World Wide Technology - Tec17

Sinopse

This podcast series is hosted by World Wide Technology, the leader in integrated IT solutions. In each episode a different group of WWT subject matter experts and partners have an informative and entertaining discussion on the important topics facing organizations in todays dynamic IT environment.

Episódios

  • Benefits and Challenges of a Multicloud Environment

    Benefits and Challenges of a Multicloud Environment

    02/04/2020 Duração: 16min

    In Part Two of the World Wide Technology (WWT) TEC17 episode on Multicloud environments, WWT Multicloud practice team consultants Kevin McCarthy and Bryan Seefeld discuss issues relating to mature organizations, in other words, those who have migrated to a Multicloud environment.  The issues that Kevin and Bryan discuss include how these organizations are defined, how WWT is uniquely positioned with their expertise and solutions to support organizations in the Multicloud space, and they conclude by describing several compelling use cases on this topic. WWT Multicloud Consulting How to Achieve a Successful Cloud Smart Strategy Five Common Misconceptions About the Cloud The Value of the Cloud:  Why You Should Migrate Today WWT Multicloud Briefing Kevin McCarthy, WWT Bryan Seefeld, WWT        

  • Achieving Success in a Multicloud Environment

    Achieving Success in a Multicloud Environment

    28/03/2020 Duração: 20min

    Moving into a Multicloud environment is a big challenge for organizations.  A lot of factors must be considered.  In this episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC17 series, WWT Multicloud practice team consultants Kevin McCarthy and Bryan Seefeld discuss the transition to Multicloud and key considerations about this migration.  Kevin and Bryan first define Multicloud, and then discuss how public and private cloud differ from Multicloud, misconceptions about moving to Multicloud, key considerations when first moving to a Multicloud environment and several use cases on this move. WWT Multicloud Consulting How to Achieve a Successful Cloud Smart Strategy Five Common Misconceptions About the Cloud The Value of the Cloud:  Why You Should Migrate Today Multicloud Briefing Kevin McCarthy, WWT Bryan Seefeld, WWT        

  • Engaging the Remote Worker

    Engaging the Remote Worker

    17/03/2020 Duração: 20min

    For years now, large enterprises have been seeing a rise in their number of remote workers.  Some organizations have had remote worker policies in place while others are just starting to move into this new working environment.  The coronavirus, COVID-19, has forced almost every organization to implement a remote worker policy and in a very short time, days rather than weeks or months.  In this episode of World Wide Technology’s (WWT) TEC17 podcast series, WWT experts Joe Berger and Brandon Echele discuss the most important aspects of the remote worker environment.  Joe and Brandon are leaders in WWT’s Digital Workspace practice.  They discuss the tools that organizations need to implement these policies quickly, how this affects the increasing number of virtual meetings that workers have to participate in, how IT needs to prepare for a massive shift to a remote workforce, like in the situation with the coronavirus, and some tips on how to keep remote workers engaged and productive. Four Ways to Enable the Re

  • AIOps – Part 4: Five Problems, Five Solutions

    AIOps – Part 4: Five Problems, Five Solutions

    16/03/2020 Duração: 16min

    As with any transformative technology, implementing AIOps is often easier said than done. The process can involve a series of hurdles, from technical implementation to the cultural challenge of selling the tools into the wider business. In the final installment of our four-part series on AIOps, WWT’s Jas Binning and Paul Robinson explore the challenges facing AIOps implementation, and how to take the sting out of them. Getting Started with AiOps Defeating the Loading Wheel: Is APM Enough to Keep Your Customers Happy? WWT is Taking AppDynamics From the War Room to the Board Room WWT + AppDynamics:  Better Together Turbonomic Lab WWT:  What is AIOps Jasbir Binning, WWT Paul Robinson, WWT  

