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Vendor Panel: Backup and Archiving in the Age of the Cloud

Jeff Boles, Taneja Group; Stephen Aldous, HP; Eric Carter, Riverbed; Mat Hamlin, Spanning; Rick Vanover, Veeam
Backup and archiving in the age of the cloud, where we'll discuss the fundamental challenges and the emerging capabilities that are taking customers down the path of new approaches to data backup and data retention in their on-premise and/or off-premise cloud infrastructures.

The panel will consist of leading thinkers from four vendors that represent the leading innovations for private and public cloud information protection and retention.
Jan 30 2014
62 mins
Vendor Panel: Backup and Archiving in the Age of the Cloud
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    The limitations, complexity and fragility of traditional storage are now being supplanted by cloud connected storage. This new model for file (unstructured data) storage combines the scalability, durability, flexibility and mobility of a cloud service with performance and security of a local NAS system. Join us to learn how this new model can empower collaboration across distant locations while making IT's life easier by eliminating costly problems such as backup, DR, distribution and replication associated with the typical storage stack.
  • The connected device has made our lives more mobile, efficient, flexible and easier to manage. Connected devices and apps help us with everything from fitness to managing our schedules and make music tailored to our current whim accessible and easy to play anywhere. Connected devices for our home such as thermostats, alarms and home automation, make managing our energy use simple and allow us to manage appliances and doors remotely. In the event of a problem they alert us so we can act wherever we are. Finally, the advantages of the connected device are making their way into our IT world.

    The limitations, complexity and fragility of traditional storage are now being supplanted by cloud connected storage. This new model for file (unstructured data) storage combines the scalability, durability, flexibility and mobility of a cloud service with performance and security of a local NAS system. Join us to learn how this new model can empower collaboration across distant locations while making IT's life easier by eliminating costly problems such as backup, DR, distribution and replication associated with the typical storage stack.
  • Inflexible, constrained, locked in, dependent are all terms we hear used to talk about the IT solutions being used in today’s datacenters. Datacenters are complex with a variety of physical, virtual, and cloud platforms for both computing and storage. Solutions that promise to make a datacenter more manageable, often lock you in to specific platforms or singular processes.

    Join this session with Andy Ebbs to learn about the top 10 technical capabilities needed to ensure that you are able to freely move your workloads to run on the best platform, and protect them wherever they are running.
  • The ability of public sector organizations to accomplish their missions depends on reliable connectivity. Now, more than ever, these network connections must be mobile, rugged, and secure – but most of all, they must be flexible.

    At the federal, state, and local level, as well as at institutions of higher learning, the opportunities to gain efficiency and manage budgets through mobile connectivity are increasing exponentially. Cradlepoint enables the public sector to quickly implement networking solutions that are powerful, flexible, easy to manage, and easy to scale; without busting tight budgets.

    Join us for a webinar to learn how Cradlepoint solutions make it easy for public sector organizations to adapt their networks to take advantage of 3G/4G LTE wireless to provide the strongest signal at the best price in any given location.
  • The “consumerization of IT” is largely represented by public cloud services. But when it comes to cloud file sync – a technology that is centered on storing, accessing, and sharing data – many businesses are taking pause at public hosting. In this BrightTALK exclusive webinar, learn why deploying cloud file sync in a private environment may be worth considering.
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  • IRM is leading the debate on risk culture. Drawing upon the wealth of practical experience and expert knowledge across the institute, we have developed guidance for organisations wanting a greater understanding of their own risk culture and practical tools that can be applied to drive change.

    As seen in the business press every day, embedding risk management into an organisation to the extent that it reliably makes a difference is a difficult task. To achieve this, boards must keep how to manage risks high on their agenda, and to continue asking themselves, whether they have the right culture, people and processes.

    What do we mean by risk culture?

    Risk culture is a term describing the values, beliefs, knowledge, attitudes and understanding about risk shared by a group of people with a common purpose, in particular the employees of an organisation. This applies to all organisations from private companies, public bodies, governments to not-for-profits.

