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Tackling the Storage Challenges of Rapid Data Growth

Moderator: Ben Woo, Neuralytix, Inc; Brendan Collins, HGST; Andrew Renz, Code42
As data continues to grow at an alarming rate, IT will need to be smarter on how they store their data as much as how much storage they purchase. In this panel, experts from HGST and Code42 will discuss how data growth is affecting the storage industry in regards to cold storage, HDDs, back up and archiving and best practices to developing a comprehensive storage strategy.
May 16 2013
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Tackling the Storage Challenges of Rapid Data Growth
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    Join this Webcast to hear Chris DePuy, Vice President of Dell’Oro Group, share findings from interviews with storage-related companies, including those selling hard drives, semiconductors, peripherals and systems. Chris will present some common themes uncovered, including:
    •What system-level architectural changes may be needed to support Ethernet connected drives
    •What capabilities may emerge as a result of the availability of these new drives
    •What part of the value chain spends the time and money to package working solutions
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  • The arrival of mass-storage services, the emergence of analytics applications and the adoption of Object Storage by the cloud-services industry have provided an impetus for new storage hardware architectures. One such underlying hardware technology is the Ethernet connected hard drive, which is in early stages of availability.

    Join this Webcast to hear Chris DePuy, Vice President of Dell’Oro Group, share findings from interviews with storage-related companies, including those selling hard drives, semiconductors, peripherals and systems. Chris will present some common themes uncovered, including:
    •What system-level architectural changes may be needed to support Ethernet connected drives
    •What capabilities may emerge as a result of the availability of these new drives
    •What part of the value chain spends the time and money to package working solutions
    This Webcast will also present some revenue and unit statistics about the storage systems and hard drive markets and will discuss potential market scenarios that may unfold as a result of the Object storage and Ethernet connected drive trends.
  • The connected device has made our lives more mobile, efficient, flexible and easier to manage. Connected devices and apps help us with everything from fitness to managing our schedules and make music tailored to our current whim accessible and easy to play anywhere. Connected devices for our home such as thermostats, alarms and home automation, make managing our energy use simple and allow us to manage appliances and doors remotely. In the event of a problem they alert us so we can act wherever we are. Finally, the advantages of the connected device are making their way into our IT world.

    The limitations, complexity and fragility of traditional storage are now being supplanted by cloud connected storage. This new model for file (unstructured data) storage combines the scalability, durability, flexibility and mobility of a cloud service with performance and security of a local NAS system. Join us to learn how this new model can empower collaboration across distant locations while making IT's life easier by eliminating costly problems such as backup, DR, distribution and replication associated with the typical storage stack.
  • The connected device has made our lives more mobile, efficient, flexible and easier to manage. Connected devices and apps help us with everything from fitness to managing our schedules and make music tailored to our current whim accessible and easy to play anywhere. Connected devices for our home such as thermostats, alarms and home automation, make managing our energy use simple and allow us to manage appliances and doors remotely. In the event of a problem they alert us so we can act wherever we are. Finally, the advantages of the connected device are making their way into our IT world.

    The limitations, complexity and fragility of traditional storage are now being supplanted by cloud connected storage. This new model for file (unstructured data) storage combines the scalability, durability, flexibility and mobility of a cloud service with performance and security of a local NAS system. Join us to learn how this new model can empower collaboration across distant locations while making IT's life easier by eliminating costly problems such as backup, DR, distribution and replication associated with the typical storage stack.
  • Join us for this informative 60 minute roundtable as we discuss how private and hybrid clouds fit into the modern datacenter. This panel includes top luminaries from major private and hybrid cloud providers. Some of the questions we will be asking include: Why use private and hybrid clouds instead of public clouds? Are all workloads suitable for these types of clouds? What are the economic factors that play into these types of clouds? Are they a transitional technology or the new normal?

