Attendees will learn how to combine isolated storage systems of different makes and models into versatile data pools managed from a common set of tools. They’ll see how DataCore vFilO software automates what were once difficult and risky data migrations during capacity expansion and hardware refreshes, while eliminating planned downtime. Major operational and economic benefits of this federated, load balanced approach will be covered, along with some of the automation behind storage tiering and data placement.
We are bringing leading European IT partners, experts, and thought leaders together to explore a journey of Software-Defined Storage opportunities! Join DataCore as we open new chapters and new markets alongside our trusted partners.
Expect two full and varied days packed with technical highlights, inspiring sessions, hands-on workshops and related exhibitors in our linked expo.
It’s your chance to connect with industry peers, ecosystem partners, and DataCore employees. Take a first-hand look at DataCore development plans in sneak previews under NDAs, or go hands-on yourself in the tech lab.
To deliver a distributed file sharing environment, IT organizations often have to deploy multiple, discrete solutions. DataCore vFilO now allows IT organizations to deploy a single, scalable, hybrid file and object storage solution, with built-in data management. Learn how vFilO can enable you to consolidate your existing file storage silos into one globally managed environment, and enable complete control over whether data is on high performance, on-premises storage or archived to the public cloud.
Are you looking for a virtualized file-based SDS solution? Do you need simple and fast access to ALL unstructured data irrespective of where data is stored? DataCore Software, the Authority on Software-Defined Storage, has recently announced a major new product designed specifically for virtualizing file-based storage.
This thrilling addition to the DataCore Software-Defined storage portfolio can reduce the cost of storing data and scales to tens of petabytes.