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.
How do IT organizations manage data and control costs across paradigms in a way that does not restrict or prohibit portability? How do IT organizations provide consistent core-to-edge insight, capabilities and data services regardless of the location, vendor or platform?
When users put content into the cloud, they lose insight and control. Sure they can see capacity consumed, but what about the data services and performance? Working across clouds or moving from cloud to cloud further perpetuates the existing problems - lack of common tools and potential vendor lock-in.
FreeStor gives customers total choice to build the right destination, on the right storage paradigm for the right price and service level.
Let’s explore the cost of storage in the 1990’s, 2000’s, and today. How has the impact of technology changed the cost of storage? Are you considering moving to the Cloud? Are you looking to modernize your datacenter? The industry is constantly introducing new terms, such as Software Defined Storage, that make you wonder if you are protecting your data with the best possible solution. We will discuss new technology that can help you lower costs and get more out of your infrastructure investment. Choose the right storage for your environment that results in a cost savings.
Alan Komet and Peter McCallum have spoken worldwide discussing storage issues, helping businesses make intelligent decisions.
How do IT organizations manage data and control costs across paradigms in a way that does not restrict or prohibit portability? How do IT organizations provide consistent core-to-edge insight, capabilities and data services regardless of the location, vendor or platform? As organizations move to Software-Defined Data Centers, new approaches are required to address long-standing challenges, such as the need for interoperability, insight, and common tools. Modernizing existing infrastructure results in IT organizations needing to achieve greater efficiencies, reduced downtime, lower costs, and improved simplicity in a way that only a software-defined approach can deliver.
Addressing These Challenges With A Unique Architecture
-Choose the right storage paradigm
-For the right service-level
-With the right performance and economic benefit
Join Peter McCallum as he hosts several partners and service providers in a roundtable discussion. Hear what is happening in their business, challenges they are facing and successes. If you’re an Enterprise or Service Provider, you’ll want to participate in this conversation and learn how to be a market differentiator, how to create new revenue streams and offer richer services.
The ability to match service-level performance to economic performance results in decisions many enterprise customers and service providers are faced with making today due to the ongoing transformation of storage environments. How do xSPs offer customer monitoring, reporting, and notification at all levels which are isolated to specific tenants, users, and clients? Digitalization and cloud technology have resulted in better economic performance for enterprise customers and service providers.
Don’t miss an exciting hour of candid conversation between colleagues discussing issues important to you and your business. Get some new ideas, learn new things and ask questions to help solve your business needs.
Digitalization and cloud technology have resulted in better economic performance for enterprise customers and service providers. Workloads can now be located in proper storage destinations - in the cloud, at a hosted provider or on-premise.
Enterprise customers are not only evaluating the storage destination and type but the appropriate hypervisors and operating systems to match the service levels and economic costs of the workloads they need to support.
FreeStor, on its third iteration in less than 18 months, is 100% focused on delivering high-performance block-based storage services that customers need - at public cloud prices. Customers have been in need of such services but have been unable to achieve this level of service with traditional branded suppliers. FreeStor gives customers total choice to build the right destination, on the right storage paradigm for the right price and service level.
Alan Komet, EVP Worldwide Field Operations & Peter McCallum, VP Datacenter Solutions
FreeStor is the most comprehensive and truly agnostic software-defined storage management platform on the market today. Delivering end to end management, features include Intelligent Abstraction, Intelligent Predictive Analytics, Intelligent Action and Intelligent Pricing.
Join this session to stay on top of the latest software-defined storage and cloud storage trends and features, including:
New Data Analytics and Reporting
Secure Multi Tenancy
Linux 7 Support
When it comes to managing your data center, choosing a cloud storage option and optimizing your data analytics, the waters can get muddy. Save your seat to help sort through the clutter!
Farid Yavari, VP Technology and Peter McCallum, VP Datacenter Solutions
It’s time to let your storage infrastructure work for you, not the other way around. Lower the cost of storage hardware, modernize existing infrastructure and take less time to manage and monitor one of your company's most valuable assets: data.
1. Age is GOOD in software
2. Decoupling controller software from the controller is GOOD
3. The same challenges in deploying and maintaining software also exist in HW deployments… so why not use the same methods (i.e. devops!)