  • AIOps – Part 3: The Need to get Data-Smart

    AIOps – Part 3: The Need to get Data-Smart

    28/02/2020 Duração: 16min

    Ops teams have more data today than ever before. But in an increasingly complex environment, how can they fish out the key data that will help them remedy operational issues? And how can they use this operational data to generate real value for the business? In the third podcast in our four-part series on AIOps, Jas Binning from WWT, Aseem Anwar from Turbonomic and Kingsley Hughes-Morgan from Cisco AppDynamics explore the idea of the ‘data-smart’ business: one that isn’t just data-driven, but has implemented tools that quickly unearth the most prescient data for operations teams, that join the dots between this data and revenue for the C-suite, and that can be used to provide competitive advantage.  Getting Started with AIOps Defeating the Loading Wheel:  Is APM Enough to Keep Your Customers Happy WWT is Taking AppDynamics From the War Room to the Board Room WWT + AppDynamics:  Better Together Turbonomic Lab Jas Binning, WWT Paul Robinson, WWT  

  • AIOps Part 2: IT Operations Paradox: How to do more with less

    AIOps Part 2: IT Operations Paradox: How to do more with less

    17/02/2020 Duração: 18min

    Today, Ops teams face increasingly complex operational environments while simultaneously dealing with reductions in time, budgets, resources and team sizes. How can organisations cope with this paradox and successfully do more with less? In the second episode in our four-part podcast series on AIOps, Jas Binning from WWT, Kingsley Hughes-Morgan from Cisco AppDynamics and Aseem Anwar from Turbonomic explore how AIOps tools can be used to alleviate the difficulty of managing increasingly complex environments with reduced ops resources. For more information about anything we’ve discussed, please visit WWT.com or reach out to Jas Binning or Paul Robinson if you have specific questions about how AIOps can support your business. Getting Started with AIOps Defeating the Loading Wheel, Is APM Enough to Keep Your Customers Happy WWT is Taking AppDynamics From the War Room to the Board Room WWT + AppDynamics:  Better Together Turbonomic Lab WWT & AIOps Jas Binning, WWT Paul Robinson, WWT    

  • What’s Driving AIOps? Part One

    What’s Driving AIOps? Part One

    31/01/2020 Duração: 16min

    In our always-on, ever-connected age, businesses can no longer tolerate operational downtime.  Many are turning to sophisticated AI Operations (AIOps) solutions to help nip operational disruption in the bud.  But what exactly is AIOps?  In the first of a four-part TEC17 series on AIOps, Jas Binning from World Wide Technology’s London team and Keith Whiteside from E2Tech look to define AI Operations, and explore its potential to solve real-world business challenges. Getting Started with AIOps Defeating the Loading Wheel:  Is APM enough to keep your customers happy?  WWT is Taking AppDynamics from the War Room to the Board Room WWT + AppDynamics:  Better Together Turbonomic Lab Jasbir Binning, WWT Paul Robinson, WWT      

  • Zero Trust Architecture

    Zero Trust Architecture

    17/01/2020 Duração: 26min

    Zero Trust architecture is the nirvana of enterprise segmentation.  With the current state of cybersecurity and advanced threats that exist today, security teams want this approach.  In today’s episode of World Wide Technology’s TEC17, experts Aaron Woland of Cisco and Kent Noyes of WWT discuss this ultimate approach to cybersecurity threats.  Aaron and Kent discuss what Zero Trust is, how it helps business organizations, why it is a journey worth moving toward, what are some common applications for Zero Trust architecture and the solutions that Cisco and WWT can provide to businesses to advance on the journey toward the ultimate goal of Zero Trust. Forrester Zero Trust Extended Report Jericho Form Commandments NIST Zero Trust Report AppSec is Eating Security - Alex Stamos Keynote Cisco Zero Trust - A Holistic Approach 5 Steps to Building a Zero Trust Security Model WWT Enterprise Segmentation Practice Cisco Zero Trust Security Practice    

  • The Path of Least Resistance: How Segment Routing Drives a Simpler and More Scalable Network

    The Path of Least Resistance: How Segment Routing Drives a Simpler and More Scalable Network

    18/11/2019 Duração: 22min

    Not all network traffic is created equal. Some require fast speeds while others demand low latency. Still, some packets seek the cheapest route. Segment Routing serves as a smart GPS for all network traffic to follow, creating a more intelligent network while improving capacity utilization, leading to lower cost and greater user satisfaction.  https://www.wwt.com/article/segment-routing-the-future-of-mpls https://www.wwt.com/article/tackle-unprecedented-growth-in-bandwidth-demand-with-segment-routing-and-cisco-metro-fabric-architecture https://www.wwt.com/lab/segment-routing-lab    

