Top Trends in NetOps and SecOps in 2020, Part 1 of 2

How can IT Teams leverage data for business opportunities, revenue growth, and trusted brand loyalty?

Clayton Dukes, CEO


Top Trends in NetOps and SecOps in 2020, Part 1 of 2

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Data is transforming organizations and industries at an alarming rate, and while technology has made significant shifts, enterprise businesses must adopt it to enhance the way they can use that data.

A couple fun facts as we get started:

  • This year alone, every person will generate 1.7 megabytes every second
  • Internet users generate about 2.5 quintillion bytes of data each day
  • IDC predicts the world’s data will grow to 175 zettabytes in 2025

Enterprises across the globe are positively embracing the strength of data, and it’s exciting to think about what this technology holds for companies this year.

This two-part piece will look at the top trends in data and how enterprise IT Teams can prepare to leverage data for business opportunities, revenue growth and trusted brand loyalty.

Edge Computing To Emerge as the Key to Device Management

This year, devices are set to become smarter than ever before. The use of them is will also increase to new levels. Already, through the collection and analysis of data, these devices – whether they be voice assistants, video alarms, or smart thermostats – are able to learn about our preferences and adjust accordingly.

40 trillion gigabytes of data—that’s is a lot of data that is expected to be ingested during this year. volume of data they collect is expected to exceed record levels in 2020—nearing 40 trillion gigabytes of data (40 zettabytes). The more devices we use, the harder it becomes to collect all data into a central repository, analyze it and then push the resulting recommendations back to the device.

Businesses need to adopt technologies that execute the compute function on these devices, or on the ‘edge’ of these devices, and LogZilla’s Network Event Orchestrator is enabling IT to ingest the highest volume of data with unlimited scale, all thanks to its patented pre-duplication feature.

Watch LZ NEO preduplicate event data in real time; working with any traditional log tool, making it work fast, and better, for less…all in less than five minutes to 100% operability.

Check back for Part Two next week!



Clayton Dukes

Clayton Dukes

CEO

4819 Emperor Boulevard Suite 400
Raleigh, NC,27703

About Clayton

Clayton Dukes leverages over two decades of experience in network systems design, implementation, and management. Early years included designing an open source solution to solve network event management challenges as a Datacenter Lead Engineer at Cisco, which and ultimately led to a later-creation of the LogZilla Network Event Orchestrator platform. Dukes has co-authored the CCIE SP OPS certification and resides in North Carolina
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