How up to date is your datacenter? Is it a traditional monolithic datacenter? Is it converged or hyper-converged? Is it cloud ready? Are you ready for the next generation Datacenter 4.0? This webinar answers looks at the various generations of data centers and helps you to decide which generation of data center is right for you by examining the pros and cons of the different approaches.
Ben Woo, principal analyst, Neuralytix and Karen Hsu, head of growth, BlockCypher
While there has been a lot of talk around the use of blockchain for crypto-currencies, the technology has much broader applications. Large financial institutions, healthcare, and other companies and governments have estimated that blockchain technology will save their industries billions of dollars. But what's the reality? In this session you'll hear from the leader in BlockChain Web Services, BlockCypher, and Neuralytix discuss:
- Why use blockchain technology
- Blockchain case studies
- Use cases that work-- and don't
- Getting started and best practices
Ben Woo, Principal Analyst for Neuralytix & Rob Commins, VP Corporate Marketing for Tegile
NVMe is a new technology, capable of delivering very high performance and low latency. But most of the conversation has been around the technical innovation. There are wonderful new opportunities, business opportunities that NVMe can expose. This webinar will look at use cases for NVMe in your organization, and how it's integration can enable your business to profit from the technology.
Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) is not just a passing fad. It is the new way datacenters will be designed moving forward. Like cloud datacenters, on-premise datacenters must also exhibit agility, flexibility, performance, reliability, and scalability at a cost that is aligned with usage.
In this webinar, the audience will learn about the evolution of HCI, various use cases, and best practices with respects to how and where to deploy. The webinar will be balanced with the business case for HCI.
Each year, Neuralytix puts together our top outlooks for the coming year, and examines the technologies and directions that will make a difference for enterprises with respect to how they are going to achieve the best advantage from leveraging their technology. Following is this year’s outlooks, and what Neuralytix should be the priorities for 2017.
In this webinar, Neuralytix, a leading global IT industry analyst firm, discusses how and why software-defined datacenters are the datacenters of the future. We posit that all future datacenter architectures will be software driven, and that as a result, it will prove to not only be the most agile, but the most economical and innovative way organizations can stay ahead.
In this webinar, Neuralytix, a leading global IT industry analyst firm, discusses what Software-Defined Storage (SDS) is, and how it will inevitably become the de facto standard for storage systems in the future.
Whether your organization is making the shift from a data center to cloud storage, partially or fully software-defined, it's important to know what are the benefits and what are the potential risks and challenges. How can you secure your servers, successfully store your data and still maintain workplace efficiency and productivity? Join us to learn when, how and why these storage systems will be in your company's future.
The All Flash Datacenter (AFDC) is no longer a myth. It is a reality. But it should not be a reality for every enterprise. Understand what the ramifications of the AFDC are to your organization. Understand the KPIs required for a successful deployment.
Software-Defined Storage (SDS) has garnered a lot of attention during 2014. As we look forward to 2015, will SDS continue to be a mainstream technology, or will it turn out to be short lived? This presentation will look at the impact of SDS in 2015 and beyond.
Big Data projects do not always require new storage. In fact, the best Big Data projects can leverage existing storage solutions. This presentation will look at how you can make your existing storage work for Big Data.
Ben Woo, Neuralytix; Justin Erickson, Cloudera; Robert Greene, Oracle;
Things move fast in a big data world – and that’s exactly why NoSQL is the darling of anyone with absurd amounts of data that needs to scale quickly. Now that NoSQL is coming into its own, what’s next? How will it continue to solve big data problems and adapt to existing challenges? What are the most exciting developments in the field, and what’s on the horizon for 2014?
Join this live roundtable with NoSQL experts to learn about NoSQL, why it matters, where it’s going, and what’s changing.
Cloud storage has a lot of advantages. Many of them are upfront and economical. However, like most things in technology, there is a lifespan. Recently, Nirvanix, a leading cloud storage provider decided to shut its doors with little notice. This webinar discusses the considerations that go along with situations like these, and looks at what a cloud storage user can do to prevent or at least mitigate some of the negative outcomes.
For almost a decade now, the ultimate demise of tape has been predicted. Yet, tape continues to grow, and with the increasing regulatory environment in which we live, there are new opportunities for using tape in the enterprise.
Moderator: Ben Woo, Neuralytix, Inc; Brendan Collins, HGST; Andrew Renz, Code42
As data continues to grow at an alarming rate, IT will need to be smarter on how they store their data as much as how much storage they purchase. In this panel, experts from HGST and Code42 will discuss how data growth is affecting the storage industry in regards to cold storage, HDDs, back up and archiving and best practices to developing a comprehensive storage strategy.
Of all the hardware infrastructure in an enterprise, the storage infrastructure is arguably the most critical to a successful Big Data implementation. In today's information age, Big Data can be the difference having a competitive advantage or being a market laggard.
In 2013, the big buzzwords that have been casually thrown around will evolve into serious business opportunities for both vendors and end-users. Many significant decisions will be made by CIO's that will affect how the IT department's role within an enterprise.
In this outlook to 2013, Neuralytix will provide an outlook to how the IT industry will evolve. Topics include:
- Big Data
- Social Networking
Neuralytix will also look at some of the best practices that CIOs need to implement to stay relevant in 2013.
Big Data comes with it a connotation that it's only for companies with petabytes of data, or very "big" enterprises. This webinar will illustrate how Big Data technologies apply to enterprises of all sizes. by providing examples of how Big Data technologies are being used by "everyday" companies.
Peter Judge, TechWeek Europe; Alex McDonald, SNIA; Ben Woo, formerly of IDC; Hillel Kolodner, VISION Cloud
With everyone talking about cloud storage, you would think it would be the end-all solution for many organizations wanting a better storage strategy for their infrastructure. However, is it a strategy you should be looking at? Join this panel of storage experts as they jump into the cloud to see when cloud storage is worth it and when it isn't.
This presentation will cover topics such as:
- the definition of cloud storage
- security and legal issues
- management problems by incorporating cloud into your storage strategy
- the future of cloud storage and new technologies