Western Digital Corporation is an industry-leading provider of storage technologies and solutions that enable people to create, leverage, experience and preserve data. The company addresses ever-changing market needs by providing a full portfolio of compelling, high-quality storage solutions with customer-focused innovation, high efficiency, flexibility and speed. Our products are marketed under the HGST, SanDisk and WD brands to OEMs, distributors, resellers, cloud infrastructure providers and consumers.
Esther Spanjer, Director, Enterprise Business Development EMEAI, Western Digital
Join Esther Spanjer, Director of Business Development EMEIA at Western Digital, Michel Portelli, Senior Director EMEA Marketing at DataCore Software and Paolo Marco Salvatore, Chief Technology Officer at Sinthera for this webinar. They will discuss a storage solution based on Western Digital’s NVMe™ SSDs, and JBOD/JBOF enterprise storage solutions and DataCore SANsymphony software that was implemented at a customer from Sinthera, a system integrator focused on software-defined data center and cloud-oriented solutions. They will discuss the separate components that comprised the solution and will offer insights into how this solution provided better TCO and performance over the customer’s existing solution
DeepStorage Labs is known in the storage industry for pushing equipment to its limits, and for reporting what really happens at the edge of a system’s performance. Tegile’s IntelliFlash T4000, unlike a few previous occupants of the DeepStorage Labs ThunderDome, stood up to our testing and delivered high IOPS at a maximum of 1MS latency.
DeepStorage subjected the InteliFlash T4000 workloads from the usual 4KB “hero number” random read to workloads that simulate OLTP and OLAP database servers, a file server and an Exchange server. We determined the systems performance individually and in combination finally determining the system’s ability to support the kind of mixed workload environment
In this webinar we will:
- Introduce the IntelliFlash array
- Describe the testing process
- Present the results
- Review the test environment
- Provide links to the test workload VDbench configurations
Join Esther Spanjer, Director of Business Development EMEIA at Western Digital and Janusz Bak, CTO of Open-E for this webinar.
They will discuss the challenges that Aviation Accounting Center LLC, an engineering company in Geospatial data processing was facing when planning for expansion of their IT infrastructure. Their existing standalone servers did not provide the capacity, availability and performance needed for storing and accessing its geospatial data. Esther and Janusz will walk you through the proposed solution and how it met the customer’s needs on scalability, capacity, throughput, connectivity and high-availability requirements.
In this webinar Manfred Berger introduces the latest addition to the HGST platform portfolio, the high availability Ultrastar® Serv24-HA NVMe all-flash storage server.
Combining high performance NVMe™ SSDs and two redundant blade servers based on Intel®’s Purley architecture into one tried and tested unit, the Serv24-HA enables customers to come to market quickly with a multitude of dependable software defined storage solutions or data base servers optimized for high speed search operations, catering to a multitude of industry verticals.
NVMe: the protocol, the myth, the legend! There's all kinds of misinformation and misunderstanding out there about what NVMe is and what it isn't.
What do you want to know about NVMe, the next generation protocol that is poised to be among the biggest revolutions in storage this decade? During this webinar, we’ll answer your most burning questions about NVMe. What is it? What isn’t it? What are its magic powers? Most importantly, you will discover answers that may help put the NVMe hype into context.
Learn about NVMe’s architecture so that you can see why it’s able to do what it can do. And, you will also learn about how other’s feel about this emerging technology as we share the results of the latest ActualTech Media survey with you.
Join us for this cornerstone educational event and learn everything you ever wanted to know about NVMe!
During This Event:
Learn why NVMe is enjoying so much press and what it can bring to the data center
Discover the revolutionary architecture that allows NVMe to work its magic
Find out how your peers feel about NVMe as we share survey results with you
Join Esther Spanjer, Director of Business Development EMEIA for this webinar if you are interested in understanding more about SSD technologies and how they are implemented in the Western Digital Enterprise Grade SSD product line. She will discuss topics such as flash endurance, data integrity, power fail protection, security features, and reliable operation. Furthermore, she will clarify how to best interpret SSD performance specs and how SSD manufacturers are testing drives for different workload scenarios. For those of you that want to know of what’s going on “under the hood” in an Enterprise Grade SSD will find this webinar informative and educational.
