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Hybrid Cloud NAS Enablement

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  • Scientific Data Explosion: Adapting IT Infrastructure So Research Can Thrive
    Scientific Data Explosion: Adapting IT Infrastructure So Research Can Thrive
    Adam Kraut, BioTeam - Scott Jeschonek, Avere Systems - Tim Carroll, Microsoft Azure Recorded: Jun 6 2018 57 mins
    The advancements in scientific computing and healthcare are coming fast—from next generation sequencing onto precision medicine, “big data” and artificial intelligence. We’re embarking on a massive convergence of clinical analysis and information systems, and many are not prepared. With these advancements in technologies, comes higher demand for both compute and storage to degrees difficult to comprehend. An NCBI published study predicts that up to 40 exabytes of storage capacity will be needed by 2025 just to support the growth of sequenced human genomes.
    Adapting to this exciting shift in science will require changes in the way we think about IT infrastructure. In this webinar, BioTeam’s Adam Kraut will discuss…

    •How science changes faster than IT infrastructure, and what we can do to keep pace.
    •Converged infrastructures and their impact on research productivity.
    •How machine learning and microservices are changing the way we architect Cloud solutions.

    In addition, you’ll hear how companies are already supporting HPC workloads in hybrid cloud environments to increase analytic throughput efficiently. These workloads supply adaptability to changing research needs, integration into existing resources, and scalability to support growing demand for both compute and storage capacity.
  • Building a World-Class Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure with AWS
    Building a World-Class Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure with AWS
    Dirk Petersen (Cancer Research Center), Jeff Tabor (Avere), Ian Scofield (AWS) Recorded: Aug 9 2017 43 mins
    Having an agile, enterprise hybrid cloud platform that lets you leverage cloud compute, storage, or both and keep data where it makes the most sense—without lofty storage costs, latency, and security concerns.

    In this webinar, you’ll learn how organizations with complex IT environments like the Cancer Center harness hybrid cloud environments to simplify data storage and management, and improve both security and performance. Find out how Avere and Amazon Web Services (AWS) provide hybrid cloud solutions that can eliminate roadblocks and open opportunities to more efficiently meet the needs of your users and customers.

    Presenters:
    Dirk Petersen, Scientific Computing Director, Cancer Research Center
    Jeff Tabor, Sr. Director of Product Marketing, Avere Systems
    Ian Scofield, Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services
  • 10-Minutes to Cloud: How to Quickly Shift Big Data Processing
    10-Minutes to Cloud: How to Quickly Shift Big Data Processing
    Storage Switzerland, Avere Systems Recorded: Jun 22 2017 61 mins
    Enterprises aren't the only organizations that can benefit from big data. Medium and large businesses can too. The challenge is, can these businesses build the same big data infrastructure enterprises do? The short answer is, they can't. But the secret is, they don’t have to.

    In this webinar, join Storage Switzerland and Avere Systems as they show you how to shift large workload compute processing into the cloud in just 10 minutes. This quick onramp to unlimited cores can level the playing field and improve your ability to compete with the global giants.
  • 4 Ways to Improve NetApp Storage Performance Without Replacing It
    4 Ways to Improve NetApp Storage Performance Without Replacing It
    George Crump, Storage Switzerland Recorded: Mar 17 2016 59 mins
    Join Storage Switzerland Lead Analyst George Crump and Avere Systems Director Chris Bowen for a live webinar on March 17th at 1:00pm ET, "4 Ways to Improve NetApp Storage Performance Without Replacing It". In this webinar, George and Chris will discuss why NAS storage performance is so critical, how to balance storage performance and storage capacity, and four ways to improve storage performance without replacing your existing NAS system.

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