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Re-energize the Enterprise: Composable infrastructure for HCI deployments

HCI has delivered much-needed simplicity for cloud deployments, giving IT users a compact, all-in-one solution for enterprise and hyperscale environments. These turnkey solutions have, over time, led to new architectural problems. The same solutions that accelerated infrastructure deployment for the cloud have resulted in waste associated with a static infrastructural approach. Resources of CPU, storage, and networking remain locked in single-use scenarios, unable to be shared across rigidly configured stacks, and limiting the ability to integrate next-generation accelerators like GPU and FPGA. Composable infrastructure solutions deliver the ability to unlock those resources from their hyperconverged stacks, as well as to easily deploy pooled accelerator resources for extra horsepower across your data center environment.
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  • Breaking Out: Composable Infrastructure Could Underpin Digital Transformation. Recorded: Oct 21 2020 46 mins
    John Abbott, Principle Analyst at 451 Research & Sumit Puri, CEO of Liqid
    Organizations are seeking IT infrastructure solutions meet the resource requirements of modern workloads like AI and Deep Learning. This means looking beyond the rigid, hardware-bound silos that have remained relatively unchanged for over 30 years.

    Join John Abbott, Systems Infrastructure Analyst at 451 Research, and Liqid CEO & Co-founder Sumit Puri, and learn how a new technology, composable disaggregated infrastructure (CDI), is enabling organizations to meet the demanding data requirements of modern high-value applications while delivering new levels of IT flexibility, agility and efficiency. Not only are previously impossible configurations now possible, but systems can be created, scaled and repurposed in just minutes, improving time-to-value and customer experience.
  • Flashforward: The Evolution of Flash Storage from Obscurity to Ubiquity Recorded: Oct 8 2020 46 mins
    Marius Tudor, EVP Sales, and Aaron Melin, Sr. Dir. of Engineering
    In 2010, SSD storage was a luxury item with Fusion-io in the lead both performance and cost-wise, and also in terms of astonishing application-level acceleration. Many in IT were shocked by the price of Enterprise SSDs and struggled with how best to take advantage of high-performance flash offered in relatively low capacities compared to traditional disk-based solutions. While performance was blistering compared to disk, it would be years before it reached its true potential.

    Join Liqid for a journey through the evolution of flash storage from SATA SSDs to early PCIe AIC SSDs and get introduced to the fastest NVMe SSD on the planet, the Liqid LQD4500 Honey Badger.

    Webinar attendees will be given a special offer to flashforward their legacy PCIe SSD storage to industry-leading Liqid NVMe solutions.

