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Getting The Most Out Of Your Flash/SSDs

Young Paik, Aerospike Director, Sales Engineering
One of the most important things you can do to improve the performance of your flash/SSDs with Aerospike is to properly prepare them. This Webinar will go through how to select, test, and prepare the drives so that you will get the best performance and lifetime out of them.
Feb 18 2014
55 mins
Getting The Most Out Of Your Flash/SSDs
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    As healthcare systems transition from “fee for service” to “fee for value” reimbursement models, there is an increasing focus to drive down 30-day re-admission rates, particularly for high risk patients. To this end, Sutter Health is piloting Project RED (Re-engineered Discharge) which leverages predictive analytics to identify high-risk patients and then prescribes alternative discharge workflows aimed at lowering the risk of re-admission.

    Join us as Kristen Wilson-Jones, Sutter RD&D CTO, shares how Sutter Health has leveraged MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform in an orchestrated plecosystem of technologies to power Project RED by enabling real-time patient risk scoring, clinical workflow management and bi-directional integration with Epic.

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    + How Sutter Health is lowering 30-day re-admission rates by re-engineeing clinical workflows
    + The need for connectivity to enable workflow re-design
    + Best practice in moving from an application-centric to a data object-centric connectivity approach
  • Modern performance tools and techniques can dramatically improve the user experience, reduce developer and ops frustration, lead to better utilization of infrastructure and allow you to smartly ship products to market faster.

    Working with many companies across all industries, we recognize the pitfalls and barriers to adopting DevOps. The Rackspace DevOps Automation team works with various tools every day to counteract these pitfalls. Join Product Manager @EricBrinkman as he shows you the technologies our DevOps Automation team uses, provide insight as to why they were chosen, and walk through a customer experience demo.

    This webinar will include:
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    •A look into the control panel
    •Demo of New Relic and Chef
    •Simulation of Rackspace customer experience
  • Gartner has predicted 18-20% growth in SaaS market, and expects it to hit US $22.1 billion by the year 2015. They have also measured that SaaS adoption rate has increased many fold in the last few years (almost 71% of enterprises use SaaS solutions).

    SaaS has come a long way from “hype” to “norm”. The key to this change is the confidence that has been built by the cloud/SaaS community by providing enterprise class security. Since, SaaS model of delivery has become a defacto standard of delivering products it’s critical for software providers to ensure that their SaaS product meets the required industry security standards. In this webinar, we will address the security aspects related to architecture, deployment and management of SaaS solutions.

    Key Takeaways:
    • Security considerations in each of the architecture layers
    • Data isolation risks and mitigation plans
    • Overview of CWE/SANS and OWASP Security threats
    • Data retention and termination policies
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  • Modern software development practices dominated by component-based engineering and short development cycles have largely been a catalyst for rapid advancements in technology. These practices, however, have also resulted in an epidemic of known vulnerabilities baked into third-party software components of IoT applications and devices. These widespread security flaws, many of which are critical in nature, often remain unnoticed or unaddressed throughout the software or device lifecycle, posing significant risks to the people and organizations that rely on them.

    As software continues to permeate the ever-expanding Internet of Things, software vulnerabilities represent a greater and greater threat. IoT devices, like traditional computers, run on software that is susceptible to malicious attacks. As more devices become connected, understanding how to identify and manage security vulnerabilities within widely used third-party software components is critical for all stakeholders, including manufacturers and end-users.

    In this webinar, our diverse panel of security experts will:
    •Propose an expanded definition and understanding of IoT and the stakeholders at risk
    •Present research highlighting the pervasiveness of vulnerabilities in third-party software components of IoT devices
    •Draw some conclusions about the state of software security in IoT today
    •Discuss some simple approaches to addressing these problems
  • The Identity and Access Market (IAM) is undergoing exciting changes. Increased cloud adoption, cyber-threats and the speedy adoption of mobile computing is affecting how enterprises approach access security and authentication.

    Getting insight into these trends can help you prepare your organization for better and more effective Identity and Access policies during the coming year.

