Debunking the Myths: An Essential Guide to Software-Defined Networking (SDN)
Software-defined networking (SDN) represents an inflection point in the networking industry that holds the promise of eliminating legacy human middleware caused by the command-line interface and paves the way for automation, openness and innovation… but what is SDN and what is not SDN? Join Dave Tuc
Software-defined networking (SDN) represents an inflection point in the networking industry that holds the promise of eliminating legacy human middleware caused by the command-line interface and paves the way for automation, openness and innovation… but what is SDN and what is not SDN? Join Dave Tucker from HP Networking to learn how HP defines SDN and how this technology is the key to unlocking the business value of the network.
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As business demands faster delivery of quality applications, the design, development, testing, and production teams need to work collaboratively, smarter, and faster to remove bottlenecks in the software delivery cycle. In the world of DevOps, it is important for each team to work beyond their comfort zones to adopt new processes, new cultures, and new tools to drive the transformation across the enterprise and make an impact on the business.
In this web event, we will examine what challenges traditional “dev/test” teams face in moving faster and how they can start to remove these challenges.
Good quality software may not be enough to provide a brilliant user experience, but it’s clear that mobile apps with sluggish load times and cluttered interfaces will only push users away. To deliver a great user experience, mobile app developers and testers must continuously improve the quality and velocity of testing practices.
Join this web event to learn how to better test and deliver on mobile apps through the latest HPE Mobile Center innovations—from placing mobile analytics at the core of your testing practices to supporting the latest OS versions and devices.
You’ll also learn how to:
Improve the quality of your testing practices by using HPE AppPulse Mobile real-time analytics and sentiment analysis
Implement continuous testing into your mobile app development
Get an accurate picture of your end-to-end mobile performance by blending virtual users and real devices
Seamlessly report back on defects and provide feedback to your team on the design
If you are relying on HP OMi, NNMi or BSM for monitoring your 24/7 IT systems, you reliably and effectively respond to incidents impacting your service quality. With Derdack’s HPE certified application “Enterprise Alert”, your IT engineers and on-call teams get a mobile-app enabled tool to reliably receive alert notifications and to resolve incidents on-the-go, anywhere and anytime.
Discover how you can respond up to 10x faster to major incidents and improve service continuity.
What will you learn?
Never again miss critical alerts because of voice, text, IM and push alerting with automated tracking, escalations and on-call schedules
One-touch collaboration with experts, managers and peers from your smartphone to jointly discuss impacts and solutions
Trigger HPOO automation flows directly from your phone to troubleshoot and remedy incidents
The massive amount of data continuously flowing through today’s IT organizations has made problem detection and remediation infinitely more challenging. In addition, the associated costs and resources required has placed the need for automation at the forefront of CIO agendas.
According to a recent survey, 69% of IT professionals said that higher customer expectations was their biggest challenge in managing IT operations today – making finding and fixing problems quickly and efficiently that much more important.
Join us and learn from the IT Operations Analytics (ITOA) experts at Hewlett Packard Enterprise how HPE Operations Analytics can harness the power of machine learning to automate troubleshooting, set up alerts to help find problems before business and customers are impacted, and eliminate the need for war rooms.
While the value of your information is growing, security threats such as attacks or information theft are making headline news every day and becoming more serious. With SAP and HPE customers investing significantly in mobile solutions, web applications and customisations, it is critical now more than ever to invest in application security solutions.
Did you know?
43% of companies had a data breach in the past 2 years
84% of breaches occur at the application layer
75% of mobile applications fail basic security tests
It is 30x more expensive to fix issues in production than while in project phase
Please join this webinar where our presenter will share the current application security vulnerability situation, common challenges and the approach SAP has taken to ensure application security of its software using HPE Fortify solution.
In today's digital enterprise, an application is the face of the business. The ability to proactively monitor and manage user behavior is a must. Application teams need tools to provide a comprehensive look into what is happening within the applications in real time, and at the right level.
HPE AppPulse Suite offers synthetic monitoring, and real user behavior metrics to track user experience, as well as transaction tracing to the code level. It empowers application owners, developers, and IT to work collaboratively to detect and resolve issues, to lower app abandonment, and increase adoption rates.
Join us for this Webinar to learn from user experience professionals about a smarter UX monitoring solution that:
Emulates user actions and upholds SLAs
Measures everything impacting the user experience in real time
Traces user actions down to the line of code, exception and log files
Find and resolve app issues before your users do… Deliver one fantastic user experience!
