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In this Webcast Intel and NetApp will talk about a major market transition and what we're hearing from our customers and partners about their challenges and requirements. We’ll also talk about Intel and NetApp offerings and how we can help evolve you to a future-ready IT infrastructure and conclude by discussing a joint Cloud Builders guide on 10GbE unified networking and storage.
Technology has changed the game for small businesses. For decades, being “the little guy” has been a disadvantage, but not anymore. The right technology can turn an SMB from a niche player in an industry to a major threat to established enterprise players.
Join us for a special webinar featuring Canada-based EXOCLOUD to learn how they’ve quickly grown their business by finding, winning, and keeping more customers with Salesforce.
Learn how one of Canada’s fastest growing small businesses:
· Developed a repeatable, winning sales process that grew revenue by 258%
· Created a complete 360-degree customer view
· Brought in 79% more qualified sales leads
· Resolved customer issues 75% faster
Who has access to your social media accounts? In order to protect your brand it's vital to secure your social media passwords. Learn how you can use the Azure AD Premium portal to manage access to social media platforms such as Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
This week on White Space, we look back at the news from DCD Converged conference in London. We’ve also brought back a special guest - Cole Crawford, CEO of Vapor IO and purveyor of unusual rack arrangements.
We discuss various ways to reuse server heat and discover that Coca Cola is apparently using Internet of Things to develop new flavors of the sugary drink.
Peter looks at the reasons behind the Telecity outage in the UK - but this outage has nothing on the recent data center fire in Azerbaijan, that left almost the entire country without access to the Internet.
Also mentioned are the news about CA Technologies getting out of the DCIM business, the reinvention of liquid cooling company Iceotope and the fact that the US government has just discovered another 2000 data centers it didn’t know it had.
Whether you are already hosting applications on Amazon Web Services, or looking to expand your enterprise footprint into public cloud services, security and compliance will be top of mind. Like the doors and windows in your building, your web-based applications are the most visible points of entry for cyber attackers.
Therefore they are also the most targeted from cyber attacks, and you need to ensure you have a solid security foundation to be able to continuously monitor and protect your workloads from compromise – especially as vulnerabilities and attacks against your applications are completely up to you to monitor, discover and remediate, and not your cloud service provider.
Register for this impactful webinar presented by James Brown, Director of Cloud Solutions Architecture who will review in detail the Five Reasons why you need to protect web-based applications in AWS:
1.Web applications are the number 1 attack vector in AWS
2.There is no one type of web application attack
3.Successful web attacks can cost you ……… a lot
4.Security responsibility is shared with AWS, but you need to understand what they don’t cover (your application security)
5.Your customers care
Amazon Web Services has provided companies of all sizes with on demand elastic IT infrastructure services in the cloud totaling more than 50 services. This series gives you an opportunity to ask questions from an AWS expert live on any topic and also hear an overview of the subset of services/tools that AWS offers in big data and analytics.
Either submit questions during the session or ahead of time to email@example.com. In the email please include your NAME, COMPANY and JOB TITLE.
Wireless is now the expected medium of choice for network users. Delivering it successfully can be a challenge especially with multiple different approaches and architectures available. What is right for your organisation? Cloud? Controller? How is it all secured?
This session will discuss 3 main Wi-Fi architecture types, their different advantages, the wired edge, and how to secure it all. Importantly, we will finish with what to consider when making the right choice for your needs.
IT organizations face rising challenges to protect more data and applications in the face of growing data security threats as they deploy encryption on vastly larger scales and across cloud and hybrid environments. By moving past silo-constrained encryption and deploying encryption as an IT service centrally, uniformly, and at scale across the enterprise, your organization can benefit from unmatched coverage— whether you are securing databases, applications, file servers, and storage in the traditional data center, virtualized environments, and the cloud, and as the data moves between these different environments. When complemented by centralized key management, your organization can apply data protection where it needs it, when it needs it, and how it needs it—according to the unique needs of your business. Join us on November 25th to learn how to unshare your data, while sharing the IT services that keep your data secure, efficiently and effectively in the cloud and across your entire infrastructure.
Analysts have been advising for many years that all businesses are becoming software businesses and one of the key software platforms that organisations invest in to support this is SAP's Enterprise Solutions. With this transformation, the availability of these mission-critical enterprise services increases every day.
During this webinar, you can learn how:
• SAP and SUSE have collaborated for 16 years to make Linux the preferred operating system upon which SAP applications run.
