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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  • McAfee is unique among secure web gateway solution providers with its hybrid delivery model, which provides the flexibility to deploy a web gateway on-premises, in the cloud, or in combination. In this session, McAfee will discuss details of the hybrid web protection deployment model and the various elements that comprise it, along with provide guidance on to choose the deployment scenario that best addresses your organization’s specific business needs.
  • Mobile workers are increasingly demanding access to mission-critical data and apps from personal smart phones, tablets and laptops. However, co-mingling of personal and business data and apps on mobile devices creates risk of business data loss and introduction of malware. What are the risks and what technologies can businesses deploy to enable productivity while protecting from these threats ?

    •Learn about the risks introduced when personal and business data and apps co-mingle on mobile devices
    •Learn about available technologies and technology trends to address these risks.

    Join Dell to understand the risks introduced when personal and business data co-mingle on mobile devices and technologies to consider to protect corporate data.
  • Forty-four states, DC and four territories have adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). This means that school districts across the country are planning for 100% online assessments during the 2014-2015 school year. One of the most important conditions needed for being able to administer online assessments is network infrastructure readiness.
    Attend this 30-minute webinar and join Gavin Lee, Senior K-12 Business Development Manager at Juniper Networks, to discuss the critical network must-haves that all school districts should consider when looking to deploy a robust and supportable network. You will also receive practical guidance on how to get the most out of your network infrastructure and how to best prepare for the CCCSS assessments:
    • Consortia network infrastructure
    • Wired and wireless network capabilities
    • Robust network security
    • Network support readiness
    • Juniper Networks network infrastructure readiness resources
  • Forty-four states, DC and four territories have adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). This means that school districts across the country are planning for 100% online assessments during the 2014-2015 school year. One of the most important conditions needed for being able to administer online assessments is network infrastructure readiness.
    Attend this 30-minute webinar and join Gavin Lee, Senior K-12 Business Development Manager at Juniper Networks, to discuss the critical network must-haves that all school districts should consider when looking to deploy a robust and supportable network. You will also receive practical guidance on how to get the most out of your network infrastructure and how to best prepare for the CCCSS assessments:
    • Consortia network infrastructure
    • Wired and wireless network capabilities
    • Robust network security
    • Network support readiness
    • Juniper Networks network infrastructure readiness resources
  • David Moule, Manager of IT Security Operations at Allied Irish Bank, discusses how AIB has leveraged Modulo Risk Manager™ to mature their Vulnerability Management process, remedy “on the fly” VM needs, and successfully navigate an internal audit.
  • Now that NIST has published Version 1.0 of the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity, the long awaited CSF, what are the implications for companies? How can the CSF help your business improve its defenses? Cameron camp investigates.
  • Deploying and managing network security at remote locations can be time consuming and expensive. McAfee Next Generation Firewalls give your organization a simple solution for centrally deploying, managing and updating remote locations. No technical skills are required to install at remote locations, freeing your skilled staff to focus on more important security management.

    Join us for an in-depth look at how plug-and-play deployment and remote management can reduce manual effort, reduce costs, and improve your network service. Steve Smith, Senior Technical Manager at McAfee, will review how the McAfee NGFW can be installed and up and running in a matter of minutes using our cloud-based installation server. He will also review how the McAfee NGFW Security Management Center gives you remote management and enterprise-wide situational awareness.
  • 10 minute "whiteboard" style video that explains what Quorum does and the unique value for mid-market organizations
  • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) places unique performance demands on storage. During the course of the day the I/O traffic changes from heavy read, to heavy write and then ends with a mixture of read and write requirements. This workload profile is so unique that many VDI planners end up selecting a dedicated storage solution for their VDI environment.

    Join Storage Switzerland and Fusion-io for the live webinar event "Avoid the Waste of a VDI-only Storage Solution”.

    In this webinar, you will learn:
    1. The challenges associated with deploying storage for VDI
    2. How current solutions attempt to solve these problems
    3. How to save money by supporting VDI and other application workloads on the same storage
  • Autonomic Software significantly expands the capabilities of McAfee ePO. Autonomic’s three suites are all integrated into ePO with no need for separate console, databases, and reports. They are “As McAfee As McAfee”!

    Autonomic Patch Manager, EndPoint Manager and Power Manager suites provide improved security, and managing of end points, at virtually no charge when incorporating Power Manager.