    Join us on for a webinar on “IAM and Authentication Trends in 2015”, on March 24, 2015, where you can hear all about Identity and Access trends and developments from an industry expert.
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    Why DevOps is the answer to Digital Transformation
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    Join Johan Hybinette, HOSTING Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), as he discusses the benefits and risks associated with CaaS. Drawing upon his 20+ years’ of experience in information security and compliance, Johan will also offer tips for selecting the right CaaS for your business. Bring your questions and leave with the information you need to confidently invest in a CaaS solution.
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    Learn:
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    •How easy it can be to use native capabilities of Java and .NET to protect your applications
    •Use cases to get you started.

    Help lead your enterprise to a stronger, more effective security program.
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    •Top reasons why people choose the cloud
    •Top reason why people think the cloud isn’t the best fit for them
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    •How do you scale?
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    •How does the hybrid cloud help secure your application?
    •So how do you build a hybrid environment?


    About the Speakers

    Matt Shover:
    Matt Shover is the manager of RackConnect Operations at Rackspace, where he leads a passionate team of Rackers that work to seamlessly connect Rackspace's Dedicated and Cloud offerings -- turning customer challenges into awesome outcomes. He holds an MBA in finance from California State University, Hayward and has been a Racker for over eight years.

    Joseph Palumbo:
    As a founding member and architect of both the Rackspace Cloud’s Managed Operations service level and Launch Team, Joseph has spends half his time teaching customers about the cloud and the other half learning from his customers what the cloud can do. When he’s not writing blog posts, recording podcasts or making videos, he can be found discussing innovation with other Rackers and wishing paper documents had a built-in search function.
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  • Big Data Use Cases and How to Choose the Right Tech Stack for your App Recorded: Dec 3 2014 55 mins
    Jeff Kelly, Wikibon Principal Analyst
    The explosion of data offers enterprises and start-ups alike virtually limitless possibilities for new, innovative data-driven applications. Too often, however, practitioners choose the technology to support new applications before the use cases are fully baked out resulting in poor performance and untapped potential. Join Wikibon Big Data Analyst Jeff Kelly, Applovin Founder and CTO John Krystynak and Aerospike co-Founder and CTO Brian Bulkowski in this hour-long webinar as they discuss why application use cases should drive technology decisions and how Applovin applies this approach to help its customers optimize the mobile experience.

    Speaker Bios:

    John Krystynak, AppLovin CTO
    John co-founded AppLovin in 2011, where he leads engineering and develops mobile advertising technology that enables brands to acquire and re-engage customers on mobile.

    Jeff Kelly, Wikibon Principal Analyst
    As Wikibon’s lead Big Data analyst, Jeff Kelly applies a critical eye to trends and developments in the Big Data and business analytics markets, with a strong focus on helping practitioners deliver business value.

    Brian Bulkowski, Aerospike CTO
    Brian has 20-plus years experience designing, developing and tuning networking systems and high-performance Web-scale infrastructures. He founded Aerospike after learning first hand, the scaling limitations of sharded MySQL systems and saw the need for a high performance database that would empower all developers.
  • SmaRTB: Gaining a Competitive Edge with User-Defined Functions Recorded: Aug 7 2014 30 mins
    SmaRTB CEO Evan MacZura & CIO Aaloan Miftah
    SmaRTB is a fast-growing self-serve real-time bidding (RTB) mobile ad network that handles more than 70,000 impressions every second and 100 billion ads a month globally. In this webinar, SmaRTB CEO Evan MacZura and CIO Aaloan Miftah will talk about the SmaRTB platform and it’s use of Aerospike. The talk will include a comparison of Aerospike and other popular SQL and NoSQL solutions, as well as a review of how User-Defined Functions (UDFs) are implemented in Aerospike and other databases. They will describe the fundamental design patterns in Aerospike, how the SmaRTB platform uses Aerospike as a fast user profile store, and will include a deep dive into how UDFs are used for competitive advantage.

    ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:

    CEO, Evan MacZura
    Entrepreneur from Tulsa, Oklahoma with a background in software, marketing, and business management. Previously developed in-house applications that played a critical role in the success of online ad campaigns.

    CIO, Aaloan Miftah
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  • The CAP Theorem and a practical approach to ACID Recorded: Jul 1 2014 53 mins
    Srini Srinivasan, Aerospike VP of Engineering & Sunil Sayyaparaju, Aerospike Engineering Lead
    What is CAP? What does ACID mean for distributed databases? How do you maintain strong consistency in an AP system under heavy read/write loads?

