In this video, we discuss trade shows like VMworld becoming digital events and what that means, how companies have moved to a work from home lifestyle, and how Cloudian operates with VMware as a partner. Watch and learn as Sanjay Jagad explains more about the company's technology, and offers a view into the product.
Cloudian is a widely deployed independent provider of object storage systems, with advanced S3 compatibility and an extensive partnership ecosystem. Its award-winning flagship solution, HyperStore, provides limitless scalability and cloud-like technology, flexibility and economics in the data center. Cloudian's global data fabric architecture enables enterprises to store, find and protect object and file data seamlessly across sites, both on-premises and in public clouds, within a single, unified platform.
Learn more about Cloudian by visiting: https://cloudian.com
VMworld 2020 goes digital. Will you be in attendance? If the event were physical, I would have looked forward to visiting with Login VSI. So we reached out to them digitally instead.
With the current pandemic, we're seeing a lot of changes taking place in our normal, everyday lives -- both professionally and personally. One of those changes is the end of physical trade show events as we move to socially distance ourselves from one another. While some trade shows simply cancelled or postponed until 2021, others have made the switch to a 100% digital format. VMworld, the world's largest virtualization and cloud computing event hosted every year by VMware, is one of those shows -- enter for the first time ever, VMworld 2020 Digital.
While a physical VMworld event would normally have north of 150+ sponsors, a digital VMworld event won't be able to effectively support that number of sponsors.
Login VSI is dedicated to maximizing the end-user experience for digital workspaces. They do this by using synthetic users to automatically test and validate the impact of change in physical, virtual and cloud-based workspaces - safeguarding application and desktop performance.
It's time to gear up for VMworld 2020 digital! Get started now by reading this exclusive interview with Blair Parkhill, Product Manager at Login VSI to learn more and start getting excited for what's to come!
NAKIVO Backup & Replication is a data protection solution for virtual, physical, cloud and SaaS environments. The solution includes functionality for backing up, replicating and recovering VMware VMs running on vCenter-managed and standalone ESXi hosts, and Site Recovery, built-in disaster recovery orchestration. NAKIVO Backup & Replication offers lower-priced licensing plans for SMBs, full packages for enterprises and 24/7 technical support.
In this video, we discuss trade shows like VMworld becoming digital events and what that means, how companies have moved to a work from home lifestyle, and how Lakeside Software operates with VMware as a partner. Watch and learn as Ben Murphy explains more about the company's technology, and offers a view into the product.
Lakeside Software develops software that provides the visibility IT teams need to design and support productive digital workplaces. Customers use Lakeside Software technology to perform workplace analytics, IT asset optimization, remote work management, and AIOps. SysTrack is a digital experience monitoring solution that gathers and analyzes data on everything that may impact end-user experience and business productivity. It captures data such as CPU, disk, memory, and other 10,000+ data points. These are then analyzed by SysTrack and used by IT in countless ways that lower costs and optimize operations including: lowering the amount of help desk tickets, identifying over and under-provisioning, reducing time to resolution, tracking SLA performance, measuring the performance of rollouts, and more.
Learn more about Lakeside Software by visiting: https://www.lakesidesoftware.com/
COVID-19 has raised many questions about the maintenance of privacy, data protection, security and compliance of organizations. The norms considered to be the standard practice took a drastic turn when organizations of all sizes were forced to shift to remote-working arrangements almost overnight. With remote work still going strong, the pandemic leaves organizations vulnerable to security breaches largely because of the expanded attack surface. This has raised key deficiencies including:
Looking for answers for your organization on how to better solve problems with migrating employees to a Work From Home format? Watch this video interview as Henning Volkmer, President & CEO of ThinPrint, an industry expert in corporate print management, shares his expertise across a number of topics to help with the shift of users from the office to working from home.
About a third of Americans are now working from home, more ever than before. And quite simply, that's due in large part because of COVID-19 and the pandemic that was unleashed across the globe this year.
In this latest VMblog #WorkFromHome Series, we're exploring what technology means in this current paradigm shift of working remotely. And in order to do that, we're reaching out to industry experts to help shine a light on the subject. We're asking these experts to offer up their opinions and advice on what's taking place now and where things go in the future.
In this Q&A, VMblog connected with industry expert, Nico Zieck, Senior IT Architect at Liquit, to get his opinion on the work from home topic and at the same time, find out more about how Liquit can help companies achieve a positive work from home shift.
It started with Wi-Fi access and boomed! Then the work life balance generation came on strong, and now COVID-19. Working remotely, although not a new concept for some of us who's role requires travel, has exploded and is now a necessity due to the recent pandemic. Companies went from an average of 80% of their workforce required to operate in an office environment (on-prem), to 100% remote in an instant. IT teams should be commended for facilitating the process so quickly with some having limited resources at their disposal. Nonetheless, the biggest challenge now is that what, companies thought would be a temporary setup is not going away anytime soon. Some Silicon Valley organizations are instructing their workers to work remotely until at least the late Fall timeframe; Google plans on keeping workers remote until as late as October of 2021 and potentially longer.
IGEL recently concluded its third annual DISRUPT EUC event, which took place in Nashville, TN on January 27-29, 2020 and then flew over to Munich for its EMEA audience this week from February 4-6, 2020.
VMblog speaks with Trentent Tye of ControlUp during the IGEL DISRUPT 2020 event in Nashville, TN.
ControlUp is an ITOps analytics and management platform that helps ITOps teams to monitor, analyze and directly remediate problems in their on-premise, hybrid cloud and cloud infrastructures. ControlUp gives you deep visibility into the back end environment - Citrix/RDS/VMware servers or VDI. This capability provides a lot of information on how an environment is performing on the back end. They can even measure performance down to the application level.
ControlUp integrates into IGEL, providing visibility into the endpoint. This provides the capability to see how the endpoint itself is performing.
VMblog speaks with Brian Martynowicz of LoginVSI during the IGEL DISRUPT 2020 event in Nashville, TN.
LoginVSI and IGEL have partnered and integrated their two products. Login Enterprise (formerly Login PI) is now fully integrated into IGEL OS 11.03.
This integration gives IGEL customers the ability to test from the same hardware and locations of their remote users. Doing this “end-to-end testing” without breaking the chain of trust, will maximize the performance and availability on all IGEL OS-powered endpoints, ensuring application and desktop performance.
VMblog speaks with Phillip Johnson of LG during the IGEL DISRUPT 2020 event in Nashville, TN.
LG showed off and discussed their newest suite of cloud monitor solutions, including Zero Client and Thin Client displays, designed with the IT professional in mind. They have a NEW 24-inch and 38-inch AIO Thin Client endpoint devices and a Thin Client Box. Every LG Thin Client provides a secure, reliable and cost-efficient virtual desktop experience that's easy to implement and manage.
LG is also partnering with IGEL, showing their products which complements IGEL's OS solution. The IGEL operating system resides on the LG end point devices which they sell to the channel. And they also have a new integrated technology to help with the Healthcare industry.