In this Pure Storage Tech Talk, Justin Warren examines the value of IT operations and how successful businesses strike a balance between preserving what is working while simultaneously changing and improving things.
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Chief Analyst, Justin Warren, delves into the latest evolution of IT automation and Pure Storage’s approach to operations.
What does “Modern Data Experience” mean, and what does delivering on this promise looks like? Analyst, Beck Elliott, discusses the Pure Storage difference.
Modern UC solutions have to be ready to serve your customers and users in a variety of ways. NETSCOUT has the talent, the tools, and the experience to help you ensure your services are online when they need to be running and available for your customers and users to access.
Pure Storage has taken a novel approach to provide its software products in the cloud with Cloud Block Store. Chief Analyst, Justin Warren, explores the customer benefits of Pure’s cloud solution.
We know that The Cloud is a real thing. But of the many things called The Cloud, each of them is remarkablly different. Features, capabilities, functions are vary wildly between them. Every organization is scrambling to figure out how to use the cloud, but is the promise of the cloud simply unachievable? Does the pursuit of multi-cloud mean that organizations must ignore whatever makes a cloud special, and turn it into simply someone else’s infrastructure? The roundtable discusses in this episode. Thanks to NetApp for sponsoring this episode.
AWS re:Invent 2019 is a huge conference, with a critical mass of enterprise vendors and IT attendees, yet cloud represents just a few percentage points of enterprise spend. There is a massive opportunity to transform both infrastructure and IT careers! My conversations with Druva at re:Invent really brought home the challenge and opportunity of the cloud.
Disaster recovery can be a stressful activity. Druva has managed to come up with a way of recovering in the cloud that doesn’t need to be complicated, nor does it need to be time-consuming. Architect and Blogger, Dan Frith, explores Druva’s Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaas) offering.
One of the biggest struggles any development organization faces is testing its application with production volumes of data. Joey D’Antoni discusses practical solutions to meet an organization’s data management needs.
Principal Consultant, Jordan Martin, discusses what he learned at Juniper NXTWORK 2019 and he makes the case that it’s worth your time to check out the fantastic work that Juniper is doing.