Moving to the cloud without migration

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Migrating legacy applications and sensitive data (such as personally identifiable information (PII)) to the cloud introduces challenges that many government agencies may be unable to overcome. Challenges include lack of financial resources or internal expertise for application modernization and  concerns over data security, network performance, and compliance.
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Spotlight

Cloud computing as a concept is the result of the natural evolution of our everyday approach to using technology delivered via the Internet. Cloud computing came into the foreground as a result of advances in virtualization (e.g. VMWare) distributed computing with server clusters (e.g. Google) and increase in the availability of broadband Internet access. Industry leaders describe cloud computing simply as the delivery of applications or IT services, which are provided by a third party over the Internet ( Rackspace, Microsoft, IBM. Ironically, the recent global economic recession served as a booster for interest in cloud computing technologies as organizations sought for ways to reduce their IT budget, while keeping up with performance and profits.

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

2019 Vulnerability and Threat Trends

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This webinar explores the findings of Skybox Securitys 2019 Vulnerability and Threat Trends Research Report, analyzing the vulnerabilities, exploits and threats in play over the previous year.Sivan Nir, senior analyst of the Skybox Research Lab who compiles the report, will cover: Whats driving record-breaking CVE numbers for two years in a row, and how do vulnerability management programs find the signal in the noiseWhy 2018 was the year of the cryptominer, and why this malware family holds a threat not just to your compute power but to your businessHow cloud migration, operational technology and a fragmented supply chain are expanding the attack surface - and how you can shrink it
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IGNITE your Oracle cloud journey in a 1 hour webinar with live demos

In this live webinar, we will get you started on your journey with OCI. The webinar will cover an introduction to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Core Services, including virtual cloud networks (VCN), compute and storage services.
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Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure: Windows Server 2016

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View additional dates, languages and sessions available for this training at https://aka.ms/HybridCloudInfra. Discover how Windows Server 2016 delivers new layers of security to help protect your customer’s datacenters from new and emerging threats. Receive expert-driven guidance on how the software defined datacenter components found in Azure can help customers achieve cost reduction, while still achieving high standards for performance. Understand the new capabilities available on Windows Server to support traditional and born-in-the cloud applications with Containers and Nano Server.​
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Calculate Your Cost Savings with Cloud Volumes ONTAP for AWS

netapp

Learn how to calculate native AWS storage costs compared with the costs for using AWS with Cloud Volumes ONTAP, using NetApp’s new TCO Calculator Check the savings you can achieve leveraging NetApp storage efficiency features: efficient snapshots, thin provisioning, data compression, deduplication, data tiering, and data cloning Learn from successful Cloud Volumes ONTAP deployments how other businesses leveraged NetApp technology to save storage footprint and costs Watch as we demonstrate all of the cost benefits you can gain from using Cloud Volumes ONTAP together with AWS to optimize your cloud deployment TCO today.
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Spotlight

Cloud computing as a concept is the result of the natural evolution of our everyday approach to using technology delivered via the Internet. Cloud computing came into the foreground as a result of advances in virtualization (e.g. VMWare) distributed computing with server clusters (e.g. Google) and increase in the availability of broadband Internet access. Industry leaders describe cloud computing simply as the delivery of applications or IT services, which are provided by a third party over the Internet ( Rackspace, Microsoft, IBM. Ironically, the recent global economic recession served as a booster for interest in cloud computing technologies as organizations sought for ways to reduce their IT budget, while keeping up with performance and profits.

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