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Today’s IT professionals have become increasingly challenged by the need to reliably and securely support today’s rapidly changing and growing requirements. IT pros face increasing complexity, astronomical data growth and more rigorous security requirements. New technologies like hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) are providing innovative solutions to address the problems faced by today’s IT pros.
Join this webinar with IT Pro Today senior contributor Michael Otey and Kyle Green of VMware to learn how HCI can modernize and simplify your IT infrastructure.
More specifically, you’ll learn:
- The basics of HCI and how it compares to traditional siloed IT infrastructure
- How HCI can address some of today’s most difficult IT challenges
- Three basic approached to building your IT infrastructure
- HCI options with a focus on VMware’s offerings that span the three critical pillars of compute, storage, and networking needs, with solutions including vSphere 6.7, vSAN, and vCenter as well as the various HCI consumption models available
A trusted partner for implementing VMware technologies, Insight delivers these hyperconverged solutions that comprise the software-defined data center and empower IT to prepare for digital transformation and the technologies of tomorrow.
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Kyle Green, Director, Americas Channel Sales - Software Defined Storage and HCI, VMware
Leading the way to assist partners in modernizing data centers, so that our shared clients can realize the flexibility, speed and agility needed to transform themselves in today's hybrid IT environment.
Mike Otey, Senior Contributing Editor, IT Pro Today
Michael Otey is a senior contributing editor for IT Pro and SQL Server Pro and is president of TECA Inc. a technical writing, content creation, software-development and consulting company in Portland, Oregon. Michael is a former SQL Server Microsoft MVP. He was also Senior Technical Director and lab manager for Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Pro where he performed numerous hardware and software product reviews. He covers the topics of data center, SQL Server, Windows Server, virtualization, hardware, storage, Azure, the hybrid cloud, systems management, VMware vSphere, containers, and PowerShell. Michael has written hundreds of technical articles and dozens of technical books. He does frequent webcasts and is a regular presenter at IT/Dev Connections and other technical conferences.