  • Kubernetes

    Kubernetes

    07/11/2019 Duração: 17min

    Container orchestration has drastically affected the way organizations build, ship and run software.  One of the most effective solutions  that can address this challenge is Kubernetes.  In this episode of World Wide Technology’s TEC17 series two of WWT’s subject matter experts, Eric Becker and Sebastien Berube, talk about the NetApp Kubernetes Service (NKS) and why it is chosen over other Kubernetes offerings.  Eric and Sebastien also discuss what Kubernetes is in general, why Kubernetes is chosen as an open-source container system, what are some of the primary benefits of NKS and how WWT provides solutions and support to enterprise customers in this space.  NetApp Kubernetes Service  NetApp Cloud Data Management Workshop

  • To the edge and back again: The role of Edge Computing in the delivery of 5G

    To the edge and back again: The role of Edge Computing in the delivery of 5G

    18/10/2019 Duração: 21min

    Demand for Mobile Edge Computing is expected to grow for a wide range of applications as the increased bandwidth and decreased latency of 5G enables more data to be processed at the edge. But what is the edge? Where is the edge? And why does it exist? Joe Wojtal, chief technology officer of World Wide Technology’s Global Service Provider organization, and Eric Braun, chief commercial officer of MobiledgeX, discuss the business impact of edge computing and review their partnership to accelerate global mobile edge computing deployments at scale utilizing certified infrastructure that immediately ready to monetize by fulfilling next-gen application and device requirements for developers worldwide. 

  • Cryptomining

    Cryptomining

    09/10/2019 Duração: 26min

    Cryptomining is one of the most serious cyber threats in the online world right now as it relates to cryptocurrency, and possibly one of the least understood.  In this new TEC17 episode from World Wide Technology, Mike Schmidt of WWT and Austin McBride from Cisco’s Umbrella practice discuss this serious cyber threat.  Mike and Austin talk about what cryptomining is, the threat and growth of the related cryptojacking threat, the difference between web-based and software-based miners, what organizations are most vulnerable to these threats and the solutions that WWT and Cisco offer that will address this threat for enterprise customers.  Cryptomining Article from WWT

  • Ansiblefest 2019 Preview – Ansible and DNA Center

    Ansiblefest 2019 Preview – Ansible and DNA Center

    11/09/2019 Duração: 17min

    When organizations looks at solutions to help them address Network Automation, they typically look for one solution.  But there is another approach, that being a multi-OEM solution.  That is the subject of a talk that will be given at Ansiblefest 2019 in Atlanta by Jeff Andiorio from World Wide Technology.  Jeff gives a preview of his talk in this episode of TEC17.  In this episode Jeff explains what Ansiblefest is, tools that can be used to automate the network, what API is and why it is so important, why a multi-solution approach is preferred for network automation and what are Ansible and DNA Center.   WWT's Networking Practice  WWT's Automation and Orchestration Practice  Ansiblefest 2019  Register for Jeff's Ansiblefest Session Solving the Network Automation Puzzle with Ansible Operation Soft Cell:  The Cybersecurity Threat Targeting Telco and Critical Infrastructure Companies

  • CPMigrator as Path to Windows 10 and the Value of Modern Unified Endpoint Management

    CPMigrator as Path to Windows 10 and the Value of Modern Unified Endpoint Management

    23/08/2019 Duração: 18min

    Organizations are rapidly becoming more decentralized, with employees utilizing various devices — laptops, mobile phones and tablets — to do work that is oftentimes performed in non-traditional corporate office settings. This makes it difficult for internal IT teams to secure networks or provide quality digital workspaces for employees. Deploying a unified endpoint management system, such as VMware's Workspace ONE, helps mitigate these challenges. But step one in transforming your digital workspace is migrating your operating system to Windows 10, which comes with its own set of challenges. Resource Links WWT Desktop Migration WWT CPMigrator Overview Video Windows 10 Migration with CPMigrator Workshop VMware Workspace ONE Workshop

