Announcing Visualyze, an Industry-First Global Cloud Visibility Conference
See everything from the core to the cloud
Digital transformation and cloud have become critical to thrive in business but managing the complexity of hybrid cloud infrastructure has become a nightmare.
For the IT function, blind spots still exist: Cloud tools can’t see the network, and network tools can’t see in any detail what’s happening in the cloud. Those problems manifest in less-than-perfect productivity, an infrastructure that’s difficult to defend, and slow time-to-production for new apps and services.
IT professionals and executives in SecOps, NetOps, and DevOps need the complete picture to resolve complex issues, and address those security and performance challenges. During the course of the free, three-day Gigamon Visualyze Conference, learn how to simplify, secure, and scale your hybrid cloud environment with complete visibility.
Dates for your calendar:
AMER-EMEA | May 11 – 13, 2021
APAC | May 12 – 14, 2021
In addition to hearing from Gigamon’s CEO Paul Hooper and CTO Shehzad Merchant, attendees will brush (virtual) shoulders with industry colleagues, experts, thought leaders, and vendors in this space, and your keynote speakers need no introduction: Brian Krebs (Krebson Security) and Thomas Koulopoulos (Delphi Group).
One of the world’s most respected cybercrime investigative journalists, Brian will address many of the issues that hybrid environments create from the perspective of data security, privacy, and SecOps challenges. Tom is a renowned speaker and technology visionary. He’s the author of 13 books, an Inc.com stalwart, and, according to legendary corporate theorist Peter Drucker, “makes you question not only the way you run your business, but the way you run yourself.”
The event comes on the heels of the release of Hawk, the total visibility and analytics fabric for the cloud from Gigamon. Visualyze is a perfect place to see the solution in action: Hawk heralds a new generation of infrastructure oversight and protection, from data in motion between containers on public clouds, to Levels 2 through 7 of on-premise traffic. No stone is left unturned, no attack surface remains unseen by Hawk – it’s the only viable analytics fabric today that gives IT professionals the mile-high view they need as topologies shift to both multi and hybrid cloud models.
In addition to the powerful keynotes, there’ll be executives panels focused on cloud security and visibility featuring security and IT pros from leading enterprises and ecosystem partners, including Arrow, AWS, FireEye, Fortinet, Nutanix, Optiv, Oracle, Riverbed, and Zscaler. Attendees will also get hands-on with market-leading tools, and learn to problem-solve better with experts and industry peers in birds-of-a-feather sessions. Get the answers you need in ask-the-engineer sessions, and, if you’re a Gigamon customer, get exclusive roadmap previews of upcoming cloud, security, core, and 5G products. Learn about the present, know what’s coming, and sense the hybrid cloud’s future — all over three days.
The advantages of cloud adoption are becoming more apparent, but many businesses still have a pure physical infrastructure mindset, with outdated thinking and tools to match. With data analysis and oversight fabric solution Hawk, you can safely and productively adopt new cloud paradigms in a complete, business-focused, and scalable way.
Be one of the attendees at this three-day, worldwide free virtual event, and find out how to adapt rapidly to business demands in an environment over which you have full visibility and control.
Run fast, stay secure, innovate — and have fun! Sign up right here and remember, you can’t go to the cloud without Gigamon.
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