    Webinar-only Trade-up Offer: Get up to $500 per card for old Fusion-io, Virident, Intel, LSI Nytro, Micron or any other older Gen 2/ Gen 3 HHHL or FHHL PCIe cards when swapping out for new Liqid NVMe cards
  • Composable Infrastructure: 101 Recorded: Sep 30 2020 38 mins
    Sumit Puri, CEO of Liqid, Inc.
    Join Liqid CEO and Co-founder Sumit Puri for an introduction to all things composable infrastructure. Composable infrastructure saves money, improves data center resource utilization, and offers faster hardware deployment while easily scaling to meet future business needs. Sumit will discuss and demonstrate how Liqid composable infrastructure solutions enable IT users to pool and deploy previously static hardware. Disaggregated GPU, NVMe, FPGA, Intel® Optane™ memory technology, networking, and CPU are managed through software, across multiple fibers, including PCIe, Ethernet, and Infiniband. Once a compute task has been completed, resources are released for use by other applications. Learn the benefits of composable infrastructure for virtualization and VDI, hyperconverged data centers, GPU supercomputing, artificial intelligence, dynamic cloud, and media & entertainment.
  • Composable Supercomputing for HPC Workloads Recorded: Sep 23 2020 40 mins
    Aaron Melin, Sr. Dir of Engineering & George Wagner, Director of Product Marketing, Liqid
    Modern scientific research and big data questions are urgent and require high-performance computing (HPC) system horsepower for answers. While recent advances in microprocessor, GPU, and ultra-low latency networking technologies continue to increase HPC performance, it's largely monolithic and designed for specific workloads, making it difficult to repurpose as new projects materialize. Learn how composable infrastructure from Liqid helps organizations accelerate time-to-value, improve IT agility and increase resource utilization of their HPC environments. Compose precise HPC configurations from pools of compute, GPU, FPGA, NVMe and storage class memory over multiple fabrics in seconds, and granularly scale as needed. Upon project completion, Liqid allows you to move resources back into pools, ready to be redeployed for future workloads. Finally, learn how some of the most prestigious research laboratories in the world deliver smarter HPC infrastructure with composable infrastructure from Liqid.
  • Catch Lightning in a Bottle: Developing Apps for PCIe 4.0 Recorded: Sep 16 2020 52 mins
    Sumit Puri, CEO, Liqid & Akber Kazmi, Sr. PLM, Broadcom
    As performance requirements for next generation applications continue outpace modern infrastructure capabilities, IT is betting on the new high-performance PCIe 4.0 bus and accelerators to save the day. Join Broadcom and Liqid as they discuss the benefits of PCIe 4.0 and how they apply to a key use cases and verticals. Learn about the industry’s first reference design kit for PCIe 4.0, designed by Liqid and Broadcom, as a development platform for technologists to quickly validate concepts based on the new specification and successfully bring PCIe Gen 4.0 solutions to market. 
  • Re-energize the Enterprise: Composable infrastructure for HCI deployments Recorded: Sep 2 2020 44 mins
    Aaron Melin, Sr. Dir. of Engineering at Liqid
    HCI has delivered much-needed simplicity for cloud deployments, giving IT users a compact, all-in-one solution for enterprise and hyperscale environments. These turnkey solutions have, over time, led to new architectural problems. The same solutions that accelerated infrastructure deployment for the cloud have resulted in waste associated with a static infrastructural approach. Resources of CPU, storage, and networking remain locked in single-use scenarios, unable to be shared across rigidly configured stacks, and limiting the ability to integrate next-generation accelerators like GPU and FPGA. Composable infrastructure solutions deliver the ability to unlock those resources from their hyperconverged stacks, as well as to easily deploy pooled accelerator resources for extra horsepower across your data center environment.
  • Make your Hardware Smarter with Dynamic Composable Infrastructure Recorded: Aug 26 2020 48 mins
    Hosted by: Bryan Courtright, Dir. Solution Architecture Group, ID Technologies. Matt Demas, CTO, Public Sector, Liqid, Inc.
    Learn how to make hardware smarter, more flexible & easier to manage with dynamic composable infrastructure.

    Static hardware stacks are traditionally shipped with resources fixed at the point of purchase, making it difficult to scale to meet surges in data demand. This leads to excessive overprovisioning requirements for meeting peak demand, and valuable equipment sitting idle during non-peak hours, imprisoned in a box and unable to be shared for use by other applications.

    IT users manage and automate via a simple pane-of-glass GUI, API, or command line, and can add resources in the required amount, when necessary. Intuitive composable infrastructure software gives IT users to have the flexibility of a government cloud deployment to on-prem environments without additional costs or fees. Performance for HPC, virtualization, and VDI, AI and machine learning, 5G/Edge deployments, dynamic cloud, and more are all greatly simplified and improved.

    Join Matt Demas, Public Sector CTO for composable infrastructure provider Liqid, for this webinar to learn how Liqid’s approach to composable infrastructure vastly improves hardware utilization to drive innovation in government computing. Bryan Courtright, Director, Solutions Architecture Group for ID Technologies, a managed services provider for government and enterprise IT, who will discuss how composable solutions can be architected for deployment in a service model, on-premises, and in co-locations to meet the compute requirements of individual organizations.

    Join Us! One lucky attendee will receive a $100 gift card to the grocery delivery or food delivery service of their choice.
  • Breaking Out: Composable Infrastructure Could Underpin Digital Transformation. Recorded: Aug 19 2020 46 mins
    John Abbott, 451 Research Analyst, and Sumit Puri, CEO of Liqid, Inc.
    Companies are deploying new innovations to system infrastructure to eliminate the rigid, hardware-bound silos that have held digital transformation strategies hostage.

