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W trakcie prezentacji opowiemy o najnowszej rodzinie macierzy klasy midrange. Zobaczymy jak radzą sobie na rynku po kilku miesiącach od premiery. Odniesiemy się do sytuacji na rynku dysków SSD oraz powiemy jakich nowych funkcjonalności można spodziewać się po premierze mikrokodu Falcon.
Join independent analyst and blogger, Gabe Knuth, as he discusses the current state of storage, how we got there and the benefits of flash storage with the VP and Chief Architect at Pure Storage, Vaughn Stewart. Tune in now and learn what sets one storage vendor apart from its competitors.
Splunk does an excellent job of managing data, moving data between tiers which it calls buckets. But assigning Splunk to data management tasks takes compute power away from the primary objective — rapid data analysis. In this live webinar Storage Switzerland and Tegile will discuss how the default Splunk architecture works today, what the challenges with that architecture are and how to design a storage architecture for Splunk that is both high performance and cost effective.
Gone are the days when proprietary hardware was our only option in the data center. As companies seek technologies that would make use of their existing infrastructure, Open Source quickly became the staple solution for innovation and flexibility within the data center. If you’re looking ways to explore an open source strategy for the first time, or to take your existing strategy to the next level, this webinar is for you!
Join Nithya Ruff, Director of Open Source Office and board member at the Linux Foundation, as she shares why you need an open source strategy, and how you can grow your own. We look forward to collaborating with you!
Have you considered a move to converged infrastructure, but need to be convinced with solid return on investment (ROI) data? Respected industry analyst IDC interviewed global enterprises that use and rely on Hitachi Unified Compute Platform (UCP) to calculate its true business value. IDC found that each organization using this converged infrastructure earned an average return of 360% or about $32.7 million over a five-year period.
The comprehensive independent analysis includes a breakdown of business benefits in four key areas and shows how a unified compute platform:
•Increases business productivity with improved application performance, reduced provision time and faster time to market.
•Improves risk mitigation and user productivity with a high level of resiliency, performance and efficiency.
•Boosts IT staff productivity with decreased IT time to set up new infrastructure and launch new applications.
•Reduces IT infrastructure costs for the provision and deployment of compute, storage and networking resources.
Security is changing. New innovations are making defenses such as anti-malware more of a reality than ever before, while yesterday’s incumbents are being remade through new acquisitions as well as selloffs of their legacy security businesses. So what’s next for security? For one thing, the scale of IoT security risk has finally been revealed – while the threat of ransom may provide attackers an alternative if malware becomes less viable. Will security’s innovations be ready enough, soon enough to protect enterprises from today’s emerging threats?
Join this session with Scott Crawford, Research Director for Information Security, to find out why 451 Research has rated all 6 of 2017’s key security trends as “high impact.”
HCI continues to be the hottest segment in infrastructure. Rapid data and workload growth coupled with relatively flat budgets are forcing organizations to consider alternatives to traditional infrastructure offerings. HCI has emerged as alternative offering to satisfy the needs of customers both in central data centers and in remote offices. On January 11, 2017 join us for a webinar discussing the current state of the market. The webinar will cover:
· Challenges facing enterprise infrastructure professionals
· Market drivers
· Use cases for HCI
· Delivery options for HCI (Appliances and Software)
· Recommendations for deployments
We think differently. We innovate through software and challenge the IT status quo.
We pioneered software-based storage virtualization. Now, we are leading the Software-defined and Parallel Processing revolution. Our Application-adaptive software exploits the full potential of servers and storage to solve data infrastructure challenges and elevate IT to focus on the applications and services that power their business.
DataCore parallel I/O and virtualization technologies deliver the advantages of next generation enterprise data centers – today – by harnessing the untapped power of multicore servers. DataCore software solutions revolutionize performance, cost-savings, and productivity gains businesses can achieve from their servers and data storage.
Join this webinar to meet DataCore, learn about what we do and how we can help your business.
Get a glimpse of the future of Persistent Memory - it's NOW! Join SNIA NVDIMM Special Interest Group in another in our series of webcasts on the NVDIMM Cookbook - how to incorporate NVDIMM into your systems and what non-volatile DIMM applications now available. We'll even highlight some of the "knobs" to turn to optimize use of NVDIMM in your applications to ease the way to simple, plug-n-play adoption!
