The Business Case for Hyperconverged VDI webinar
When

January 28, 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm America/New_York
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Organizer

Pivot3 - Stacey Bucklin - Twitter

Host

Wikibon - David Floyer

Attendance Fee
Free

Wikibon research has shown that hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) can significantly reduce cost of deployment, operations and management, particularly in the areas of virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and edge computing for the Internet of Things. HCI platforms, characterized by high storage efficiency and I/O-intensive workloads, deliver higher performance, lower cost and higher availability than traditional or cloud alternatives.

Join Wikibon Co-Founder and CTO David Floyer on January 28 for a quantitative look at the business value hyper-converged infrastructure brings to some of today’s hottest technologies and trends.

Why attend this webinar:

1. Evaluate time to value for hyper-converged infrastructure vs. traditional alternatives.

2. Compare the costs of hyper-converged infrastructure to the Cloud.

3. Learn how to best position edge devices for the IoT.

More information about the speakers:

Wikibon - David Floyer - Co-Founder and CTO - Twitter

David Floyer spent more than twenty years at IBM holding positions in research, sales, marketing, systems analysis and running IT operations for IBM France. He was a Research Vice President at International Data Corporation (IDC) and is a recognized expert in IT strategy, economic value justification, systems architecture, performance, clustering, and systems software.

Information about the Organizer:

Pivot3, the inventors of software-defined storage and pioneers in hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI), offers a range of Enterprise HCI solutions for high performance workloads in data intensive environments. Our patented technology is the result of over a decade of research and development and is the ideal compute platform for virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), surveillance, disaster recovery, server virtualization, and more.

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