    Join McAfee and its 2013 MVP Partner of the Year to learn how the integrated solution provides:
    • Increases Scalability – Delivery of patches to both large organizations and small-to-mid-sized organizations
    • Reduces Costs - Using Power & Patch Management Suites
    • Simplifies Complexity - Maintains a secure environment with minimal human intervention using EndPoint Suite
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  • Top 5 Ways for IT to Improve Database Performance Apr 30 2014 5:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    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 30 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
    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
    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 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 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 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 speaks on the risks of infrastructure convergence, including choosing the right hypervisor and virtualizing multiple layers of storage.
  • Jeff Boles on Software Defined Datacenters (VMworld 2013) Recorded: Nov 15 2013 2 mins
    This is a short video filmed at VMworld 2013 in San Francisco, CA. Jeff Boles explains whether SDDC is "real" or "hype".
  • Storage in a Software-Defined World [Live Roundtable] Recorded: Nov 14 2013 63 mins
    The data center of yesterday is quickly going out of fashion, with its siloed, multi-vendored storage environments that ensure storage is costly, inefficient and difficult to manage. Software-defined storage promises to be simple, flexible and ready for the data demands of tomorrow.

    But does software-defined really amount to a new era of storage, or will it simply introduce different kinds of vendor lock-in and management complexity? Tune into this roundtable to hear from storage and infrastructure experts on software-defined storage, its place in the industry, and what’s on the horizon.
  • Addressing Cloud Adoption Barriers: Live Roundtable Recorded: Oct 30 2013 63 mins
    Despite the relative acceptance of cloud computing as the future of the technology industry, many organizations have still not made the shift to the cloud. Why?

    In this live roundtable, moderated by IT analyst Jeff Boles of Taneja Group, industry experts will discuss how to address the main barriers to adopting the cloud. Tune in live to ask questions and get answers.

    Partipants include:
    Jeff Boles - Senior Analyst at Taneja Group (moderator)
    Robin Daniels - Head of Enterprise Product and Industry Marketing at Box
    Marc Farley - Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft
    Bart Giordano - Sr. Director of Business Development at Egnyte
    Nicki Rich - Business Line Manager for Cloud Storage at IBM
  • Big Data Storage: Building a System that Works Recorded: Sep 12 2013 62 mins
    It’s the year 2013 and the problems facing storage professionals are not getting smaller. The data and its complexity continue to increase, and the business wants to use it all. How can you make a big data storage system scalable, available, and reliable? How can you predict your storage needs down the road?

    Join this live panel of experts to learn:
    •How to assess storage needs and create a storage strategy for big data growth
    •What technologies and tools to use to storage more efficient
    •Secrets and tips of creating powerful storage systems
  • Enterprise Cloud Backup: Clear The Confusion & Understand What You Really Need Recorded: Sep 11 2013 36 mins
    In this 45-minute interactive webcast, Christine will present the following:

    * What is enterprise cloud backup and how is it different from consumer and SMB?
    * What are the big benefits and the big issues around cloud backup, and how can you get the benefits without the problems?
    * What are the critical and the nice-to-have features of enterprise cloud backup products and services?
    * Different strokes for different folks: architectural decisions and drivers
    --Shareholder needs: Vendors, Enterprise, Service Providers
    --Type of backup: File, object, block?
    --Type of product: Appliance, array or software?
    --Type of deployment: On-site system or Backup as a Service?
    * Roadmap to primary storage and the hybrid cloud


    About the speaker:
    Christine Taylor brings two decades worth of industry and communications expertise to the Taneja Group. She has researched and written extensively on the role of technology in data protection, file collaboration, eDiscovery and compliance, and information management. She specializes in taking complex technical concepts and clarifying them for technical and non-technical readers. Christine previously served as a systems administrator for Avery Dennison’s Scientific Computing division. From there she entered technical journalism as a senior editor for Computer Technology Review and served as editor-in-chief of Storage Management Solutions.
  • OpenStack Storage and the Future of the Storage Industry Recorded: Aug 20 2013 64 mins
    It’s an increasingly open world, even in the storage industry. Major vendors such as RedHat and HP have joined the OpenStack project and it only continues to gain momentum. Does this amount to a revolution, a snooze, or something in between?

    Join this live roundtable as storage industry experts discuss the following questions:

    *What are the implications of the OpenStack movement on the storage industry?
    *What does it mean for IT decision makers right now and five years down the road?
    *Will the future be open source, and how will vendors respond?
  • Shoveling a big pile of Hadoop? - Virtualized Hadoop for IT Recorded: Jul 30 2013 28 mins
    This 30 minute webcast will address the following:

    -Why virtualize Hadoop? What are the benefits to IT and the user?
    -Who are the players? VMware, Project Savanna (RedHat), Amazon EMR
    -How does virtualizing Hadoop work technically with its scale-out computing and distributed storage models?
    -What's the impact on performance?
    -How virtualized Hadoop becomes a foundation of the datacenter as a unified platform for all kinds of workloads. IT can now offer Big-Data-as-a-service.

    ***The 15 minutes of extra time added (now 45 minutes total) is simply alloted for audience Q+A. The core presentation will still be 30 minutes.

    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. For more info visit: http://tanejagroup.com/about/who-we-are
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