What Software Defined Storage Means for Storage Networking

Presented by

Ted Vojnovich, Lenovo; Fred Bower, Lenovo; Tim Lustig, Mellanox

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Software defined storage, or SDS, is growing in popularity in both cloud and enterprise accounts. But what makes it different from traditional storage arrays? Does it really save money? Is it more complicated to support? Is it more scalable or higher-performing? And does it have different networking requirements than traditional storage appliances? Watch this SNIA webcast to learn: •How software-defined storage differs from integrated storage appliances •Whether SDS supports block, file, object, or all three types of storage access •Potential issues or pitfalls with deploying SDS •How SDS affects storage networking •Scale-up vs. scale-out vs. hyperconverged vs. cloud After you watch the webcast, check out the Q&A blog http://bit.ly/SDS-Q-A

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