Webinar and Demonstration: Storage Snapshots Are Useless, Learn how to fix them

Presented by

George Crump and Scott Armbrust with StorONE

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Storage snapshots the most underutilized feature in storage. It is not your fault. They are too limited to be worthwhile. You can't execute them frequently enough or retain them long enough to any real challenges. Why? Because even the most modern storage systems see significant drops in performance when snapshot quantity and age increases. StorONE's S1 Enterprise Storage Platform turns snapshots from useless to the most valuable capability in your storage system. What if you could take a snapshot every three minutes and retain it for years? What if you could maintain this type of snapshot strategy and NOT impact performance? S1:Snap delivers these capabilities today! George Crump, StorONE's CMO and former Storage Analyst, and Scott Armbrust, StorONE's Technical Marketing Engineer, will explain why StorONE’s S1:Snap technology is superior to any other snapshot on the market. They will also discuss what is possible once you can maintain one million snapshots without impacting performance. Then see our snapshot technology in a live demonstration.

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