    What does a good risk culture look like?

    An effective risk culture is one that enables and rewards individuals and groups for taking the right risks in an informed manner.
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    - What counts as an IT disaster?
    - What are the common causes?
    - How can you better prepare for an IT disaster?
    - Testing – what should you be testing and how often?
    - What level of reliability should you be striving to achieve?
    - How to maintain trust in your disaster recovery solution
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  • Using a Public Cloud for DR? Is it for Real? Apr 21 2015 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Moderator: Arun Taneja, Founder and Consulting Analyst, Taneja Group
    Enterprises of all sizes have started using the public cloud for some workloads. Backup and recovery and archiving are two prime examples of such workloads. But can the public cloud be used as a disaster recovery site? What are the pros and cons of such an approach? What best practices should apply? Is it only for small businesses that do not have a secondary site of their own? Or is there relevance even for larger organizations?
  • VMware Virtual Volumes – What impact will they have on the datacenter? Apr 2 2015 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Tom Fenton, Taneja Group; Eric Siebert, HP; Joel Kaufman, NetApp; Ben Bolles, NexGen
    Join us for a fast-paced and informative 60-minute roundtable as we discuss one of the hottest topics in the datacenter: VMware vSphere Virtual Volumes (VVOLs). VVOLs is the industry's first solution to enable native virtual machine-awareness across a broad range of SAN/NAS arrays. VVOLs will be packaged as a feature in VMware vSphere Standard Edition and above as well as in VMware vSphere ROBO editions, and is seeing a groundswell of interest from IT professionals, especially those involved in datacenter operations. The panel includes VVOL experts from four major vendors that have announced they will be implementing VVOLs into their storage. Some of the questions we will be asking them include: What immediate impact will VVOLs have on the datacenter? What should the early adopters look for in a VVOL-based storage solution? Should datacenters start to implement VVOLs right away or wait for VVOL.next?

    Panelists:
    Eric Siebert, Worldwide Solutions Marketing Manager; HP
    Joel Kaufman, VMware Technical Director; NetApp
    Ben Bolles, VP Products; NexGen Storage
  • Private and Hybrid Cloud – What Are Their Roles in a Modern Datacenter? Recorded: Mar 24 2015 63 mins
    Tom Fenton, Taneja Group; Steve Wilson, Citrix; Burzin Patel, Microsoft; Bryan Che, Red Hat; Mathew Lodge, VMware
    Join us for this informative 60 minute roundtable as we discuss how private and hybrid clouds fit into the modern datacenter. This panel includes top luminaries from major private and hybrid cloud providers. Some of the questions we will be asking include: Why use private and hybrid clouds instead of public clouds? Are all workloads suitable for these types of clouds? What are the economic factors that play into these types of clouds? Are they a transitional technology or the new normal?

    Panelists:
    Steve Wilson, VP Cloud Software, Citrix
    Burzin Patel, Director of Product Marketing, Microsoft
    Bryan Che, General Manager, Cloud Product Strategy, Red Hat
    Mathew Lodge, VP Product Marketing and Management, Cloud Services, VMware
  • How to Avoid Drowning in your Big Data Lake Recorded: Mar 11 2015 59 mins
    Mike Matchett, Taneja Group; Anant Chintamaneni, BlueData; Vince Hsu, IBM; Richard McDougall, VMware
    We know big data is growing and represents a huge opportunity to mine competitive business value. Some even propose landing all corporate data first in a big data lake to make it available for multiple downstream uses. And soon, all your data could be thought of as big data. But what happens with enterprise storage? How do we protect that big data and apply corporate storage governance? How do support storage workflows on the backend? In this panel, we'll discuss some of the hottest trends and newest solutions for storing, protecting, and leveraging big data in the corporate IT data center.

