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Webinar

Why you should consider hyperconverged infrastructure for consolidation

Watch recording from 2020年 2月 4日

A recent Vanson Bourne survey of 900 IT leaders showed that an organization's ability to invest in digital transformation is severely hindered because over 70% of their budget is spent on maintaining existing infrastructure.1 Adopting an open, hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is one approach to freeing up budget, but there are some technical challenges.

In this webinar, we’ll explore:

  • Why hyperconverged approaches should be considered for infrastructure consolidation.
  • The technical challenges of using HCI for consolidation.
  • Circumstances under which to to consider an open HCI.
  • Operations benefits of open HCI.
  • Two customer use cases using an open HCI for server consolidation.
  • Migrating virtual machines from legacy virtualization to open HCI, including a demo.

 

Live event date: Tuesday, February 4, 2020 | 11 a.m. ET

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.


Mike Flannery

Senior Storage Solutions Architect, Red Hat

Mike Flannery doesn't just architect solutions, he plays with technology for fun. Mike runs a Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure cluster in his home office as a production system for his home network, to run demos of this and other products for his customers, and to test new and creative solutions. Mike also publishes his more interesting finds at http://linux-nerd.tech.

Sean Murphy

Senior Principal Product Manager, Red Hat

Sean Murphy works on a collaborative business, product, and engineering team, and with customers and partners, to help define and deliver the right products today on a continuous innovation path for tomorrow.