Full-Stack Analytics explores the essence of implementing cross-layer, multi-domain analytics, emphasizing the need for an integrated platform that combines endpoint and network security telemetry for holistic threat detection. We’ll explore the transformative role of AI and machine learning in bolstering real-time intelligence across multiple layers and domains, enhancing predictive analytics and anomaly detection.
-Introduction to Full-Stack Analytics AI: Understanding the Necessity
-The Cybersecurity Gap: Need for a Unified Platform Solution
-Unveiling the Network Canonical Data Model (NCDM): Standardizing Data for Unified Analysis
-Operational Requirements for Integrated Network and Security Analytics
-Near-Real-Time Analytics: Moving Beyond Traditional Methods
-Role of AI and Machine Learning: Correlating Real-Time Intelligence
-Discussion and Q&A: Towards Robust Defense Mechanisms
Who Should Attend: This session is designed for cybersecurity professionals, network engineers, data analysts, AI/ML specialists, CIOs, and CTOs. It will also appeal to decision-makers in organizations looking to leverage full-stack analytics for improved network and security management, and any professionals interested in the cutting-edge intersection of AI, analytics, and cybersecurity.
Ernest co-founded ONUG with Nick Lippis after realizing that the user community needed to take control of their own destiny and expedite the network transformation. At the time he was VP of the Internetwork Engineering organization at Fidelity Investments and under his leadership Fidelity hosted the first ONUG in Boston in February 2013.
A 12-year veteran of Fidelity, Ernest was responsible for leading the team that engineered world class network, security, and application delivery services driving value to the customer beyond infrastructure management. Ernest also managed the Network and Voice service portfolio as well as Global Network Operations LAN/WAN teams and has held various technical and leadership roles.
As Technical Director, Aryo Kresnadi is responsible for setting network architecture strategies, futures and solutions for FedEx Global Enterprise Network supporting all FedEx information movement to ensure on-time delivery for all FedEx packages.
Current responsibility includes research and development of architecture, design and implementation of the next-generation network for FedEx data center, multi-cloud, and edge network for the FedEx field locations to support next-generation sensors, robotics, artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities.
Aryo holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) from Ohio State University and a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) from University of Pittsburgh. Aryo is currently based in Collierville, TN, the home of FedEx World Technology Center.
As Head of Technology at Nokia enterprises, Senad Palislamovic is responsible for the strategy and technical evolution of Nokia’s enterprise presales organization, solution architecture and sales engineering teams. As part of his role, Senad is directly engaged with the customer base spanning from Fortune 500, large and small enterprises all the way to public and private utilities and energy companies. Senad’s technical involvement with Nokia’s enterprise customer base spans the entire Nokia ION wireline and wireless portfolio. His current focus is in data center technologies and ongoing DC evolution. Prior to this role, Senad led a sales engineering organization focusing on SDN and SDWAN technologies as part of Nuage Networks BU. Before Nuage, Senad worked as Consulting Engineer within Nokia’s RBC ION organization focusing on the service provider market. And before joining Nokia, Senad spent ten years with Juniper Networks in various customer facing engineering roles. Senad holds a BS Degree in Telecommunications from Weber State University and has over 20 years of experience in networking and telecom industry, is a co-author of JUNOS High Availability Book, and numerous IETF RFC Standards in the area of IP/MPLS Control Plane signaling.
As the Chief Technical Evangelist for NetOps by Broadcom, Jeremy is passionate about meeting with customers to identify their IT operational challenges and produce solutions that fit their business and network transformation goals. Prior to joining Broadcom, he spent over 15+ years working in IT, across both public and private sectors, managing data centers for startups, healthcare, financial and federal system integrators. His previous roles as a data center administrator, engineer, architect and manager provided him invaluable insights into the challenges and goals of IT consumers.