Review the IT Tour 2021 Auvergne Rhne-Alpes broadcast

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Aired on September 29, 2021, the IT Tour 2021 program gave pride of place to feedback from the Auvergne Rhne-Alpes region, including those of Thomas Chejfec (DSI Haulotte), Nina Reignier Tayar (Director of Numrique Universit Grenoble Alpes) and Renaud Causier (DSI Oogarden).

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The editorial staff of Le Monde Informatique has given you an appointment on Wednesday, September 29, 2021 for its IT Tour 2021 program with a first stop devoted to the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region. This event was carried out in partnership with Adira, Clusir Rhône Alpes and Club 27001 and also benefits from the support of AFCDP, Cesin and Clusif.

As part of this program, the major editorial interview was conducted with Thomas Chejfec, CIO of Haulotte, who answered questions from the editorial staff to expose the main issues oriented towards digital transformation and low code at the service of the group’s users. Among the feedback, you have been able to find that of Nina Reignier Tayar, digital director of the University of Grenoble Alpes, who came back to the project for the management of access and multi-establishment identities. After the themes around digital transformation, low code or even identity management, it is on that of SD-WAN that Oogarden’s CIO, Renaud Causier, intervened. A sequence dedicated to innovative companies, with the help of MyFrenchStart-up, gave the opportunity to Cyrille Elsen, CIO of the innovative start-up Serenecity to demonstrate the visualization of cyberthreats and the automation of blocking rules.

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The low code enhances the skills of the employee

Thomas Cheijfec (DSI Haulotte)

Thanks to low code, simple but clever applications could be developed, explains Thomas Chejfec, CIO of Haulotte. (credit: LMI)

Manufacturer of nacelles and power units allowing work at height, the Haulotte group generates sales of around 500 million euros for 2,500 employees. Present in Asia, Europe and the United States, the group places particular emphasis on China. Three years ago, Haulotte launched a restructuring plan focusing on the role of the IT department in business departments, a plan that has come to an end with a new strategic IT plan. “We have made a strong shift towards digital in our products and IT has a big role to play,” explains Thomas Cheifec. Today, five foundations form Haulotte’s IT plan: user centricity, business value, IT basics, data and security.

As part of improving the user experience, Haulotte has developed several actions: digitips, training sessions with 5 employees in an open space discussing a theme (pivot tables, better publishing with Teams, etc.) to share Knowledge. “These 180 themes are entered by users, which makes it possible to follow the trend of what users want to have in this training”, indicates Thomas Chejfec. But also capitalize on external ideas, develop the digital certification of users (data, equipment and development), and create an ecosystem around a new form of IS thanks to low code. Among the examples: an automatic end-of-line replenishment tool that will be distributed in several factories, the digital visitors’ welcome book, machine checkpoints… “If I had wanted to develop all of this, I would have had to ‘hiring 5 developers, with low code we allow an employee to flourish while enhancing their skills, ”explains the manager. “From the moment I have an employee who has a good idea and his manager is good, let’s go”.

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Specializing in the online sale of products for exterior fittings, Oogarden, created in 2006, has sales of around 100 million euros. Historically, these different sites are connected via an Orange MPLS contracted by a host. Forced to change the connections of all its suites after a partnership between its host and IP-Line, Oogarden took the opportunity to contract directly with the operator, increase speeds and switch to optical fiber.

Very low costs with SD-WAN

IT Tour web TV 2021

Oogarden’s CIO Renaud Causier on the 2021 IT Tour web TV morning of Le Monde Informatique. (credit: LMI)

As part of its project, Oogarden studied the Orange and Jaguar Networks offers. “The advantages of MPLS are its age and proven reliability, and also to have a single operator and therefore a single support in the event of a problem”, indicates Renaud Causier. “MPLS is an aging technology and links are expensive internationally, while for very low costs with SD-WAN, there are Internet outlets via each local operator which avoids congestion. the main network and we can connect different wireless technologies, 4G, FTTH or FTTO fiber ”.

The IAM at the service of the urbanization of the information system

Grenoble Alpes University

Nina Reignier Tayar, Digital Director of the University of Grenoble Alpes in duplex visio on the next web TV IT Tour 2021 Auvergne Rhône-Alpes du Monde Informatique. (credit: LMI)

Director of digital at the University of Grenoble Alpes (58,000 students) – and also a member of the board of directors of the CSIES (IT services committee for higher education and research) -, Nina Reignier Tayar is notably responsible for a Multi-establishment identity and access management repository. In terms of equipment, the UGA has 6,000 workstations, manages 200 applications and 100,000 IT accounts. “We have observed a multiplication of access accounts, a global complexity and a security issue to know who accesses the IS, for what reasons and at what period”, explains Nina Reignier Tayar.

To meet these different objectives and the need for uniqueness of accounts, the University set out on an IAM solution based on internal development, open source to have “an efficient solution mastered and updated”, specifies Nina Reignier Tayar. The multi-site and authorization management capacities of this tool, called Biper (interuniversity database of people and their role), allows people to be enrolled immediately. “We have cabled our entire IS with around fifty data sources to supply Biper with automated and manual flows allowing named and identified correspondents to make manual entries for temporary access.” More than an IS access repository, Biper is also used to facilitate the urbanization of IS linked to major changes in applications. “We realized that we can use our IAM as a data hub to urbanize our information system,” confirms Nina Reignier Tayar.

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As part of the show, the CIO of the start-up Serenecity Cyrille Elsen also demonstrated this solution based on several modules covering many cybersecurity functions. The highly visual tables of compromised network identifiers and IP addresses make it possible to react quickly to the risks of ransomware or bounce attacks. For the IPS part, the solution offered by Serenicty is called Detoxio and cuts off between Internet access and computer equipment. On the IDS side, it is Probio which provides the service which, according to Cyrille Elsen, operates as a “mini EDR”.

The IT Tour Auvergne Rhône Alpes benefited from the support of Veeam, Nutanix and Intel, Matrix42, Hub One, Dell Technologies and Darktrace.

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