Storage Decisions 2016 on November 15-16
FREMONT, CA: Storage Decisions is back in Chicago after a four-year hiatus. Storage Decisions is completely devoid of any marketing hype and is focused on providing advice on how to evaluate, implement, and manage solutions within your unique storage environment. The event will be held in Chicago during November 15th and 16th at The Hyatt Regency McCormick Place. (You can reserve your complimentary 2-day pass here!)
A lot has changed in the storage world in the last two years – containers are threating to make VMs outdated, Dell bought EMC, data storage solutions are becoming increasingly “flashy,” and through it all tape is still a reliable and cheap offline medium for cold archive. The program will cover it all! The event will host the best independent experts in the storage space to provide behind the scenes vendor neutral advice to help you:
• Understand the differences between cloud disaster recovery services
• Realize how virtualization has changed traditional IT roles/responsibilities
• Understand the pros and cons of a hyper-converged infrastructure versus a converged infrastructure versus a traditional storage architecture
• Get a handle on the state of backup in 2016
• And much more
Take a look at the agenda to see how the conference is shaping up here. Storage Decisions looks forward to hosting an another exciting and informative event on the current state of storage. Be sure to check back for updates.
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