    In this one-hour webinar, Aerospike founder & VP of Engineering & Operations Srini Srinivasan, and Engineering Lead Sunil Sayyaparaju, will review the principles of the CAP Theorem and how they apply to the Aerospike database. They will give a brief technical overview of ACID support in Aerospike and describe how Aerospike’s continuous availability and practical approach to avoiding partitions provides the highest levels of consistency in an AP system. They will also show how to optimize Aerospike and describe how this is achieved in numerous real world scenarios.
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    Anton Yazovskiy, Solution Architect, Thumbtack Technology
    In this webinar, Anton will explain the main advantages of NoSQL and common use cases in which the migration to NoSQL makes sense. You will learn about key questions that you have to ask before migration, as well as important differences in data modeling and architectural approaches. Finally, we will take a look at typical application based on RDBMS and will migrate it to NoSQL step by step.

    Key topics that will be covered:

    * Why would you want to migrate to NoSQL
    * Conceptual differences between RDBMS and NoSQL
    * Data modeling and architectural best practices
    * "I got it. But what exactly I need to do?" - Practical migration steps

    Anton has been an active user of many NoSQL databases, including Cassandra, MongoDB, MarkLogic, Aerospike and HBase. Like many people, he learned some of the difficulties behind polyglot persistence and choosing the right NoSQL solution the hard way, and performed many migrations of systems, from relational to NoSQL databases. His goal with this webinar is to help others avoid common pitfalls while learning more about NoSQL solutions in general and the migration process in particular.

    ABOUT THE PRESENTER
    Anton Yazovskiy is a Software Engineer at Thumbtack Technology, where he focuses on high-performance enterprise architecture. He has presented at a variety of IT conferences and “DevDays” on topics such as NoSQL and MarkLogic.
  • The BlueKai Playbook for Scaling to 10 Trillion Data Transactions a Month Recorded: Apr 3 2014 43 mins
    Ted Wallace, BlueKai Vice President of Data Delivery
    Recognized on the “Forbes’ List of Most Promising Companies”, data management platform BlueKai is no stranger to innovation. Their Data Activation Platform currently manages 5 to 10 trillion data transactions per month in real-time. Aerospike founders Brian Bulkowski and Srini Srinivasan will join Ted Wallace in this 45-minute webinar to discuss how BlueKai is pushing the limits of speed and scale with the Aerospike in-memory NoSQL database.

    What you will learn in this webinar:

    •How BlueKai’s infrastructure scales to meet the demand of processing massive amounts of data while decreasing response times.

    •How BlueKai is pushing the envelope on processing speeds to meet strict 5-millisecond service-level agreements.

    •Why they chose to deploy the Aerospike database across all three data centers to make efficient use of SSD storage through its flash-optimized architecture.


    About the presenter:

    Ted Wallace is the Vice President of Data Delivery at BlueKai. Prior to joining BlueKai, Ted was an Amazon veteran where he held several roles over more than a decade: building Amazon's core website technologies, expanding Amazon's teams into Ireland, leading teams in Amazon's Personalization group, and finally as the Senior Manager of Amazon's Networking team at Amazon Web Services.
  • Snappy Growth at Snapdeal: How It Scaled by 500% Recorded: Mar 12 2014 36 mins
    Amitabh Misra, Snapdeal Vice President and Head of Engineering
    Follow in the footsteps of one of the most successful online e-commerce companies in the market and learn what it takes to expand your business while maintaining a stable infrastructure.

    Snapdeal is India's largest online marketplace, with over 20 million members, 500-plus product categories and 20,000-plus sellers. Since opening their virtual doors in 2010, Snapdeal has grown at a phenomenal rate, culminating in a 500% increase in business last year.

    What you will learn in this webinar:

    •First-hand insight of the challenges of navigating a young company through a competitive market

    •A close look at the architecture of the Snapdeal infrastructure

    •How the Snapdeal executive and technical teams dealt with the challenges of responding to a fast-growing customer base

