April 26, 2017 @ 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
This is your opportunity to consider solutions from at least six storage innovators, each with a unique story to tell. Gain deep insight into the modern storage market all in a single afternoon.
- Learn about different approaches to storage to make sure that you’re on a pathway to success
- Discover how each vendor tackles the biggest storage challenges facing organizations today: simplicity, scalability, and cost
- Get answers to your storage questions from the storage community’s top experts!
FIVE excited attendees will win prizes, which may include Sony PlayStation VR, Microsoft Surface Pro 4, and Apple Macbook Pro. ActualTech Media will also be giving away $500 Amazon Gift Cards every 30 minutes during the webinar.
There are five financial implications of solid-state storage. This webinar will explore the economic and financial ramifications of flash storage in the enterprise data center. We will look at:
- Short and longer-term TCO impact and considerations
- The cost justification of a large-scale flash storage array vs. HDD
- Shifting from CAPEX to OPEX
- Leasing options and considerations
- The pay-as-you-go model
NVMe is a new technology, capable of delivering very high performance and low latency. But most of the conversation has been around the technical innovation. There are wonderful new opportunities, business opportunities that NVMe can expose. This webinar will look at use cases for NVMe, and how its integration can enable your business to profit from the technology.
Presented by Ben Woo, Principal Analyst for Neuralytix & Rob Commins, VP Corporate Marketing for Tegile
Business demands on IT infrastructure are increasing while the pace of change accelerates. In order to support business requirements, companies must understand the value that new storage technologies may provide. Storage technologies are emerging that provide benefits beyond those already delivered by Flash and SSDs. In order to evaluate and plan for these new technologies, it is important for companies to know how to evaluate their business needs in light of these emerging technologies. This session will cover the economic and performance benefits of non-volatile, memory-based storage technologies, along with new access methods known as NVMe.
Splunk does an excellent job of managing data, moving data between tiers which it calls buckets. But assigning Splunk to data management tasks takes compute power away from the primary objective — rapid data analysis. In this live webinar Storage Switzerland and Tegile will discuss how the default Splunk architecture works today, what the challenges with that architecture are and how to design a storage architecture for Splunk that is both high performance and cost effective.
High Performance or Capacity? The flash market started out monolithically. Flash was a single media type (high performance, high endurance SLC flash). Flash systems also had a single purpose of accelerating the response time of high-end databases. But now there are several flash options. Users can choose between high performance flash or highly dense, medium performance flash systems. At the same time, high-capacity hard disk drives are making a case to be the archival storage medium of choice. Join Tegile VP Rob Commins and Storage Switzerland Lead Analyst George Crump as they discuss how IT professionals can make the best decision for their organization.
Storage Switzerland will host a live webinar featuring lead analyst George Crump and Tegile Systems’ VP of Marketing Rob Commins. They will define IOPS, bandwidth and latency, and explain how to best develop an end-to-end architecture that delivers the maximum performance possible.
Hear VMware VP of Products, Lee Caswell, and Tegile VP of Marketing, Rob Commins, discuss the latest technologies used to optimize storage, including VVols, NVMe, 3D-Crosspoint and more. Use this webinar to cut through the noise and help you develop a storage plan for your data center.
Traditionally spinning hard disk has been used for cost sensitive applications. Now with the introduction of big data and unstructured applications, such as web 2.0 and video surveillance, it’s difficult to sustain high bandwidth and performance at scale.
Roark Hilomen, Engineering Fellow, Sandisk
Rob Commins, VP of Marketing, Tegile
In this webinar, Rob Commins, Tegile VP of Corporate Marketing shares how to build an infrastructure that will last 10 years. He examines the ‘Four Pillars’ of an infrastructure that will last, including low latency and high IOPs; data analytics; no silos between systems with easy, agile infrastructure; and ensure cybersecurity and eliminate risk.
Shaliesh Manjrekar, Director of Big Data Products, Emerging Storage Solutions at SanDisk, and Chris Tsilipounidakis, Manager of Products and Technology Evangelist at Tegile, discuss the ways that customers can take advantage of new insights to transform their organizations and create new business value like never before.
