Big data and new enterprise cloud architectures are revolutionizing every industry in every country in the world. “At The Intersection” is a new kind of Web TV show, sponsored by Intel and EMC, that finds and explores the cutting edge of these trailblazing new technologies and the fascinating gurus driving them.
Hosted by Ken Jennings, a popular tech blogger (and all-time Jeopardy! champ), the show offers direct audience access and live Twitter interaction with the tech rock stars who are driving these massive changes. Each 15 minute episode features a 5 minute tech feature story followed by a lively panel discussion on the topic, which then connects to a live Twitter conversation.
We’ve all heard of public, private, and hybrid clouds. But what happens you connect a giant state-of-the-art data center to a closed, highly secure network; and sell your cloud service exclusively to a select group of businesses with shared needs and concerns? The National Institute of Standards and Technology calls it a Community Cloud – and we think it’s the fourth wave of Cloud Computing.
The pilot episode explores how Jaguar Land Rover and lead designer Gerry McGovern are making use of big data through the capabilities of HPC clusters and EMC Isilon scale-out storage systems to revolutionize design, visualization, and simulation, as they did for the award-winning Range Rover Evoque*.
Big data science and enterprise cloud are revolutionizing entire industries—and the planet! Explore amazing innovations and meet the tech gurus driving them.
At the Intersection program >
Discusses community cloud services benefits using NYSE Technologies' closed network example.
Diane Bryant discusses a wide range of topics including what are the most exciting innovations in the data center surrounding cloud and big data.
Citrix discusses using cloud on-boarding for expanded resources.
HyTrust discusses building a secure cloud computing solution.
Citrix partners with Intel for cloud interoperability and cloud on-boarding proof of concept.
Video: IT experts discuss OpenStack proof of concept which aligns with security and carbon footprint usage models from the Open Data Center Alliance.
Parallels works with Intel to provide security monitoring and service catalogs to deploy virtual machines.
Red Hat partners with Intel to enable business agility with Red Hat CloudForms.
Parallels discusses building a cloud with Trusted Compute Pools
Using Intel® AES-NI in cloud reduces code size, execution cycles, vulnerability to attack while boosting performance. (4:20)
Video: Intel Cloud 2015 Vision offers a balanced, end-to-end model for cloud architecture, from data center to end-point client devices. (2:57)
Canonical discusses building a cloud with Ubuntu*
Cisco demos their Virtualized Multi-Tenant Data Center* solution
Video: Lew Tucker on interoperability amongst cloud computing and how Cisco brings optimal solutions to its customers. (1:46)
With a cloud on-boarding solution from Intel and Citrix, you can move front-end app servers to the cloud while keeping sensitive back-end database servers secure in your data center.