EcoCast Presented by ActualTech Media
Enterprise Storage Ecocast
What You Need to Know
Host Scott D. Lowe
If you thought the storage market of the past few years was a wild ride, you might want to buckle up! Today's IT pros are poised to see revolutions in storage that will make the last few years look like we were standing still!
Even though today's storage market offers solutions that have largely solved even the most stubborn performance problems, companies still want more. These wants aren't unreasonable. Bigger data sets, tighter budgets, and new business needs are continuing to drive organizations to rethink how they handle storage, whether that's on-premises or in the cloud.
Fortunately, innovation in the storage market continues in high gear, with a variety of solutions from which to choose. Do you need "cheap and deep" for archival purposes? Check. Do you need a solution that provides buckets of IOPS and blazing throughput? Check. Do you need a solution that gives you an object store that can scale to practically unlimited levels? Check. Do you need a software-only solution? Do you need a hardware appliance? Do you need cloud storage? Check, check, and check.
But, how do you evaluate all of these options? This Enterprise Storage EcoCast is your opportunity to consider solutions from multiple storage innovators, each with a unique story to tell. This event is your opportunity to gain deep insight into the modern storage market all in a single afternoon.
On This EcoCast Event You’ll Discover
- Discover today's new leaders and innovators in the blazing hot storage market
- 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!
VP of Product Marketing, Tegile
Product Manager, Tintri
Product Manager, Starwind
Sales Engineer, Unitrends
Global Solutions Architect, Veeam + IBM