Most enterprises have IT departments struggling to keep up the needs of today’s business for speed and efficiency. They need to figure out ways to make apps run faster, make provisioning easier, provide non-disruptive and rapid scaling, all at lower cost. Legacy infrastructure and existing processes can no longer keep up the new demands of the next-generation data center. Fortunately, hyper-converged infrastructure is able to solve this problem. Join us for this webcast to understand what hyper-converged infrastructure is and how it can transform your data center. You’ll learn about:
–The evolution of the data center
–The benefits of a hyper-converged infrastructure
–Real world success stories
Datacenters are at the core of the Digital Transformation revolution. Operators are increasingly adopting new technologies and techniques to ensure they remain relevant and competitive in the new world of IT. Pacesetters are driving efficiency, agility and connectivity, while automation, rackscale architectures, cloud-based analytics and distributed resiliency are also evolving rapidly.
Join Andy Lawrence, Research Vice President for Datacenters, to examine how these evolving datacenter technologies will shape the market and competitive landscape in 2017.
Automation? Easier said than done—but we’ll take you through it. This session takes a real-world approach to demonstrate how to design and implement automation catalogs step by step with vRealize Automation (vRA) and vRealize Ochestrator (vRO). Utilizing Tintri automation workflows, we’ll uncover the power of self-service when application owners are empowered to manage storage-related tasks such as snapshotting, cloning and replication. Plus, from a real customer example, learn how quality of service (QoS) and replication policies can be automated in a hybrid cloud environment to enable granular disaster recovery capabilities. DevOps and QA teams can benefit from the self-service portals to automate data synchronization and data governance.
When your applications need to scale to new heights, don’t let the wrong storage hold you down. There are different models for “scale-out storage,” and depending on your use case, one scale-out model does not fit all. Join Howard Marks from DeepStorage.net and Greybeards of Storage as he reviews the landscape of scale-out storage from traditional models to new emerging models. We will also discuss how loosely coupled federated solutions like Tintri’s VM Scale-out can address problems of scale in a virtualized and cloud datacenter.
There’s a simple way to get more done with less storage—VM-aware storage (VAS). That’s why VAS is the most explored storage technology today, ahead of all-flash and hyper converged (52% of your peers are exploring VAS right now). So, do you know what makes VAS tick? In this webinar, Tintri’s resident evangelist, Justin Lauer will show you how different VAS is from conventional storage:
• See the architectural differences between VAS and LUNs
• Check out a Tintri demo — complete 4 storage tasks in minutes
• Learn how one company manages 2 PB and 50,000 VMs in just 4 hours per week
Fixing your storage pain starts with breaking down VAS. Once you understand the fundamental difference, you’ll see storage differently.
Disk I/O for a virtualized SQL Server database takes a mysterious journey. In this session we will take the mystery out of virtual disk I/O. Using common infrastructure tools we will explore the path of a disk I/O and share repeatable methods that can be used to quickly identify the cause of a performance bottleneck. Along the way we will explore SQL Server, the Virtual Machine, the hypervisor, virtual switches, physical switches, and the storage. We will also show the power of application analytics – using the SentryOne solution to analyze SQL Server and Tintri I/O performance, including the impact on server from the Virtual Host all the way down to the individual SQL queries impacting performance.
Storage benchmarks are not made equal. In fact, it's easy to stretch the truth, or obscure less palatable data. That's why we subjected Tintri to the Evaluator Group's IOmark VDI benchmarking. Turns out, Tintri's data reduction efficiency surpassed any storage system tested to date for VDI workloads. Tintri could boot 3,000 fully provisioned virtual desktops in 1,004 seconds. Moreover, Tintri provided performance and capacity monitoring at the per-VM level. The Evaluator Group's numbers don't lie: if you're looking into VDI, look no further.
Are there workers in your organization that are using Box or Dropbox with or perhaps without IT and company approval? Are you looking the other way because you don’t have a sanctioned way for file sharing and collaboration that will pass the security sniff test?
You need to look at Nexsan Unity.
