PHOENIX and FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – September 1, 2011 – DataCore Software, the industry’s premier provider of storage virtualization software, will conduct a presentation regarding storage virtualization at the upcoming VMware User Group (VMUG) in Phoenix on Thursday, September 8, 2011 at the Renaissance Glendale Hotel and Spa. DataCore, a Gold Sponsor of the event, will host a session titled “Architecting Your Storage Infrastructure to Yield Virtualization Objectives,” which will be delivered by Tim Warden, director of systems engineers for the Americas at DataCore Software.
During this session, attendees will learn what a storage hypervisor is and how its adoption enables organizations to achieve true high availability via real redundancy of all components. The session will also provide a fast-track curriculum and pointed architectural guidance for setting up a responsive and highly available storage infrastructure that gets the best use of existing disk assets in order to deliver the operational and financial objectives server administrators expect from their virtualization initiatives.
As part of the Data Center Track, the DataCore presentation starts at 2:45 p.m. MST and will run for 45 minutes.
Phoenix VMUG User Conference Information:
- Date — Thursday, September 8, 2011
- Time — Conference: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. MST
- Location — Renaissance Glendale Hotel and Spa, 9495 West Coyotes Blvd., Glendale, Arizona 85305
Architecting Your Storage Infrastructure to Yield Virtualization Objectives Session Summary
Surprisingly, many of today’s virtualization projects suffer from unexpected I/O bottlenecks, frequent disk-related disruptions and bloated disk consumption. These problems result when dated storage doctrines are applied to newly-clustered virtual workloads.
- Throughout this session, attendees will receive pointed architectural guidance for setting up a responsive and highly available storage infrastructure that gets the best use of existing disk assets to deliver the operational and financial objectives anticipated from virtualization initiatives.
- Attendees will also learn how other industry peers have markedly improved their IT environments using these latest, device-independent principles.
VMware Users in Arizona Herald DataCore
Thousands of customers around the world are relying on DataCore and VMware to eliminate budgeting and technical roadblocks that once jeopardized their virtualization plans. Arizona is no exception and DataCore has enabled many area companies to finally realize the full business benefits that initially prompted their organizations to migrate to a virtualized infrastructure.
“DataCore storage virtualization software optimizes our storage infrastructure for the demanding requirements of server and desktop virtualization,” states Vincent Boragina, IT director, The W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. “As such, DataCore completes our virtualization infrastructure by virtualizing our storage assets.”
For more on DataCore and VMware visit DataCore Storage Virtualization Solutions for VMware.
Free Storage Hypervisor for VMware Experts
DataCore is offering free license keys of its breakthrough SANsymphony-V 8.1 storage hypervisor to VMware vExperts, VMware Certified Design Experts (VCDX), VMware Certified Professionals (VCP) and VMware Certified Instructors (VCI). To receive a free, not for production license key, please sign up at: www.datacore.com/freeNFR.
For more information on this week’s event, please visit: http://www.myvmug.org/e/in/eid=70.
About DataCore Software
DataCore Software is the industry’s premier provider of storage virtualization software. DataCore’s SANsymphony-V storage hypervisor software solves the big problem stalling virtualization initiatives by eliminating the storage-related barriers that make virtualization too difficult and too expensive. For additional information, visit the DataCore website at www.datacore.com or call (877) 780-5111.
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