    •When and how to lay the groundwork for future growth

    Snapdeal Vice President and Head of Engineering Amitabh Misra will join Aerospike founders Brian Bulkowski and Srini Srinivasan to discuss his vision for Snapdeal, challenges faced, choices made along the way, and how they are planning for future growth.
  • Getting The Most Out Of Your Flash/SSDs Recorded: Feb 18 2014 55 mins
    Young Paik, Aerospike Director, Sales Engineering
    One of the most important things you can do to improve the performance of your flash/SSDs with Aerospike is to properly prepare them. This Webinar will go through how to select, test, and prepare the drives so that you will get the best performance and lifetime out of them.
  • Configuring Aerospike - Part 2 Recorded: Jan 23 2014 47 mins
    Young Paik, Aerospike Director, Sales Engineering
    Configuring storage. This webinar covers how to configure storage for Aerospike. It includes a discussion of how Aerospike uses Flash/SSDs and how to get the best performance out of them.
  • Configuring Aerospike - Part 1 Recorded: Jan 21 2014 51 mins
    Young Paik, Aerospike Director, Sales Engineering
    Basic concepts and high level configuration. This webinar is a basic overview of the Aerospike database and presents an introduction to configuring the database service.
  • Go Beyond Virtualization with Bare-Metal Cloud Recorded: Jan 14 2014 34 mins
    Adam Weissmuller, Director of Product Management, Agile Hosting, Internap
    Organizations have been turning to cloud infrastructure in an effort to cut IT costs and capitalize on technology innovations. But just a few short years into the cloud revolution, new options have emerged to meet the growing demand for high-performance cloud solutions.

    Workloads that require more processing power and faster access to data can put stress on traditional, virtual clouds, causing unacceptable variability and lackluster performance. For IO or CPU intensive use cases like, location analysis, real-time monitoring, or media processing, bare-metal clouds are emerging as an ideal alternative.

    The bare-metal cloud offers a dedicated environment without the overhead of virtualization, allowing the server’s operating system and applications to maintain the most efficient use of physical resources.

    Attend this webinar to learn:
    •What are bare-metal clouds and how do they work?
    •What are the main advantages of using bare-metal clouds?
    •What are some typical use cases for bare-metal clouds?
    •How can you leverage bare-metal cloud to accelerate big data performance?
  • Intro to Aerospike Recorded: Jan 8 2014 38 mins
    Young Paik, Aerospike Director, Sales Engineering
    Whats the buzz about? When it comes to NoSQL, what do some of the most experienced developers know about NoSQL that makes them select Aerospike over any other NoSQL database?

    This webinar will review how real-time big data driven applications are changing consumer expectations and enterprise requirements for operational databases that enable powerful and personalized customer experiences. We will describe common use cases, typical customer deployments and present an overview of Aerospike's hybrid in-memory (DRAM + Flash) and scale-out architecture.
  • Hot Analytics & Transaction Processing in a single Operational NoSQL Database Recorded: Oct 22 2013 63 mins
    Srini Srinivasan, Aerospike, Co-founder & VP Engineering & Ops
    As a developer, if you are building a consumer facing application, you are always looking to create the most compelling user experience by performing instant, on-demand analysis of current behavior. To do this, you need to store the most valuable and relevant recent data based on user's recent interactions and access this data in real-time. The system that provides the necessary real-time platform is usually a key value store. In addition, models are generated using offline systems (e.g., Hadoop) and fed into the real-time database on a periodic basis.

    The ability to do fast key value operations, combined with more sophisticated queries on recent or hot data could change the game, increasing the level of user engagement, with more sophisticated behavioral models that change in real time. What is the most efficient and simplest way to perform complex computations on the most recently written real-time data (hot analytics)? In this session, we will describe how to extend an operational database to perform more sophisticated computations like queries using secondary indexes and complex user-defined aggregation functions while allowing high performance read/write transactions to proceed in real-time.
  • Ensuring 100 Percent Database Uptime for Real-Time Big Data Recorded: Aug 21 2013 40 mins
    Brian Bulkowski, Founder and CTO, Aerospike
    Internet environments for consumer-facing applications routinely demand high throughput and sub-millisecond latencies for read/write transactions against terabytes of data, and service-level agreements demand 100% uptime.

    This session will review 10 proven practices for ensuring the high performance and availability that interactive Internet applications demand—even during power outages or natural disasters.

    The lessons include:

    -When scaling, keep it the architecture simple, so there are fewer points of failure. For instance, load balancers may fail at high transaction rates even as the database is cruising.

    -Provide full end-to-end automation. People make mistakes, and anything that’s not automated will have production issues.

    #3. Keep the system asynchronous; otherwise one small failure will quickly snowball into an avalanche of degradation.

    -Keep metrics of everything, because scale tends to creep up from behind, and no one wants to be caught blind.

