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What’s All the Buzz About Software-Defined Storage?

By now, you’ve more than likely heard something about Software-Defined Storage. With every mention of the term, you may be wondering, “What does it mean for me?”

Wonder no longer!

The VMware Software-Defined Storage approach enables a fundamentally more efficient operational model, driving transformation through the hypervisor, bring to storage the same operational efficiency that server virtualization brought to compute. Software-Defined Storage will enable you to better handle some of the most pressing challenges storage systems face today.

During this webcast, Mauricio Barra, Senior Product Marketing Manager at VMware, will discuss the VMware Software-Defined Storage vision, the role of the hypervisor in transforming storage, as well as key architectural components of VMware Software-Defined Storage.

If you are looking to understand how Software-Defined Storage, along with the enhanced VMware Virtual SAN 6 and new VMware vSphere Virtual Volumes, can benefit your organization, now is your chance.

Register today and take the next step toward making Software-Defined Storage a reality.

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For more information about VMware Virtual SAN, visit http://www.vmware.com/products/virtual-san.

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Joe Cook

About Joe Cook

Joe Cook is a Senior Technical Marketing Manager at VMware, currently focusing on automation of current and future VMware software-defined storage products, with specific emphasis on automating datacenter operations. Joe has over 20 years of industry experience in the design, implementation, and operation of complex IT environments ranging in size from Enterprise to SMB. Stay in touch with Joe via @CloudAnimal on Twitter for information on: vSphere Storage Policy Based Management Virtual Virtual SAN Monitoring and Troubleshooting VVOLs

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