    Join John Abbott, systems infrastructure analyst at 451 Research LLC, a unit of S&P Global Market Intelligence, and Liqid CEO & Co-founder Sumit Puri, for a discussion about how composable disaggregated infrastructure (CDI) solutions are being utilized to address the demanding data requirements of evolving high-value applications in AI+ML, 5G/edge computing, HPC, and more. Learn how CDI delivers flexible and comprehensive disaggregation. Composable software enables data center devices to be pooled and shared over PCIe for maximum stack performance, and over Ethernet for high-performance NVMe- and GPU-oF data operations.

    Use cases include government, academic, telecommunications, and other high-value applications. Find out how composable infrastructure solutions free resources once limited by physical architectures, and facilitate business processes and customer experiences that address changing market requirements.
  • Flashforward: The Evolution of Flash Storage from Obscurity to Ubiquity Recorded: Aug 4 2020 47 mins
    Marius Tudor, EVP Sales, and Aaron Melin, Sr. Dir. of Engineering
    In 2010, SSD storage was a luxury item with Fusion-io in the lead both performance and cost-wise, and also in terms of astonishing application-level acceleration. Many in IT were shocked by the price of Enterprise SSDs and struggled with how best to take advantage of high-performance flash offered in relatively low capacities compared to traditional disk-based solutions. While performance was blistering compared to disk, it would be years before it reached its true potential.

    Join Liqid for a journey through the evolution of flash storage from SATA SSDs to early PCIe AIC SSDs and get introduced to the fastest NVMe SSD on the planet, the Liqid LQD4500 Honey Badger.

    Webinar attendees will be given a special offer to flashforward their legacy PCIe SSD storage to industry-leading Liqid NVMe solutions.

    Webinar-only Trade-up Offer: Get up to $500 per card for old Fusion-io, Virident, Intel, LSI Nytro, Micron or any other older Gen 2/ Gen 3 HHHL or FHHL PCIe cards when swapping out for new Liqid NVMe cards
  • Taming the Honey Badger: Accelerate Outcomes with the World’s Fastest Flash Recorded: Jul 21 2020 20 mins
    Aaron Melin, Sr. Dir of Engineering
    With increasing demands on performance, maximizing IOPS and Throughput for modern workloads is paramount.

    Liqid’s Element LDQ4500 (codename: Honey Badger) has already made a name for itself as the fastest and highest density PCIe AIC available.

    Join our Sr. Director of Engineering, Aaron Melin, for a short discussion around key performance metrics, and most importantly learn about specific use-cases where the Honey Badger drives real business value.
  • Composable Supercomputing for HPC Workloads [Replay] Recorded: Jul 15 2020 40 mins
    Aaron Melin, Sr. Dir of Engineering & George Wagner, Director of Product Marketing, Liqid
    Modern scientific research and big data questions are urgent and require high-performance computing (HPC) system horsepower for answers. While recent advances in microprocessor, GPU, and ultra-low latency networking technologies continue to increase HPC performance, it's largely monolithic and designed for specific workloads, making it difficult to repurpose as new projects materialize. Learn how composable infrastructure from Liqid helps organizations accelerate time-to-value, improve IT agility and increase resource utilization of their HPC environments. Compose precise HPC configurations from pools of compute, GPU, FPGA, NVMe and storage class memory over multiple fabrics in seconds, and granularly scale as needed. Upon project completion, Liqid allows you to move resources back into pools, ready to be redeployed for future workloads. Finally, learn how some of the most prestigious research laboratories in the world deliver smarter HPC infrastructure with composable infrastructure from Liqid.
  • Breaking Out: Composable Infrastructure Could Underpin Digital Transformation. Recorded: Jul 9 2020 47 mins
    John Abbott, 451 Research Analyst, and Sumit Puri, CEO of Liqid, Inc.
    Companies are deploying new innovations to system infrastructure to eliminate the rigid, hardware-bound silos that have held digital transformation strategies hostage.

    Join John Abbott, systems infrastructure analyst at 451 Research LLC, a unit of S&P Global Market Intelligence, and Liqid CEO & Co-founder Sumit Puri, for a discussion about how composable disaggregated infrastructure (CDI) solutions are being utilized to address the demanding data requirements of evolving high-value applications in AI+ML, 5G/edge computing, HPC, and more. Learn how CDI delivers flexible and comprehensive disaggregation. Composable software enables data center devices to be pooled and shared over PCIe for maximum stack performance, and over Ethernet for high-performance NVMe- and GPU-oF data operations.

