Multi-CDN Made Easy Webinar

Many enterprises are finding it increasingly difficult to deliver a consistently high quality end user experience to a global online audience using a single Content Delivery Network (CDN). CDN providers have different strengths and weaknesses so it is unsurprising when a single provider does not adequately address the needs of a global online organization.

The good news is there are plenty of CDN providers to choose from, and by leveraging the right combination of providers, enterprises can simultaneously improve end user quality of experience while lowering costs. The means to achieve this goal is based on the ability to intelligently steer traffic to the right CDN at the right time.

Join our live hands-on webinar to learn how to plan, implement, and test a multi-CDN strategy that's right for your organization.

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Key Reasons For Using an Independent DNS Provider

Many cloud and CDN providers also offer in-house managed DNS services. If you are hosting your content or applications with these providers, you might use their DNS service without much thought. However, this can limit your ability to deliver the performance and customer experience your business needs.

In this webinar you will learn when and why you should use an independent DNS provider.

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Infrastructure Automation with OctoDNS and Terraform

As you build your application environment you've undoubtedly thought about utilizing multiple providers at every level of your stack. The benefits to this are obvious - scalability, redundancy, and performance optimization, among others. However, syncing multiple providers can sometimes pose challenges.

In this webinar we'll focus on synchronization between multiple DNS providers, including:

  • Available toolsets on the market today
  • Example deployment using NS1's OctoDNS integration
  • Example deployment using NS1's Terraform integration
  • Network redundancy using NS1's Dedicated DNS

OctoDNS: https://github.com/github/octodns.

Terraform: https://www.terraform.io/.

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Using Intelligent DNS for Multi-Cloud Success

While no two businesses have the same exact workload requirements, one common trend we are seeing is enterprise adoption of multi-cloud infrastructure. While this may not be something you have considered, multi-cloud may benefit you in several ways including:

  • Price flexibility
  • Scalability
  • Redundancy
  • Workload optimization
  • Performance

Join us to learn how multi-cloud can benefit your business, considerations you should make, and how to get started.

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Webcast: Splunk at Scale

As Big Data Analytics become mainstream, an increasing problem Splunk users see is how to scale infrastructure to handle exponential data growth and query workload. GTRI, the most credentialed Splunk partner globally, has teamed with flash storage pioneer Pure Storage to deliver a recipe for scaling Splunk infrastructure. Attendees will learn: - How to scale Splunk infrastructure without adding infrastructure management - When to make the move from direct-attached storage to all-flash SAN infrastructure - Why customers are saying “there is no cold data in analytics"

Speakers:

  • Scott DeMoss, Solution Architect, GTRI
  • Somu Rajarathinam, Solution Architect, Pure Storage
  • Radha Mangha, Solution Architect, Pure Storage
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The Public Cloud Smackdown

Choosing a public cloud vendor within your organization can be a grueling battle between differing opinions. And if it begins to resemble a cage fight more than a heated debate, then it might be time for outside experts to weigh in.

In this session, our experts in Azure, AWS and Google square off to:

  • Compare and contrast the distinguishing features of each cloud ecosystem
  • Explain why there are times you need multiple platforms to stay ahead
  • Share why a multi-cloud approach is the model of choice in today’s ever-changing world
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Data Center Evolution: Getting In Front Of the Change

BY THE END OF 2018, 50 PERCENT OF NORTH AMERICAN SERVER RACKS WILL BE OFF-SITE.

Data centers have come a long way since they first began appearing as a fixture of corporate computing. According to Datacenter Dynamics, the total number of data centers around the world was set to peak at 8.6 million in 2017, and then begin a slow decline. But what is driving the decline?

In the era of widespread cloud adoption and cloud-enabled managed hosting, more and more enterprises are realizing that managing issues like IT sprawl and underutilized servers is a headache they can live without. The economics of running large data centers has fundamentally changed, leading to a change in long-term IT strategy.

