Delivering data migration & protection capabilities as a service in a heterogeneous storage environment is one of the biggest pain points for storage and application administrators. ViPR Controller is storage automation software that enables IT to deliver high-availability, disaster recovery, local data protection, data migration and copy management as a service. Learn about how the new capabilities in ViPR Controller allow application administrators to provision, protect and migrate their applications on EMC and non EMC platforms. Simplify the end to end management of not only the storage footprint but the entire data lifecycle.
Oracle EBS projects often exceed desired timelines and budget because they are constrained by data. Inflexible IT infrastructure and unwieldy processes often mean that it takes days or weeks to provision data to application teams. Data as a Service (DaaS) represents an entirely new approach to managing data that accelerates EBS projects by as much as 50%.
What You'll Learn:
Why effectively managing data is critical to EBS projects
What Data as a Service means to firms implementing, upgrading, and maintaining EBS systems
Why industry leaders such as Facebook, Cisco, and Macy’s have embraced Data as a Service
Please join HDI's, Executive Director, Certification & Training, Rick Joslin as he discusses the results from a recent HDI global research study that focuses on IT Service Management (ITSM) tools and processes organizations deploy to empower users with self-service. Learn how organizations successfully leverage self-service as well as what hurdles they encountered and the steps they took to improve their self-service capabilities.
So whether you are looking for validation, justification, or just want to get a sense of the latest ITSM tools and best practices, you don’t want to miss this webcast!
Attend this webcast to learn:
• What tools and/or process organizations deploy to encourage user self-service
• What benefits or hurdles organizations have experienced with user self-service
• How organizations have overcome the challenges around self-service
This event is approved for 1 Continual Professional Development (CPD) credit.
Wondering how to manage stringent SLA demands for complex networks that span distributed and mainframe environments, while simultaneously reducing your IT budget? Discover how you can dramatically improve performance and availability of your entire network by proactively managing it from a single point of control. What’s more, you’ll find out how to significantly reduce costs with total savings that might surprise you.
See how customers are leveraging advance analytics and automation to predictably prevent network problems and resourcefully plan for future network needs.
Take metrics and measurements to the next level: key performance indicators bring transparency into your data center management.
The data center was seen as a cost factor in the past, whereas for modern organizations it is the driver of business. Put a value to its contribution by measuring the right values. Rather than concentrating on technical details of data center operations, business oriented indicators put value to your data center output and allow you to involve your senior management.
In this webcast Oliver Lindner, Business Line Manager for Data Centers, gives you practical examples and shows how to design KPIs that fit your business needs.
Fibre Channel has been the ubiquitous connection of choice for connecting storage within the datacenter for over fifteen years. The start of the sixth generation is being celebrated by introducing a staggering leap in performance and new features.
We will discuss why fibre channel holds the enduring popularity it has as well as an in-depth look at the new Gen 6 features and what the future holds. We will discuss how fibre channel fits in with key datacenter initiatives such as Virtualization and the pervasive adoption of SSD.
As the threat landscape continues to evolve and expand, how best can your security solution adapt to the changes? To keep up with the pace, IT security needs quick and accurate information in order to identify and remediate these incidents. The new updates for Trend Micro OfficeScan and Trend Micro Control Manager offers you just that. A better security with products working together to provide customized defense to help you rapidly adapt and respond to this ever evolving threats.
Join this webinar to learn:
1.Trend Micro’s new technology to protect against Ransomware
2.What’s new with the release of OfficeScan 11 SP1 and Control Manager 6.0 SP3
3.How does our “Connected Threat Defense” fits in your company security
In this webinar Sandra will discuss the newly announced Intel® Network Builders Fast Track. This is the company’s next step in working with the networking industry to accelerate innovation in the network ecosystem. Through a combination of market development activities and Intel Capital investments Intel plans to help drive integration of solutions for deployment, accelerate interoperability across stack layers and across networks, and accelerate adoption of standards based technologies using Intel architecture with trials and deployments with industry leading service providers.
Sandra will explain what areas Intel will invest in to help drive integration of solutions for deployment, ensure interoperability across stack layers and across networks, and accelerate optimization of standards based technologies using Intel architecture in areas such as NFV/SDN, 5G and mobile edge computing with the goal of creating a faster path to deployment. Sandra will also provide insight into the programs Intel may invest such as the Solution Blueprint Program to develop use cases, the Intel® Network Builders University to drive technical education for the ecosystem and the creation of interoperability centers for testing compliance, performance tuning and testing.
Learn about Wide Band Multimode Fiber (WBMMF) -- the application drivers, multiplexing technology, parallel fiber transmission, and Short Wavelength Wave Division Multiplexing. This presentation will also review the cabling evolution roadmap and the WBMMF specification framework.
Avoid EMI while achieving longer distances and higher performance utilizing fiber optics for EtherNet/IP networks across manufacturing zones and devices. In this session, you’ll hear about physical layer best practices and understand proper fiber media selection for each physical layer in the EtherNet/IP network. We will review design recommendations and considerations to help you successfully deploy a robust and secure plant-wide implementation of EtherNet/IP.
Michael German, Global Enterprise Technical Director, CommScope
Managing physical connectivity layer in any data center is a challenge. In today’s fiber-rich, highly complex, ultra-high density environment of data centers it can seem virtually impossible. So more data centers are relying on automated infrastructure management (AIM) solutions to track and manage their growing network.
Join intelligent connectivity expert Michael German of CommScope for a look at the strategies behind the deployment of AIM systems in data centers
TIA-1179 specifies requirements for telecommunications infrastructure for healthcare facilities. In this webinar learn what the factors are that are driving this standard, the applications that are affected by it and how it differs from other current cabling infrastructure standards.
With today’s high data rate installations, loss budgets are very low and correct testing is paramount. Results from a global survey conducted by Fluke Networks show that more than 90% of contractors surveyed reported at least one problem and more than50% reported six problems on links installed over a 30 day time period! The time and cost for retesting installations is significant and can have a large impact on warranty coverage.
For new high-speed optical networks supporting 40Gbps and 100Gbps Ethernet over multimode fiber (MMF) that use MPO style connector systems, it is critical to have accurate data indicating the performance of the permanent links deployed in the network. It is also important to assure that the links that are deployed by end-users can meet the manufacturer's warranty requirements.
In this presentation, various test methods and best practices, and their impact on measurement accuracy, repeatability and reproducibility are discussed. Use cases for testing MPO-based cable plant supporting higher speed applications are developed with the support of new and recently introduced MPO test sets and reference MPO test cords.
As transmission speeds necessary to handle the growing daily network traffic of the data center increase, the migration from existing systems to 40G/100G requires a new optical fiber paradigm. For the first time, parallel optics is required to deliver the necessary speeds in the network. To use existing installed infrastructure efficiently and maintain the necessary fiber alignment, optical fiber cables constructed of fiber ribbons and associated connectivity provide a most efficient and cost effective solution to meet the needs of this network protocol.
Fiber optic connectors have been around for many years, nearly since the creation of optical fiber itself. A key component of optical fiber is its ability to transmit light signals over long distances without attenuation, in other words without light lost along the optical path. There are many types of connectors to choose from as well as methods to connectorize fiber cables.