Jon Toigo, Chairman, Data Management Institute; Augie Gonzalez, Director of Product Marketing, DataCore Software
In the early 2000s, server virtualization was hailed by hypervisor vendors as the key to data center infrastructure consolidation and huge CAPEX cost reductions. In many firms, it didn’t quite pan out that way.
A new generation of thought leaders is arguing that hyper-converged infrastructure will pick up where hypervisor computing left off. The claims of CAPEX and OPEX improvements may sound familiar, but the technology worldview has expanded to include not only application workload and server hardware, but also software-defined networking and storage.
Join us in this webinar for a frank and thoughtful discussion of hyper-convergence and how it might well be the key to hyper-consolidation.