Storage Technologies & Practices Ripe for Refresh

Presented by

John Kim, NVIDIA; Eric Hibbard, SNIA; Alex McDonald, SNIA; Tom Friend, Illuminosi

About this talk

So much of what we discuss within SNIA is the latest emerging technologies in storage. While it’s good to know about what technology is coming, it’s also important to understand the technologies that should be sunsetted. In this webcast, you’ll learn about storage technologies and practices in your data center that are ready for refresh or possibly retirement. Find out why some long-standing technologies and practices should be re-evaluated. We’ll discuss: •Obsolete hardware, protocols, interfaces and other aspects of storage •Why certain technologies are no longer in general use •Technologies on their way out and why •Drivers for change •Justifications for obsoleting proven technologies •Trade-offs risks: new faster/better vs. proven/working tech After you watch the webcast, check out the Q&A blog at https://bit.ly/3aGyeUK

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