Webinars & Webcasts
Technologies relating to Data Protection, DR, Cloud, Business Continuity and Secondary Uses of Data are undergoing sea change, as we speak. Come listen to a discussion on many new concepts affecting the storing, protection, movement, management and use of secondary data from two thought leaders in the industry. Mark Campbell is the CTO at Unitrends, a long term player in the data protection space. Mark has been leading the transformation at Unitrends. Arun Taneja is the Founder and Consulting Analyst at Taneja Group, a premier analyst firm that focuses on new, paradigm shifting technologies and their impact on IT and the end user. Arun has also spent several decades building and marketing a variety of infrastructure products.
This webcast will go for 45 minutes.
Mike Matchett - Founder & Consulting Analyst; Taneja Group
Mark Campbell - CTO, Unitrends
Come join us as we learn how to tackle and manage big data application performance. First, Taneja Group Sr. Analyst Mike Matchett will present his take on how enterprise IT is now being challenged to support big data applications in real production environments. He'll discuss why too many enterprises haven't been as successful as they should in taking advantage of their big data opportunities - in many cases losing out to competitors. He'll explore what agile IT/devops really needs to do to not only effectively host, but deliver top-notch, consistent big data performance with the smallest infrastructure cost.
Then Sean Suchter, co-founder and CEO at Pepperdata will present their compelling approach to solving big data cluster performance challenges. He'll demonstrate how Pepperdata's dynamic run-time optimizations can guarantee consistent performance SLA's in a shared multi-tenant Hadoop cluster. Because Pepperdata delivers detailed visibility into Hadoop cluster activity , the software becomes invaluable for cluster troubleshooting, reporting/chargeback, capacity planning, and other management and optimization requirements. With Pepperdata, IT can now effectively, efficiently, and reliably support all the business-empowering big data applications of an organization. This webcast will be 45 minutes with time reserved for Q+A.
Mike Matchett - Senior Analyst & Consultant; Taneja Group (host)
Sean Suchter - Co-founder and CEO, Pepperdata
Hyperscale clouds get all of the press, but is it really a case of “go big or go home”? The giant cloud providers offer great prices on bulk storage but the cloud can act as much more than just a backup destination. There’s a lot of value residing within the individual cloud offerings of the data protection vendors, with an entire spectrum of services ranging from standard backup storage to Managed Archiving to Disaster Recovery as a Service. And more.
Join us on this panel discussion to learn about what’s available and how to take full advantage of the range of cloud services offered so that you can precisely match vendors’ offerings to your business needs.
Arun Taneja - Founder & Consulting Analyst; Taneja Group (Moderator)
Christophe Bertrand - Vice President of Product Marketing; Arcserve
Austin McChord - CEO & Founder; Datto
Abhijit Dinkar - CTO, Dell Data Protection; Dell
Mark Campbell - CTO; Unitrends
- Premiered: 11/17/15
- Location: OnDemand
- Speaker(s): Arun Taneja; Christophe Bertrand, Arcserve; Austin McChord, Datto; Abhijit Dinkar, Dell; Mark Campbell, Unitrends
A CFO is responsible for managing financial risks, so getting their buy-in on a data backup and recovery strategy should be easy – right? But some CFOs focus on minimizing costs and see data protection as another expense from IT that spends a lot of money already. You need a plan.
Check out this upcoming live and interactive eSeminar and join IT pros from the Taneja Group and Unitrends as they discuss how to create a bridge between you and your CFO with a shared understanding between risk and reward.
- Christine Taylor - Analyst, Taneja Group
- David LeClair - VP, Product Marketing, Unitrends
Real-World Solutions to Help CIOs & IT Management Sleep Better
As IT pros who have been in your shoes, we know what keeps you up at night.
CIOs and IT managers today must focus not only on being transformational for their businesses, but also monitor technical performance issues that could bring businesses to their knees.
We understand the constant pressure to focus on larger, "more pressing" issues like cost-cutting, consolidation, outsourcing, research, and implementation of new technology for competitive advantage. And we know that it's not hard for the common day-to-day performance and user experience headaches caused by any data center environment to be lost in the mix.
Join us for a dynamic, "from the trenches" executive overview as we discuss how you can manage these business-critical responsibilities by optimizing infrastructure performance management. Our presenters have decades of experience managing IT data center problems and solutions, and will share best practices to help you and your team sleep better.
Three leading Big Data experts discuss the problems and challenges that businesses have with leveraging Big Data.
Big Data is touted as the Holy Grail of modern competitive business – a multi-faceted tool that produces exponential profits for those companies smart enough to leverage this smart, hip technology. But wait – that sound you’re hearing is profound backlash. Big Data, still new and still quite immature, produces as many questions as answers. How to interpret the data? How to gather and input the data? When to trust the “answer,” if the result of a Big Data query can be called an answer. The market offers a blizzard of products and solutions, without mentioning the myriad issues involved in interpretation. In this video roundtable, three Big Data experts will attempt to provide guidance for companies working to leverage the new magic of Big Data.
- Mike Matchett, Sr. Analyst and Consultant, Taneja Group
- Valentino Tereshko, Technical Program Manager, Big Data, Google
- Satyen Sangani, CEO, Alation
- Premiered: 08/27/15
- Location: OnDemand
- Speaker(s): James Maguire, Datamation; Mike Matchett, Taneja Group; Valentino Tereshko, Google; Satyen Sangani, Alation