  • Cyber Threats with Cybereason

    Cyber Threats with Cybereason

    06/08/2019 Duração: 27min

    One of the most serious cyber threats in the last few years is Soft Cell.  This cyber threat has been targeting telecommunication companies for years.  In 2018 it was spotted and identified by Cybereason.  In this new TEC17 podcast from World Wide Technology (WWT) Matt Berry from the WWT Security practice and two experts from Cybereason,  Israel Barak and Maor Franco, discuss what the Soft Cell threat is and why it is so important.  Our experts also discuss why Soft Cell is a threat to other verticals besides telecommunications, how enterprise organizations can assess if they are vulnerable to the Soft Cell threat and the solutions that the WWT and Cybereason partnership offer to these organizations to counter this serious cyber threat.     WWT Security Practice   Cybereason's Operation Soft Cell

  • Application Performance Management, with AppDynamics

    Application Performance Management, with AppDynamics

    17/07/2019 Duração: 20min

    We all live in a digital world.   The performance of a company’s applications affects customer satisfaction, employees and company revenue.  Application Performance Management (APM) is an extremely important tool that monitors performance issues and makes sure that they don’t have a negative effect on the bottom line.  In this TEC17 episode, Tanner Bechtel from World Wide Technology (WWT) and Josh King from AppDynamics (AppD) discuss this important topic.  They define APM and how it helps to monitor customer’s digital experience, why it is so important in today’s tech climate, as App loyalty is the new Brand loyalty, how the partnership between WWT and AppD is uniquely positioned to deliver these solutions and they provide a look to the future of APM and Artificial Intelligence Operations (AIOPS).   AIOps Article

  • TEC17 Bonus Episode: Security Visibility with Tanium and Expanse

    TEC17 Bonus Episode: Security Visibility with Tanium and Expanse

    26/06/2019 Duração: 37min

    Security visibility is an issue that has become increasingly important to organizations in today’s IT environment. In this special TEC 17 episode, we are sharing the audio version of our latest TEC37 video panel episode from World Wide Technology (WWT).   Bob Olwig, WWT Vice President, 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 management and how WWT, Tanium and Expanse work together to help their customers.   Security Visibility Blog, with WWT, Tanium and Expanse   TEC37 video version

  • Condition-Based Maintenance

    Condition-Based Maintenance

    08/06/2019 Duração: 18min

    Ameren is a major power company that services St. Louis, Missouri and regions of southern Missouri and neighboring Illinois.  They were looking to have their machines run more efficiently and to reduce costs.  Working with World Wide Technology (WWT), Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) was seen as the best solution to achieve these goals.  In this TEC17 episode, Lorne Poindexter from Ameren and Chandler Heath from WWT define CBM, why CBM is important to manufacturers as a whole, Ameren’s evolution from Time Based Maintenance (TBM) to CBM, how WWT has helped Ameren in this transition from TBM to CBM and the benefits of CBM moving forward.   WWT and Internet of Things

  • Cisco DevNet Create 2019 Preview:

    Cisco DevNet Create 2019 Preview:

    17/04/2019 Duração: 16min

    WWT is participating in the Cisco DevNet Create conference on April 24 – 25. DevNet Create focuses on enabling developers, infrastructure and DevOps engineers to write software which integrates with the application programming interfaces (APIs) of Cisco products. WWT’s Joel King is presenting at DevNet Create, and in this episode Joel discusses the importance of the Application Security initiative in Cloud Managed Networks.  In addition, Joel discusses how this process will evolve as networking moves from running on physical hardware to a Software Defined Networking (SDN) future.   WWT at DevNet Create 2019

  • Mobile World Congress Update

    Mobile World Congress Update

    06/04/2019 Duração: 29min

    The Mobile World Congress took place In Barcelona, Spain this past February.  One of the big takeaways from the Congress was the migration to a Virtual Central Office (VCO) solution for Service Providers (SP), based on Intel architecture.  To break all this down, WWT’s Joe Wojtal and Bob Elfanbaum, along with Intel’s Paul Mundinger discuss some of the key issues around the new VCO deployment.  Some of the topics that are discussed include how SPs will monetize their major investment in 5G, how WWT delivers value to SPs in the Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) space and supports these integration efforts, the technology needs for deploying on-premise for SPs and how the partnership between WWT and Intel will deploy this technology on the customer premises.   WWT's Top Takeaways from the Mobile World Congress Service Providers must consider the entire value chain  

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