    Use cases include government, academic, telecommunications, and other high-value applications. Find out how composable infrastructure solutions free resources once limited by physical architectures, and facilitate business processes and customer experiences that address changing market requirements.
  • Composable Supercomputing for HPC Workloads Recorded: Jun 25 2020 41 mins
    Aaron Melin, Sr. Dir of Engineering & George Wagner, Director of Product Marketing, Liqid
    Modern scientific research and big data questions are urgent and require high-performance computing (HPC) system horsepower for answers. While recent advances in microprocessor, GPU, and ultra-low latency networking technologies continue to increase HPC performance, it's largely monolithic and designed for specific workloads, making it difficult to repurpose as new projects materialize. Learn how composable infrastructure from Liqid helps organizations accelerate time-to-value, improve IT agility and increase resource utilization of their HPC environments. Compose precise HPC configurations from pools of compute, GPU, FPGA, NVMe and storage class memory over multiple fabrics in seconds, and granularly scale as needed. Upon project completion, Liqid allows you to move resources back into pools, ready to be redeployed for future workloads. Finally, learn how some of the most prestigious research laboratories in the world deliver smarter HPC infrastructure with composable infrastructure from Liqid.
  • [Webinar Replay] Composable Infrastructure 101: Your Introduction to CDI Recorded: Jun 16 2020 38 mins
    Sumit Puri, CEO of Liqid, Inc.
    Join Liqid CEO and Co-founder Sumit Puri for an introduction to all things composable infrastructure. You can still ask your questions just like in a live webinar, but we will answer them via email shortly after the replay ends.

    Composable infrastructure saves money, improves data center resource utilization, and offers faster hardware deployment while easily scaling to meet future business needs. Sumit will discuss and demonstrate how Liqid composable infrastructure solutions enable IT users to pool and deploy previously static hardware. Disaggregated GPU, NVMe, FPGA, Intel® Optane™ memory technology, networking, and CPU are managed through software, across multiple fibers, including PCIe, Ethernet, and Infiniband. Once a compute task has been completed, resources are released for use by other applications. Learn the benefits of composable infrastructure for virtualization and VDI, hyperconverged data centers, GPU supercomputing, artificial intelligence, dynamic cloud, and media & entertainment.

    Please type your questions into the questions box as the webinar plays, and we will answer all your questions via email once the webinar has finished playing.
  • Composable Infrastructure: Data Center Architecture for AI Recorded: Jun 4 2020 44 mins
    Marius Tudor, VP of Sales, Liqid, Inc.
    Join Liqid VP of Sales Marius Tudor as he discusses the benefits that composable infrastructure solutions deliver for AI workloads.

    Liqid composable infrastructure enables IT users to orchestrate, deploy and change hardware configurations of previously static servers. Disaggregated trays of GPU, NVMe, FPGA, Intel® Optane™, networking, and CPU are managed through software, across multiple fabrics, including PCIe, Ethernet, and Infiniband to provision and augment bare-metal servers in seconds.

    Data has gravity. Learn how composable IT enables users to provision resources independently to meet the requirements specific to each stage of the AI workflow, providing business agility and infrastructure elasticity, while in tandem minimizing silos and hardware sprawl. Outcome: faster time to meaningful data at improved economics together with adaptive infrastructure.

    Marius will discuss recent deployments by organizations such as the University of Illinois at Chicago, which is now using Liqid solutions to manage global research for visually intensive computing, including AI deployments for scientific research.

