15 Sep gen-E to present at 2018 NOC Summit on October 10th in Austin, TX
gen-E President, EMEA Rhett Williams to present at NOC Summit, a distinctive forum for relaying NOC and 24×7 technical operations command and control best practices.
In order to spark predictive, proactive, and innovative technical operations, forum participants are exposed to the diverse technologies and procedures used by leading industry partners. Engaging over 60 companies throughout North America, the NOC Summit retains unrivaled relevance toward dynamic topics covering event, incident, and systems management.
Tailored to 24×7 technical operations management, leadership and executives, this venue enables collaboration, networking, and fresh perspectives on today’s operational issues and best practices. The participants drive the Summit agenda. Consequently, attendees describe this venue as invaluable toward relationship building and identifying solutions to common operational and industry problems.
As the Gold Sponsor of the event, gen-E is presenting on the the topic of preventing data leaks, with better management, storage, and analytics of your data. Rhett Williams, gen-E’s President of EMEA, will discuss how the data tsunami surrounding companies today is causing them to intentionally disregard 90 to 95 percent of their network data. The reduced data set is viewed as the entire picture, which can create serious issues. By disregarding data, organizations are unable to correlate its relationship to present events. For service providers, this means they are unable to identify or predict network faults because of a lack of understanding of the relationship between disregarded data and the present data set – which can, and often does, lead to failures. Reducing the number of faults for the sake of fault reduction no longer works. All data needs to be rationalized in context to understand the current and future state of networks and systems. The root causes of issues need to be proactively addressed, which in turn reduces the number of both alarms and failures.
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