• SUSE can help you unleash the power of Open Source whilst providing the most performant and resilient platform available for your SAP applications
• Highly-Available SAP HANA, the core of SAP's next generation business suite S4/HANA, is ONLY available on SUSE Linux
One of SUSE’s Platinum Partners – Securelinx – who specialise in the deployment, configuration and support of Linux, are sponsoring this webinar.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Flexible Capacity is a solution that provides Cloud like agility & economics, in the privacy of your own data centre, across Storage, Server and Networking. It enables you to respond to business demands and scale up capacity in minutes, not months and our advanced metering and billing ensures customers are only paying for what they consume.
In this webcast we will discuss:
•How to reduce operational costs: Free up CAPEX – pay for what you consume, whilst aligning IT cost to business demand
•How to reduce risk: Reduce capacity risk, as we ensure you always have enough to respond to business demand & reduce unplanned downtime through tailored proactive support
•How to maximise business agility: Respond to business & market demands in minutes, not months. Reduce Time to Market through easing procurement cycle from months to days
•And finally we will talk you through the solution and show how it has helped meet our customers’ business challenges.
На этом вебинаре вы услышите ответы архитектора облачных решений AWS Дениса Баталова на предварительно присланные вопросы по тематике DevOps – сервисам и лучшим практикам AWS по разработке и обслуживанию программного обеспечения с помощью облака AWS. В частности, приветствуются вопросы по таким AWS сервисам как CloudFormation, Elastic Beanstalk, OpsWorks, а также CodeCommit, CodeDeploy, CodePipeline и EC2 Container Service.
Intel and RES Software recently collaborated on a reference architecture that explains why and how rich PCs play a critical role in cloud-based desktop environments. In this webcast, you will learn about Intel and RES Software's aligned vision for "Intelligent Desktop Virtualization" and "Hybrid Desktops". You will also be introduced to RES' patented reverse seamless technology, Virtual Desktop Extender (VDX), as well as its award-winning Workspace Manager solution, and will come away with a clear understanding as to how these products are enabling, managing and automating a new generation of intelligent clients.
In this Conversations in the Cloud episode, Terence Ngai from HP discusses the company’s vision for hybrid cloud delivery – the ability to intermix private and public clouds as well as traditional IT infrastructure with a common orchestration/management layer.
Podcast featuring Greg Bruno, VP of Engineering, StackIQ
In this Conversations in the Cloud podcast, Greg Bruno, VP of Engineering from StackIQ, talks about the company’s focus in the HPC, big data, and the cloud markets and using StackIQ Rocks for managing the end-to-end stack.
In the face of an increasingly competitive business environment organizations of all sorts are flocking to cloud-like solutions to address their unique and dynamic compute and storage needs. It is critical that those that deliver information services not get pigeon holed early on in the process by choosing solutions that don’t provide the needed flexibility and efficiency down the road. VMware, NetApp and Intel have come together to share key learning’s on how they build and open and flexible cloud reference architecture using VMware’s ESX, NetApp Unified Storage Systems and Intel Unified 10 Gig Ethernet adapters. Learn how VMware, NetApp and Intel are uniquely positioned to help you evolve your virtualized IT infrastructure to a cloud computing model.
Podcast featuring Mike McNamara, Senior Manager, Product Marketing, NetApp
NetApp’s Mike McNamara talks about the company’s new Ethernet Advantage program and two new reference architectures, focused on unified networking for 10 GBbE with NFS and iSCSI. Intel's Allyson Klein hosts Conversations in the Cloud, a podcast series that includes members of the Intel Cloud Builders program highlighting their cloud solutions, Intel experts discussing cloud computing, and industry analysts talking about how cloud relates to the data center and your business.
Podcast featuring Dave Nicholson, Director of EMC Solutions Group
Dave Nicholson, Director of the newly-created EMC Solutions Group, discusses the journey to the cloud and what it means for your IT infrastructure. Dave also gives details on solutions coming from EMC and how they align with the Open Data Center Alliance’s recently announced usage models.
Rafael Tucat, Gproxy; Leo Tuzzo, Gproxy; Priya Abani, Intel
More and more applications and services are moving to the cloud, and users expect support across multiple devices. Intel and Gproxy found that an enhanced user experience can be delivered through a more balanced computer model. Intel has introduced a series of Web APIs that allow Web developers to assess the capabilities of the client. Using a tool such as Gproxy’s development environment, developers can enable these Web APIs in their Web applications and obtain information about the client capabilities. This Webcast will review the Gproxy Intel® Cloud Builders reference architecture focusing on the Client Device Score (CLIDES) by Gproxy, which ranks a client device’s capabilities including CPU, CPU load, connection type, bandwidth and screen resolution, helping to optimize the user experience based on the client device’s capabilities.
