Economic impact of data reduction on storage
If your organization has its own datacenter, you’ve already invested substantial resources in a storage infrastructure. Understanding the costs associated with traditional storage is important in order to help minimize those costs and maximize usage or before migrating to more modern storage technology.
In this webinar, we'll cover:
- Factors to consider in calculating the full cost of the application and compute data storage.
- How virtual data optimizer (VDO) technology can alter the economics of both traditional and software-defined storage to substantially reduce costs.
- The right questions to determine when you actually need to purchase more storage verses when you can use VDO to make better use of the storage you already have.
- How software-defined storage can be combined with data reduction to further reduce costs when it comes time to deploy new storage.
You'll leave knowing how reclaiming existing storage with VDO can help you cut costs on space, power, and cooling to free up funding for other critical projects.
Date: Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Duration: 60 minutes
Jennifer LuPiba, principal product marketing manager, Red Hat
Jennifer LuPiba, Red Hat principal product marketing manager for Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®, focusing on understanding the customer needs and the integral part the operating system plays in meeting their initiatives. Prior to flexing her muscles in product marketing, she consulted with clients to design, implement, and train their staffs to use on-premise and cloud-based communications and on relationship management solutions.
Louis Imershein, principal product manager, Red Hat
Louis Imershein, Red Hat principal product manager, focuses on enabling data reduction technologies across Red Hat’s product portfolio. Louis joined Red Hat with 11 years of product management experience in the data reduction software developed by Permabit Technology Corporation, a supplier of deduplication and compression technology to major storage manufacturers. Red Hat acquired the assets of Permabit in August of 2017.