VDI related material
25 March, 11 am PT / 2 pm ET
Speaker: Max Kolomyeytsev, Product Manager, StarWind Software Inc.
Scale-out has come up as technology to meet the constantly increasing demands to the storage capacity. Unlike Scale-up it allows scaling horizontally. However, it also has some caveats. In most cases, you need to stick to the specific hardware with none or limited configuration options, which is cost- and efforts- consuming. You have to follow only one scenario – “compute and storage separated” or “hyper-converged” one, which essentially kills the idea of flexibility. The entry price is also an issue since most of the vendors sell minimum 3 hosts, even if you just need 2 for your environment.
Join Max Kolomyeytsev to learn to avoid these caveats and benefit from: – Scale-out and scale up with NO hardware lock-in – Scale-out with ANY hypervisor – Support “compute and storage separated” and “hyper-converged” scenarios simultaneously – Asymmetric Scale-out
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