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What's next for virtual server storage: 5 things you need to know

Hear about 5 key storage advancements in this webinar. You'll learn:
--How to enable greater infrastructure agility
--How to cut storage-related costs by 60% or more
--How customers benefit from recent storage innovations
Recorded Nov 20 2015 40 mins
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  • Future-Proof Your Private Cloud with Software-Defined Storage Recorded: Jan 24 2017 47 mins
    Rob Whiteley, VP of Marketing, Hedvig Inc.
    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.
  • Multi-Cloud Primary Storage: Building a Single Storage Cluster to Span any Cloud Recorded: Nov 16 2016 46 mins
    Rob Whiteley, VP of Marketing
    The journey to the public cloud is underway. A recent survey found that typical enterprises augment their private data center with six public cloud providers. But how do you enable applications and services to span all of these clouds? The agility and flexibility benefits of the cloud are lost if you simply lift and shift infrastructure silos to multiple clouds. However, advances in software-defined storage provide a "universal data plane" that synchronizes data across private and public clouds. Watch this webinar to learn how you can create a multi-cloud primary storage solution that can span any cloud, including a demo of storage that spans AWS, Azure, and Google.
  • Data Synchronization in the Cloud with SDS Recorded: Sep 21 2016 36 mins
    Rob Whiteley, VP of Marketing
    Software-defiend storage can dramatically improve the economics of your datacenter. The power of commodity hardware with storage software lowers costs by 60% or more. But what if you’re going to the public cloud? Software-defined storage helps there. In fact, for many enterprises, it’s accelerating their journey. Watch this webinar to learn how software-defined storage can synchronize data across private and public clouds, enabling true application portability.
  • Stretched Clustering for VMware with Hedvig Software-defined Storage Recorded: Aug 23 2016 36 mins
    Eric Carter, Senior Director, Marketing & Chris Kranz, Senior Systems Engineer
    Software-defined Storage Service interruptions wreak havoc on business. Enterprises expend huge budgets to deliver datacenter redundancy and continuous application availability and still it is not easy. Storage is often the biggest limiting factor. The good news is that recent storage innovations combined with the flexibility of VMware vSphere simplify and lower the cost of delivering automated mobility of services between sites to ensure downtime avoidance and fault recovery.

    Watch this webinar and learn:
    • How to deliver real-time virtual machine migration across a geographically stretched cluster with no data loss or service interruption
    • How software-defined storage streamlines delivery of vSphere Metro Storage Clusters (vMSC)
    • How a multi-site storage system managed as a single logical entity benefits your virtualization deployment
  • A live look at Hedvig and Docker Datacenter Recorded: Jun 30 2016 45 mins
    Eric Carter, Senior Director of Marketing
    Learn from Docker and Hedvig about Docker Datacenter and the Hedvig Docker volume plugin that simplifies storage integration and management with containers.
  • Five Benefits to Using SDS for Emerging Docker and Container Initiatives Recorded: May 18 2016 45 mins
    Rob Whiteley
    As traditional enterprises look to experiment with emerging Docker use cases, the need to connect containers to persistent data or even just to share data between Docker containers becomes more obvious. However, this expansion has proven to be a challenge for infrastructure that relies on monolithic storage arrays. As a result, enterprises are looking to software-defined storage as a more attractive choice because of its flexibility, programmability and ability to provide well-managed, persistent storage. In this talk, you’ll get:

    • What Docker is and is not, as well as container-specific storage challenges
    • Why you need container-specific storage policies, SLAs, and classes of service (CoS)
    • How to leverage software-defined storage solutions for Docker and containers
    • When to use hyperconverged or hyperscale architectures for your Docker initiatives
  • Case Study Video - Mazzetti Recorded: May 5 2016 4 mins
    Mike Rinken, Direcotr of Technology at Mazzetti
    Mike Rinken, Director of Technology at Mazzetti, describes how he uses Hedvig with Veeam and Amazon as a backup target and active archive.
  • How to Build OpenStack Clouds with Software-Defined Storage Recorded: Apr 19 2016 49 mins
    Eric Carter, Sr Director of Marketing at Hedvig and Joyc Chutchian - Contributing Editor, IDG Strategic Marketing Services (S
    Storage is critical to OpenStack production deployments, along with performance, reliability, scalability and flexibility. Modern software-defined storage (SDS) solutions address the challenges of real-world OpenStack environments.

    In this webinar you'll learn:
    • Why the move to SDS is key to the success of any OpenStack cloud
    • How Hedvig software-defined storage works and integrates with OpenStack Cinder and Swift to deliver seamless, automated storage
    • Best practices for efficient deployment with eco-system software tools like Mirantis Fuel
  • New Storage Strategies for Today’s Enterprise Recorded: Mar 17 2016 34 mins
    Eric Carter, Senior Director Marketing
    Storage architectures have evolved to meet ever-changing business demands. Today’s enterprises need the flexibility to place workloads where they make the most sense and achieve objectives for resiliency and growth without introducing unnecessary complexity and cost.
    If you have storage initiatives focused on virtualization, backup, archiving, or cloud, attend this session to learn new strategies for building a more agile, multi-site storage infrastructure at lower cost.
  • How Web-Scale IT Will Change Your Backup and DR Strategy Recorded: Jan 21 2016 33 mins
    Eric Carter, Senior Director, Marketing, Hedvig
    The world of backup, disaster recovery, and business continuity is being disrupted by new approaches taken from the playbook of web-scale companies like Google, Amazon, and Facebook. Enterprises are adopting distributed systems-based, software-defined architectures that simplify management, streamline protection, increase uptime and reduce costs by as much as 60%.

