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  • Composable Infrastructure: Networking & Storage for Programmable Performance
    Composable Infrastructure: Networking & Storage for Programmable Performance
    John F. Kim, Director Storage Marketing at Mellanox & Bill Borsari, Head of Systems Engineering at Datera Recorded: Jun 6 2019 69 mins
    IT leaders need to deliver agility, velocity and predictability, in addition to high performance, to meet new and changing business demands on-the-fly. Composable infrastructure provides programmable, fluid and automated resources that can be dynamically combined to meet the unique needs of any application, while eliminating the need for workload-specific environments. Disruptive technologies born in the cloud make it possible to provision on-prem infrastructure just as quickly and painlessly as public cloud resources in a similar consumption-based model that reduces complexity and dramatically lowers costs.

    Join Datera and Mellanox as we discuss how combining disruptive technologies in composable infrastructure provides programmable & predictable networking performance with guaranteed QoS, and high-performance application-driven, programmable data orchestration, yielding CapEx and OpEx savings of 70% over legacy infrastructure.

    Meet Datera & Mellanox at HPE Discover, Las Vegas - June 17 - 20
  • Overcoming Kubernetes Storage Challenges with Composable Infrastructure
    Overcoming Kubernetes Storage Challenges with Composable Infrastructure
    Shailesh Mittal, Senior Engineering Architect at Datera Recorded: May 2 2019 43 mins
    Selecting persistent storage for Kubernetes and other container orchestrations does not need to be complex. Datera’s AI/ML architecture complements Kubernetes, matching the simplicity, scale and flexibility so that non-storage admins can quickly deploy persistent volumes on their own.

    Datera is the only company offering truly DYNAMIC VOLUMES:

    • Legacy storage arrays and HCI force compromise, and costly pre-provisioning, not Datera
    • Datera’s enterprise class capabilities are easily composed in to templates and policies that stick to Kubernetes PVCs, without any human intervention
    • Datera was born in the cloud, and offers cloud-like storage provisioning on-premise, and helps leverage Private and Public Clouds
    • With a powerful and extensible REST API set, and multi-tenancy at our core, developers will be able to quickly provide the perfect price/performance and isolation to all their microservices

    Shailesh Mittal, Sr. Software Architect, joins Brett Schechter, Head of Technical Marketing at Datera, to share how Datera and Kubernetes are leading the software-defined revolution by providing the most powerful and flexible data center innovations across a vast ecosystem of solutions to turn your IT into a business advantage.
  • Enterprise Software-Defined Storage on HPE Gen10 Servers
    Enterprise Software-Defined Storage on HPE Gen10 Servers
    Chris Tinker, Chief Technologist, HPE and Hal Woods, CTO, Datera Recorded: Feb 21 2019 53 mins
    Chris Tinker, Chief Technologist at Hewlett Packard Enterprise joins Hal Woods, CTO at Datera to discuss some of the leading technologies in the Software Defined Revolution, and how HPE and Datera help cultivate the vast ecosystem of solutions.

    Data is at the center of the Software Defined Data Center, where Datera reimagined enterprise storage and partnered with HPE to deliver a complete solution.

    What you will learn from this webinar:

    • Architecting your data center for high-performance
    • Ease of deployment and management
    • Advanced automation and future-ready choice to orchestrate data for VMs
  • Datera High-Performance Software Defined Storage on Fujitsu PRIMERGY Servers
    Datera High-Performance Software Defined Storage on Fujitsu PRIMERGY Servers
    Richard McCormack, Head of Product Solutions at Fujitsu, joins Bill Borsari, Systems Architect Director at Datera Recorded: Feb 14 2019 56 mins
    Discover the architecture behind high-performance storage with Datera data automation on Fujitsu PRIMERGY servers.

    Datera is the only true, software-driven data services platform that:

    •Powers modern application environments at global scale
    •Provides game-changing data orchestration and automation with enterprise-class performance
    •Joint solution takes full advantage of the performance, security and reliability of Fujitsu PRIMERGY servers
    •Delivers up to 70% lower total cost of ownership and operation compared to traditional solutions

    Richard McCormack, Head of Product Solutions at Fujitsu, joins Bill Borsari, Systems Architect Director at Datera, to share how Datera and Fujitsu PRIMERGY systems are leading the software-defined revolution by providing the most powerful and flexible data center innovations across a vast ecosystem of solutions to turn your IT into a business advantage.
  • Challenges of the Software Defined DATA Center of the Future
    Challenges of the Software Defined DATA Center of the Future
    Don Molaro, CTA at WWT & industry expert, Hal Woods, CTO at Datera, and Bill Borsari, Field Technical Lead at Datera Recorded: Dec 13 2018 60 mins
    If you are like many out there, the DATA is at the center of what your organization does and it’s getting in the way of achieving a Software Defined DATA Center that is simple, automated and fast. Hear about the challenges enterprises like yours are encountering and evaluate the options available to architect a new approach that can:

    - Automate data storage end-to-end using new capabilities like machine learning
    - Harness the latest tech like NVMe to drive performance @ scale
    - Consolidate data storage and operations
    - Pave the way to adopt new container orchestration technologies like Kubernetes

    Don Molaro, Chief Technical Advisor at World Wide Technology joins Hal Woods, CTO at Datera, and Bill Borsari, Field Technical Lead at Datera, to share their experience and advice. Learn the key requirements and technology options available to architect your future data operations, rightsize your budget and transition to a software-driven world.
  • Geek Out: Data Automation in the Modern Software Defined Data Center Explained
    Geek Out: Data Automation in the Modern Software Defined Data Center Explained
    Charles Milo, Nic Bellinger, Narasimha Valiveti, Bill Borsari, Sailesh Mital Recorded: Nov 15 2018 61 mins
    Have questions on how to automate your data environment at scale and want answers? No presentations, no scripts, no marketing gimmicks, just your questions answered straight up without intervention by corporate hacks. Special guest, Charles Milo, Senior Solutions Architect at Intel joins our senior team of geeks from Datera to answer your questions on how to massively scale and automate a high-performance data environment using applied machine learning to achieve a software defined data infrastructure. You'll learn about what works and doesn't work with a 100% software-driven infrastructure used to power cloud-native applications, get the most out of new technologies like new flash drives and NVMe and not just what Datera does, but why we built the system the way we did and how it operates to powers your data.

    Bring your questions, and challenge Nic Bellinger, Chief Architect, Bill Borsari, Field Technical Leader, Shailesh Mittal, Senior Software Architect, and Narasimha Valiveti, our Head of Engineering and Charlie will sit down, geek out with you and get all your questions answered on data today.
  • Programmable Storage, Software-Defined with no Hardware Requirements
    Programmable Storage, Software-Defined with no Hardware Requirements
    Hal Woods, CTO Datera Recorded: Nov 15 2018 3 mins
    Hal Woods, CTO at Datera talks about the need of the Software Defined DATA Center for 100% programmable storage and how Datera delivers it architecturally.
  • Overcoming the Storage Roadblock to Data Center Modernization
    Overcoming the Storage Roadblock to Data Center Modernization
    Storage Switzerland and Datera Recorded: Sep 27 2018 61 mins
    Organizations have tried a variety of solutions to regain control of their data storage infrastructure. They’ve invested in monolithic storage systems, software defined storage (SDS) and hyper-converged systems. While each approach may have brought some value, each failed in its primary task: consolidating storage resources. Each of these consolidation efforts is unable to consistently guarantee performance, scale capacity and drive down storage costs.

    As a result, most organizations end up buying workload specific solutions for both legacy and modern applications. Most data centers today have a mixture of multiple all-flash storage systems, hyper-converged environments and high capacity data archives. They also have storage software for each use case. IT ends up dealing with a data management nightmare, which limits organizational efficiency and productivity.

    Don’t give up! Join Storage Switzerland and Datera to learn how monolithic, software defined and hyper-converged architectures have let IT down and why the problem gets worse as data centers modernize. Attendees will learn how storage solutions need to change in order to eliminate primary storage silos while guaranteeing specific application performance, scaling to meet capacity demands and lower storage TCO.
  • Software-Defined DATA Automation for Virtualization and Containers 2.0
    Software-Defined DATA Automation for Virtualization and Containers 2.0
    Bill Borsari Director, System Engineering at Datera Recorded: Mar 15 2018 49 mins
    Discover revolutionary advances in software-defined architectures and storage for private and hybrid clouds, virtualization and Containers.

    - Architectures that support radically different hardware & workloads
    - Achieving performance for IO-intensive applications on commodity servers
    - Software-defined storage that performs for both Kubernetes and VMware
  • Lifting the Clouds: Understanding Storage Challenges in a Container Environment
    Lifting the Clouds: Understanding Storage Challenges in a Container Environment
    Bill Borsari, Director, System Engineering at Datera Recorded: Dec 14 2017 54 mins
    Containers can offer significant benefits for applications that are deployed using them. However, deploying containers at scale has significant implications for IT infrastructure, including storage management. A careful examination of the storage challenges presented by the various container systems and orchestration tools is essential to making the right choices for your environment.

    This webinar explores the storage challenges and different options for containers, the tradeoffs and functional differences between file, block and object storage approaches, as well as the architectural considerations and the various plugins available to help bring it all together.

    Discover how Datera’s self-managing software-defined storage uniquely solves challenges:

    -Dynamic provisioning
    -Auto scaling
    -Making storage invisible for Containers

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