Unified Storage for Virtual Servers: iSCSI SANs and NAS

Original Broadcast Date
Oct 07, 2009
 
Now Available
Length Approximately one hour
Speakers John McArthur, President and Co-Founder, Walden Technology Partners, Inc.
Terri McClure, Storage Analyst, ESG
Dave Simpson, Editor in Chief, InfoStor
Carryl Roy, Editor-in-Chief, Virtual Strategy Magazine

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Description

In virtual server environments, IT organizations have many different applications running on a single shared server.  Some applications may require different levels of service (e.g., RAID 10 vs. RAID 5). In addition, applications may require file-level and/or block-level services to run most efficiently. 

This Webcast will address solutions for the following storage issues faced by all virtual server managers and administrators: 

·        Storage management complexity

·        Underutilized storage

·        Data protection issues for remote offices, branch offices (ROBOs)

·        Skill sets of IT staff

·        Energy efficiency, or “green,” issues


 In particular, the Webcast will explore the benefits of using a combination of iSCSI-based IP SANs and NAS to maximize storage performance and efficiency in virtual server environments.



Speakers Title
Sponsor

John McArthur
President and Co-Founder
Walden Technology Partners, Inc.

 
 
 
Terri McClure
Storage Analyst
ESG

 
 
 
Dave Simpson
Editor in Chief
InfoStor

 
 
 
Carryl Roy
Editor-in-Chief
Virtual Strategy Magazine

 
 
 




About RELDATA :

RELDATA develops software-centric unified storage systems that greatly reduce storage management complexity and operating costs while improving data/application availability and business productivity. By consolidating SAN and NAS into a single solution, RELDATA allows organizations to see, virtualize and protect multi-vendor and multi-site storage environments.



About ESG :
Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) is a leading industry analyst firm that provides strategic guidance and unmatched service to technology vendors, IT professionals, venture capitalists, and institutional investors. The Enterprise Strategy Group evolved from the Enterprise Storage Group, and now offers products and services focused on application infrastructure and information security while it continues to set the tone for storage and information management. Enterprise Strategy Group sets itself apart from legacy analyst firms and boutiques by continuing to build its excellent reputation of assisting clients to make strategic business and IT decisions.