There have been two very powerful, but opposing forces in the storage portion of the data center. One side is pulling mostly second tier applications into the public cloud to move CAPEX into OPEX. The other side is implementing flash to accelerate applications that sit right next to the company’s income statement. There is a better answer: build private cloud that has the performance, security and control of on-premise IT, but carries the economics that are even more attractive than public cloud providers. Principal Analyst George Crump from Storage Switzerland and Tegile CMO Narayan Venkat will discuss “Flash as a Service” and what that can mean for your business.
In today’s age of connected devices and 24-hour operations, Data Analytics is a big deal. Every business — big or small — is working on setting up the right infrastructure and software for their data so that the right insights can be gained in a timely manner. Businesses who are able to master this requirement are reaping significant advantages, including an edge over their competitors.
In this webinar, Sumeet Bansal, principal solutions architect for databases at Tegile, will sit down with the CEO of Netwoven, Niraj Tenany.
Netwoven is a Microsoft Gold partner that has been helping companies build and optimize their Data Analytics platform using software and appliances in the Microsoft ecosystem for the past 15 years. eBay, Chevron, Safeway and VMware are just some of the companies that Netwoven counts as customers. Niraj will talk about what sort of challenges his customers are facing in terms of infrastructure, performance, SLAs, and how his team is solving them. He will also share what sorts of trends he is seeing in terms of popular software and infrastructure being deployed in the field.
Then Sumeet will share how Tegile and Microsoft are helping businesses implement the right infrastructure for their Data Analytics platform.
In this webinar, Sumeet Bansal, Senior Solutions Architect of Databases at Tegile, sits down with Michael Blache, Chief Information Security Officer of TaxSlayer, to discuss how Tegile flash storage solutions helped TaxSlayer overcome their infrastructure challenges.
Join us as our government and industry panel of experts discuss and explore how multi-tiered flash is transforming government IT, how hyper-consolidation of storage eliminates legacy data silos, and ways to reduce operational and acquisition costs associated with storage.
Listen as Storage Switzerland’s Lead Analyst George Crump sits down with Fritz Gielow, Network System Analyst with the County of Nevada, to discuss how the local government agency solved their performance challenges with a hybrid array. Also on the webinar is Chris Tsilipounidakis, Manager of Product Marketing at Tegile.
Chris Tsilipounidakis discusses the ease of provisioning storage on a Tegile Array. In addition, the HA page is discussed, as well as some of the benefits of using Tegile in an Active-Active configuration.
At BYU – Hawaii, the staff were getting frustrated with sluggish systems. The University had already upgraded servers and infrastructure but did not realize any perceived increase in speed when accessing data systems. Luckily the school was coming up on its five-year storage replacement cycle. The goal was to invest in a modern storage system, utilizing newer technologies that could handle the increasing demands for performance and capacity without excessive expense. The system had to be very intuitive and VMware friendly.
Join R. Neal Moss, BYU – Hawaii’s systems and network analyst for IT infrastructure, and Henry Baltazar, senior analyst at Forrester, as they discuss how the university overcame its storage challenges and share advice on what you can do to build a sustainable storage infrastructure.
Committed to building the best products for the shooting sports, general and wildlife observation, and the military and law enforcement communities, Leopold and Stevens (L&S) has designed, machined and assembled precision optical instruments for over 100 years. As business continues to grow and virtualization in the data center becomes more aggressive, L&S found that its legacy storage infrastructure was holding back business. “We’re driven by the speed that our Oracle applications demand”. Join this webinar to hear first hand from Josh De Jong, Senior Virtualization and Storage Engineer at L&S, to learn how he and his team overcame their storage performance challenges.
Check out this webinar to learn how Mizuno USA modernized its data center with hybrid storage, significantly improving SQL database performance and streamlining the business continuance processes.
In this Q&A webinar, you can learn:
- How to gain efficiencies with virtualized data protection and primary storage
- How to maximize application performance
- How to address High Availability for the Modern Data Center in a heavily virtualized environment