    This session will provide insight on how software-defined storage (SDS) facilitates new ways to protect, manage, replicate, and recover data. Specifically, you’ll learn:

    • How a hyperscale architecture built on commodity hardware delivers better and more efficient protection for your data and applications
    • How to create a single geo or metro storage cluster that offers high-availability without the management headaches and high cost of traditional approaches
    • How to take advantage of a public cloud like AWS as a tier for older, colder data and as a DR site for a truly hybrid approach
  • What's next for virtual server storage: 5 things you need to know Recorded: Nov 20 2015 40 mins
    Eric Carter
    Hear about 5 key storage advancements in this webinar. You'll learn:
    --How to enable greater infrastructure agility
    --How to cut storage-related costs by 60% or more
    --How customers benefit from recent storage innovations
  • Four Storage Strategies To Help You Think Differently About Hybrid Cloud Recorded: Nov 10 2015 46 mins
    Rob Whiteley, VP of Marketing, Hedvig
    Your world will be hybrid for the foreseeable future. You will combine a mix of on-premises private cloud and public cloud infrastructure to meet ever-changing business demands. But how do you build a storage architecture designed to support this hybrid world?

    This session will provide insight on how software-defined storage facilitates hybrid cloud architectures. We’ll present four scenarios and case studies where companies are thinking differently about “cloud storage.”

    Specifically, you’ll learn how you can use software-defined storage to:
    1. Build an OpenStack “landing pad” to onboard applications born in public clouds like AWS.
    2. Create hybrid AWS-based applications with on-premises infrastructure that migrates older, colder data to the public cloud.
    3. Treat public clouds as “DR sites” where applications are automatically protected across data centers and clouds.
    4. Store data on private, hosted infrastructure that bursts to the public cloud for compute.
  • ESG & Hedvig: How to Scale and Store All That Data Recorded: Nov 3 2015 54 mins
    Scott Sinclair, Senior Analyst ESG and Rob Whiteley, VP of Marketing Hedvig
    Today's modern businesses drive new technology initiatives like big data, cloud, and microservices to fuel business innovation. But these same technologies result in exponential data growth. Your challenge: How do I respond fast enough to the business and economically scale and store all that data?
    Get answers to that question in this webinar with ESG and Hedvig and you'll learn:
    •How the latest business initiatives impact your storage.
    •How you can use Hedvig as a modern platform to curb explosive data growth.
    •A sneak peek at ESG's hot-off-the-press Storage Trends research report.
  • New Industry Research from Forrester - Time to Rethink your Storage Solution Recorded: Oct 9 2015 62 mins
    Sr Analyst Forrester, Henry Baltazar and Eric Carter, Sr. Director Marketing Hedvig
    In today's world of unprecedented growth in enterprise storage demands, traditional infrastructure provisioning and management methods just aren’t capable of keeping up with the frequent adjustments required within modern enterprises. New industry research sheds light on how software-defined storage gives modern enterprises a competitive edge, offering improved scalability, performance, and ease of use.

    Please join us for an upcoming webcast on May 19th, featuring guest speaker Sr. Research Analyst Henry Baltazar with Forrester Consulting who will share insights on the growing need to rethink traditional data storage and on where the data industry is heading. Eric Carter, Sr. Director of Product Marketing at Hedvig will share how Hedvig’s new software-defined storage solution can deliver modern storage for any enterprise compute environment.

    Attend this webcast featuring industry experts from Forrester Research and Hedvig to discover:

    •Why 55% of technology decision makers are expressing interest in or starting to implement software-defined storage
    •What workloads IT leaders consider as top candidates to operate with software-defined storage
    •Why the need for choice and flexibility are ushering in a new era of data management that brings the simplicity of public clouds to your data center
    •How distributed systems technology transforms commodity server infrastructure into a scalable, resilient, self-service storage platform
  • Modern Storage for Modern Business: An Introduction to Hedvig Recorded: Oct 8 2015 44 mins
    Eric Carter, Sr Director of Marketing
    The velocity of change for today's business has exposed weakness in traditional approaches to IT infrastructure. Forrester estimates that 58% of organizations measure storage provisioning in days, weeks, or even months. That’s simply not fast enough!

    Hedvig has re-architected storage using modern, distributed systems capabilities giving you the toolset to successfully deal with the demands of modern business.

    Attend this webinar for an introduction to Hedvig and learn:

    Why software-defined storage is gaining momentum in the enterprise
    How Hedvig is different from other solutions on the market
    What Hedvig uniquely offers for DevOps and IT organizations
Hedvig reduces enterprise storage costs by 60 percent while accelerating migrations to hybrid and multi-cloud architectures. The Hedvig Distributed Storage Platform combines block, file, and object storage for bare metal, hypervisor and container environments. The only software-defined solution built on a true distributed system, Hedvig keeps pace with scale-out applications and the velocity of change in today’s business climate. The Hedvig platform gets better and smarter as the system scales, transforming commodity hardware and public cloud services into the most advanced storage solution available today. Customers such as BNP Paribas CIB, DGC, LKAB, Mazzetti and Van Dijk use the Hedvig platform to transform their storage into a fundamental enabler of digital business strategies.

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