Early April is approaching fast. We offer you the possibility to participate in four different sessions with Greg Schulz founder and a Sr. Advisory Consulting with the independent IT industry analyst firm Server StorageIO (aka StorageIO).
Below you can find a short overview of the upcoming seminars, for more information, abstracts/agenda, registration and the location click here. The seminars on the 3th, 5th and 6th of april are fully in the english language.
Monday 3th of April: Converged and Hyper-Converged Decision Making. This interactive seminar workshop combines overview fundamentals of CI and HCI along with who’s doing what. We will also discuss approaches for your application and environment needs. This -workshop will help you make more informed server, storage and CI as well as HCI decisions including comparing apples to apples vs. apples to pears.
Tuesday 4th of April: Software Defined and Converged Data Protection Summit. Presentations by 5 different guest speakers who will adress Software Defined and Converged Data Protection from different angles: Sponsor session with presentations by Exagrid, Nutanix, Veeam, Greg Schulz of Server StorageIO, Gert Brouwer of Brouwer Storage Consultancy and a clientcase of the sponsors through a presentation by the city of Eindhoven. Free for end users, registration required.
Wednesday 5th of April: Trends and Updates. This is a new and improved version of the popular speeds and feeds session where we look at what’s new and emerging in the industry as well as applicable to your environments. You will be updated about the latest trends and emerging technologies. The format of this seminar is a mix of presentation and engaging discussion as we look into details of popular or new technologies for both those who are old-school, new-school and current or future school.
Thursday 6th of April: Software Defined Data Infrastructure (SDDI) essentials. There are many different aspects to software-defined, data centers and data infrastructures. What they have in common is to protect, preserve, secure and serve the applications that transform data into information. Data infrastructures include servers, storage, I/O networks, software, hardware and services resources. These resources are defined using software defined by people, processes, policies and best practices to meet various organization requirements.