    Join Us! One lucky attendee will receive a $100 gift card to the grocery delivery or food delivery service of their choice.
  • Re-energize the Enterprise: Composable infrastructure for HCI deployments Recorded: Jun 2 2020 45 mins
    Aaron Melin, Sr. Dir. of Engineering at Liqid
    HCI has delivered much-needed simplicity for cloud deployments, giving IT users a compact, all-in-one solution for enterprise and hyperscale environments. These turnkey solutions have, over time, led to new architectural problems. The same solutions that accelerated infrastructure deployment for the cloud have resulted in waste associated with a static infrastructural approach. Resources of CPU, storage, and networking remain locked in single-use scenarios, unable to be shared across rigidly configured stacks, and limiting the ability to integrate next-generation accelerators like GPU and FPGA. Composable infrastructure solutions deliver the ability to unlock those resources from their hyperconverged stacks, as well as to easily deploy pooled accelerator resources for extra horsepower across your data center environment.
  • Composable Infrastructure: Data Center Architecture for AI Recorded: May 19 2020 45 mins
    Marius Tudor, VP of Sales, Liqid, Inc.
    Join Liqid VP of Sales Marius Tudor as he discusses the benefits that composable infrastructure solutions deliver for AI workloads.

    Liqid composable infrastructure enables IT users to orchestrate, deploy and change hardware configurations of previously static servers. Disaggregated trays of GPU, NVMe, FPGA, Intel® Optane™, networking, and CPU are managed through software, across multiple fabrics, including PCIe, Ethernet, and Infiniband to provision and augment bare-metal servers in seconds.

    Data has gravity. Learn how composable IT enables users to provision resources independently to meet the requirements specific to each stage of the AI workflow, providing business agility and infrastructure elasticity, while in tandem minimizing silos and hardware sprawl. Outcome: faster time to meaningful data at improved economics together with adaptive infrastructure.

    Marius will discuss recent deployments by organizations such as the University of Illinois at Chicago, which is now using Liqid solutions to manage global research for visually intensive computing, including AI deployments for scientific research.

    Join Us! One lucky attendee will receive a $100 gift card to the grocery delivery or food delivery service of their choice.
  • Composable Infrastructure: 101 Recorded: Apr 30 2020 39 mins
    Sumit Puri, CEO of Liqid, Inc.
    Join Liqid CEO and Co-founder Sumit Puri for an introduction to all things composable infrastructure. Composable infrastructure saves money, improves data center resource utilization, and offers faster hardware deployment while easily scaling to meet future business needs. Sumit will discuss and demonstrate how Liqid composable infrastructure solutions enable IT users to pool and deploy previously static hardware. Disaggregated GPU, NVMe, FPGA, Intel® Optane™ memory technology, networking, and CPU are managed through software, across multiple fibers, including PCIe, Ethernet, and Infiniband. Once a compute task has been completed, resources are released for use by other applications. Learn the benefits of composable infrastructure for virtualization and VDI, hyperconverged data centers, GPU supercomputing, artificial intelligence, dynamic cloud, and media & entertainment.
  • Make your Hardware Smarter with Dynamic Composable Infrastructure Recorded: Apr 14 2020 49 mins
    Hosted by: Bryan Courtright, Dir. Solution Architecture Group, ID Technologies. Matt Demas, CTO, Public Sector, Liqid, Inc.
    Learn how to make hardware smarter, more flexible & easier to manage with dynamic composable infrastructure.

    Static hardware stacks are traditionally shipped with resources fixed at the point of purchase, making it difficult to scale to meet surges in data demand. This leads to excessive overprovisioning requirements for meeting peak demand, and valuable equipment sitting idle during non-peak hours, imprisoned in a box and unable to be shared for use by other applications.

    IT users manage and automate via a simple pane-of-glass GUI, API, or command line, and can add resources in the required amount, when necessary. Intuitive composable infrastructure software gives IT users to have the flexibility of a government cloud deployment to on-prem environments without additional costs or fees. Performance for HPC, virtualization, and VDI, AI and machine learning, 5G/Edge deployments, dynamic cloud, and more are all greatly simplified and improved.

    Join Matt Demas, Public Sector CTO for composable infrastructure provider Liqid, for this webinar to learn how Liqid’s approach to composable infrastructure vastly improves hardware utilization to drive innovation in government computing. Bryan Courtright, Director, Solutions Architecture Group for ID Technologies, a managed services provider for government and enterprise IT, who will discuss how composable solutions can be architected for deployment in a service model, on-premises, and in co-locations to meet the compute requirements of individual organizations.

    Join Us! One lucky attendee will receive a $100 gift card to the grocery delivery or food delivery service of their choice.
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