Mark your calendars for Wikibon’s next Peer Incite ... Tue, August 7th!
Recorded audio from the Peer Incite:
Today’s organizations require enterprise networks that support high growth, frequent changes, and 100% uptime. This is especially critical for service providers. Luke Norris, CEO of IaaS provider, Peak Colo, used the transition to 10Gb Ethernet as an opportunity to reevaluate his server and storage network strategy. Peak Colo needed a solution that spanned the company's full spectrum of colocation services: white label IaaS, hosted public cloud, private cloud offerings. Regardless of industry, companies adopting cloud architectures need a network that supports and enables flexibility, agility and simplicity.
Join the Wikibon community as we discuss:
- What are the architectural and organizational changes needed to move from a 1Gb Ethernet Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) environment to a modern 10Gb Ethernet collapsed data center?
- What are the challenges and advantages of deploying a single, converged server and storage network?
- How do service providers handle growth and technology refresh cycles?
- Can customers utilize newer technology using IaaS, rather than internal resources?
- What is the organizational impact of converging storage and servers on a single network?
- How does networking tie into the orchestration of cloud services?
Please join us and bring your questions...
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Call in details below:
Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm ET (9:00am - 10:00am PT)
We hope to see you there...
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