LIVE WEBCAST: SMB 3.0 – New Opportunities for Windows Environments
Linda Wu, Dir. of Product Mgt, NetApp, Dennis Chapman, Sr. Tech Dir., NetApp
About this talk
File-based storage has grown tremendously over the last several years. Organizations are deploying file-based protocols at an accelerating rate for both virtualized environments and databases in UNIX/Linux ecosystems. The introduction of SMB 3.0 has opened new opportunities in the same space for Windows ecosystems. SMB 3.0 can deliver near SAN-level performance and availability with integrated data protection and optimized data transfer. Join us to learn more about how SMB 3.0 can simplify the management of your environment without compromising performance and availability.
Speaker Bio: Linda Wu is the Director of Product Management for the Windows File Services solution at NetApp. She is responsible for driving the file-based storage business for file sharing, BYOD, Microsoft Hyper-V and SQL, and technical applications.
Speaker Bio: Dennis Chapman is Senior Technical Director for Microsoft Solutions at NetApp. Dennis drives the architecture of NetApp's Windows product portfolio, providing tight integration between the Windows ecosystem and Data ONTAP's strong NAS, SAN and data management capabilities.
SNIA is a non-profit organization made up of member companies spanning information technology. A globally recognized and trusted authority, SNIA’s mission is to lead the storage industry in developing and promoting vendor-neutral architectures, standards and educational services that facilitate the efficient management, movement and security of information.…