Nexsan Unity starts as unified storage, but adds a big plus: file sync and share, not only for workers on the LAN, but also mobile users:
- iOS and Android support allows users the ability view, edit, and upload documents from their mobile device
- No VPN required, allowing access from anywhere the user needs
- Easily transfer large files by sending links so you don’t have to worry about email file size limits
- A completely private cloud insures privacy and security
- No data is stored in the cloud as Unity has a peer-to-peer encrypted connection to devices
- All data remains under the control of corporate IT
Listen in and hear Gary Watson, Founder and Chief Evangelist, on our webinar to learn the five ways to provide your users access to their corporate data securely.
New developments in AI are more exciting than ever. The next big wave promises to provide insights at a greater accuracy to help solve some of the world’s biggest challenges. In this webinar Pradeep will discuss how Intel is driving AI forward with industry’s most comprehensive road map portfolio to deliver end-to-end AI solutions, and collaborating with thought leaders to address the technical challenges posed by AI.
The explosive growth of the Internet of Things has driven an equally explosive growth in the number of devices generating data. How do organization wrestle with this growth of data? How do organizations manage the rapid rate of change of technology? And how do organizations enable an environment that is agile to flex to the changing business needs?
Watch Steve Philpott's, Chief Information Officer of Western Digital, presentation from IDC CIO Insight Awards on how Western Digital is enabling companies to capture, leverage, experience and archive data.
vSAN reduces the total cost of ownership by up to 50% by eliminating traditional hardware storage costs with intelligent software-defined storage that accelerates the shift to server economics, affordable flash, and the broadest selection of x86 platforms for HCI. Join this webinar to discover how VMware vSAN can work for your business needs as we share a few case studies of businesses who have already deployed.
Make sure to see all the episodes on this 3-part webinar series, where we will show you how VMware vSAN accommodates non-virtualized workloads with iSCSI support, eliminates the need for routers and switches in 2-node ROBO deployments, and how to save on storage costs through server side economics and greater space efficiency. We’ll also describe how a single SPBM framework delivers consistent performance and protection in mixed vSAN and VVOL environments.
While OpenStack provides great opportunities to modernize cloud infrastructure, challenges exist to deploying enterprise applications. Mirantis and Arista have teamed with Pure Storage to address these challenges by providing a Reference Architecture for deploying an all-flash OpenStack environment. View this webinar to see how enterprise workloads can predictably be deployed and scaled on OpenStack, and hear how storage features such as data reduction and replication can help with reliability and performance of enterprise workloads on OpenStack.
Christian Huebner, SE, Mirantis
Simon Dodsley, Solution Architect, Pure Storage
Fred Hsu, Technical Marketing Engineer, Arista Network
Safe cities and body camera initiatives are facing staggering storage requirements and need highly scalable, yet cost-effective storage. The challenge when capturing rich media, like video surveillance, is finding a solution that meets the flexibility, security and agility needs.
In this webinar members of Western Digital and Red Hat will further explore the challenges of video surveillance and discuss why software-defined-storage is a viable option for capturing, delivering and retaining video surveillance media.
More data, shrinking backup windows and less time for recovery are some of the challenges modern IT organizations face.
Commvault and Pure Storage have partnered to provide a solution to address these challenges. At the core of the solution is snapshot creation, management and replication with built-in disaster recovery and protection for your data. By having no effect on flash array storage performance, you can instantly recover your data in any volume with automated end-to-end protection.
Join this webinar to learn how to manage the complexity of "Oracle database sprawl" by taking full advantage of Pure Storage snapshots and CommVault IntelliSnap for management and recovery of snapshots in a consistent and practical implementation.
Join this webinar to get a look at the CloudPhysics “Global State of the Data Center Report, Q4 2016,” identifying some key trends in data centers for the fourth quarter.
CloudPhysics’ SaaS solution extracts data from data centers worldwide, anonymizes and aggregates it, and surfaces insights about global trends and changes occurring throughout data center IT.
Key findings of the “CloudPhysics Global State of the Data Center Report Q4 2016” include:
•The cumulative financial impact of rightsizing during public cloud migration would net to $54.7B annually – more than the GDP of 114 nations.
•More than 50 percent of the world’s allocated virtual central processing units (vCPUs) could be reclaimed.
•91 percent of VMs globally average 10 input/output per second (IOPS) or fewer.