Your first backup appliance was great, but how did you feel about your fifth? As data sets explode into the realm of petabytes, most backup appliances can’t scale to meet the capacity needs of a digital company. The lack of scalability forces companies to buy multiple backup appliances, creating the ‘backup appliance sprawl’. The more backup systems companies have to manage, the more time it takes to balance, monitor and maintain.
Join members of Western Digital and StorReduce to learn about a scale-out deduplication software that enables primary backups to be stored directly on object storage based private or hybrid cloud, eliminating backup appliance sprawl. In this webinar you’ll learn how this technology allows you to:
•Save up to 70% or more for backup environment TCO while retaining your existing backup applications
•Reduce hardware refresh cycle for backup appliances
•Scale as you need without migrations or rip-n-replace hardware changes
•Build a “Data Forever” environment with extreme data durability
Just because Easter is around the corner doesn’t mean your backup appliances should be multiplying like rabbits. Register today!
The storage market has transformed in recent years, with the standalone storage array being attacked from all sides by ambitious rivals vying for customer attention in a world demand more and more from beleaguered IT departments. Today, storage comes in all kinds of forms, from the aforementioned standalone arrays to systems built atop powerful software platforms to fully integrated offerings. We now live in a brave new world in which “buying storage” carries with it far more nuance than in days past. On top of the new choices available in form factor come new choices in media. Flash is now almost a requirement for many products, but that’s not enough for many, either. NVMe is now here to stay and promises to reimagine the data interface in a way that hasn’t been done in a generation.
With both current and emerging flash storage systems, companies are gaining benefits that were only dreams in the days of the disk-based SAN. Far beyond just providing crazy levels of performance, flash storage systems have the potential to help IT organizations focus on the business and less on technology. After all, when you have IOPS to spare, other metrics can take center stage. These can include latency, cost per gig, power consumption, gig per rack unit, and many more.
There are a whole lot of vendors in this burgeoning space, with more jumping in every day. Do you truly understand what each of them brings to the table and how they differ? This ActualTech Media 2018 Storage Flash, and NVMe Storage EcoCast is your opportunity to get deep understanding of this technology and gain knowledge about the leading vendors in this transformational market.
Don’t miss this special event hosted by David Davis and Scott D Lowe!
For research data to be truly useful, it must be easy to access, share and manage without requiring expensive, custom infrastructure. What organizations need is turnkey storage that won't break the bank, with a unified interface for fast, reliable data transfer and sharing.
This webinar introduces Globus for ActiveScale, a cost-effective solution for on-premise object storage that’s simple to deploy and use. With Globus for ActiveScale, researchers have access to advanced capabilities for managing data across a broad range of systems, while administrators gain a cost-effective, scalable, and durable solution they can deploy quickly to help their researchers innovate faster.
In this webinar, attendees will:
- Learn how to deploy and use Globus for ActiveScale
- See a product demonstration
- Engage in a live Q&A session with the Globus Chief Customer Officer
In this webinar Manfred Berger introduces the latest addition to the HGST platform portfolio, the SVR2U24 NVMe all-flash storage server.
Combining high performance NVMe SSDs and Intel®’s Purley server architecture into one tried and tested unit, the SVR2U24 enables customers to come to market quickly with a multitude of software defined storage solutions or data base servers optimized for high speed search operations, catering to a multitude of industry verticals.
Are you wondering how to make your storage infrastructure run faster without breaking the bank? Consolidate your application data onto Tegile IntelliFlash storage and deliver blazing throughput and IOPS while delivering significant savings through in-line data reduction.
You may have heard of Tegile IntelliFlash, but may not be aware of the capabilities of this uniquely differentiated, enterprise flash storage platform.
In this webinar you will learn:
• About Tegile IntelliFlash, its architecture, and its comprehensive feature set that delivers unparalleled performance and capacity efficiency
• How to optimize your application (VMware, Exchange, SQL or Oracle) performance and economic needs by deploying the right type of storage - NVMe, Flash SSD and HDD in a system
• How to achieve stress-free storage operations with proactive data analytics and cloud-based management