    Presenters:
    Mike Matchett, Taneja Group, Senior Analyst & Consultant (Moderator)
    Anant Chintamaneni, BlueData, Vice President of Products
    Vincent Hsu, IBM, Fellow and Storage CTO
    Richard McDougall, VMware, CTO Storage & Availability
  • The Efficient Data Center - Will It Be All-Flash Based? Recorded: Jan 22 2015 61 mins
    Mike Matchett, Taneja Group; Kevin Powell, IBM FlashSystem; Srinath Alapati, NetApp; Eric Herzog, Violin Memory
    Join us for this informative 60 minute roundtable as we discuss how flash is helping data centers become faster and far more efficient. This panel follows our previous all-flash panel with a whole new round of all-flash storage vendors. Some of the questions we'll be asking include: Is all-flash suitable for all workloads or is a hybrid approach enough? Is a scale-out flash approach superior? Can all-flash be as cost-effective as spinning disk?

    Hear from the following industry experts:
    Kevin Powell, ‎Business Line Program Director, IBM FlashSystem
    Srinath Alapati, Director, Flash, NetApp
    Eric Herzog, CMO & SVP of Alliances, Violin Memory
    Mike Matchett, Senior Analyst, Taneja Group
  • Hybrid Cloud Storage Management: Overcoming the Cloud Storage Challenge Recorded: Jan 21 2015 55 mins
    Mike Matchett, Taneja Group; Donald Bourque, NetApp; David Boland, NetApp
    The storage management challenges with hybrid clouds derive from their distributed architecture and disparate hosting that must be viewed as a single, seamless, end-to-end system. Successful implementation of hybrid cloud storage requires having the right IT infrastructure and management solution that provides key brokering functionality across mixed storage environments.

    Join us on this webinar to gain critical insight and understanding of the essential storage resource management capabilities of OnCommand Insight and how it moves beyond the basics to:

    •Provide end-to-end visibility of storage resources
    •Understand current workloads and determine if they can be supported cloud deployments
    •Optimize the storage infrastructure
    •Analyze risks, minimize downtime, and speed cloud deployment

    Presenters:
    •Mike Matchett, Senior Analyst & Consultant; Taneja Group
    •Donald Bourque, Product Mgt. TME, OnCommand Insight; NetApp
    •David Boland, Senior Product Marketing Manager; NetApp
  • Hybrid Cloud Storage Management: Overcoming the Cloud Storage Challenge (EMEA) Recorded: Jan 21 2015 47 mins
    Mike Matchett, Taneja Group; Donald Bourque, NetApp; David Boland, NetApp
    The storage management challenges with hybrid clouds derive from their distributed architecture and disparate hosting that must be viewed as a single, seamless, end-to-end system. Successful implementation of hybrid cloud storage requires having the right IT infrastructure and management solution that provides key brokering functionality across mixed storage environments.

    Join us on this webinar to gain critical insight and understanding of the essential storage resource management capabilities of OnCommand Insight and how it moves beyond the basics to:

    •Provide end-to-end visibility of storage resources
    •Understand current workloads and determine if they can be supported cloud deployments
    •Optimize the storage infrastructure
    •Analyze risks, minimize downtime, and speed cloud deployment

    Presenters:
    •Mike Matchett, Senior Analyst & Consultant; Taneja Group
    •Donald Bourque, Product Mgt. TME, OnCommand Insight; NetApp
    •David Boland, Senior Product Marketing Manager; NetApp
  • Vendor Panel: The New Shape of Software Defined Storage Recorded: Nov 13 2014 49 mins
    Mike Matchett, Taneja Group; Kelly Murphy, Gridstore; Rob Strechay, HP; Sam Werner, IBM; Irshad Raihan, Red Hat
    Come listen in as Taneja Group Sr. Analyst Mike Matchett explores the rapidly expanding world of Software Defined Storage with a panel of the hottest SDS vendors in the market. These panelists will no doubt come out swinging with their best definitions of Software Defined - we already know they don't see eye-to-eye. What does a true SDS solution need to offer, and how are they different from each other? How can SDS change the datacenter landscape? Is SDS a pre-req for the SDDC or hybrid cloud? Do we need SDS just to stay competitive as data storage needs continue to grow? Where should you start deploying SDS, or is it mature enough to even start today? Bring your best SDS questions for these panelists as we search for some Software Defined answers.
    Hear from the following:
    Gridstore: Founder & CTO: Kelly Murphy
    HP: Director, Product Marketing & Management - SDS: Rob Strechay
    IBM: Director, Storage and SDE Strategy: Sam Werner
    Red Hat: Product Marketing Lead, Big Data: Irshad Raihan
  • 2 Minutes on BrightTALK: The Role of Hardware in Software-Defined Storage Recorded: Oct 10 2014 3 mins
    Mike Matchett, Sr. Analyst, Taneja Group
    In this 2 minute segment, Mike Matchett of Taneja Group outlines who the biggest beneficiaries of software-defined storage are, the main misconceptions around SDS and the evolution of the storage market as a whole.

