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Program Overview

This program outlines Intel’s broad portfolio of data center technologies and how these products supercharge enterprises with next-generation compute, storage, and networking. Global enterprises count on Intel ® technology to unravel complex data and deliver meaningful insight.

In this course, James Chapman, platform applications engineer at Intel provides an overview of OpenStack* Enhanced Platform Awareness (EPA) features including CPU pinning, huge page, NUMA, PCIe pass-through and SR-IOV.

In this video, Intel Senior Principal Engineer & SDI Architect in Intel's Data Center Group, Das Kamhout, gives an introductory overview of modern data centers embracing Intelligent Resource Orchestration.

This video describes the converged and hyperconverged Xeon®-based solutions available for deploying SDI with VMware software. Solutions discussed, include Cisco, HP Enterprise, Lenovo and Dell.

This video describes the converged and hyperconverged Xeon®-based solutions available for deploying SDI with Microsoft. Solutions discussed, include HPE, Dell and Cisco.

In this animated video, Intel Cloud Builders University participants learn how Intel® Quick Assist Technology can extend cloud and data center capacity securely and improve storage application performance with hardware-based data compression.

In this video, Intel Research Scientist and Architect, Andrew Herdrich, describes Intel® Resource Director Technology (RDT), its uses and its benefits and how to deploy it in the data center.

In this course, Intel's Lead Architect, Service Provider Group, Petar Torre, provides an overview of cloud, starting with what is a cloud, some cloud business models, and then some details on OpenStack and Virtual Infrastructure Manager.

In this course, viewers gain a high level overview of software-defined infrastructure (SDI), what goes into making a software-defined enterprise and an how converged infrastructure simplifies SDI deployment.

In this video, Andrew Herdrich, Research Scientist at Intel & an Intel Product team based in Ireland, show a demo that illustrate how to detect and control noisy neighbors with a GUI based on the Intel ® Resource Director Technology.

In this video, Kartik Gopal, Pre – Sales Technical Solutions Architect at Intel, provides an introduction to container technology.

This Video would help viewers understand how to build a unified hybrid cloud leveraging both the public and private clouds. Key topics include Software Defined Infrastructure, Containers, Virtual Machines and Workload Placement.

In this video, Darren Pulsipher of the Intel Data Center Group, provides an introduction on how to use software defined infrastructure to help transform the data center.

Learn how to utilize Snap, an open telemetry framework, that helps to simplify the collection, processing and publishing of system data through a single API

In this course, Stephen Chenoweth, Intel® Product Manager, provides an overview of Intel’s Xeon Scalable Processors. In this course you will learn of the many features and benefits that are built into the processor itself, what performance you can expect for specific data center workloads, and much more.

The ever-changing Datacenter is opening up multiple business opportunities and defining a Hybrid-Cloud environment is crucial in capitalizing your solutions in this market. Learn how connecting public and private cloud into a hybrid cloud can enhance your business.

Intel's Lead Architect, Service Provider Group, Petar Torre, and Market Development Manager, Jordan Rodgers, discuss server-based virtualization technology, including Intel® Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT), virtual networking topologies and network virtualization overlays (NVO).

This course provides an overview of the Intel® Xeon®E processors in new entry-level server designs. These servers target two opportunities: 1) secure cloud services using Intel SGX and 2) small businesses for on premise server upgrades or refresh. This training provides a quick overview of the features of these processors, how they benefit each of these three key market opportunities, and where you can find new resources and tools.

In this course Lynn Comp, Vice President, Data Center Group and General Manager of the Visual Cloud Division at Intel Corporation, provides an overview of the visual cloud market, industry trends and design principles. This course provides an introduction to the four core building blocks of visual cloud and the five key services. Lynn also explains how Intel helps meet the growing demands for visual cloud workloads by enabling hardware and software solutions for video delivery, cloud graphics, and media analytics. 

This course provides an introduction into the features and architecture of Scalable Video Technology (SVT), SVT encoders, high efficiency video coding (HEVC) and using a Human Visual System (HVS) optimized classifier. This course will also discuss the real-time performance on Intel® Xeon® based processors.

Intel® Infrastructure Management Technologies enabling optimal use of IT resources for "Software Defined” environments. Intel® Server Platform include valuable features which provide a rich and growing set of data and control points that can be used for configuration, reporting, monitoring and managing workloads, and data. Intel® IMT technologies offer functions that are detectable, reportable and configurable to allow software to monitor, manage, and control the resources more efficiently.

FPGA is an acronym for field-programmable gate array—a semiconductor-integrated circuit where a large majority of the electrical functionality inside the device can be changed, even after the equipment has been shipped to customers out in the ‘field’. The trainings in this course will educate students on these powerful devices and how they can be customized to accelerate key workloads and enable design engineers to adapt to emerging standards or changing requirements.

Intel® FPGAs offer a wide variety of configurable embedded SRAM, high-speed transceivers, high-speed I/Os, logic blocks, and routing. Built-in intellectual property (IP) combined with outstanding software tools lower FPGA development time, power, and cost. In the trainings for this course you will learn how to enable many of these built in features.

Intel® Builders University