A modern approach to traditional network-attached storage appliances
Large enterprises have been using traditional network-attached storage (NAS) appliances since the early 1990s. Many are now considering optimizing their IT datacenters through newer technologies such as software-defined storage (SDS), which lets you build an elastic, scale-out storage infrastructure at a fraction of the cost of traditional appliances.
In this webinar, the first of a 2-part series, you’ll learn how to:
- Simplify the adoption of open SDS with Red Hat® Storage One, which combines the capabilities of Red Hat Gluster® Storage and Red Hat Ansible® Automation.
- Optimize IT infrastructure by modernizing storage.
- Reduce costs by using x86 servers in place of traditional NAS appliances.
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Will McGrath, storage partner marketing manager, Red Hat
Will McGrath, the partner marketing manager for the Red Hat Storage group, creates joint solution programs and content with business and technology partners. He has more than 30 years of experience in the IT industry. Before coming to Red Hat, Will worked for 12 years as strategic alliances manager for media and entertainment technology partners.