Join SearchStorage.com and IP storage author Gary Orenstein (IP Storage Networking: Straight to the core") for a webcast on "Building economical storage utilities with IP". This webcast will shed light on the benefits of IP storage and how you should think about deploying it in your organization.
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More about "Building economical storage utilities with IP:"
In this webcast, Gary Orenstein sets the scene as to where storage is now and makes the case for the technical and econimic benefits of IP-based storage. Gary will try to provide an understanding of basic storage services, potential areas (within the storage framework) for deployment, and best practices for optimized solutions allowing IT professionals to properly architect IP storage infrastructures. Gary also maps out his vision IP solution which is desinged to alleviate processing bottlenecks through the use of distributed enterprise storage services.
What you'll walk away with:
** Gary Orenstein's advice on where IP storage fits into your storage environment
** A look at the new IP technologies
** Why the IP storage market is gaining momentum
** The ability to ask Gary your specific IP storage questions
Please join Gary Orenstein for this webcast right now.
About Gary Orenstein :
Gary is currently Vice President of Marketing at Compellent Technologies, a rapidly emerging network storage company. Before Compellent, Gary was a founding team member at Nishan Systems, a leader in IP storage networking, and spearheaded many milestone industry events such as The Promontory Project –- the first transcontinental IP storage network, and the first wire-speed iSCSI demonstration. Prior to that, he spent several years building international distribution and joint ventures for US companies, including a distributorship for Sun Microsystems in Asia.
Gary holds a bachelors degree from Dartmouth College, and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
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