    Panelists:
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    Burzin Patel, Director of Product Marketing, Microsoft
    Bryan Che, General Manager, Cloud Product Strategy, Red Hat
    Mathew Lodge, VP Product Marketing and Management, Cloud Services, VMware
  • The “consumerization of IT” is largely represented by public cloud services. But when it comes to cloud file sync – a technology that is centered on storing, accessing, and sharing data – many businesses are taking pause at public hosting. In this BrightTALK exclusive webinar, learn why deploying cloud file sync in a private environment may be worth considering.
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  • Leveraging the Hybrid Cloud for Complete Data Protection Apr 21 2015 5:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Jayme Williams, Senior Systems Engineer, TenCate
    Jayme Williams, Senior Systems Engineer at TenCate is protecting eight environments across the US and Canada – and each site has different storage. All sites require disaster recovery and backup across the application set. Having one solution would be ideal, but not possible – until they came across Zerto.
    Zerto Virtual Replication is storage agnostic and made it easy to integrate a new site into their disaster recovery plan. Their original business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) plan, affectionately named the “Hit by the bus” book due to its volume, has been greatly simplified and the service levels they are seeing are outstanding – single digit seconds for their recovery point objectives (RPO).

    Finally, they are incorporating public cloud into their IT plans by backing up their applications from their DR site to AWS. With one solution, they can achieve their BC/DR and backup SLA, while reducing costs and introducing public cloud into their IT strategy at a pace that supports changing business requirements.

    With Zerto Virtual Replication:
    •Manage all sites in one pane of glass with one tool for replication and automation of failover, failback and testing processes as well as backup
    •Increase efficiencies with the ability to track and manage consumption across the hybrid cloud
    •Hardware agnostic solution does not require a change in the infrastructure reducing costs
    •Consistency in the BC/DR solution dramatically reduces operational costs
    •Replicates between different types of storage and versions of VMware vSphere making it easy to add new sites to the process
    •Point-in-time recovery enables failover to a previous point to recover from any issue – logical corruption, datacenter outage, etc.
    •Leveraging a public cloud strategy with backups stored in Amazon
  • Differences and Considerations of Solid State System – IT Perspective Apr 21 2015 4:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Randy Kerns, Sr. Strategist & Analyst at Evaluator Group
    There is a great deal of information available about solid state storage but what is important for IT professionals to know when making decisions?
    In this presentation, we will explain:
    •What is important for IT with solid state storage
    •Where has solid state been exploited most effectively so far
    •Likely deployment options for IT
    •Future developments for IT usage
    •Economic justifications for solid state in IT
  • Considerations for Accurately Measuring Solid State Systems Apr 21 2015 3:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Leah Schoeb, Sr. Partner & Analyst, Evaluator Group; Peter Murray, Technical Evangelist, Load DynamiX
    Measuring performance of Solid State requires different approaches, tools and methodologies to accurately model characteristics of the data sets, access patterns, and data streams. The SNIA Solid State Storage System (S4) TWG was created for the purpose of addressing the unique performance behavior of solid state storage systems. Join Leah and Peter as they provide the guidelines that are vendor agnostic and will support all major solid state storage system technologies.
  • Backup Target Appliances: Ready. Aim. Point. Apr 16 2015 5:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Samuel Nagalingam, Sr. Product Manager, Seagate Technology; Anne Haggar, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Seagate Technology
    The Fastest, Easiest Way to Backup and Store Data—so You Can Do More Important Things

    Are you still spending too much time backing up and storing data rather than using that information to drive business innovation? If so, it just might be time to consider an all-in-one backup target appliance (BTA).

    Join us as Seagate appliance experts Anne Haggar and Samuel Nagalingam will help you answer these important questions:

    1. Why are backup target appliances gaining steam in the market?
    2. How do you know if a BTA is right for you?
    3. How can Seagate’s BTA solve the problems you have managing your information and backing up enterprise applications?

    After taking a high-level look at the latest trends in BTA technology, Anne and Samuel will introduce you to the powerful, all-new Seagate Backup Target Appliance—an all-in-one solution that provides an onsite backup point for your most important information, let’s you optionally run the EVault Director Backup and Recovery Software, and allows you to replicate to another BTA or to the cloud.

    Find out how you can protect the information that matters most—wherever it resides—freeing you to use the information to drive innovation.
  • VMware Virtual Volumes – What impact will they have on the datacenter? Apr 2 2015 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Tom Fenton, Taneja Group; David Glynn, Dell; Eric Siebert, HP; Joel Kaufman, NetApp; Ben Bolles, NexGen
    Join us for a fast-paced and informative 60-minute roundtable as we discuss one of the hottest topics in the datacenter: VMware vSphere Virtual Volumes (VVOLs). VVOLs is the industry's first solution to enable native virtual machine-awareness across a broad range of SAN/NAS arrays. VVOLs will be packaged as a feature in VMware vSphere Standard Edition and above as well as in VMware vSphere ROBO editions, and is seeing a groundswell of interest from IT professionals, especially those involved in datacenter operations. The panel includes VVOL experts from four major vendors that have announced they will be implementing VVOLs into their storage. Some of the questions we will be asking them include: What immediate impact will VVOLs have on the datacenter? What should the early adopters look for in a VVOL-based storage solution? Should datacenters start to implement VVOLs right away or wait for VVOL.next?

