Date / Time: Thursday, October 02, 2014, 2:30 p.m. New York / 11:30 a.m. San Francisco
Among enterprise IT teams, hybrid storage is hot. The concept of keeping data in the optimum repository based on cost, efficiency, security, and access frequency considerations is just as applicable to government agencies. However, there are special considerations, including Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative (FDCCI) and Cloud First mandates.
Attend this radio show to:
- Learn more about hybrid storage in practical government case studies
- Control compliance in the face of new Cloud First mandates
- Break down silos within your organization
- Unify storage pools through tighter integration of cloud apps
Register for this radio show to learn how to leverage hybrid storage in the changing world of government regulations.
Greg Schulz is founder and a Sr. Advisory Consulting with the independent IT industry analyst firm Server and StorageIO (aka StorageIO). Greg is a noted and accomplished IT professional and data infrastructure thought-leader having real-world experience as a customer, vendor, analyst as well as consultant, not to mention being a four-time VMware vExpert. With a career spanning over 30 years in the industry ranging from operations to business systems applications development, system architecture and admin. This real-world experience from data protection (HA, BC, DR, BR, backup/archive) to performance and capacity planning across servers, storage, networking, hardware, software and services is the heart of this blog. Greg’s StorageIOblog leverages and builds off of those experiences while extending from physical to virtual and cloud, not to mention Big Data, Software Defined, DCIM, SSD, Green IT and other Buzzword Bingo topics covering trends pertaining to data infrastructure topics and themes.