How local object-store can help you achieve cloud freedom while avoiding lock-in

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Steve Sarsfield, Sr. Product Marketing Manager – Partner Ecosystem, Vertica, and Mike Leone, Senior Analyst, ESG Global

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In this webinar with Mike Leone, Senior Analyst from ESG Global, you’ll learn how customers are increasingly turning to solutions that use object storage as a centralized data repository. Object storage can enable organizations to separate compute and storage and deliver desired levels of elasticity to ensure cost-effective support of all data-centric workloads. And most importantly, object storage can easily be deployed and leveraged, both on-premises and in the cloud, to support an organization’s desire to stay flexible, agile, and hybrid. Whether the requirements call for an ACID-compliant data warehouse or a cost-effective data lake, object store has a place in modern IT infrastructure.

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