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Wednesday, September 23 • 9:00am - 9:45am
Software Defined Storage - What Does it Look Like in 3 Years?

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Storage is being recast as a set of services implemented in software with industry standard servers, allowing a radical simplification of provisioning and management at a significantly lower cost. At the same time, there are significant changes in flash, memory and server hardware architecture that software can take advantage of.

In this talk, we'll survey and contrast the popular software architectural approaches and investigate the changing hardware architectures upon which these systems are built.

Finally, we'll survey the new applications data services that are becoming main-stream for container and big-data environments.

Speakers
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Richard McDougall

Big Data and Storage Chief Scientist, Vmware
Richard McDougall is the Big Data and Storage Chief Scientist at VMware. He is working on advanced development and analytics for core vSphere storage and application storage services, including Big Data, Hadoop. Prior, as the Chief Performance architect Richard drove the performance... Read More →


Wednesday September 23, 2015 9:00am - 9:45am
Santa Clara Ballroom

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