Webcasts & Events
Where to start? Continuous Delivery for Machine Learning
– Face the challenges of real-world ML systems with the MCubed webcast
In the second installment of our MCubed webcast series, automation expert Danilo Sato will walk you through the components of a good continuous delivery system and help you understand what is necessary to provide users with a stable, current ML application that makes use of all the latest assets.
Build a strategy so you don’t need to pay the ransom
– Practical Cyber Resilience
Join Rubrik’s James Blake, Field CTO - Security EMEA at Rubrik for the first episode of the Rubrik Ransomware Remediation Masterclass Series. James will talk to The Register’s Tim Phillips about the practical first steps to defend against ransomware and become a security forward enterprise.
The storage that powers genomic sequencing
– How TGen is using NVIDIA and Dell EMC PowerScale
For two decades TGen, a nonprofit medical research institute, has been using high-performance computing to conduct groundbreaking research that is already having life-changing results. But the next generation of AI-driven genomic medicine will require exponentially more data, and the speed with which it can be analysed will literally be a matter of life or death for patients. James Lowery, CIO of TGen, George Vacek of NVidia, and Ken Berta of Dell tell The Reg's Tim Phillips how they build storage for TGen's HPC applications.
Hybrid learning is a good thing
– How do you make it 'your' good thing?
In our latest Regcast, Shayla Rexrode, Lenovo’s WW Education Software Solution Manager, discusses with Tim Phillips the evolving landscape of hybrid learning.
Kubernetes portability with local NVMe performance
– Persistent storage with no compromise on performance, resiliency and lower TCO
In this Regcast, Sagy Volkov from Lightbits will explain to the Reg’s Tim Phillips why they believe Kubernetes developers can have it all with no compromises.
One for your machine learning toolkit
– Benford’s Distribution
In part one of our MCubed webcast series, Prof. Mark Whitehorn will outline what a Benford’s distribution looks like (obviously!) but, more importantly, will explain WHY this distribution occurs. It is vital to understand this because that knowledge allows you to decide whether the pattern is expected in a given set of data. If it is, then “nothing to see here, move along.” If it isn’t, further investigation may well yield fascinating insights (and put fraudsters in jail).September 2021
Managing JSON workloads at scale without heavy lifting
– The advantages of Amazon DocumentDB
How do you manage JSON workloads at scale, and how well is that working for you? As the volume and variety of your data balloons, the answer to the second question is often, “not well”. You need scalability, durability, and performance from your flat-file database. But if you’re managing it yourself, either in the data centre or the cloud, that’s a load of patching, upgrading, and maybe licensing headaches too.August 2021
Zero trust data management
– Fighting back and recovering from ransomware
Rubrik argues that the best defense is zero trust, employing security at the point of data. But how do you employ zero trust, and how do you put in place an architecture that means your backups truly are immutable?August 2021
– Enterprise for all!
If you’re sick of being treated like this, our Regcast will explain why you wouldn’t be forced to settle for mid-range functionality if you had a software-centric architecture to provide the performance, security and agility you need to drive your business. Storming the barricades with The Reg’s Tim Phillips will be Sam Marraccini and Kevin Rickson of Pure Storage, and Steve McDowell of Moor Insight.August 2021
The next chapter of public cloud adoption
– Getting the hard stuff right
Before covid-19 you were probably already migrating your workloads to the cloud, but what about the stuff that you haven’t tried yet, because it is so transformational, so mission-critical, so embedded in the business? Chapter 2 of your cloud strategy starts now.July 2021
Engineering metrics that matter
– Why is it so hard for engineering teams to measure their value?
Join Blake Walters and Graeme Harvey from CircleCI, and Rachel Stephens of Redmonk, who will be telling the Reg’s Tim Phillips how you can measure the performance of your engineering teams using the metrics that matter most.July 2021
Resiliency at the point of data
– Reduce risk and guarantee data availability
Data in the cloud can be just as vulnerable as your live data. How can you make sure you can rapidly recover your critical business data when disaster strikes?July 2021
The Future Of Supercomputing Is Now
– With The HPE Apollo 80 With A64FX
Join Simon McIntosh-Smith, professor in High Performance Computing and head of the Microelectronics Group at Bristol University, Robert Harrison, professor in the Applied Mathematics and Statistics department and founding director of the Institute for Advanced Computational Science at Stony Brook University, Sharda Krishna, senior manager of HPC and AI supercomputing products at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and Timothy Prickett Morgan, co-editor of The Next Platform, for a lively discussion about the issues of porting code to the A64FX architecture and the performance benefits that real users are seeing with this architecture, todayJuly 2021
– How did we get here (and where are we going)?
Join Jason Cook from Rubrik who will be explaining to the Reg’s Tim Phillips how attacks evolved to exploit Covid-19, and what the most successful organizations have done to defend against them.July 2021
It’s not if you embrace AI, it’s when
– (and when is probably now)
In this Regcast they will be showing you how to make the most of the paradigm shift in computing that AI represents – and explaining why this is a transformation, not a technology project.July 2021
Protect and recover your NAS and unstructured data
– Faster, more reliable, more compatible
The Network Data Management Protocol (NDMP) has been around for a quarter of a century and, if you’ve spent your entire career cursing its performance bottlenecks, vendor lock-ins and incompatibilities, you could probably do with a Regcast that will lower your blood pressure.July 2021
Migrating to AWS databases
– Build a modern data infrastructure
A data-driven culture is a competitive advantage and good data strategy is the foundation for transformation and innovation. If you can modernize your data infrastructure, it opens the door to advanced analytics and better machine learning.July 2021
Creating a Digital Culture
– Transformation from the inside out
Oliver McKenna, the CTO for EMEA at Workday, argues that first you need to transform your internal organisation from the management team downwards if you want to grab this opportunity. Create a digital culture, he argues, and your people will drive change forward, rather than see a digital transformation as something that is imposed on them.July 2021
Remote and branch office and edge IT
– Adapt to your new reality outside the data centre
After the changes of the last 12 months, we need ways to handle increasingly dispersed data and compute. Remote, branch (ROBO) and edge locations are changing – becoming distribution hubs, handling work from anywhere, and collecting, analyzing and acting on more data generated away from the main office.June 2021
Nutanix Database Summit: Modernising databases for the next era
– How to rework your databases
Knowledge packed keynotes from Tony Baer, Founder & CEO, dbInsight and Monica Kumar SVP Marketing, Nutanix, Andrew Brinded, VP and General Manager EMEA, Nutanix and Jeremy Launier, Senior Direct, Product Management, Nutanix will provide business perspectives on advances and best practice. You’ll also gain a deeper understanding of the importance of solutions that are fast, simple to use, available, secure, efficient, flexible and more than capable of keeping pace with enterprise demand for innovation.June 2021