Adding IT efficiencies with hyperconverged infrastructure

Watch recording from 2018년 12월 11일

Organizations with distributed operations, such as those in the public sector, energy, or retail industries, need to be able to rely on business-critical applications that are deployed with limited space, budgetary constraints, and growing scarcity of skilled IT staff.  They must be able to extend the reach of these applications from data center core to edge of the network with reduced complexity on the infrastructure that best meets their I.T. requirements. An open, cost-saving platform with modern storage and virtualization software is a way to address this challenge.

Join this webinar to hear about what’s new in Red Hat®Hyperconverged Infrastructure for Virtualization, Red Hat’s modern storage and virtualization solution, to help you gain the  efficiencies you need to remain competitive. We’ll cover: 

  • Leveraging a clustered pool of integrated compute-plus-storage resources

  • How streamlined procurement, deployment, and management can benefit you

  • Tailored performance and QE testing and the options now available

Daniel Gilfix

Daniel Gilfix

Red Hat

Daniel Gilfix is a Red Hat marketing manager for Red Hat® Ceph® Storage and Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure. His career has spanned over two decades, heavily focused on leading-edge technologies and integrated software solutions aimed at the enterprise. Prior to Red Hat, Daniel was worked at HPE, where he managed cloud and converged infrastructure solutions, strategic alliances with SAP, Microsoft, open source partners, and the sales enablement needs of direct sellers and the channel.

Garrett Clark

Red Hat

Garrett Clark is a principal specialist in Storage and Hyperconverged Infrastructure for Red Hat’s U.S. public sector team. Garrett’s roots are in applied mathematics, economics, mechanical engineering and entrepreneurship. He has extensive background in storage, with roles ranging from engineering, to technical marketing, to support for emerging storage companies.