After continuous updates since its inception, see how Service Anywhere continues to mature existing abilities while bringing together a broader range of ITSM, Project Management, and Asset Management capabilities, utilizing Big Data and social collaboration, to enable your workforce with connected intelligence.
On the Fly language translation
Managed Service Providers (MSPs) – Manage your own customers’ services using your new console
Increase engagement and user satisfaction
New Subscription methods for consumption of services and assets
Self-Service Portal improvements
Service Asset and Configuration Management Enhancements
Performance is always a high priority, check out the improvements
We know you will be excited to see the latest and greatest of Service Anywhere!
Software continues to change our world, and gaining or maintaining a competitive advantage demands that applications are delivered at a blistering pace, and with the highest quality.
In a world driven by continuous delivery, Agile and higher levels of automation, HPE would like to introduce you to the next generation platform to support how modern ALM is evolving.
HPE’s fully web-based platform will help your teams collaborate more easily, manage the software delivery pipeline, fully understand the impact of change, and help the team make the most informed project-decisions as they support the business.
In an age where we have billions of things connected, streaming media and on-demand business platforms, network traffic is growing at an unprecedented and exponential rate. Do you know how the network affects your app and website performance? Will your customers “hang in there” while your page is loading, so they can complete their purchase? And do you know what part of the code is really causing the "hang up”?
HPE Network Virtualization emulates real network behavior so you can validate and test applications to ensure that there are no failures in production and user experience will be above par after deployment. It also provides optimization recommendations on a code level for immediate remediation of issues and bottlenecks.
Join us on this web event to learn more about Network Virtualization and how it can ensure stellar app performance, satisfied customers, and a growing business.
Over the years and across organizations, strategies on federated vs decentralized continues to shift. Now with more individuals recognizing the need for Performance Engineering proven practices, what does that mean for the Performance Engineering Center of Excellence? Hear from a select few experts in this area and get their opinions on this topic and more, related to the Performance Engineering Center of Excellence today.
From this discussion, you will walk away with several key understandings, which you will be able to apply in your environment.
1] What is a Performance Engineering Center of Excellence?
2] How does a Performance Engineering Center of Excellence work?
3] Proven practices of a Performance Engineering Center of Excellence?
4] The evolution of a Performance Engineering Center of Excellence?
5] How does the Performance Engineering Center of Excellence change with Mobile, Cloud and DevOps, or does it not?
We will end the session opening up the floor for questions to our panel members.
Today’s IT environment is one of complexity – applications need to change rapidly to keep up with rising user expectations. There’s a multitude of devices, operating systems and app versions for IT to keep up with. And when something goes wrong?
The worst way to monitor performance and stability is to wait for users to complain – by then they will abandon your app.
Recent surveys find that 61% of App & Ops teams lack APM solutions featuring user experience dashboards – they lack the end-to-end visibility from the user action, to the network, to the line of code.
IT operations require a central view into their applications and infrastructure to be able to react fast to app performance and stability issues. HPE Operations Bridge brings everything together in a single-pane-of-glass to consolidate events and data from multiple disparate sources. But do the events feeds of your Operations Dashboard give you a good sense for how users are experiencing your apps and services?
During this Webinar, you’ll learn from user experience and performance monitoring experts how IT Ops can maintain a single-pane-of-glass for all applications within the organization whether Web, Mobile, desktop or SaaS apps. By integrating HPE AppPulse with HPE Operations Bridge, IT Ops can collaborate with apps teams to act quickly to resolve business critical events, and improve user experience.
DevOps, and its predecessor Agile development, provide a gateway to the best practice of “find and fix early.” However, allocating sufficient time and resources to thoroughly test your enterprise applications is a continual challenge – given the frequency and volume of change. With resource constraints and the limitations of today’s existing tools, many business-critical applications go minimally tested while the quality of these applications is fundamental to the business’ success.
In this session we’ll discuss 5 key strategies for improving QA and Delivery within a DevOps environment. Learn how to leverage advanced data-driven testing to dynamically validate your applications, while allowing you to easily and rapidly create and maintain your functional tests.
