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Is Hyperconvergence a Viable Alternative to the Public Cloud?

Enterprise IT leaders are right to be skeptical of such bold claims. After all, is it really possible to deliver an on-premises infrastructure that delivers the same agility, elasticity, and cost-effectiveness of public cloud providers like Amazon Web Services? To truly deliver a viable alternative to public cloud, you need to look beyond traditional IT.

Join Evaluator Group and SimpliVity to learn more about how hyperconverged infrastructure can deliver the efficiency, elasticity, and agility of public cloud
Recorded Mar 31 2016 62 mins
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Eric Slack, Analyst, Evaluator Group; Rich Kucharski, VP Solutions Architecture, SimpliVity; Stephen Worn, CTO, DCD
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  • Title: Is Hyperconvergence a Viable Alternative to the Public Cloud?
  • Live at: Mar 31 2016 3:00 pm
  • Presented by: Eric Slack, Analyst, Evaluator Group; Rich Kucharski, VP Solutions Architecture, SimpliVity; Stephen Worn, CTO, DCD
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