Bryan Cantrill, Joyent; Dan Choquette, Dell; Rekha Raghu, Intel
This Webcast will cover how you can solve your IT challenges with innovative cloud solutions. On the agenda: Joyent SmartDataCenter, which enables the deployment of clouds with outstanding performance, scalability and uptime; the Dell Cloud Solution for Web Applications, a Dell turnkey Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) cloud solution built on Joyent cloud software; and an overview of the Intel’s vision for the cloud that highlights an Intel/Joyent/Dell reference architecture utilizing Intel® Xeon® processors, Joyent SmartDataCenter and Dell hyperscale-inspired solutions.
Leo Leung from EMC chats about the company’s new Atmos products, the challenges of meeting global demand for access to data, and how use multi-tenancy storage in the cloud for business continuity. Intel's Allyson Klein hosts Conversations in the Cloud, a podcast series that includes members of the Intel Cloud Builders program highlighting their cloud solutions, Intel experts discussing cloud computing, and industry analysts talking about how cloud relates to the data center and your business.
Learn how Nimbula and Intel have teamed up to deliver a reference architecture for building a cloud computing foundation using best-in-class software and hardware. We'll take you through the steps in creating a development and testing environment for small to large enterprises. Also hear other common real-world use cases that can help you realize what cloud computing can do for you today.
Jay Judkowitz, Director of Product Management, Nimbula
Nimbula’s Director of Product Management Jay Judkowitz discusses managing cloud computing resources and access to those resources across private and public cloud infrastructure. Intel's Allyson Klein hosts Conversations in the Cloud, a podcast series that includes members of the Intel Cloud Builders program highlighting their cloud solutions, Intel experts discussing cloud computing, and industry analysts talking about how cloud relates to the data center and your business.
HyTrust CTO Hemma Prafullchandra discusses the security challenges faced by virtualized, private, and public cloud data centers and solutions for those challenges. Intel's Allyson Klein hosts Conversations in the Cloud, a podcast series that includes members of the Intel Cloud Builders program highlighting their cloud solutions, Intel experts discussing cloud computing, and industry analysts talking about how cloud relates to the data center and your business.
Podcast featuring Michael Joffe, Senior Product Manager, Microsoft
Michael Joffe, Senior Product Manager, Windows Server and Cloud, Microsoft, talks on how to solve server virtualization sprawl and how to fully utilize compute resources in the data center for the cloud and virtualization. Intel's Allyson Klein hosts Conversations in the Cloud, a podcast series that includes members of the Intel Cloud Builders program highlighting their cloud solutions, Intel experts discussing cloud computing, and industry analysts talking about how cloud relates to the data center and your business.
Podast featuring Rekha Raghu, Senior Program Manager, Intel
Rekha Raghu, Intel Cloud Builders Senior Program Manager, takes a deep dive into Intel Cloud Builders and the benefits, and value that the Reference Architectures deliver. Intel's Allyson Klein hosts Conversations in the Cloud, a podcast series that includes members of the Intel Cloud Builders program highlighting their cloud solutions, Intel experts discussing cloud computing, and industry analysts talking about how cloud relates to the data center and your business.
Richard Reiner, CEO, Enomaly; Rekha Raghu, Senior Software Engineer, Intel
Enomaly returns to the Intel Cloud Builders Webcast series with a short review of their reference architecture on the Elastic Computing Platform (ECP), which offers excellent scalability and provisioning flexibility to cloud deployments, and discuss the need for security in a cloud environment.
Intel® Cloud Builders brings together leading systems and software solutions partners to provide best practices and practical guidance on how to deploy, maintain and optimize a cloud infrastructure. In short, Intel Cloud Builder provides the industry a central point for cloud innovation based on the IT usages defined by the Open Data Center Alliance and other IT end users.
Intel Cloud Builders publishes detailed reference architectures and best practices that you can use right now to deploy and enhance your cloud and you can engage in a community dialogue on cloud related topics to accelerate your deployments. Using this proven guidance and interaction with cloud leaders, IT managers can begin utilizing cloud solutions to improve cloud security and efficiency, while simplifying data center management and operations.
Visit www.intel.com/cloudbuilders for more information.