Software Defined Storage : You know, storing all your rapidly growing stuff

Craig Gardner (14.Jul.2017 at 10:30, 50 min)
Talk at OpenWest Conference 2017 (English - US)

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Most people horde stuff. Lots of it. Think of your school papers, your music, your journals, your health care records, your taxes, your 'to-do' lists, etc, etc, etc....... Now amplify that thought by thinking of all the data that all companies, all governments, all service provides store. Not just today's companies, but yesterday's, and tomorrow's. What about the data that's generated about all of the data? How does all of this stuff get stored? How does it not get lost? How do we make recall and restore that data? How does storage capacity grow at the same rate of the growth of the data?

Welcome Software Defined Storage.

This presentation will describe how new storage technologies -- new approaches to storing large amounts of growing data -- is being developed and implemented to solve the STORAGE GROWTH problem. In the time that's allotted, I can't make you in expert in how it works, but I can make you aware of how the problem is being addressed, and how Software Defined Storage is the Storage Solution. [106]

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