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Hear how two of the winners of the 2016 Master the Mainframe competition used Apache Spark for z/OS.

Global economic misalignment, deeper social engagement and accelerating technology cycles are major trends influencing IT environments. In Part 3 of 3, Marc Dupaquier, Vice President of Marketing, Communications and Strategy for IBM Systems and Technology Group, explains the risks of disruptive shifts caused by new technologies arriving faster and faster.

Global economic misalignment, deeper social engagement and accelerating technology cycles are major trends influencing IT environments. In Part 2 of 3, Marc Dupaquier, Vice President of Marketing, Communications and Strategy for IBM Systems and Technology Group, describes a new model for IT vendors' systems of engagement with clients.

Global economic misalignment, deeper social engagement and accelerating technology cycles are major trends influencing IT environments. In Part 1 of 3, Marc Dupaquier, Vice President of Marketing, Communications and Strategy for IBM Systems and Technology Group, explores some of the factors fueling current macroeconomic trends.

Join IBM Systems experts and IT infrastructure professionals at IBM InterConnect 2017 and learn how to get started and where to go next as you architect the future of your business.

Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9ltIiKrdHI

Video by Vinicius Prado, IBM Storage Sales Manager.
Answers the following two questions about IBM Spectrum Storage Suite:

1) How is it possible to intelligently monitor a storage environment in a single panel?
2) How can you simplify and save on data protection management? Is it necessary to make multiple copies of the same data so that they are safe?

 

Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5UiFJY7Ez8

Video by Vinicius Prado, IBM Storage Sales Manager.
Answers the following questions about IBM Spectrum Storage Suite:
1) Speaking of ILM (data life cycle) how can you ensure that the data is stored in the correct layer? Is it necessary to always record historical data on disk? For example, are there technologies that can automatically move data to the tape layer?
2) How can you manage a diverse storage infrastructure? Do you create a single control panel?
3) Without traditional IT, is it possible to grow rapidly in the storage area? Are traditional storage solutions prepared for the cloud?
4) With the exponential growth of unstructured data, "Big Data" or even NAS environments, will companies be able to manage this demand in a single space? Is it possible to access the same data in parallel?

Data is growing to such an extent that many companies see a looming crisis when they should see an opportunity. Watch how Arizona Beverages entrusted IBM with their IT migration, turning their data crisis into a business advantage, saving time, money and resources.

Dan Galvan, VP, Storage Systems Marketing and Strategy, describes how IBM has helped thousands of clients analyze and manage the increasing avalanche of information.