    Panelists:
    David Glynn, Technical Solutions Engineer, Dell
    Eric Siebert, Worldwide Solutions Marketing Manager; HP
    Joel Kaufman, VMware Technical Director; NetApp
    Ben Bolles, VP Products; NexGen Storage
  • Hyper-converged Infrastructure: A Hype-Free Buyer’s Guide Mar 31 2015 6:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Jon Toigo, Chairman, Data Management Institute; Sushant Rao, Sr. Director of Product Marketing, DataCore Software
    Hyper-converged storage is turning out to be the buzz phrase of the storage industry in 2015, one with as many confusing and contradictory definitions as there are vendors. In theory, the combining of server and storage tiers into a single entity should deliver better application performance and lower infrastructure costs. In practice, your mileage will vary.

    Join us for this webinar where industry expert Jon Toigo – chairman and co-founder of the Data Management Institute – will help to identify key criteria for making the right infrastructure decision for your business. Mr. Toigo will offer his key criteria in selecting a hyper-converged infrastructure model and he will survey the offerings of leading vendors to identify the “gotchas,” trade-offs and lock-ins of each option so you find the best fit for your company.
  • Visions For Ethernet Connected Drives Recorded: Mar 25 2015 61 mins
    Chris DePuy, Vice President, Dell’Oro Group; David Fair, SNIA-ESF Chair
    The arrival of mass-storage services, the emergence of analytics applications and the adoption of Object Storage by the cloud-services industry have provided an impetus for new storage hardware architectures. One such underlying hardware technology is the Ethernet connected hard drive, which is in early stages of availability.

    Join this Webcast to hear Chris DePuy, Vice President of Dell’Oro Group, share findings from interviews with storage-related companies, including those selling hard drives, semiconductors, peripherals and systems. Chris will present some common themes uncovered, including:
    •What system-level architectural changes may be needed to support Ethernet connected drives
    •What capabilities may emerge as a result of the availability of these new drives
    •What part of the value chain spends the time and money to package working solutions
    This Webcast will also present some revenue and unit statistics about the storage systems and hard drive markets and will discuss potential market scenarios that may unfold as a result of the Object storage and Ethernet connected drive trends.
  • Leveraging Cloud Connected Storage for Limitless and Backup-less NAS Recorded: Mar 25 2015 39 mins
    Fred Pinkett, Senior Director of Product Marketing
    The connected device has made our lives more mobile, efficient, flexible and easier to manage. Connected devices and apps help us with everything from fitness to managing our schedules and make music tailored to our current whim accessible and easy to play anywhere. Connected devices for our home such as thermostats, alarms and home automation, make managing our energy use simple and allow us to manage appliances and doors remotely. In the event of a problem they alert us so we can act wherever we are. Finally, the advantages of the connected device are making their way into our IT world.

    The limitations, complexity and fragility of traditional storage are now being supplanted by cloud connected storage. This new model for file (unstructured data) storage combines the scalability, durability, flexibility and mobility of a cloud service with performance and security of a local NAS system. Join us to learn how this new model can empower collaboration across distant locations while making IT's life easier by eliminating costly problems such as backup, DR, distribution and replication associated with the typical storage stack.
  • The State of the Internet of Things: Opportunities and Roadblocks - Expert Panel Recorded: Mar 19 2015 64 mins
    James Hogan, Vista Ventures; Mac Devine, IBM; Stephen Mellor, IIC; Jeff Smith, Numerex; Darin Andersen, CyberUnited
    The Internet of Things (IoT) has now become a mainstream term but much of the attention is focused on the latest gadgets rather than its potential in super-charging efficiencies of every industry sector. Whether it's using connected devices to monitor the health of a patient or an elderly relative in their homes, GE"s smart jet engines that transmit terabytes of data on its condition in-flight or ensuring miners' safety and productivity with integrated communications, tracking and real-time analytics; Internet of Things can have a monumental impact on global economy, with the forecast of over $14 trillion in the next two decades, according to latest research by Accenture.