•80 percent of an organization’s IOPS is used to access only 20 percent of their storage.
Quantum's StorNext 5.4 brings new levels of performance, efficiency, flexibility and compatibility to media storage and data management. Enhancements include more tiering options, support for integrated applications, and even faster network connectivity.
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
With no room for data loss, how do you scale business without scaling costs?
Please join us for an interactive panel discussion with our customers and partners. Together we will explore ways organizations, like cloud service provider OvationData, are solving Big Data challenges with an innovative mix of technologies and scalable infrastructures that deliver needed results.
In this webinar we will discuss:
- How to break the economic barriers of storage
- How companies should evaluate new storage technologies
- Advice on how to fight PB growth challenges
- Plus more!
You will hear real-word examples and ideas from flash to object storage, with scalable performance, high data durability and boundless capacity, all at breakthrough costs.
Cloud, Mobile, Big Data, Social Media - the pillars to our new digital society and a springboard for innovation by businesses of all shapes and sizes. But so what? It’s all just hype, right? Should you be starting to do things differently? Join us for this webinar if you want a reality check...
The next wave of cloud computing is coming, and it is going to take the shape of serving distinct enterprise needs in an on-demand fashion. It is normal for enterprise IT departments to provision or procure IaaS, PaaS or SaaS services now. That in turn means that a larger galaxy of business needs and operational complexities will be tackled as the next way to monetize cloud infrastructure. The trickle of specialized providers doing boutique services such as disaster recovery as a service, compliance as a service and database as a service could well become a flood.
Join Kelly Morgan, Research Vice President for Services as she uncovers what service providers will need to change in order to gain a competitive advantage in 2017, and what the sources of demand for multi-tenant datacenters will be in the coming year.
Server virtualization was supposed to consolidate and simplify IT infrastructure in data centers. But, that only “sort of happened”. Companies do have fewer servers but they never hit the consolidation ratios they expected. Why? In one word, performance.
Surveys show that 61% of companies have experienced slow applications after server virtualization with 77% pointing to I/O problems as the culprit.
Now, with hyperconverged, companies have another opportunity to fulfill their vision of consolidating and reduce the complexity of their infrastructure. But, this will only happen if their applications get the I/O performance they need.
Join us for this webinar where we will show you how to get industry leading I/O response times and the best price/performance so you can reduce and simplify your infrastructure.
The tables have been stacked against storage buyers for decades, but a change is coming. Forget the endless refresh treadmill of monolithic storage systems, and licensing models that are not just inflexible, but also force you to pay again and again for the same technology. Join this webinar to learn how to liberate your storage budget, and pay for storage the way that suits your business rather than the vendors, with 451 Research senior analyst Tim Stammers, and NetApp SolidFire’s Vice President & General Manager, Dave Wright.
High speed and autonomous transportation, remote surgical procedures, and mixed reality experiences are just a few of the upcoming Internet of Things (IoT) technological game changers that require high speed and low latency communications infrastructure. 5G Radio Access Network (RAN) technologies continue to evolve to meet the complex and continually evolving network requirements of IoT applications.
This webcast will explore the latest advances in RAN, including:
• Which technologies will see the earliest deployments?
• How important will the 3.5 GHz band networks (also known as the Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)) be in future 5G applications?
• Will mmWave networks change the game in the last mile?
• How far will the industry advance in real deployments in the next year or two?
• Where are companies participating in this ecosystem investing their money?
• Are there concerns for Return on Investment (ROI) that companies are trying to resolve?
Brian Daly, Director - Core & Government/Regulatory Standards, AT&T Access Architecture & Devices
Adam Drobot, Chairman, OpenTechWorks, Inc.
Steven Glapa, VP of Marketing, Tarana Wireless
Robert Azzi, Executive Managing Partner. Argyle Griffin Group (Moderator)
Enterprises and service provider customers have more storage, networking, and cloud technology choices at their disposal than ever before, and aggressive technology adopters will gain a performance and agility edge over their rivals in 2017. All Flash Arrays, Object Storage and Disaster Recovery to Cloud/Disaster Recovery as a Service are key technologies transforming the storage landscape. These new innovations account for a relatively small amount of storage revenue today, but will gradually displace traditional disk based storage systems, ultimately opening up opportunities for new innovators. The pace of change in networking technology provides the speed, capacity and agility demanded by cloud, IoT, social media, content delivery and the fabric that makes digital transformation possible.
