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StarWind HyperConverged Appliance: Intel-powered Ultra-Performance

Get a first-hand look into how utilizing StarWind HyperConverged Appliance, powered by Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 Family and Intel® SSD Data Center Family. This pairing will allow you to reap the benefits of NVMe over Fabrics, resulting in amazing performance.
Recorded Sep 13 2016 21 mins
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    Gain an understanding of what is driving the transition from CapEx storage to OpEx-based Storage-as-a-Service. Learn from the experts why there are significant Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) advantages when transitioning from purchasing storage to pay-as-you-go. Also, learn how to avoid potential pitfalls when launching your new infrastructure.

    - Market data showing the shift from CapEx to OpEx
    - Storage-as-a-Service (STaaS) architectures
    - Cloud/Hybrid/On-Premise deployment options
    - TCO Analysis
    - Best-Practices for Deployment
  • Turn Your Data Center into Your Very Own Public Cloud Dec 7 2016 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Sanjay Jagad, Sr. Manager, Product Marketing, Cohodata; Suzy Visvanathan, Director, Product Management, Cohodata
    Companies are actively looking to transform their highly virtualized data center into a dynamic on-premise private cloud that offers the same benefits as the public cloud. Today’s dedicated infrastructure offerings fail to address the growing demands and higher service levels needed for today’s applications. They lack the advanced capabilities like elastic scale, flexibility, management automation, and usage-based tracking to deliver IT as a Service (ITaaS) for their tenants. A modern dynamic data center necessitates the need for a modern software-defined infrastructure. An infrastructure that can be dynamically provisioned across a pool of compute, network and storage resources, thus reducing and eliminating the planning and complexity associated with application sizing, provides much more flexibility and allows for future proofing and investment protection.
    For companies considering whether or not to use the public cloud versus staying with or building their own data center, there are three primary factors affecting their decision: business needs, data security and total cost of operations (CAPEX/OPEX).
  • Maximize Microsoft Storage Performance on All-Flash NVMe Next-Gen Infrastructure Dec 6 2016 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
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    How can All-Flash NVMe systems address your storage challenges? Get the latest details on the emerging All-Flash products and technologies from Supermicro and Intel. See the configurations and performance details for leading software defined storage solutions from Microsoft, VMWare and Mirantis (Openstack) on All-Flash NVMe accelerated platforms. Learn how to work with Supermicro and Intel on a custom assessment or proof of concept of All-Flash NVMe Next Generation systems. Accelerate your transition to a higher performance, more efficient and cost effective next generation storage architecture today.
  • Flash for All, Bottlenecks for None Recorded: Nov 29 2016 49 mins
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    Enterprises are widely adopting hyperconverged infrastructure to transform the way they deliver IT services. At the same time, with dropping prices and increasing storage density, we’ve reached an inflection point that is transforming decisions around all-flash deployments as well. If HCI is the path to the future shouldn’t your storage decisions reflect that? Migrate your mission-critical applications running on bare-metal or virtualized Oracle and SQL Server to a scale-out all-flash hyperconverged platform. With emerging technologies such as NVMe and 3D XPoint coming into the market, this session will dig into the new realities for enterprise datacenters and ways to deploy flash.
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    Ranajit Nevatia, CEO, Datagres; Paul Yeatman, Enterprise Solutions and Support Specialist, Datagres
    Without sufficient detail and information, admins are limited in knowing how well the I/O is traveling within the data center, where bottlenecks exist, and where improvements can be made.  As data centers are often managed by multiple teams, it becomes difficult to determine which team is responsible for certain issues or areas of improvement and thus makes it easy to always blame the other team.  Recognizing the need for I/O visibility in the data center, DATAGRES created PerfAccel.  As a software-only solution that is installed on the individual application servers, it is fully aware of each and every I/O that occurs from the application servers all the way back to the storage servers and can accelerate application performance with dynamic data placement at the same time.
  • Flexible Offering of Enterprise Software-Defined Solutions Recorded: Nov 3 2016 35 mins
    Alexander Arnoldy, Supermicro; Don Lopes, Nexenta; Sunny Dugar C, S, Supermicro;
    • What Supermicro-Nexenta has to offer in Software Defined Storage space.
    • Nexenta software features.
    • Supermicro Total Solutions & Services.
    • Successful use cases with Customers.
  • Intel NVMe SSD Supercharges Windows Server 2016 Hyper-Converged Recorded: Oct 27 2016 55 mins
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    DataON and Intel maximize the performance of Windows Server 2016 thanks to Intel’s NVMe SSD and DataON’s Hyper-Converged Cluster Appliance platform. NVMe SSD based storage offers 3X read and 1.5X write performance when compared to traditional SSDs, making it an innovative choice for those looking to push the bounds of their data centers. Intel’s latest enterprise NVMe SSD offering empowers high IO performance for EVGA’s IOP intensive enterprise applications demanding in-memory applications, such as virtualization using Hyper-V*, Microsoft Hekaton* for analytics, Microsoft SQL*, large Exchange* installations, and other I/O intensive applications.
  • True Enterprise Class Centralized NVMe Storage From E8 Storage Recorded: Oct 18 2016 52 mins
    Ziv Serlin - Director System Architecture, E8 Storage, Ron Herrmann - Director Sales Engineering, E8 Storage
    E8 Storage has been a member of the Intel Developer program for several years.  At the Flash Memory Summit in August, E8 Storage emerged from stealth mode with the announcement of their centralized NVMe storage solution, the E8 D24, using Intel dual-ported SSDs.  E8 Storage is the first vendor to bring to the market a true enterprise class centralized storage array using dual-ported Intel drives.  This solution provides amazing performance (up to 10M IOPS in a 2U form factor) and Enterprise class storage features such as controller and path failover (made possible by using Intel dual-ported SSDs).   This webinar also illustrates some of the testing that E8 Storage has done with the Intel dual-ported SSDs and how failures can now be overcome with this new architecture.
  • Decoupling Storage from Compute in Apache Hadoop with Ceph Recorded: Oct 17 2016 40 mins
    Veda Shankar Director, Emerging Technologies, Solution Business Development Group, QCT (Quanta Cloud Technology)
    Intel and QCT (Quanta Cloud Technology) partnered to create a block storage solution that delivers multi-tenancy, workload flexibility, and massive scalability utilizing Ceph. Using a Hadoop workload, Ceph was optimized to provide backend storage solution. To provide the performance needed to disaggregate Hadoop storage, a hybrid deployment of Intel® Solid State Drives with NVMe and HDDs where performance is optimized with Intel® Cache Acceleration Software. Veda will share the results of key benchmarks and the underlying architecture that is being deployed by a large Cloud Service Provider (CSP) to reduce their operational complexity and save cost.  
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    Nihir Parikh, VMware Product Manager, Supermicro and Chuck Brown, Storage Solutions Architect, Intel
    Note: For those that weren't able to join us or would like to ask additional questions, we are repeating the content from our webinar on September 29.

