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Reopening in the “New Normal”

World Wide Technology - TEC37

Release Date: 06/09/2020

 Why Vendor Lock-in is the Best Strategy for SDDC show art Why Vendor Lock-in is the Best Strategy for SDDC

World Wide Technology - TEC37

Many organizations are hesitant to commit to a single vendor for their data center. However, when moving to a software-defined data center (SDDC) model, vendor lock-in may be the best strategy. On the latest episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC37 series, WWT’s James Harless and Sean Hicks, along with Pat Dooley from Dell and Jason Lamb from Intel, have a compelling discussion on why this may be your best move. This episode is sponsored by Dell Technologies and Intel. Presenters: Related Content:

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Securing AI Models show art Securing AI Models

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Businesses moving forward with an AI strategy need to ensure the security of those AI models is part of that strategy. In this episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC37 series, WWT experts Jamie Milne and Gene Geddes, along with Melvin Greer from Intel, will highlight issues in AI model security for the organization and suggest approaches for identifying and closing gaps in defending AI models. They will also touch on the importance of building a robust, mature, and repeatable program for assessing AI model vulnerabilities. Today’s episode is sponsored by Intel. Panelists: Related...

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Why SDDC May be Right for Your Organization show art Why SDDC May be Right for Your Organization

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Software-Defined Data Centers (SDDC) are designed to overcome the drawbacks of traditional IT infrastructure to offer the accelerated delivery of consistent data center services. Despite the performance gains, some organizations have been hesitant to adopt a SDDC environment. On this episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC37 series, WWT experts, along with experts from Dell and Intel, discuss the pros and cons of SDDC and whether this approach may fit your organization. Presenters: Related Content:

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AIOps:  A Technical Deep Dive show art AIOps: A Technical Deep Dive

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The TEC37 AIOps three-part series concludes with a technical dive into the AIOps space. WWT experts Tanner Bechtel and Arsalan Lari, along with Ben Haddox from AppDynamics, discuss the partnerships and technical complexities we deal with in today's world. This TEC37 episode is sponsored by AppDynamics. Related Content Panelists

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Enabling Hybrid Cloud with Google Cloud VMware Engine show art Enabling Hybrid Cloud with Google Cloud VMware Engine

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One of the biggest points of consideration when adopting a Cloud strategy is how to best integrate with existing, on-premises infrastructure and workloads. Google Cloud VMware Engine allows extended and standalone VMware-based environments while realizing the inherent benefits associated with consuming Public Cloud infrastructure. This allows for accelerating Public Cloud strategies and modernizing infrastructure and applications without the need for new tooling and skillsets.  In this new TEC37 episode, World Wide Technology experts Sean Hicks and Joe Pitkin discuss the benefits of...

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AIOps and the Current State of Today’s Technology show art AIOps and the Current State of Today’s Technology

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We’re taking a technical dive into the AIOps and APM (application performance monitoring). Our experts discuss WWT’s partnerships and the technical complexities we deal with in today's world. Today’s episode is part two of a three-part series all surrounding AIOps. If you missed part one, . Related Content:  Presenters:

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Reopening in the “New Normal” show art Reopening in the “New Normal”

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Many organizations made a sudden shift to a remote workforce. In reopening, there are a handful of approaches companies are considering and implementing. In this episode, our Cloud, IoT and Collaboration experts Joe Berger, Kait Miller, Charlie Lawhorn and Arnel Sinchoncgo, speak to the IT considerations as companies move through the hybrid work environment and manage occupancy limitations, rotating work shifts, workers who remain work-from-home (WFH) even as others return to office campus.

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AIOps and App Loyalty show art AIOps and App Loyalty

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As the world evolves and becomes more remote, an app often serves as the only way a customer communicates. They bank, communicate, research, entertain and manage everything through the aperture of an “application.” This new interaction model puts the app front and center, making app loyalty the new brand loyalty. So, gone are the days of monitoring and managing apps in isolated silos, and welcome to a world where creating enterprise architectures to serve and create unified visibility into the app is the new reality. In this episode (part 1 of 3), Robb Boyd...

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Breeding Unicorns, not CONEs show art Breeding Unicorns, not CONEs

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In recent times we have noticed a demand in job postings looking for the mythical Unicorn, not a CONE (Crusty Ol' Network Engineer). We all know the Unicorn, the person that automates everything, bleeds DevOps, and judges people by the stickers on their laptop. How do you find these Unicorns? Simple, you breed them. In this new episode of WWT’s TEC37 series, we will discuss industry trends, skillsets, and best practices to successfully breed a blessing of Unicorns and become one yourself. Host Robb Boyd discusses these topics and more with WWT’s Tyler Hatton and Todd Erickson, and Nathan...

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TEC 37 Episode: Security Visibility with Tanium and Expanse show art TEC 37 Episode: Security Visibility with Tanium and Expanse

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Security visibility is an issue that has become increasingly important to organizations in today’s IT environment. In the latest TEC37 episode from World Wide Technology (WWT), Bob Olwig hosts a dynamic discussion with WWT Security practice experts Chris Konrad and Rudy Kasprzyk, along with two of WWT's Security practice partners, Dylan Deanda from Tanium and Kevin Kriebel from Expanse. The panel discusses why Security Visibility is important and how organizations need to know what's on their network. Some of the topics they cover are asset discovery, the broadening of attack services, patch...

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Many organizations made a sudden shift to a remote workforce. In reopening, there are a handful of approaches companies are considering and implementing. In this episode, our Cloud, IoT and Collaboration experts Joe Berger, Kait Miller, Charlie Lawhorn and Arnel Sinchoncgo, speak to the IT considerations as companies move through the hybrid work environment and manage occupancy limitations, rotating work shifts, workers who remain work-from-home (WFH) even as others return to office campus.

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