    Tune in to hear them all!
  • Distributing Data the Aerospike Way Recorded: Jul 24 2013 42 mins
    Young Paik, Aerospike Director, Sales Engineering
    What makes the Aerospike database faster, scalable and more efficient than the others? Aerospike uses a distribution strategy that allows not only for maximum performance but continued operation through catastrophic failures. This webinar covers:

    How Aerospike achieves even data distribution
    How data is redistributed when nodes are added
    What happens when you add capacity

    These methods result in uninterrupted, maximum throughput.
  • NoSQL Convergence: Why high-traffic applications must focus on key-value storage Recorded: Jun 6 2013 46 mins
    Ben Engber, CEO, Thumbtack Technology
    In this webinar we will cover the similarities between Document Databases, Column-Family Databases, and Key-Value stores. We will discuss how they end up being used in practice. We will take an overview of how these systems are accessed at a high-level, then examine some specific use cases such as time series data. We will look at an implementation scenario, and discuss how having a high-performance key-value engine is critical for applications under heavy load.
  • Scaling Distributed Systems with 100% Uptime Recorded: May 14 2013 52 mins
    Srini Srinivasan, Aerospike, Co-founder & VP Engineering & Ops
    A can’t miss learning opportunity for CTOs, VPs of Engineering, senior developers, database architects and anyone scaling distributed systems that demand high throughput and sub-millisecond latencies for read/write transactions against terabytes of data – with 100% uptime.

    This presentation will examine the architectural approaches and challenges of managing real-time big data, including real-time prioritization techniques, the benefit of SSD vs. DRAM for these use cases and deployment and hardware considerations.

    Anchoring these discussions will be real-world use cases and examples of how some of the biggest real-time big data applications are able to reliably respond 99.9% under 5 milliseconds and 99% under 1 millisecond managing billions of objects and terabytes of data.
  • Redefining Fast, Big Data with NoSQL and Flash (SSDs) Recorded: Apr 9 2013 30 mins
    Brian Bulkowsi, Aerospike Founder and CTO
    This is the year of Fast, Big Data. Unprecedented volumes of structured and unstructured data are being generated at high velocity via sensors, RFID chips, and Web / social / mobile interactions. Today’s new generation of high value consumer-facing applications lies in real-time responses based on what users are doing now. Increasingly, the developers of these applications are turning to a combination of SSD storage and NoSQL databases to deliver highly relevant, high-value data and actionable insights in milliseconds. Aerospike CTO and co-founder, Brian Bulkowski, will examine this emerging generation of fast big data applications, the demands these apps place on databases and data storage, and recent architectural developments in NoSQL database and SSD storage technologies to address these demands.
  • Aerospike - NoSQL Database Built Ground Up for Internet Scale Recorded: Mar 12 2013 2 mins
    Brian Bulkowski, Aerospike CTO and co-founder and big data expert, Dave Feinleib
    It is, without a doubt, time for a new database. The solution has arrived with Flash storage and Aerospike. Built for the radically changing times of Internet scale, Aerospike is a robust, distributed database that serves true Internet scale load.
  • Zero Downtime with Aerospike Recorded: Mar 5 2013 3 mins
    Dr. Srini Srinivasan: co-founder, VP of Engineering and Ops and Dave Feinleib: big data expert discuss.
    Co-founder, Dr. Srini Srinivasan talks about building Aerospike from the ground up with focus on networking, self management and shared nothing architecture for zero downtime and ability to scale with the fundamental database principles of consistency.
Open Source, In-memory NoSQL database for real-time big data
Aerospike is the open source, front-edge database powering a new generation of interactive, real-time Web and mobile applications that operate at global scale. It is the first flash-optimized, in-memory NoSQL database to combine transactions and “hot” analytics with strong ACID consistency and enterprise-grade reliability. Purpose built to make scaling easy and affordable, it enables all developers to take advantage of predictable, sub-millisecond latency for distributed caching, session management, user profile and key value store use cases. In production non-stop for nearly four years, Aerospike is deployed at real-time big data companies like AppNexus, eXelate, Chango and [x+1]. Aerospike is headquartered in Silicon Valley. Investors include New Enterprise Associates, Columbus Nova Technology Partners, Alsop Louie, and Draper Associates. Download the open source Aerospike Community Edition at www.aerospike.com and follow @aerospikedb.

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