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  • Marc Fleischmann: Datera Vision and Strategy Marc Fleischmann: Datera Vision and Strategy Marc Fleischmann, Datera Founder & CEO Recorded: Oct 17 2016 6 mins
    Datera Founder & CEO presents the company visions and strategy. We’re moving very quickly toward a world where every business runs its IT on its own private cloud, which comes with new requirements on operations and consumption of infrastructure, as well as new success metrics.

    The data center of tomorrow will be defined by enterprise applications and the developers that build them. To remain competitive, every company will need an easy, automated, grow-as-you-go model that keeps them agile. This will provide more time with their apps on the market and more opportunity to take advantage of commodity hardware.
  • Data Storage Breakthrough: The Beginning of the End for Traditional Storage Data Storage Breakthrough: The Beginning of the End for Traditional Storage Mark Muehl, SVP Platform Technologies, Comcast, Bogomil Balkansky, VP, Google, Florian Leibert, CEO, Mesosphere Recorded: Sep 27 2016 60 mins
    On September 27th, Datera invites you to join an exclusive event where you will hear from leading industry visionaries and experts who will offer executive-level insights into cloud technologies, processes, and solutions needed to keep pace with the speed of business.

    Key experts from Comcast, Google and Mesosphere will be discussing the storage for clouds landscape and how it is changing fast and open source solutions, like Ceph, are just not delivering on the promise.

    This is the storage breakthrough EMC, NetApp and HP don’t want you to know about. Don't make your next storage infrastructure investment on a legacy solution. Find out how an intent defined, infrastructure aware, API-first Dev/Ops, cloudy approach to storage streamlines application infrastructure operations and dramatically improves storage economics for private cloud operators.

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