    But what does this all mean for IT professionals? Beyond the trade show gadgets, IoT initiatives require immense support from all IT functions. Collecting, storing and alayzing immense amounts of data, which can be easily accessed in the cloud at any time and securely shared across connected devices is no easy feat. Moreso, a standardized set of guiding principles is essential for governance and proper implementation of every supported initiative.

    Join this expert panel session, featuring some of the leading industry minds, as they share unique perspectives and vision into into the future of IoT and join the conversation in an interactive Q&A session at the end of the presentation.

    Panelists include:
    - James Hogan, Managing Partner, Vista Ventures
    - Mac Devine, Vice President SDN Cloud Services and CTO, IBM Cloud Services Division
    - Stephen Mellor, CTO, Industrial Internet Consortium
    - Jeff Smith, CTO & EVP, Numerex
    - Darin Andersen, CEO, CyberUnited
  • Driving Value with Solutions from IBM Storage for Hybrid Cloud Recorded: Mar 19 2015 35 mins
    Elan Freedberg, Market Engagement Team, IBM Systems
    Cloud is changing the IT landscape in a fundamental way. It is transforming the way companies think about and deploy IT which, of course, includes storage.

    Join this session where Elan Freedberg will offer tips and suggestions for companies facing the challenges associated with cloud adoption and migration. Specifically, for IT and storage practitioners he will provide:

    - Practical advice for embarking on the “cloud journey”
    - A framework for thinking about workloads in the cloud
    - Suggested storage solutions to onboard to cloud effectively and efficiently
    - Examples of customers using IBM storage solutions for their cloud
  • Control Big Data Storage Costs with Cloud-Scale Economics Recorded: Mar 19 2015 48 mins
    Benjamin S. Woo, Neuralytix, Inc.; Jeff Tabor, Avere; Bill Schreckenstein, Amplidata
    Big data industries rely on managing large quantities of data to compete and are actively formulating strategies to more efficiently store that data. For most enterprises, the solution includes both public and private cloud for security and continuity reasons, but this introduces a level of unfamiliar complexity. Utilizing next generation NAS technology can provide enterprises with a highly cost efficient way to bridge the gap between legacy and cloud storage options. In this session, a panel of experts will discuss top questions about the planning, implementation, and management of adopting a hybrid cloud for “big data” use cases.
  • Automating Services in a Hybrid World Recorded: Mar 19 2015 38 mins
    Ian Wales and Jeremy Brown
    Cloud computing is all about improving agility and efficiency for organisations but the focus is often on the speed to provision infrastructure and services. But what about all the ongoing management and maintenance processes that go with it? If you are going to improve the deployment of services using public or private cloud it is important to look at how you improve the efficiency of the processes around it.

    Learn how process automation technology can help you automate common tasks and processes to improve the speed of delivery, improve the quality of services and take out cost.
  • 50 Shades of Cloud Recorded: Mar 19 2015 42 mins
    Ronen Shpirer, Security Solutions Architect, Fortinet
    The rapid virtualization of the enterprise’s data center and the growing acceptance and consumption of cloud-based services are changing the way enterprises do IT.

    While this “cloud revolution” provides clear and substantial business and operational benefits, it brings a fundamental change to compute and storage deployment and use, data flows, network architecture and security.

    This webinar will provide a glimpse into the private and hybrid cloud impact on security in terms of requirements, architecture and the solutions available.
  • Making Space for Innovation with a Hybrid Cloud Recorded: Mar 19 2015 39 mins
    Nigel Tozer, Director, Commvault
    As more organisations shift operational costs to focus on innovation, traditional day-to-day IT running expenses are becoming squeezed. This presentation looks at how you can reduce your hybrid cloud running costs while at the same time improve the interaction between your production and development teams even if they reside in different clouds.

    This session will show you how to:
    · Provision hybrid cloud resources to control costs

    · Simplify data transfer between dev & production

    · Leverage Public cloud for Disaster Recovery

    · Unshackle yourself from hardware or hypervisor lock-in
  • Going Hybrid: The First Step to Your Enterprise Cloud Journey. Recorded: Mar 19 2015 45 mins
    Eric Sansonny – General Manager
    The Public Cloud is very useful when high flexibility is needed in terms of allocation and de-allocation of resources, it allows an easily and fast scalability of horizontal architectures while it could be limited when there is the necessity of complex multi-level architectures.

