Dell and Intel: Security Technologies for Private Clouds
Implementing cloud computing is an attractive option for enterprises looking to reduce costs and increase IT flexibility. However there are some applications and data that aren’t appropriate to move to a public cloud. Hence the implementation of private clouds. But since these house an enterprise
Implementing cloud computing is an attractive option for enterprises looking to reduce costs and increase IT flexibility. However there are some applications and data that aren’t appropriate to move to a public cloud. Hence the implementation of private clouds. But since these house an enterprise’s most sensitive data, security concerns continue to arise. In this Webcast Dell will discuss security challenges and platforms that meet those needs.
RecordedMar 24 2011
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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.
Want to easily deploy your Node.js, Ruby, Python, .NET, Tomcat, PHP or Docker web applications to AWS? AWS Elastic Beanstalk is a service that makes it easy to deploy, scale, and manage your web applications on AWS by providing preconfigured application stacks and managing the underlying infrastructure on your behalf. You simply select the application stack you want and upload your code to get started. This webinar will familiarize you with how to deploy your web application to AWS using AWS Elastic Beanstalk (EB). We will walk through the steps necessary to debug, test and scale your application to handle millions of web requests. Also, you will learn about deployment options, cost management, and ongoing monitoring and maintenance.
• Understand the benefits of AWS Elastic Beanstalk versus do-it-yourself
• Deploy a sample Node.js application using the Elastic Beanstalk command line interface
• Modify application stack configuration and extend your application to use additional AWS resources (e.g.: DynamoDB, SNS, etc.)
• Debug, load test, and scale the sample application to handle millions of web requests • Use deployment options available for zero downtime deployments (in-place and blug/green)
• Use tags for cost management
• Set up alarms to monitor you running applications
Join AWS for this Building Scalable Web Applications webinar where we will explain the key architectural patterns used to build applications in the AWS Cloud, and how to leverage cloud fundamentals to build highly available, cost effective web-scale applications.
You will learn how to design for elasticity and availability within AWS using a common web architecture as a reference point and discuss strategies for scaling, security, application management and global reach. If you want to know how to make your applications truly scale then join this webinar to learn more.
In un momento in cui le iniziative IT corrono di pari passo col business, l’abilità di comunicare i requisiti di business in un modo che sia direttamente comprensibile all’IT diventa un imperativo. CA ARD utilizza l’approccio Model Driven Testing per eliminare ambiguità nei requisiti, ottimizzando i cicli di test garantendo totale test coverage.
Data Governance continues to be a priority for Salesforce customers, whether they're fast-growing, small businesses, or larger organizations dealing with acquisitions, complex sales teams, and global markets.
When managing customer data, it's important that everyone in the organization treats it as a corporate asset. This requires understanding everywhere it will be used (including people, processes, and systems), then determining how to manage the data in a way that will meet the needs of both the users and the overall organization.
Join us to learn the best ways to get started and build a strong data governance and stewardship foundation.
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.