    Don't miss an expert panel moderated by Mike Matchett titled "The New Shape of Software Defined Storage" on November 13th: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/8609/129643

    Looking for more storage content? Choose form the many webinars in the upcoming Software-Defined Storage Summit on BrightTALK: https://www.brighttalk.com/community/storage/summit/sds
  • 2 Minutes on BrightTALK: The Benefits of Software-Defined Storage Recorded: Oct 10 2014 3 mins
    Mike Matchett, Sr. Analyst, Taneja Group
    Join us for 2 Minutes on BrightTALK as Mike Matchett from Taneja Group discusses the three biggest factors that are driving the adoption of software-defined storage: simplicity, flexibility and performance.

    Don't miss an expert panel moderated by Mike Matchett titled "The New Shape of Software Defined Storage" on November 13th: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/8609/129643

    Looking for more storage content? Choose form the many webinars in the upcoming Software-Defined Storage Summit on BrightTALK: https://www.brighttalk.com/community/storage/summit/sds
  • Make the Elephant Fly: How to make Hadoop 10x faster in 10 minutes Recorded: Sep 17 2014 44 mins
    Mike Matchett, Senior Analyst, Taneja Group; Nikita Ivanov, Founder & CTO, GridGain Systems
    Big data doesn't have to be slow. Now that you have identified and possibly even built functional Hadoop based big data applications that could deliver big value to your organizations, how can you easily make them work at operational speeds in production? Come listen in as Taneja Group Sr. Analyst Mike Matchett interviews Nikita Ivanov, CTO of GridGain, on why in-memory solutions for Hadoop can make all the difference for big data success. We'll explore what they do and how they work to speed up processing, how easy or hard they are to deploy and get working in the data center, and what the net impact can be. We'll also hope to talk about commercial vs. open source in the big data space, and what that means for the analytical community at large.
  • Vendor Panel: Comparing the Value of All-Flash Storage Solutions Recorded: Jun 11 2014 63 mins
    Mike Matchett, Taneja Group; Josh Goldstein, EMC; Ivan Iannaccone, HP; Ritu Jyoti, Kaminario; Vaughn Stewart, Pure Storage
    Join us for this informative 60 minute roundtable as we discuss how organizations should measure/compare flash solutions. Is all-flash suitable for all workloads or is a hybrid approach enough? Is a scale-out flash approach superior? Hear from the following panelists:
    EMC: Josh Goldstein, VP Marketing & Product Management - XtremIO
    HP: Ivan Iannaccone, Product Manager - HP 3PAR
    Kaminario: Ritu Jyoti, Chief Product Officer
    Pure Storage: Vaughn Stewart, Chief Evangelist
  • Proven ROI for Internet of Things (IoT) Data Center Infrastructure Market Recorded: Jun 9 2014 60 mins
    Mike Matchett, Senior Analyst at Taneja Group; Puneet Pandit, Co-founder & CEO, Glassbeam
    Internet of Things (Iot) is a hot trend in todays’ connected device economy. Every high-tech device in the data center industry - storage, servers, switches, application software, or any appliance – generates copius amounts of machine data that can be analyzed to help the manufacturer gain operational and strategic insights. These insights can assist in reducing costs to support customers by lowering mean time to resolution (MTTR) per case. They also enable manufacturers to build and sell specific value add services to their customers with the objective of being proactive, predictive and prescriptive in front of their top enterprise accounts. Finally, deep insights can be gleaned off this kind of machine data analytics, if done the right way, to funnel strategic information onto the future product roadmaps. All of these benefits are very quantifiable if there is a solution like Glassbeam in place in such markets.

