Webinars & Webcasts
The performance of databases often slows as data and business grows, users find new and demanding ways to leverage applications, and those applications mature and expand in functionality. Whenever a key database slows down, SQL or NoSQL, the business damage can be widespread and it usually becomes a high priority effort to remediate.
At Taneja Group we’ve noted 5 major ways that IT operations can improve database performance, including a couple of quick and ready ideas that impose little risk or cost. In this 30 minute webcast, we'll look at why IT operations often gets the responsibility for database performance, and the IT-centric options they can pursue.
Mike Matchett brings to Taneja Group over 20 years experience in managing and marketing IT datacenter solutions particularly at the nexus of performance, capacity and virtualization. Currently he is focused on IT optimization for virtualization and convergence across servers, storage and networks, especially to handle the requirements of mission-critical applications, Big Data analysis, and the next generation data center. Mike has a deep understanding of systems management, IT operations, and solutions marketing to help drive architecture, messaging, and positioning initiatives.
The recent introduction of solid-state storage has caused enterprises to rethink their overall storage strategy. In this recorded webinar, discover how you can take advantage of new business value as data centers evolve and modernize with revolutionary technologies such as Symantec’s SmartIO and Flexible Storage Sharing capabilities in Storage Foundation 6.1.
View this recording and hear Taneja Group Senior Analyst, Jeff Boles and Symantec Product Manager, Ryan Jancaitis discuss:
Application performance challenges in the enterprise data center
Emerging technologies for application performance acceleration
The hazards of application performance acceleration, and how to avoid them
Join Jeff Boles, analyst from Taneja Group, and Tintri experts in this technical webinar as they discuss the results of the recently concluded technology validation of Tintri VMstore. Together, they will cover the details of real-world testing, ranging from operational tasks such as provisioning and ongoing management of storage for VMs, to performance and efficiency characteristics of Tintri VMstore. The discussion will also cover best practices for performance and data protection of storage infrastructure.
Backup and archiving in the age of the cloud, where we'll discuss the fundamental challenges and the emerging capabilities that are taking customers down the path of new approaches to data backup and data retention in their on-premise and/or off-premise cloud infrastructures.
The panel will consist of leading thinkers from four vendors that represent the leading innovations for private and public cloud information protection and retention.
Jeff Boles, Taneja Group
Stephen Aldous, HP
Eric Carter, Riverbed
Mat Hamlin, Spanning
Rick Vanover, Veeam
Hear leading industry speakers explain how centrally managed, yet branch-agile, modern data centers from the partnership of Riverbed and IBM storage solutions let you consolidate and protect data, save costs with advanced storage capabilities, virtualize to manage heterogeneous storage systems, and provision and recover from disasters in real time.
Mike Matchett, Senior Analyst & Consultant, Taneja Group
Michelle Tidwell, Business Line Manager, Storage ISV Solutions and OEM STG Storage, IBM
Rob Whiteley, VP, Product Solutions Marketing, Riverbed Technology
In this webcast, Sr. IT Analyst Mike Matchett from Taneja Group will briefly review the storage architecture of Hadoop and HDFS, and then examine some of the more prominent big data storage options for enterprises with data protection, integration, and governance concerns that might lead them to choose an advanced SAN/NAS solution over the default local DAS design.