In our Data Center Evolution: Getting in Front of the Change video, join speaker Jim Hawkins, VP, Global DC Operations & Engineering at Rackspace as he:

  • Discusses the evolution of the data center and its current trajectory
  • Experiences a virtual tour of Rackspace’s data centers and operations

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

Jim Hawkins, VP, Global DC Operations & Engineering, Rackspace

Jim has been with Rackspace for over 8 years. He is responsible for leading our data center, network, change management, monitoring, and implementation teams globally across Rackspace. His specialty includes weaving Lean Six Sigma and operational discipline into the design and daily operation of Rackspace’s critical infrastructure and teams.

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The Public Cloud Smackdown

Choosing a public cloud vendor within your organization can be a grueling battle between differing opinions. And if it begins to resemble a cage fight more than a heated debate, then it might be time for outside experts to weigh in.

In this session, our experts in Azure, AWS and Google square off to:

  • Compare and contrast the distinguishing features of each cloud ecosystem
  • Explain why there are times you need multiple platforms to stay ahead
  • Share why a multi-cloud approach is the model of choice in today’s ever-changing world
View Now

Data Center Evolution: Getting In Front Of the Change

BY THE END OF 2018, 50 PERCENT OF NORTH AMERICAN SERVER RACKS WILL BE OFF-SITE.

Data centers have come a long way since they first began appearing as a fixture of corporate computing. According to Datacenter Dynamics, the total number of data centers around the world was set to peak at 8.6 million in 2017, and then begin a slow decline. But what is driving the decline?

In the era of widespread cloud adoption and cloud-enabled managed hosting, more and more enterprises are realizing that managing issues like IT sprawl and underutilized servers is a headache they can live without. The economics of running large data centers has fundamentally changed, leading to a change in long-term IT strategy.

In our Data Center Evolution: Getting in Front of the Change video, join speaker Jim Hawkins, VP, Global DC Operations & Engineering at Rackspace as he:

  • Discusses the evolution of the data center and its current trajectory
  • Experiences a virtual tour of Rackspace’s data centers and operations

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

Jim Hawkins, VP, Global DC Operations & Engineering, Rackspace

Jim has been with Rackspace for over 8 years. He is responsible for leading our data center, network, change management, monitoring, and implementation teams globally across Rackspace. His specialty includes weaving Lean Six Sigma and operational discipline into the design and daily operation of Rackspace’s critical infrastructure and teams.

View Now

The Public Cloud Smackdown

Choosing a public cloud vendor within your organization can be a grueling battle between differing opinions. And if it begins to resemble a cage fight more than a heated debate, then it might be time for outside experts to weigh in.

In this session, our experts in Azure, AWS and Google square off to:

  • Compare and contrast the distinguishing features of each cloud ecosystem
  • Explain why there are times you need multiple platforms to stay ahead
  • Share why a multi-cloud approach is the model of choice in today’s ever-changing world
View Now

Data Center Evolution: Getting In Front Of the Change

BY THE END OF 2018, 50 PERCENT OF NORTH AMERICAN SERVER RACKS WILL BE OFF-SITE.

Data centers have come a long way since they first began appearing as a fixture of corporate computing. According to Datacenter Dynamics, the total number of data centers around the world was set to peak at 8.6 million in 2017, and then begin a slow decline. But what is driving the decline?

In the era of widespread cloud adoption and cloud-enabled managed hosting, more and more enterprises are realizing that managing issues like IT sprawl and underutilized servers is a headache they can live without. The economics of running large data centers has fundamentally changed, leading to a change in long-term IT strategy.

In our Data Center Evolution: Getting in Front of the Change video, join speaker Jim Hawkins, VP, Global DC Operations & Engineering at Rackspace as he:

  • Discusses the evolution of the data center and its current trajectory
  • Experiences a virtual tour of Rackspace’s data centers and operations

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

Jim Hawkins, VP, Global DC Operations & Engineering, Rackspace

Jim has been with Rackspace for over 8 years. He is responsible for leading our data center, network, change management, monitoring, and implementation teams globally across Rackspace. His specialty includes weaving Lean Six Sigma and operational discipline into the design and daily operation of Rackspace’s critical infrastructure and teams.

