Delivering an infrastructure fit for the future
Performance and scale across network, storage and processing
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Enterprises of all sizes have unprecedented opportunities to drive value from data, delivering better customer experiences and increasing business value, both in terms of service delivery and embracing technology trends such as machine learning and AI. That’s the top line: in practical terms this means knowing how to architect technology infrastructure - network, storage and processing — to deliver performance and scale.
From a storage perspective, the option of going all-flash is now familiar; meanwhile, new connectivity mechanisms such as NVMeoF™ are looking to change the game once again. Evolving storage architectures are driving a move away from monolithic infrastructure and towards a composable, open architecture model. The benefits are profound, in terms of delivering a dynamic response to the needs of changing workloads, and hitting the target in terms of massively scalable service delivery.
So, how can organisations prepare? In this webinar, with Phil Bullinger, Western Digital’s Senior Vice President and General Manager for Data Center Systems and Freeform Dynamics’ Tony Lock, we look at:
- The current state of play - the growing need for performance, both in terms of data management and service delivery
- The technology opportunity - how all-flash and NVMeoF™ are changing how we think about data infrastructure
- Open, composable infrastructure - what this means, benefits and scenarios that will be impacted
- Starting the journey - how to move from current, monolithic models and towards dynamic architectures
If you’re an architect looking to design performance around machine learning and AI, or are looking for a more general view on how you can build an infrastructure fit for the future, tune in.
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