Modernize your network to meet the demands of modern workloads

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The evolution of networks has seen a shift from legacy, proprietary technologies that are hardware-bound to modern, open technologies that are software-driven. As seen with the rapid adoption of server virtualization throughout data centers, today’s organizations are embracing the disaggregated approach of software-defined networking that bring enhanced efficiency, agility and security.

Our vision for the network is open.

In this session, explore Dell Technologies broadest open networking portfolios - spanning both hardware and software. The industry has recognized us for leadership in opening up the network through disaggregation of networking hardware and software, providing customers choice based on their unique needs.
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Mobile network operators (MNOs) are now considering ways to take advantage of the benefits that Virtualized RAN (vRAN) can deliver. vRAN gives MNOs greater network availability and better deployment flexibility using pooled, centralized resources that are operating on standardized commercially available hardware. The virtualized functions that provide the network’s baseband processing in vRANs also lower CAPEX and OPEX by reducing cell site real-estate space and the power needs of the equipment that no longer resides on-site.

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Data Virtualization – Separating Myth from Reality

Data virtualization is a practice that logically integrates data from disparate sources without the need to physically move the data. While this can be an appealing prospect, there is a good deal of confusion around this technology and how to use it to full advantage. This webinar will explain the pros and cons of data virtualization, along with practical use cases for implementation.
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How MSPs Can Make the Transition to Managed Security

Cybersecurity is the #1 revenue opportunity for MSPs, but the challenges of transitioning to cybersecurity has left some MSPs behind. From hiring and training staff to building a security stack, building a profitable managed security service requires careful selection of the services to be provided and the tools needed to deliver them. In this webinar, join Channel Futures Contributor, George Mellor, and Vade’s Head of US Sales Eric Courtwright, as they explore how MSPs can take advantage of cybersecurity opportunities and develop a master plan for growth. You’ll learn tips for building a scalable managed security service and avoiding the profit margin killers that can stunt growth. Register for the webinar to learn about: Why cybersecurity is the top growth driver for MSPs How to identify cybersecurity opportunities How to build a manageable security stack Why tool selection is crucial to scalability
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Best Practices for Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery in Hyper-Converged Infrastructures

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Join Director of Technical Sales, Barry Martin from Axellio and Sr Solutions Engineer, Rob Conley from 5nine as they share use cases, customer stories and best practices for business continuity and disaster recovery in HCI environments.
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The 7 Secrets to Performance Management of Virtualized Environments

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Whether you virtualize desktops or critical business applications, the dynamics and complexities of virtualized environments can cause significant performance and user experience issues that can diminish the benefits of virtualization and risk interruption of critical business processes. The toughest performance problems are the ones where users call and complain that "my application is slow". IT administrators often struggle to determine the root-cause of the problem and restore service levels: Is it the application server?
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Spotlight

Mobile network operators (MNOs) are now considering ways to take advantage of the benefits that Virtualized RAN (vRAN) can deliver. vRAN gives MNOs greater network availability and better deployment flexibility using pooled, centralized resources that are operating on standardized commercially available hardware. The virtualized functions that provide the network’s baseband processing in vRANs also lower CAPEX and OPEX by reducing cell site real-estate space and the power needs of the equipment that no longer resides on-site.

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