Storage-On-Demand: Expedite Time to Market By Eliminating Forklift Upgrades

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Andrew Kenneth Boggs, Data Center Design Architect, Red River Technology LLC

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Join Data Center Design Architect Andrew Boggs to explore why Application and Service Time to Market have been exponentially slowed by infrastructure acquisition issues and vendor conflicts of interest. New vendor partners are emerging with marketing and technical strategies aligned to customer interests, which eliminate forklift upgrades and enables DevOps or CI/CD application agility. Walk through the following topics to discover which strategies are right for your business. - Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Storage as a Service (StaaS) are available for On-Premises, CoLo, and Multi-Cloud implementations. - Combining Subscriptions for durable resource capacity with On-Demand pricing for volatile capacity frees up cashflow and greatly reduces TCO. - Automation and orchestration provide self-service provisioning for virtualized workloads to a wide variety or Technology Workers, while Infrastructure as Code (IaC) provides programmatic provisioning for Container and Microservice workloads across the Multi-Cloud. - The hidden costs of Cloud Storage need to be carefully evaluated for cumulative recurring costs, ingress/egress fees, and SLA performance impact to determine the true TCO. - Storage Class Memory, NVMe Flash Media, and “Serverless” Computing will be disrupting traditional Price/Performance ratios in Storage Tiers for the next several years.
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