    The Private Cloud is more enterprise oriented; as it allows the creation of complex architectures, providing tools in order to easy manage the network, the storage and specific VM configurations at hardware level. The user will have a Virtual Data Center that implements all the abstractions designed to simulate the behavior of a physical environment.

    It is also possible to configure network architectures involving multi-level services firewalling , load balancing , routed or isolated network, VPN profiles and to have different storage in terms of performance based on specific needs (for example, it will be possible have a database on pure SSD space, or long term archive space based on SATA disks).

    Join this presentation as Eric Sansonny will explain all of the above, and how to use a VPN IPSec to create a hybrid environment.
  • Hybrid Clouds: Bridging Private & Public Cloud Infrastructures Recorded: Mar 18 2015 62 mins
    Alex McDonald, Chair, SNIA Cloud Storage Initiative; Glyn Bowden, Board Member, SNIA Cloud Storage Initiative
    Every IT consumer is using cloud in one form or another, and just as storage buyers are reluctant to select single vendor for their on-premises IT, they will choose to work with multiple public cloud providers. But this desirable "many vendor" cloud strategy introduces new problems of compatibility and integration. To provide a seamless view of these discrete storage clouds, Software Defined Storage (SDS) can be used to build a bridge between them. This presentation explores how SDS, with its ability to deploy on different hardware and supporting rich automation capabilities, can extend its reach into cloud deployments to support a hybrid data fabric that spans on-premises and public clouds.
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  • Optimize Your Data’s Footprint, Security & Protection in Virtual Environments Recorded: Mar 18 2015 45 mins
    Tim Sherbak, Director of Product Marketing; Gabriel Maentz, Solutions Architect & vExpert
    Do you know what’s in your virtual attic? As organizations have virtualized their data center, the virtual infrastructure is increasingly business-critical, with greater risks to availability, security and protection. And with corporate data distributed across hundreds of virtual machines (VM), every VM is a data black box, subject to unbridled growth, management neglect, as well as security and compliance issues.

    Join DataGravity Director of Product Marketing, Tim Sherbak, and Solutions Architect and renowned vExpert, Gabriel Maentz, as they discuss ways to address your growing data bloat, resolve hidden liabilities and extract greater value from your data. During this webinar, you’ll learn holistic strategies to:

    •Increase your visibility and understanding of your data sets
    •Rein in data growth and storage utilization
    •Enhance data compliance and security
    •Simplify protection and recovery
  • Hybrid Cloud: IT moving at the speed of business Recorded: Mar 18 2015 37 mins
    Steven Goddard, Senior Manager, EMC Global Services
    IT is being pushed to move with greater speed and agility than ever before. It’s clear that traditional IT models can’t keep pace with a modern competitive business.

    Join this session with Steven Goddard to learn how you can harness hybrid cloud to put IT at the heart of innovation and:
    · Give users instant access to a variety of resources

    · Simplify IT Management

    · Run enterprise and next-gen apps

    · Embrace a new role as a broker of cloud services
  • Reaching for the Cloud – getting the best of both words Recorded: Mar 18 2015 31 mins
    Markus Zappolino, SNIA
    To do more with less in today’s increasingly demanding IT environment, administrators need to reach higher rather than broader. It’s time to reach to the cloud. A growing cloud infrastructure now gives organizations the power to back up, store and secure an ever-expanding volume of data and applications within tightly-constrained IT resources and budgets.

    In this session, we will discuss why a hybrid cloud model is the best option for organizations working with a cloud-based environment. Using the hybrid cloud approach, IT administrators get the best of both worlds – the speed, reliability and security of onsite backup and the intelligent replication capabilities of the cloud – ensuring their ability to consistently meet even the most rigorous SLAs, RPOs and RTOs.
  • How to avoid Cloud Botch Recorded: Mar 18 2015 46 mins
    Frank Bennett, Author and Consultant, Board member at EuroCloud UK; Ray Bricknell, Managing Director Behind Every Cloud
    The IT business team are only too well aware of shadow IT and pandora’s box of associated risks. Well meaning LOB executives look to the cloud for innovation, the costs are affordable but they are not experienced in conducting due diligence on cloud service providers. Frank and Ray will explore how you proceed with cloud while not stifling innovation and harmony yet shield the business from the unintended consequences of poorly informed decisions.
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