Tuesday May 1, 2018 7pm at MassBay Community College, Wellesley
NetApp - Data Management at Enterprise Scale
About the meeting
The world is changing fundamentally and quickly. Many customers are at the turning point.
There is an unstoppable drive toward data management to face IT challenges today. NetApp
will discuss these issues and their first generation hyper converged infrastructure that provides
guaranteed performance, flexibility & scale, with an automated infrastructure that consolidates
mixed workloads with confidence.
NetApp develops and delivers a portfolio of products that enable companies to manage their data on Premise, in the Cloud, or in a Hybrid Cloud. Doug will discuss industry trends and how customers are leveraging Next Generation technology that enable better user experiences while lowering IT costs.
About the speaker, Doug Brown
Doug Brown supports the Cloud Infrastructure division for the New England Territory at NetApp. Prior to working at NetApp Doug has worked for Storage organizations, has sold SaaS and Enterprise software, as well as consulted with many Fortune 100 companies as they developed their Mobile strategy and moved to Agile development methodologies. Doug received both his MBA and BA from Assumption College in Worcester, MA.
About the location
The meeting will be held at Massachusetts Bay Community College (MassBay) in Wellesley Hills. We will
meet on the 3rd floor in room 316.
You will need to have a free parking permit and directions. These are located online (print yours)
Please join us on our Meetup site You can access an archive of BNUG's past meetings and links to meeting video recordings, slides, notes, etc.
(We may videotape this meeting for later viewing and possibly broadcast.)
Next Exec Board Meeting
Tuesday April 17, 2018
Panera Bread, Burlington MA
BNUG Executive Board Meetings are always open to
all BNUG members. You are invited to join with the
Executive Board in planning future BNUG activities
at the Board's regular monthly meeting, usually
held on the third Tuesday of each month.
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may change on short notice,
if you're coming so we can keep you up-to-date if we make any changes.
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Upcoming Scheduled General Meeting(s)
Tuesday June 5, 2018 7pm at MassBay Community College, Wellesley
Architecting Better Security with Cisco
About the meeting
Architecting Better Security & Business Outcomes with SAFE. Security is becoming more widely required and increasingly
expensive for organizations to implement correctly.
This means that security leaders need to find ways to help drive operational goals while still adding more security
strength. In this talk, we will introduce you to the SAFE security design process. SAFE is an architectural
methodology that improves the collaboration and design efforts between the Security, Networking, and Business
objectives within your organization. This vendor agnostic talk will take you through simple, time tested strategies
to identify success criteria for security, clarify risks, threats, and polices, and bring the right security
capabilities into your security architecture that aligns with your network implementations and business outcome.
About the speaker, William Young
William Young is a Security Solutions Architect at Cisco. His career focuses on developing an understanding
of how security solutions must advocate, protect, and ensure business success. In 2001, he shifted his
background in security architecture into security solution sales, intent on helping customers address
not just specific security needs, but unique value benefits from well-deployed solutions. Having guided
customers through compliance needs, cyber warfare and threat response, SOC operations, and outcome based
security architecture, William focuses on integrating security capabilities to maximize security and operational outcomes.