A network services road map for Think 2018
If you’ve signed up for IBM Think 2018 or you’re considering attending, you’ve probably taken a look at the some of the great sessions we have planned. Spoiler: There are a lot of them, and they all feature presentations by some of today’s top minds in IT and business technology.
Having a hard time choosing what sessions to attend? We’re here to help. Here’s a road map to Think 2018 for anyone who’s interested in all things network services.
The network is essential
Infrastructure Campus, Session ID: 7791
As network virtualization drives the convergence of cloud, security and services into software-defined infrastructure (SDI) — which is key for hybrid clouds — enterprises realize that network transformation is a foundational requirement. Join this session to learn how IBM SDI represents a multi-tower approach to leverage single-tower technologies such as SDN to enable hybrid clouds.
Mercedes-Benz Stadium: The inside story of one of the world’s most technologically advanced stadiums
Infrastructure Campus, Session ID: 4129
Hear how AMBSE partnered with IBM to design and deliver an end-to-end digital experience for the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
Think tank sessions
SD-WAN for efficient application steering over WAN links
Infrastructure Campus, Session ID: 7802
The enterprise WAN network challenge is growing in both cost and complexity, and leveraging multiple carriers creates a level of complexity and cost that most companies aren’t prepared to deal with. This session covers some of the client success stories where IBM Network Services helped them to optimize their wide area network for agility, simplified management and better price performance.
Always-on hybrid cloud platforms for enterprises
Infrastructure Campus, Session ID: 7804
Network transformation is making way for hybrid cloud environments, but the new software-based network certainly brings concerns around adoption, time to market, security and scalability. Learn through this session how IBM can help enterprises rise to this challenge and take advantage of a new, always-on hybrid model.
SDThings: Software-defined network solutions for IoT
Infrastructure Campus, Session ID: 7806
To take full advantage of the Internet of Things, business and IT leaders need to seamlessly integrate a multi-provider IoT solution with their existing IT infrastructure. Learn through this session how IBM can be your trusted partner in network transformation that caters to the IoT landscape suited to your business.
Delivering secure network services
Infrastructure Campus, Session ID: 7808
Vulnerabilities like WannaCry and DDoS attacks — not to mention the move from on-premise to cloud and from proprietary hardware platforms to SDN — have driven companies to consider fundamental shifts in both their security and network infrastructure. This session cover software-defined infrastructures that are seamlessly integrated with security.
Breakout sessions with alliances
Cisco and IBM GTS: Partners in IT transformation
Breakout Session, Session ID: 5872
From data center transformation to software-defined networking in the enterprise and campus, Cisco and IBM GTS can solve any problem, and this session will discuss some of the strategic solutions that the two partners have created in data center and enterprise networking.
Network analytics and machine learning to enhance data center security and operations
Breakout Session, Session ID: 5924
In this session, we’ll discuss Cisco Tetration Analytics, which utilizes a sensor framework to analyze application behavior and accurately map application dependencies, employs machine learning to build dynamic policy models and enables application segmentation and automated enforcement.
The convergence of network, cloud and security with software-defined WAN
Breakout Session, Session ID: 7005
Learn from IBM and Juniper Networks how secure SD-WAN solutions can be securely delivered from the cloud, enabling enterprises to reap massive economic benefits.
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