Resources (581)

  1. Quest Webinar

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  2. Future Proof Your Data Protection

    The future of data protection is scalable, efficient, affordable, and easy to use. Unfortunately, most IT organizations are still using an aging data protection solution. These solutions are becoming unreliable, are slow to backup, recovery and protect your data and come with large annual contracts. What most IT organizations don't know, is that data protection of the future is available today!… Learn More

  3. Converged, Hyperconverged (HCI), and Composable Infrastructure EcoCast

    You need greater efficiency, agility, scalability, and cost-effectiveness from your IT infrastructure. Legacy storage solutions just aren't cutting it anymore! What many IT Organizations don't know is that there are many different solutions available to solve these IT challenges! Converged, Hyperconverged and Composable infrastructure make your datacenter lean, mean, and easy to manage. Betwe… Learn More

  4. What Most Computer Security Defenses are Doing Wrong, and How To Fix It

    Most companies have huge gaps in their computer security defenses, and can be compromised at will by a determined hacker. The industry even has a term for it: “Assume Breach”. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Join Roger A. Grimes, a 30-year computer security consultant and author of 10 books, for this on-demand webinar where he explores the latest research on what’s wrong with cur… Learn More

  5. Public Cloud Doesn’t Make You Do Backups – Why Does Your Private Cloud?

    In the public cloud, data protection is automated so IT professionals can focus more on applications that drive the business. It’s time your own data center worked the same way.  It’s time for a self-protecting enterprise cloud that can turn your IT department into a value driver for digital transformation. Join us to get all your Public and Private Cloud questions answered! Learn More

  6. How MSPs Benefit from Commodity Hardware and Open Source Virtualization

    As a Managed Service Provider (MSP) or hosting provider, you need to keep pace with the big public cloud providers and create customer solutions that provide the same flexibility and potential for scale that the hyperscalers offer. Yes, you can offer customers the peace of mind that comes with hosted private cloud, but that advantage alone isn’t always enough to win. Your prospects still need yo… Read More

  7. Bringing File Services to the Hyperconverged Enterprise Cloud

    The unstructured data problem is real. Some organizations have file servers strewn about to try to capture it all while others use file services provided on storage arrays.  According to some estimates, 80% of unstructured data will be stored on distributed file and object storage within the next two years.  As organizations continue to ingest vast quantities of data, old methods break down. Wha… Learn More

  8. The Enterprise IT Landscape in 2019

    The new year is almost upon us and with those tidings come the tsunami of prognostications about what might befall enterprise IT in 2019. As the pace of change in this industry continues to increase, we felt it was only proper to kick off our brand new PanelCast series with an expert-led discussion about the areas of enterprise IT that we feel might be most impacted by change in 2019 and what thos… Read More

  9. DR, DRaaS, & Ransomware Megacast

    It's no secret that malicious attackers are trying to gain access to your company's most critical data and hold it for ransom. Every IT professional's worst nightmare is waking up to find their data encrypted and inaccessible, otherwise known as a "resume-generating event". How can you protect yourself and your company's most precious data assets? Thankfully there are new solutions for IT organ… Learn More

  10. Key Advantages of Software-Based Hyperconvergence

    You have two choices when it comes to moving to hyperconverged infrastructure, or HCI: a software-based approach or an appliance-based approach. They both have their positives and negatives, but the average administrator may not realize the long-term benefits of a software-based solution, since appliances have had much of the early market adoption. But the reality is that there are also direct tec… Read More

  11. Cohesity Unveils Its Data Center On Wheels - Sneak Peek!

    Mobility is an industry buzzword now -- mobility of apps, of data, of users, of... well, you name it. And it's something that Cohesity is taking more seriously than most. So seriously that they've built a complete data center inside a tractor-trailer. Cohesity, a platform for consolidating and protecting secondary data, took ActualTech Media Partner David Davis on a tour of its mammoth new vehi… Read More

  12. Storage, Flash, and NVMe EcoCast

    IT organizations are struggling to store and protect their company's critical data as that data continues to grow at an exponential rate. Aging legacy storage solutions just don't provide the scalability, availability, and performance that is required for the future. Today's IT Organizations need the latest innovations in storage to solve these challenges! If you are facing storage challenges and… Learn More

  13. How Elysium Analytics Helps Secure Your Data Center

    Fewer issues are more important these days than security. The growth of both data and cloud computing mean that there are more vulnerabilities than ever before in the typical data center. Elysium Analytics was formed to address this crucial and growing concern. In this introductory RoadCast video, Elysium Vice-President Satish Abburi, and Director of Analytics Chris Berry chats with ActualTech… Read More

  14. Citus Data Takes PostgreSQL Databases to the Next Level

    Citus Data says it provides “worry-free Postgres for SaaS.” But what exactly does that mean? ActualTech Media’s David Davis asks Co-founder/CTO Ozgun Erdogan that question in the first video of this RoadCast episode. Ozgun explains that Citus solves a big problem: that PostgreSQL scales up, but not out. With the Citus extension, that challenge is overcome. Watch the whole video for more d… Read More

  15. Disappearing Walls: Building Enterprise IT Architecture for a New Era

    The data center as we knew it is a dinosaur. Gone are the days of strict rigidity and of applications running in impenetrable fortresses nestled inside the bowels of corporate HQ. Today, enterprise IT architecture is scattered across the land, with pockets existing inside an organization’s borders, but, increasingly expanding to new lands, in the form of the hybrid cloud. The scattering of th… Learn More

  16. Implementing HCI-centric Database-as-a-Service for Cloud-Like Agility

    A growing number of organizations are turning to Docker containers to help solve really big application requirements.  Among the biggest out there are those imposed by Oracle.  What if you could deploy Oracle as a stateless cloud-native workload in your environment?  Transform a complex process into one with an App Store-like experience. Innovative enterprises are graduating to the next step… Learn More

  17. Scaling Performance Up, Keeping Headcount Down With Quobyte Storage

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  18. The Evolution from MySQL to MariaDB

    Being a database vendor means being in a very crowded marketplace. There are so many out there, doing a plethora of different things. How do you stand out in the midst of that crowd? MariaDB, a relational, transactional and open source database created by the original developers of MySQL, does it by layering a modern architecture on a traditional SQL foundation. Chief Marketing Officer Franz A… Read More

  19. Couchbase: Purpose-Built NoSQL for the Cloud

    In the cloud era, it’s all about scale. In that regard, databases have had their issues, as they’re often not built for the massive scale necessary. But Couchbase, a NoSQL database for mission-critical applications, was built with scale in mind. In this RoadCast video, Couchbase CTO Ravi Mayuram talks with ActualTech Media Partner David Davis about how his company is removing the database a… Read More

  20. Programmability and Performance Without Compromise with Barefoot Networks

    Barefoot Networks is a 5-year-old company that’s trying to fundamentally change the way that networks are built by bringing the power of software to the data plane. Their open source, domain-specific programming language called P4 (P4.org) is built expressly for the purpose of bossing around their proprietary silicon in their Protocol Independent Switch Architecture (PISA) “Tofino” devices.… Read More