We’ll cover in-depth the features and integration of scriptless test automation to enable:
Broad Usability – reduce the time it takes to create and maintain tests, simplifying test development for the entire DevOps team
Reusability – build a growing library of test assets that can be leveraged by all users, to support multiple applications and end-to-end tests
Simplified Test Maintenance – easily detect changes with each new software iteration, and update tests automatically to ensure minimal delays in the DevOps process
Data-Driven – run multiple data sets against the same test and increase test coverage and agility
Hewlett Packard Enterprise recently announced the release of the latest Service Pack for the Functional Test Automation Solution.
In this latest release, HPE continues to invest in supporting a wide variety of technologies, expand the API testing and mobile testing capabilities and introduce some new integrations including HPE Network Virtualization.
In this webinar, we will cover what’s new in UFT 12.52 and BPT 12.52 and look at:
UFT’s new UI and API Testing capabilities
BPT features, including LeanFT for BPT
Enhanced and flexible reporting via the new HTML report
Your IT has profound commitments to on-premise applications, especially systems of record. Your users want to engage when accessing data and information, performing transactions and communicating. To bridge the fundamental disconnect in architecture between existing, reliable systems and the new contemporary and effective user-facing digital business processes, IT will need to determine key moments of engagement for reengineering. In this webinar we will present to you how HPE Propel 2.10 enables your users to engage with your existing systems more effectively and with greater satisfaction.
Some of the highlights of this webinar include:
Demonstrating key new functionality in HPE Propel 2.10, such as universal search, My services and smart link to support tickets, bi-directional communication on shopping requests, and much more
Demonstration of the enhanced integration with Service Now
Join us to learn how to add ITSM capabilities from your existing service desk systems to your cloud services.
Agile is changing how the IT portfolio and supporting applications are evaluated and managed. Please join this webinar to learn what’s new with HPE Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) and integrated application analysis. The session will include insights from the recent Gartner IIPA Magic Quadrant and how Agile project management can speed up the delivery of applications that need re-engineering.
In this webinar, we will:
Show how IIPA/APM can drive the transformation process implemented through PPM and Agile Manager
Review the integration capabilities of PPM and Agile Manager
Explore new integration possibilities between PPM and Agile Manager created through the new bi-directional APIs provided by Agile Manager
While cloud is all the rage, without effectively managed storage, most applications will experience capacity shortfall and/or performance issues. A recent survey* of IT administrators revealed that seventy percent of storage goes unused, creating an extra financial burden on users.
In this webinar you will learn about:
The state of the storage market
Finding and reclaiming lost storage
The additional complexity of virtualized environments
We will also give a demonstration of Storage Analytics.
Hear about Playtech’s story of a successful deployment of predictive analytics monitoring method. Playtech implemented the Predictive Analytics as a complementary monitoring to allow additional fault detection in places where standard monitoring can’t be applied. Using its business activity as a health indicator, problems are detected faster, sooner and even before it gets to a complete downtime.
Join us to hear about:
How monitoring your business metrics can provide another method of monitoring
How Predictive Analytics can help detect faults
Why dynamic thresholds can be better than static thresholds.
How easy it is to implement Predictive Analytics and help reduce the MTTR in your organization
In the latest version of HPE NNMi, see how you can seamlessly monitor your physical and virtual network infrastructure end to end. NNMi discovers and visualizes connectivity for virtual network appliances hosted in your VMware environment, and provides root cause analysis and troubleshooting for outages that occur at the virtual network edge. See these features in action, as well as the lineup of new capabilities in NNMi 10.10:
See new mapping and visualizations to explore the virtual network edge
Learn how NNMi tracks workloads as they migrate within the data center
Learn how events, incidents, and root cause analysis capabilities extend into the virtual network edge
Ori Bendet, Yossi Neeman, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Today’s applications are becoming more complex. From multi-layer applications, to micro-services to containers, QA & automation engineers are required to test more with less and without compromising the quality of the app.
In this session we’ll explain the pros & cons of testing at each of the different layers of the application and also share some best practices around Agile Testing. Everything will be demonstrated on a demo application built with the latest technology stack including NodeJS, REST APIs and MongoDB and tested using UFT 12.52.
The independent HP Software user community on BrightTALK
Join the Vivit Worldwide channel for unbiased, trusted, and field-tested best practices on HP Software products and solutions. You’ll also be able to hear from thought-leaders from around the world to help you tune in your day-to-day life to what will be happening in IT in the years ahead.