The Future of IT Infrastructure Summit
Date: Thursday, July 23rd at 9am PDT/ 12 noon EDT
From cloud to hyperconvergence, storage to software-defined networking, this one summit will cover what you need to know NOW about the future of infrastructure heading into 2021 and beyond.
We'll start with hybrid clouds, and why it's quickly becoming the cloud architecture of choice for many enterprises. Next, learn all about the advantages that a hyperconverged infrastructure can give you in 2021 (and why they're not as complicated to execute as you might think!), and finally we'll wrap up with insight on what SDN and SD-WANs can offer your organization.
As always, our summit session content is from the editors of Redmondmag and Virtualization & Cloud Review plus independent experts who offer you real-world insight and advice you can use right away.
Join us live for all three sessions and be ready to take your IT infrastructure into 2021!
9am PDT: Hybrid Cloud Planning - Answers to the Most Important Questions
It's truly a hybrid cloud revolution — find out why more and more enterprises are choosing to mix public and private clouds (as well as public cloud vendors), and get expert tips on when to use which solutions, best practices for implementation plus "gotchas" (including cost!) you need to watch out for.
10am PDT: Hyperconvergence and Why It's Mandatory for 2021
Hyperconvergence is all about bringing everything together -- and while it may seem intimidating, once you do it you'll have your infrastructure set up for 2021 and beyond. Hear from independent experts who implement HCI on a daily basis on what the real benefits of HCI are, the limitations, plus best practices for getting started.
11am PDT: SDN & SD-WAN: Why You Don't Want To Be Left Behind
Software-defined networking and software-defined WANS are powerful stuff, but are they for you? Hear from top independent experts on the true benefits that SDN and SD-WANs bring plus their top tips and insights for organizations still determining their software-defined strategy.