4. Drive down storage costs with an integrated, predictive and proactive approach to analytics for an “always-on” storage infrastructure that supports business growth and stability
Wie lange darf ein Geschäftsprozess ausfallen? Darf ein Datenverlust in Kauf genommen werden? Wie können Datendienste von FreeStor Sie dabei unterstützen Ihre Datensicherungs- bzw. Wiederherstellungsanforderungen zu gewährleisten
Pete McCallum will discuss the impact of platform convergence in today’s storage and infrastructure marketplace. In this discussion, we will explore the evolution of distributed computing, and how the hardware-defined era has been a stagnating force. We will discuss the deep impact of the Software-Defined everything and how platforms like Containers, Software-Defined Storage, Openstack, and Analytics are shaping the new world of massive Data-Defined infrastructure.
Speicher-Silos um den Anforderungen für bestimmte Anwendungen zu genügen sind passé.
Die Abstraktion verschiedenster Medien gepaart mit Intelligenter Analyse ermöglichen die optimale und flexible Platzierung Ihrer Daten – Für jeden Fall.
In the modern business world, data has become as important as capital and people. But the traditional approach of managing data silo by silo is complex and expensive. It’s time to rethink how data is managed.
The latest release of FreeStor takes a comprehensive approach to real-world data management challenges through intelligent abstraction, predictive analytics and intelligent action across your storage infrastructure. Our all new FreeStor Analytics improves business value through heterogeneous data management. See how FreeStor is empowering the Enterprise customer looking to become an Internal Service Provider and helping Managed Service Providers achieve an economic edge.
Isn’t time you set your storage infrastructure free?
Are you looking for freedom to choose or leverage the right storage infrastructure to match your business, operations, and budget?
Would you like to be free to innovate and focus on driving business?
Are you interested in being free to do business in a way that makes sense for your business - not dictated by vendors?
Join us to see how FreeStor gives customers the Power To Be Free!
FreeStor helps IT organizations realize more economic value out of existing environments and any future storage investments.
Reducing complexity, maximizing flexibility and improving operational efficiency - FreeStor sets your data free. Join Peter McCallum and Alan Komet as they discuss SDS and the 2016 FreeStor Vision - with Mark Bichlmeier from Spiceworks moderating!
While virtualizing infrastructure is a method to help manage sprawl, it is not a solution by itself. Learn how and why a truly heterogeneous, software-defined storage approach is the key to reducing complexity, maximizing efficiency and lowering costs. It’s time for IT staff to stop reacting and gain back the freedom and flexibility to drive business.
FreeStor's horizontal architecture unlocks a new world of storage focused IT opportunities, allowing IT managers, MSPs and CSPs to maximize efficiencies and lower costs while taking advantage of private and hybrid cloud storage and Software-Defined Storage (SDS). With the combination of FreeStor and OpenStack, organizations can move data management operations to the cloud to deliver efficient replication, protection, disaster recovery and optimization across their infrastructure.
Peter McCallum, VP Datacenter Solutions and Alan Komet, VP Global Operations will discuss:
•Infrastructure in the cloud
•Less Disruption with SDS
And we can be sure you will have a few laughs throughout the hour!
Join Pete McCallum and Steve Algrhim, long-time infrastructure architects, for a frank discussion on the changing face of storage networking and design. “Storage networking” implies both the interconnected nature of storage resources and their need to communicate over varied distances and topologies. Designing a storage network for a datacenter is a concept usually reserved for greenfield deployments. This is extremely rare as most datacenters, if not all, are already running well-established storage environments and network infrastructures.
In this session, Pete and Steve will run through their past experiences and customer stories to help define the present and future state of storage and the role it plays in infrastructure design. Topics will range from:
- greenfield versus brownfield deployment strategies
- how disaster recovery has evolved into business continuity
- how the software application layer is changing how we perceive storage
Let’s face it; embracing new storage technologies, capabilities, and upgrading to new hardware often results in added complexity and costs. The reality is that when IT equipment, platforms, and applications do not integrate with one another, the resulting “sprawl” of storage islands and silos on disparate systems can be costly, risky, disruptive, and time-consuming. But it does not have to be that way.
FreeStor's unique horizontal architecture opens up a new world of storage opportunities, allowing IT managers to maximize efficiencies and reduce costs. Take advantage of cloud, hybrid/cloud, SDS and Flash storage — without having to invest in new technology or rip and replace.