Join Al Sadowski, Research Vice President for Infrastructure, as he dives into what’s accelerating the virtualization of network applications and how traditional vendors will need to transform their “innovation supply chain” to produce product equivalents to highly scalable cloud infrastructure.
Most DevOps journeys involve several phases of maturity. Research shows that the inflection point where organizations begin to see maximum value is when they implement tight integration deploying their code to their infrastructure. Success at this level is the last barrier to at-will deployment. Storage is more capable than where we read and write data.
In this session we’ll discuss the role and value extensible storage infrastructure has in accelerating software development activities, improve code quality, reveal multiple deployment options through automated testing, and support continuous integration efforts. All this will be described using tools common in DevOps organizations.
Database license fees drive over 80% of total system cost. Many organizations virtualize their applications, but Oracle is often an exception for a variety of reasons.
You will learn why re-platforming Oracle databases on better hardware can drive down TCO by a significant amount. Bart will also cover technical challenges and benefits, as well as myths and facts about licensing Oracle on VMware, and how to deal with Oracle license audits and still stay compliant.
Digital transformation is a business imperative, not an option. Cloud is powering this change: It provides the new style of IT that supports the information, process and platform transformations required to link technology and information assets with marketing and customer experience to deliver new or enhanced digital processes.
Join William Fellows, Founder and Research Vice President for Cloud, as he discusses what’s coming this year in cloud, and how the industry’s major battleground in 2017 will be how, from where and at what price cloud transformation services are delivered to customers.
Every new or recycled idea that comes along is going to be the ‘only way things are done in the future' according to some. This narrow view has been offered in the area of storing and managing information since modern computing began. The reality is much more messy. Different approaches for handling information are used and in reality, the processing and management of information use mostly unrelated solutions. This BrightTalk session will look at evolving datacenters and how information is handled including the storage technologies employed. There will be different approaches that will be discussed as part of the presentation.
Many large organizations either can’t or won’t go all-in on the public cloud. Regulatory compliance, legacy infrastructure, and costs drive these organizations to build private clouds. Do you invest in VMs or containers? Do you use OpenStack, Kubernetes, or Mesos to orchestrate your cloud? How will you bridge your private cloud with AWS, Microsoft Azure, or Google Compute Cloud? You need a flexible architecture that not only embraces all the above, but facilitate frictionless movement among them.
Specifically, you’ll learn how you can use software-defined storage to:
1. Support any hypervisor, container, or cloud platform – simultaneously.
2. Plug into any cloud orchestration tool to automate your private cloud.
3. Integrate public cloud – and not just bolt it on – when you’re ready.
4. Create self-service storage and sandboxes for DevOps environments.
Google Cloud Platform, Avere Systems, and Cycle Computing experts will share best practices for advancing solutions to big challenges faced by enterprises with growing compute and storage needs. In this “best practices” webinar, you’ll hear how these companies are working to improve results that drive businesses forward through scalability, performance, and ease of management.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How enterprises are using Google Cloud Platform to gain compute and storage capacity on-demand
- Best practices for efficient use of cloud compute and storage resources
- Overcoming the need for file systems within a hybrid cloud environment
- Understand how to eliminate latency between cloud and data center architectures
- Learn how to best manage simulation, analytics, and big data workloads in dynamic environments
- Look at market dynamics drawing companies to new storage models over the next several years
In just 60-minutes, you’ll be presented with a foundation to build infrastructure to support ongoing demand growth and have ample opportunity to ask direct questions to presenters.
More so than ever before, businesses are requiring IT to become less about infrastructure and more about availability and mobility of data. Yesterday’s IT shops were defined by the technology they chose to use rather than capabilities they could deliver to the business and its workforce. End users have become more savvy and less willing to accept limitations of traditional, static services. Technology has to adapt to timing, location and value of data on a global basis without restrictions. Based on these trends, FreeStor grew from roots in static infrastructure to now support the widest interoperability across storage platforms, protocols, hypervisors, clouds, and applications in the industry. See how FreeStor is helping to drive the goal of “infrastructure anywhere” for seamless delivery of data anywhere users need to be.
