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  • The Economics of Private Cloud Storage Infrastructure
    The Economics of Private Cloud Storage Infrastructure John Webster, Senior Analyst for Evaluator Group & Rob Commins, VP Corporate Marketing for Tegile Recorded: Mar 14 2017 49 mins
    Five Financial Implications of Solid State Storage.

    This webinar will explore the economic and financial ramifications of flash storage in the enterprise data center. We will look at:

    •Short and longer-term TCO impact and considerations,
    •The cost justification of a large-scale flash storage array vs. HDD
    •Shifting from Capex to Opex
    •Leasing options and considerations
    •The pay-as-you-go model
  • The Business Value of NVMe
    The Business Value of NVMe Ben Woo, Principal Analyst for Neuralytix & Rob Commins, VP Corporate Marketing for Tegile Recorded: Feb 23 2017 39 mins
    NVMe is a new technology, capable of delivering very high performance and low latency. But most of the conversation has been around the technical innovation. There are wonderful new opportunities, business opportunities that NVMe can expose. This webinar will look at use cases for NVMe in your organization, and how it's integration can enable your business to profit from the technology.
  • Understanding Game-Changing Emerging Storage Technologies
    Understanding Game-Changing Emerging Storage Technologies Russ Fellows, Senior Analyst, Evaluator Group & Rob Commins - VP Corporate Marketing, Tegile Recorded: Jan 17 2017 48 mins
    Business demands on IT infrastructure are increasing while the pace of change accelerates. In order to support business requirements, companies must understand the value that new storage technologies may provide. Storage technologies are emerging that provide benefits beyond those already delivered by Flash and SSDs. In order to evaluate and plan for these new technologies, it is important for companies to know how to evaluate their business needs in light of these emerging technologies. This session will cover the economic and performance benefits of non-volatile, memory-based storage technologies, along with new access methods known as NVMe.

    What you will learn:
    - Performance and economic considerations for storage
    - Emerging storage technologies, including NVMe
    - Real-world test results of NVMe by Evaluator Group and others
    - Evaluator Group recommendations for NVMe planning and deployments
  • Enterprise Storage Megacast: What Makes Tegile Systems Different Than the Rest?
    Enterprise Storage Megacast: What Makes Tegile Systems Different Than the Rest? Chris Tsilipounidakis, Tegile, Senior Manager Product Marketing Recorded: Dec 8 2016 32 mins
    Storage has become the Achilles’ heel for many datacenter applications. It’s become expensive, constantly requires capacity expansion, and requires staff to keep it operational. Many customers are also dealing with the perpetual cycle of costly support and maintenance.

    Today, there are dozens of different storage options at your disposal. All of these solutions have a place in the market and each one carries its own set of benefits. Whether you’re looking for capacity, performance or TCO savings, an appropriate solution does exist for you.

    This webinar is your opportunity to get a better understanding of Tegile and the unique differentiation it provides in the storage market.
  • Technology to Rock Every Workload: The All-Flash Data Center is Now a Reality
    Technology to Rock Every Workload: The All-Flash Data Center is Now a Reality Rob Commins, VP of Marketing, Tegile Systems Recorded: Oct 27 2016 20 mins
    There is no question - flash arrays have made a dramatic impact to high performance enterprise applications. But what about all the rest of the data? There are use cases that require cold data be stored for long term compliance and simple “keep everything forever” company cultures. There are also heavy bandwidth applications that need much more capacity than what's needed to accelerate a database redo log.

    Come hear about how flash array technologies are advancing to finally deliver on the promise of an All-Flash data center. Tegile 's Rob Commins will discuss these advancements and identify key points for IT leaders to consider as they develop their digital transformation strategy.
  • Bringing Flash into the Datacenter for Bandwidth-Intensive Applications
    Bringing Flash into the Datacenter for Bandwidth-Intensive Applications Roark Hilomen, SanDisk Engineering Fellow and Rob Commins, Tegile VP of Marketing Recorded: Aug 17 2016 30 mins
    Traditionally spinning hard disk has been used for cost sensitive applications. Now with the introduction of big data and unstructured applications, such as web 2.0 and video surveillance, it’s difficult to sustain high bandwidth and performance at scale.

    Over the past few years, Flash has been used to augment spinning disk for low latency, high performance applications, but density and economics have not allowed it to be deployed throughout the datacenter.

