The HP Moonshot System, the world’s first software-defined server platform, delivers maximum density with unparalleled power efficiency. HP Moonshot, running Red Hat Enterprise Linux, is currently handling the traffic on HP.com, and providing tremendous space and energy savings. In this session, we’ll explain the technical detail of how our web platform works and discuss future plans for more workloads.
Legacy UNIX platforms are expensive. From hardware maintenance and software licensing to system administration and scalability, these proprietary platforms place an unnecessary burden on your IT budget. The UNIX variants that remain in your enterprise are likely entrenched for a reason and a commodity x86-based infrastructure using open source software doesn’t completely solve the problem.
In this session, you’ll learn how Dell and Red Hat can help eliminate your remaining migration roadblocks by providing the methodology and services to execute a migration of any size. You’ll leave this session with an end-to-end solutions approach that focuses on both application migration delivery and infrastructure modernization.
In this session, we’ll detail Red Hat Storage Server data replication strategies for both near replication (LAN) and far replication (over WAN), and explain how replication has evolved over the last few years. You’ll learn about:
- Past mechanisms.
- Near replication (client-side replication).
- Far replication using timestamps (xtime).
- Present mechanisms.
- Near replication (server side) built using qourum and journaling.
- Faster far replication using journaling.
- Unified replication.
- Replication using snapshots.
- Stripe replication using erasure coding.
Struggling to cost-effectively manage growing amounts of data while extracting more value from them? Join us to learn how running Red Hat Storage Server on HP ProLiant SL4540 Gen8 servers offers massive scalability, high performance, and volume economics for storage of all kinds of unstructured data. In particular, you’ll learn about the 2-node ProLiant SL4540 Gen8 Server series, which offers scalable and cost-effective solutions for creating a large file and object store, deploying an enterprise drop box or cloud storage for service providers, and establishing a nearline archive.
While cloud solutions claim to empower line-of-business (LOB) users to make successful IT decisions, most enterprises are simply optimizing IT infrastructures on new infrastructure platforms without giving any control to LOB users.
In this session, you’ll learn how a Business Rules Management System (BRMS) can be integrated with a cloud management platform to deliver new value to LOB users and their organizations. You’ll learn about several use cases that illustrate the value of combining business rules management with cloud management. Specifically, you’ll learn how to:
- Respond to complex cloud infrastructure events according to defined business rules (that can be based on market conditions and/or regulatory policies).
- Give cloud users and administrators the ability to define complex business workflows based on those cloud infrastructure events.
- Allow cloud users to place cloud workloads based on granular, user-defined policies that span the infrastructure, hypervisor, storage, and application tiers.
The session will include a demonstration of an integrated BRMS and cloud management solution (Red Hat JBoss BRMS and Red Hat CloudForms) that delivers new control to LOB users as they embrace cloud infrastructure platforms like OpenStack.
The ability to create global namespace, high availability, and volume economics enables unique capabilities when Red Hat Storage Server is used on Amazon Web Services (AWS). In this session, you’ll learn about the capabilities and the potential of using AWS ephemeral storage, availability zones, and regions to deliver a truly distributed cloud storage solution that is geographically diverse, cost effective, and highly available.
Are you looking to modernize your IT infrastructure with a more flexible framework that can adapt to the changing global environment? Are you looking for not just the technology but the assurance that the solutions you select have been jointly tested, certified, and are fully supported by the vendors delivering the solutions?
The Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure Partner Network brings together industry-leading partners to provide best-in-class solutions so our joint customers can realize the benefits of open hybrid cloud architectures, including flexibility, interoperability, and cost savings.
Join the discussion as our partners and customers address the advantages, technologies, and considerations behind deploying an OpenStack-based cloud for your business.
Join this panel of industry experts as they discuss how big data is quickly becoming enterprise ready. Panelists from leading big data companies will discuss different use cases as well as the challenges of big data adoption in the enterprise today. Take part in this interactive discussion to better understand what changes big data is driving in the enterprise, and how it’s evolving in open hybrid cloud architectures. Come prepared to share your opinions and questions.