One of the ways I learn is by joining webinars. Even if its technology that might not be on my radar at the moment, I make the time to engage in discussions and learn about 'what’s new' or learn 'new ways' to do things.
This month we have a number of really interesting webinars available. Join one or join them all, one thing is for sure, you will come away more knowledgeable!
Check out these webinars;
Simple, Affordable, No-Install Disaster Recovery: That’s Xi Leap
Mar 4, 2020, 10:00 AM PT
Businesses are increasingly dependent upon IT for competitive advantage while threats against IT are ever-increasing. Business-critical applications have become the lifeblood of the enterprise even though the gap is widening between this reliance on IT services and a company’s ability to protect it. The cost of building and maintaining a secondary datacenter for disaster protection is sometimes cost-prohibitive. Coddling together a patchwork of legacy technologies is often the best some companies can afford.
A Day In the Life of a Database Hero
March 11, 2020, 9:00 AM PT
We will walk through the day-to-day tasks that pull an administrator in different directions, such as provisioning new databases at speed and managing an ever-growing database estate across production, dev, and test environments. You'll learn how to tackle zero-day database vulnerabilities without throwing a wrench in the entire day or week and how to increase your database backup frequency without affecting performance and using less storage than traditional methods.
Intelligent ITOps for Your Nutanix Infrastructure
March 18, 2020 10 AM PT
Do you want to automate IT tasks, but don't know where to start? You’re not alone. Most automation tools are either not natively integrated into the core HCI or automation has historically taken a long time to implement.You'll learn how to use Prism Pro to manage operations at scale using: Capacity Planning and Runway Reports, Anomaly-detection and VM right sizing and Powerful automation of your day-to-day IT operations
After you participate in a webinar, be sure to continue the conversation on the community forums and share what you learned and how you think it could benefit you and your organization.