    What if you were able to introduce a multi-tiered flash architecture with the primary tier being performance-optimized and the secondary tier being bandwidth-optimized, all at their highest economical level?

    Join Roark Hilomen, SanDisk Engineering Fellow and Rob Commins, Tegile VP of Marketing, to learn how to achieve high performance and bandwidth for these next-gen application workloads in a multi-tiered flash architecture.
  • IT Transformation for Government Agencies
    IT Transformation for Government Agencies Chris Tsilipounidakis Recorded: Jun 28 2016 60 mins
    In today's age of connected devices and 24-hour operations, data demand is ever growing, but budgets are not. If you work in Technology for Federal, State and Local organizations, you know it is a big task to keep up with the growing demands for speed, sharing of information, easy access and cybersecurity.

    When budgets are tight and demands are high, experts recommend creating an infrastructure that will last 10 years. In that way, you can support the needs of today -- and the future.

    In this webinar, Chris Tsilipounidakis, Manager Tegile Product Marketing, will share how to build an infrastructure that will last 10 years.

    We will examine the Four Pillars of an infrastructure that will last:
    1) Low latency and high IOPs
    2) Data analytics
    3) No silos between systems with easy, agile infrastructure
    4) Ensure cybersecurity and eliminate risk

    If you are faced with high user demands and low budgets, this webinar is for you. Plan an infrastructure that lasts 10 years -- and end users will thank you for years to come.
  • Leveraging Compression for SQL Server Performance
    Leveraging Compression for SQL Server Performance Sumeet Bansal & Neil Hambly Recorded: Jun 23 2016 62 mins
    ndexing is king when it comes to achieving highest levels of performance in SQL Server. When indexing is correctly combined with compression (Enterprise only feature), you can gain significant advantages. During this session, we will demo how to query dynamic management views (DMVs) to identify the right objects on which to implement compression, ways to measure performance and identify impact on memory and other resources. We will cover advanced scripts that provide details on fragmentation, memory caching & compression levels. We will also look at how someone who does not have the Enterprise Edition of SQL Server or latest edition of SQL Server can still leverage compression and gain the performance advantage using the right Flash Storage solution
  • Modern Strategies for SQL Server Disaster Recovery
    Modern Strategies for SQL Server Disaster Recovery Sumeet Bansal Recorded: Jun 21 2016 60 mins
    Microsoft has done an amazing job of evolving the SQL Server platform. Looking back from SQL Server 7.0 and SQL Server 2000 to the current crop of SQL Server 2012 and SQL Server 2014 and the upcoming release of SQL Server 2016, it has been quite a journey in terms of feature set and value proposition. No matter how big or small a business is or the magnitude of the SQL Server footprint, one ubiquitous requirement is the need for a relevant Disaster Recovery Strategy.

    The traditional SQL Server footprint is becoming less defined with the hybridization of storage and the mingling of on-premise infrastructure with the cloud which adds further complexity to your backup and recovery strategy.

    In this webinar we will have three experts talk about a complete solution for modern SQL Server Disaster Recovery requirements. This solution is designed to provide high performance with flash storage, reliability, and the ability to take advantage of the cloud solutions like Microsoft Azure.
  • Multi-site SQL Server Architectures That Make Use of Microsoft Azure and Flash
    Multi-site SQL Server Architectures That Make Use of Microsoft Azure and Flash Sumeet Bansal & Denny Cherry Recorded: Jun 15 2016 62 mins
    The shape of SQL Server is changing in the Modern Data Center. On one side, use of cloud technologies like Microsoft Azure is rapidly increasing, while on the software side, innovative solutions like SIOS Datakeeper is making DR options possible that were previously only theoretical concepts, and finally on the storage side, full stack flash storage solutions from Tegile are providing a high performance backbone that is highly customizable. With so many changes happening simultaneously, one has to think about how to utilize these innovative technologies together to create useful and compelling SQL Server architectures.

    In this webinar, Denny Cherry, SQL Server MVP and VMware vExpert, shares his ideas on what some of these architectures may look like. Denny, along with Sumeet Bansal, the Principal Solutions Architect for Databases at Tegile, talk about how to use the cloud effectively and how to create a multi-site data strategy. Denny also talks about some useful cloud features in SQL Server 2016.

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