November 29, 2016
Webinar - Analyzing the Benefits of a HyperFlex Architecture
By Paula Bernier, Executive Editor, TMC
With the rapid pace of change when it comes to communications and networking, it may be necessary to upgrade your IT infrastructure. But figuring out just how to do that can be daunting.
After all, there are a lot of considerations—cloud, networking, security, and storage—just to name a few.
ePlus, Cisco (News - Alert), and Intel are hosting an upcoming webinar entitled, “A HyperFlex Discussion: To Unify or Separate Your IT Infrastructure?” The webinar will walk participants through these concerns as well as address some of the questions organizations should consider as they evaluate IT infrastructure upgrades, including:
- Does your strategy address both your needs today and well into the future?
- Is building a solution or buying cloud services the best approach for your business?
- Does flash storage fit into the picture?
- How do you ensure the upgrade can meet your cost, time, and quality requirements?
The webinar will be held Tuesday, December 13 at 11:00 a.m. Pacific/2:00 p.m. Eastern. It will feature Lynda Stadtmueller, vice president of cloud computing for Frost & Sullivan (News - Alert) as well as Zeki Yasar, data center practice director, and Mark Melvin, CTO of ePlus, who will also be moderating.
ePlus works with Cisco and Intel (News - Alert) to provide HyperFlex, which delivers computing, networking, and storage in one secure, scalable platform. HyperFlex systems combine software-defined networking and computing with a next-generation Cisco HZ Data Platform. It can be deployed in less than an hour. Hundreds of clones of any size can be spun up within seconds. And companies can realize an 80 percent data storage savings as a result of employing HyperFlex, for which there are more than 600 customers with thousands of nodes and many petabytes of hyperconverged storage around the world.
Learn more from ePlus and Frost & Sullivan about how you can use this solution to gain flexibility, consistency, and control across multiple environments; manage and deploy hyperconverged environments; and meet your business goals.
Edited by Alicia Young