In this Fireside Chat, CEO- Sean Barr, sat down with a few of our engineers to discuss what today's rapidly advancing technologies mean for the IT industry and the skill sets IT teams will need as we look into the future of IT.
Technology advances more rapidly today than ever before. We are hearing more and more tech companies integrating artificial intelligence and virtual or augmented reality into their platforms and products. The exponential growth in cloud computing is drives demand for flexible or “pay as you go” consumption models. As technology becomes more advanced and user-friendly it is becoming integrated into every aspect of our lives. As we integrate technology more and more into our business, there is an increased need for cybersecurity and data availability. But what does this all mean for the IT industry and the skill sets our IT teams will need as we look into the future of IT?
LookingPoint is pleased to announce our partnership with Rubrik, the market leader in Cloud Data Management, and the world's first platform to orchestrate data for hybrid cloud enterprises anytime, anywhere. As a Channel Partner LookingPoint will leverage Rubrik's cloud data management solutions and team of product experts to deliver the highest quality data protection, search, analytics, compliance, and copy data management to our customers. Rubrik now runs on AWS and Microsoft Azure to power data protection, rich data services for cloud-native applications. This partnership will allow LookingPoint to work with our clients to automate data management with a single interface, and to protect applications on-premise and in the cloud
Many companies have invested in VMware infrastructure software and have a lot of knowledge in supporting on-premise virtual servers. The VMware vCenter Server is extremely popular for managing virtual machines and providing automation for distributing resources evenly across a cluster of servers. There is a comfort in having direct vendor support from VMware for ensuring a stable production environment. However, when moving virtual machines to a public cloud can be disruptive to many IT departments. Let alone, the gap in support can increase risk for many Application Support Teams.
For many AWS customers, their workloads are located in one region, and in many cases their applications are utilizing only one availability zone within a region. To use the S3 outage as an example, the Simple Storage Service (S3) outage was localized to only the US East Region. Had customers replicated their S3 data to an additional region and utilized Amazons failover platform the outage would have gone unnoticed to all but the operators at AWS.
In this Fireside Chat CEO, Sean Barr, sits down with Principal Network Architect, Trevor Butler, to discuss a solution taking the industry by storm: Amazon Web Services. Sit back, relax, and enjoy another fireside chat.
By now I am sure most of us have heard of Amazon’s AWS, or Amazon Web Services, but how many of us know of its full potential. The biggest myth around AWS is that it is a cloud service for developers and doesn’t have a place for the enterprise environment however, while AWS offers a lot of platform services aimed at the developer, at its core, it offers a set of rich infrastructure services. Let’s look at these core services and how they relate to the enterprise customer.
LookingPoint is pleased to announce the official partnership with Tegile, a privately held enterprise storage vendor headquartered in Silicon Valley, California. As a Channel Partner LookingPoint will leverage Tegile’s enterprise storage solutions and team of product experts to deliver the highest quality storage experience to our customers. Partnering with a vendor that provides both all-flash and hybrid storage arrays will allow LookingPoint to work with clients to understand their application workloads and storage requirements before making any recommendation on the ideal storage solution.
Fireside Chats are a LookingPoint video series where we bring casual technology conversations to you! This week we are discussing another topic that is taking 2017 by storm: Enabling collaboration solutions in the workplace. Sit back, relax, and enjoy another fireside chat.
Whether you're making the jump to cloud with Cisco Spark or sticking with your existing on premise Unified Communications implementation, the push to enable collaboration is happening in businesses across all verticals. The need to enable collaboration and empower employees to work from anywhere while maintaining the same level of collaboration as an in-person interaction is in high demand. This need is driven by the influx of millennials into the workforce, the fact that no one likes commuting, or a bit of both.
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