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IT infrastructure convergence: The market, the landscape and requirements for success
Listen to this podcast featuring both John Abbott and Simon Robinson of the 451 Group to gain new insights into the emerging converged Infrastructure market. You’ll not only achieve clarity on this still-developing strategy, but will walk away with practical tips and best practices for assessing your environment to understand the significant impact that this unified approach to data center design can have.
Listeners of this podcast will:
- Gain cutting edge insights on the evolving market landscape, and learn why the interest in converged offerings is growing rapidly
- Learn simple, practical tips for selecting the infrastructure solution to best meet the needs of their unique environment
- Learn how to radically simplify their IT environment with SimpliVity’s OmniCube
- Understand how SimpliVity’s OmniCube is helping customers optimize their virtualized environment
SpeakersJohn Abbott Founder and Chief Analyst, 451 Group
John covers systems, storage and software infrastructure topics for 451 Research, and over a 25+-year career has pioneered specialist technology coverage in such areas as Unix, supercomputing, system architecture, software development and storage.Simon Robinson Research Vice President, 451 Group
Simon runs the Storage and Information Management practice at 451 Research. He manages a team of analysts that help 451 clients understand the impact of information growth and management on organizations, and identify the emerging trends and technologies that are helping organizations optimize and take advantage of their data and information, as well as meet ever-evolving governance requirements.Jesse St. Laurent Director of Technology & Product Strategy, SimpliVity
Jesse brings over 15 years of IT infrastructure experience to the Simplivity team. As the Director of Technology and Product Strategy, he is intimately engaged with customers, channel partners and SimpliVity’s Engineering organization, and helps shape the product direction and strategy.