage infrastructure, allowing movement of costs from CAPEX to OPEX while avoiding future hardware migrations and painful migration processes. Unfortunately, this flexibility presents potential downsides which can easily introduce several forms of lock-in as well as unpredictable costs to manage.

    These aspects are particularly important in healthcare, where an increasing number of regulations impose strict control over data, security, and the privacy of patients. Ensuring medical records are accessible from everywhere, stored safely for several years, if not decades and kept at reasonable costs, is a challenge — especially when infrastructure costs are included in the equation.

    Fortunately, innovative approaches allow the best cloud selection for any single transaction in terms of performance and cost, and they grant seamless data mobility in the backend while improving security and traceability.

    Explore these data security topics and more as GigaOm Research brings together experts in enterprise data storage and IT infrastructure, featuring GigaOm Analyst Enrico Signoretti, Leonovus VP Product Management, Tim Bramble and VP Marketing and Partnerships, Alyson Gaffney for this 1-hour webinar discussing innovative solutions for infrastructure strategies in this area.
  • Data Catalogs are Essential. But Can They Be Fun? Recorded: Jun 27 2019 60 mins
    Andew Brust, Aaron Kalb
    In the era of data lakes and digital transformation, Data catalogs are taking on new functionality and revitalized importance. You’d be hard put to manage your data landscape responsibly without a data catalog, but just because catalogs are needed doesn’t mean they are just a dry requirement. Done right, data catalogs can make self-service analytics across the Enterprise far more productive, widely-adopted and -- dare we say it -- fun.

    Data catalogs can facilitate frictionless discoverability, fostering the user enthusiasm needed for a robust data culture. They help users find the data they want and discover data they may not have known was available. Machine learning/AI-driven recommendations help users too, especially when they’re security-aware and based on what other users have found useful.

    To learn more about the benefits of grassroots data catalog implementations and how to get teams excited to join in on all the fun, join us for this free 1-hour webinar from GigaOm Research. The Webinar features GigaOm analyst Andrew Brust and special guest, Aaron Kalb, Co-founder & VP of Design and Strategic Initiatives from Alation, a frontrunner in the data catalog arena.

    In this 1-hour webinar, attendees will discover:

    • Why data catalogs have emerged so prominently in the data lake/BI/analytics world
    •How data catalogs can be user-positive, not just tools for IT
    •The role of machine learning and AI in data catalog success
    •Where governed personally identifiable information (PII) and business glossary connectivity tie in
  • Hyper-Converged Infrastructure & Public Cloud Environments Recorded: Jun 27 2019 62 mins
    Ray Lucchesi, Phil Sellers, Steve Ginsberg, Mike Wronski
    This free 1-hour webinar from GigaOm Research brings together experts in Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) and cloud services featuring GigaOm Analysts, Ray Lucchesi, Philip Sellers, and Steve Ginsberg, as well as special guest from Nutanix, Mike Wronski. The panel will discuss what can be done to make HCI more cloud-like so as to better co-exist with public cloud environments.

    With some applications moving to the cloud, HCI data centers and public cloud will have to co-exist for the foreseeable future. All these environments employ some form of virtualization, which has become less of a differentiator over time.

    As a result, ease of operation, application services, and pay-as-you-go financial models have grown into key ways for IT to discriminate between HCI or cloud offerings to host applications. To flourish in the data centers of the future, HCI will need to adopt many of these same paradigms present in public clouds today.

    In this 1-hour webinar, attendees will discover:

    Why the data center of the future will need to co-exist with cloud environments for a long time to come.
    Why virtualization has become less important and how ease of use has become more critical as a means to discriminate between HCI and cloud solutions to host IT applications.
    Why HCI solutions will need to become much more API/DevOps/automation driven.
    The future of IT is clear, it’s becoming a data center-public or hybrid-cloud world. In order to succeed in this new environment, IT managers must move from a focus on virtualization and hypervisors to ease of use as a key selection criterion.
  • What’s Best for Analytics & Data Science: Cloud, On-Premises or Hybrid? Recorded: Jun 26 2019 61 mins
    Andrew Brust, Mathias Golombek, Helena Schwenk
    The cloud will inevitably be a component of your customers’ and prospects’ data strategies, not to mention your own. But how does this impact analytics and data science? That question is especially important since the journey to the cloud has many stops, and most companies won’t move all their data to the cloud immediately.

    It’s a heterogeneous, hybrid world out there: some data must stay on-premises, while some data is born in the cloud and should stay there. Other data allows discretion around migration and can be left in place. But when it comes to both analytics and data science, the work should encompass all data. Yet, how is that achieved with a single platform, when data isn’t centralized?

    The good news is solutions and architectures exist to achieve this mission. To learn more about applying analytics and harnessing data science across all data in the cloud, on-premises or otherwise, plan to attend this free 1-hour webinar from GigaOm Research. The Webinar features GigaOm Analyst Andrew Brust and special guests, Mathias Golombek, CTO, and Helena Schwenk, AR and Market Insights Manager from Exasol, a leader in in-memory analytic databases.

    In this 1-hour webinar, we will explore:

    - Why the cloud together with analytics and data science are such a good match
    - What hybrid cloud is, what its practical implications are, and how to make it work
    - Considerations for cloud analytics performance and scale
    - Using the cloud for AI and data science
  • Building a Sustainable Cloud Strategy in Multi-Cloud Environments Recorded: Jun 26 2019 57 mins
    David Linthicum, Enrico Signoretti, Jim Donovan, Nathan Goulding
    Data is now created and consumed from more sources than ever, and with IoT and Edge computing this is even more so. The challenge is no longer how to make cloud computing central to the IT strategy, but is now about avoiding lock-ins, and keeping costs at bay while giving access to an increasing number of applications, devices and users — all dispersed across the globe on different clouds and networks.

    As the great migration to cloud is fully underway, organizations are now moving from cloud-first strategies to multi-cloud, and they seek solutions allowing access and the ability to process data quickly at reasonable costs, no matter where data is created or consumed.

    The goals are to build a tailored cloud made of best-of-breed “Cloud 2.0” solutions while removing any form of lock-in, and to outperform in terms of performance and cost what is currently available from established market vendors. But how can you build a new cloud model such as this one? There’s a host of disruptive Cloud 2.0 companies that provide Alternative Cloud Strategies built on Best-of-Breed Solutions, including Wasabi and Packet, our featured guests in this webinar.

    Moderated by GigaOm analyst David Linthicum and co-presented with Enrico Signoretti and special guests, SVP of Product at Wasabi Jim Donovan and SVP of Engineering at Packet, Nathan Goulding. In this one-hour GigaOm webinar we’ll be discussing how to overcome the limits and lock-ins imposed by traditional approaches, and how to lay the next-gen infrastructure for today’s and tomorrow’s applications and data. We will look specifically at cloud strategies and how to execute them.
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