View Now

The Public Cloud Smackdown

Choosing a public cloud vendor within your organization can be a grueling battle between differing opinions. And if it begins to resemble a cage fight more than a heated debate, then it might be time for outside experts to weigh in.

In this session, our experts in Azure, AWS and Google square off to:

  • Compare and contrast the distinguishing features of each cloud ecosystem
  • Explain why there are times you need multiple platforms to stay ahead
  • Share why a multi-cloud approach is the model of choice in today’s ever-changing world
View Now

The Public Cloud Smackdown

Choosing a public cloud vendor within your organization can be a grueling battle between differing opinions. And if it begins to resemble a cage fight more than a heated debate, then it might be time for outside experts to weigh in.

In this session, our experts in Azure, AWS and Google square off to:

  • Compare and contrast the distinguishing features of each cloud ecosystem
  • Explain why there are times you need multiple platforms to stay ahead
  • Share why a multi-cloud approach is the model of choice in today’s ever-changing world
View Now

Data Center Evolution: Getting In Front Of the Change

BY THE END OF 2018, 50 PERCENT OF NORTH AMERICAN SERVER RACKS WILL BE OFF-SITE.

Data centers have come a long way since they first began appearing as a fixture of corporate computing. According to Datacenter Dynamics, the total number of data centers around the world was set to peak at 8.6 million in 2017, and then begin a slow decline. But what is driving the decline?

In the era of widespread cloud adoption and cloud-enabled managed hosting, more and more enterprises are realizing that managing issues like IT sprawl and underutilized servers is a headache they can live without. The economics of running large data centers has fundamentally changed, leading to a change in long-term IT strategy.

In our Data Center Evolution: Getting in Front of the Change video, join speaker Jim Hawkins, VP, Global DC Operations & Engineering at Rackspace as he:

  • Discusses the evolution of the data center and its current trajectory
  • Experiences a virtual tour of Rackspace’s data centers and operations

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

Jim Hawkins, VP, Global DC Operations & Engineering, Rackspace

Jim has been with Rackspace for over 8 years. He is responsible for leading our data center, network, change management, monitoring, and implementation teams globally across Rackspace. His specialty includes weaving Lean Six Sigma and operational discipline into the design and daily operation of Rackspace’s critical infrastructure and teams.

View Now

Data Center Evolution: Getting In Front Of the Change

BY THE END OF 2018, 50 PERCENT OF NORTH AMERICAN SERVER RACKS WILL BE OFF-SITE.

Data centers have come a long way since they first began appearing as a fixture of corporate computing. According to Datacenter Dynamics, the total number of data centers around the world was set to peak at 8.6 million in 2017, and then begin a slow decline. But what is driving the decline?

In the era of widespread cloud adoption and cloud-enabled managed hosting, more and more enterprises are realizing that managing issues like IT sprawl and underutilized servers is a headache they can live without. The economics of running large data centers has fundamentally changed, leading to a change in long-term IT strategy.

In our Data Center Evolution: Getting in Front of the Change video, join speaker Jim Hawkins, VP, Global DC Operations & Engineering at Rackspace as he:

  • Discusses the evolution of the data center and its current trajectory
  • Experiences a virtual tour of Rackspace’s data centers and operations

ABOUT THE PRESENTER:

Jim Hawkins, VP, Global DC Operations & Engineering, Rackspace

Jim has been with Rackspace for over 8 years. He is responsible for leading our data center, network, change management, monitoring, and implementation teams globally across Rackspace. His specialty includes weaving Lean Six Sigma and operational discipline into the design and daily operation of Rackspace’s critical infrastructure and teams.

View Now