Date: Tuesday, October 26, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour
You might not realize legacy systems are slowing you down until one day it becomes apparent that your technology is stifling innovation. While these legacy storage solutions still might technically "work," are they really bringing value to the business?
New hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) designs are shifting the focus from streamlining mundane tasks and maintenance to driving innovation for the organization. In this webinar, you'll learn how HCI is enabling new data center and cloud solutions, with faster deployments, improved scaling, and better disaster recovery capabilities.
Specifically, this webinar will cover:
- The state of IT modernization: It's chaotic
- Legacy vs. digital approaches to applications, virtualization, and cloud
- How HCI solutions are helping shape hybrid cloud design
- HCI success stories
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Bill Kleyman, Contributing Editor, ITPro Today
Bill is Executive Vice President of Digital Solutions at Switch. Using the latest innovative technology, Mr. Kleyman delivers solutions that help customers excel in competitive markets. As a technology thought leader, Bill was ranked #16 globally in an Onalytica study of the top 100 most influential people in the cloud landscape, and #4 in its study of top data security experts. Follow Bill on Twitter @QuadStack and @Switch.
Steve Carter, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Nutanix
Steve Carter has dedicated 9+ years to pioneering and advancing hyperconverged infrastructure solutions, making cloud architectures accessible to Enterprise IT organizations. Having left Salesforce in 2011 to join Nutanix, he started out in engineering, and quickly turned his attention to educating the market about HCI as a transformational model for IT. He has spent a considerable amount of time coaching customers around best practices and has lately led go-to-market efforts. Steve has a Computer Science degree from the University of California in Santa Barbara.