The future is now. Memory prices are dropping drastically and companies are investing heavily in them. That doesn't mean spinning magnetic disks are to disappear anytime in the near future. Their densities continue to rise and prices are significantly cheaper than that of memory. Operating at slower speeds, this presentation dives into the methods one can employ to increase the performance, and in turn the value of this slower and aging data storage technology.
Docker® containers have emerged to provide the agility that development teams need while delivering the stability and reliability required by IT operations. Developers can bring existing applications into the Docker ecosystem while building new applications using microservice design principles. IT-operations teams can benefit from reduced complexity and faster deployment of containerized applications.
Typically, Docker containers do not retain data after being restarted or retired. A container’s ephemeral nature presents challenges for containerizing many common Enterprise applications, from databases to home-grown tools, where data must be retained or when a container must share its data across multiple Docker hosts. Docker and NetApp solve these issues and more with the NetApp® Docker Volume Plugin (nDVP).
The nDVP adds persistent storage capabilities to Docker containers, which gives developers the ability to enable data persistence in applications that use Docker container technology along with enterprise storage features such as transparent scalability, high availability, encryption, data deduplication, and seamless replication.
For most organizations today, over half of their data is not active yet it consumes expensive storage and data protection resources. Quantum and Komprise have teamed together to show you how to know more about your data and to identify how you can store it more intelligently: to keep it protected and fully accessible but at much lower costs than the traditional approach.
In 15 minutes you will be able to see how much money you can save on your next storage purchase, and we will even provide you a return on investment (ROI) analysis for your internal discussions.
Join Quantum and Komprise for this joint webinar and learn:
• How you can get analytics across your storage to know how data is being used
• How to cut costs and see the ROI of implementing a simple active archive
•How this strategy can help you leverage public cloud storage if desired
We will give you a live demo so you can see how easy it is.
Join us and qualify for a free analytics assessment in your environment!
Oracle database sprawl comes with significant cost and complexity. The complexity is the result of proliferation of database copies created for a range of uses including disaster recovery, provisioning of development and testing infrastructure, quality assurance (QA), DevOps in private or hybrid clouds to name a few.
Join this webinar to learn how Catalogic Software’s® ECX™ Copy Data Management platform deployed in conjunction with the Pure Storage® FlashArray™, allows organizations to manage, orchestrate and analyze Copy Data. The solution provides full lifecycle management of your Copy Data through automated workflows that allow you to streamline the creation, management and use of Oracle database copies.
Join Spacebelt and the Cloud Constellation Corporation for a technical deep-dive into connecting your cloud storage and telecommunications networks within your data center.
The Space-Based data center infrastructure is comprised of interconnected satellites, forming an exclusive cloud storage network ring to serve enterprises and governments everywhere. This is what the data center of the future looks like, and it includes an autonomous global telecom backbone, fast delivery of data stored in-orbit to anywhere on the planet, ultra secure point-to-point connectivity, and more.
With the every increasing influx of data and big data, cloud storage models and data centers need to continue to shift and adapt to these demands. Learn about the latest and greatest data center connectivity solutions and technologies on the market today.
Malgré quelques similarités, Hadoop et Spark sont souvent considérées comme la même technologie. Durant ce webcast, Marc Royer, Spécialiste SE et Big Data chez Dell EMC vous guidera à travers les différences entre ces outils, afin que vous puissiez choisir le bon pour votre projet Big Data.
Pendant ces 30 minutes vous découvrirez notamment :
- Pourquoi et comment les organisations se tournent vers le Big Data pour innover
- Spark et Hadoop, et les spécificités des deux outils
- Quelques cas d’usage de ces technologies
- Une méthodologie pour réussir votre projet Big Data et les bonnes questions à se poser pour choisir la technologie appropriée
It's no longer a secret that hyperconverged data centres are gaining ground in 2017, hence it is imperative for data centre architects to understand this technology to stay ahead of the curve. Join this presentation to learn key architectural concepts in HCI and why they matter.
Among other topics discussed, you will discover:
·Why inline services offer better outcomes
·Why policy-based management is a must have for effective data centre consolidation
·Why modularity and scalability is critical in your next generation data centre