    This webinar will discuss the right elements of such a solution, lay out the foundation of ROI with specific benefits, and discuss a case study with a Fortune 100 account of Glassbeam.
  • Top 5 Ways for IT/Dev Ops to Improve Database Performance Recorded: Apr 30 2014 17 mins
    Mike Matchett, Senior Analyst, Taneja Group
    The performance of databases often slows as data and business grows, users find new and demanding ways to leverage applications, and those applications mature and expand in functionality. Whenever a key database slows down, SQL or NoSQL, the business damage can be widespread and it usually becomes a high priority effort to remediate.

    At Taneja Group we’ve noted 5 major ways that IT operations can improve database performance, including a couple of quick and ready ideas that impose little risk or cost. In this 15 minute webcast, we'll look at why IT operations often gets the responsibility for database performance, and the IT-centric options they can pursue.

    Mike Matchett brings to Taneja Group over 20 years experience in managing and marketing IT datacenter solutions particularly at the nexus of performance, capacity and virtualization. Currently he is focused on IT optimization for virtualization and convergence across servers, storage and networks, especially to handle the requirements of mission-critical applications, Big Data analysis, and the next generation data center. Mike has a deep understanding of systems management, IT operations, and solutions marketing to help drive architecture, messaging, and positioning initiatives.
  • Vendor Panel: Backup and Archiving in the Age of the Cloud Recorded: Jan 30 2014 62 mins
    Jeff Boles, Taneja Group; Stephen Aldous, HP; Eric Carter, Riverbed; Mat Hamlin, Spanning; Rick Vanover, Veeam
    Backup and archiving in the age of the cloud, where we'll discuss the fundamental challenges and the emerging capabilities that are taking customers down the path of new approaches to data backup and data retention in their on-premise and/or off-premise cloud infrastructures.

    The panel will consist of leading thinkers from four vendors that represent the leading innovations for private and public cloud information protection and retention.
  • Big Data Storage Options for Enterprise Hadoop Recorded: Dec 10 2013 29 mins
    Mike Matchett, Senior Analyst, Taneja Group
    In this webcast, Sr. IT Analyst Mike Matchett from Taneja Group will briefly review the storage architecture of Hadoop and HDFS, and then examine some of the more prominent big data storage options for enterprises with data protection, integration, and governance concerns that might lead them to choose an advanced SAN/NAS solution over the default local DAS design.
  • Arun Taneja on Automated Storage (VMworld 2013) Recorded: Nov 15 2013 2 mins
    Arun Taneja, Founder, President and Consulting Analyst
    Arun Taneja provides perspective on what IT customers are looking for within storage virtualization and automated storage.
  • Jeff Boles on Converged Infrastructure (VMworld 2013) Recorded: Nov 15 2013 2 mins
    Jeff Boles, Senior Analyst / Director - Lab Validation Services
    Jeff Boles talks about convergence - the fusion of "storage", "network", and "compute", into one "converged" technology that vendors are offering today.
  • Jeff Boles on Software Defined Storage (VMworld 2013) Recorded: Nov 15 2013 2 mins
    Jeff Boles, Senior Analyst / Director - Lab Validation Services
    Jeff Boles provides perspective on the current software defined storage (SDS) solutions vendors are offering that seek lessen the complexity of the storage stack.
  • Arun Taneja on the Risks of Infrastructure Convergence (VMworld 2013) Recorded: Nov 15 2013 2 mins
    Arun Taneja, Founder, President and Consulting Analyst
    Arun Taneja speaks on the risks of infrastructure convergence, including choosing the right hypervisor and virtualizing multiple layers of storage.
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