    VMware’s Virtual SAN 6.2 adds new capabilities that dramatically change the value of hyper-converged infrastructure for broad scale deployment. If you are considering hyper converged infrastructure, come learn from Intel and Supermicro engineers on best design practices for Virtual SAN in an All-Flash NVMe from pre-configured and pre-certified Ready Nodes to certified components that can be leveraged to design your own system for varying workload requirements. This session will also cover guidance and best practices for customers who want to design their own Virtual SAN validated solution, including best known methods for performance tuning, optimizations, and measured cost/performance metrics with CapEx and OpEx considerations.
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    Nihir Parikh, VMware Product Manager, Supermicro and Chuck Brown, Storage Solutions Architect, Intel
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    Shai Maskit, Director of Technical Marketing
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    Max Kolomyeytsev, Director of Product Management
    Get a first-hand look into how utilizing StarWind HyperConverged Appliance, powered by Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 Family and Intel® SSD Data Center Family. This pairing will allow you to reap the benefits of NVMe over Fabrics, resulting in amazing performance.
  • Top Your Data Center Storage Tiers with NVMe Recorded: Sep 8 2016 32 mins
    Charlie Fei, Product Manager at AIC
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    Mike Slisinger, Cloud Solutions Architect, Nutanix & Chris Feltham, Worldwide Cloud Solutions Manager, Intel
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    Attending this webcast should provide Cloud Service Providers with a good understanding of how Intel and Nutanix can help reduce costs of offering cloud services while enabling and growing new revenue streams for business.
  • NetApp Data Fabric – Accelerating Customer Success in Hybrid Cloud Recorded: Jun 21 2016 40 mins
    Lee Caswell - VP, Product, Solutions & Services Marketing, NetApp
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  • Evolve or die: Enterprise Storage in the Face of Sudden and Continuous Change Recorded: Jun 16 2016 54 mins
    Andy Warfield - CTO and Co-founder, Coho Data
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    On one hand, they must be absolute geeks: fixated on the gory technical challenges that are involved with getting performance and efficiency out of a set of storage technologies that nobody even dreamed of about ten years ago. On the other, they must completely insulate their customers from this gory technical fixation: successful products must assemble a set of complex and rapidly evolving technologies in a way that makes the business end of storage -- protecting and presenting organizational data -- simpler and more cost-effective than ever before.
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    Paul Turner, CMO at Cloudian; Ken LeTourneau, Enterprise Solutions Architect at Intel
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    In this webinar, you’ll learn how the Intel/Cloudian Solution Architecture on Lenovo can store and analyze your data.
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