Tuesday, July 15th, 2014 @ 12:00pm ET
Specialized workloads play a key role in keeping organizations up and running- but how do you manage complex I/O demands and performance requirements- while maintaining an easy-to-manage storage environment? Dell Storage can help you explore ways to simplify workload management while achieving a balance of price and performance.
Join this webinar to:
- Discover how Dell Storage offers flexible modern storage architectures and innovative software that can help you address your unique workloads by scaling performance and capacity
- Learn how to leverage flash technologies with automated tiering to provide blazing fast I/O performance for VDI and OLTP requirements-using real-life scenarios
- Explore how using SSD performance and HDD capacity options may provide the best of both worlds for your environment
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John Shirley has over a decade of experience working in the data storage industry. The majority of his time has been spent implementing flash technologies in the form of hybrid hard drives, solid state drives, and enterprise flash shared storage solutions. He spent his early career working with consumer electronics and was part of the team that developed the industry’s first hybrid hard drive. John also has a strong background in enterprise software, specifically in the areas of data protection and management tools. He is currently on the product planning team at Dell focused on high performance solutions including flash optimizations, caching technologies, and other future storage technologies. John graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Computer Engineering.
Chhandomay Mandal leads the development and delivery of storage-focused end-to-end solutions for desktop virtualization and enterprise applications at Dell. Working with Dell’s strategic software partners and internal hardware teams, he has delivered many flash-based Reference Architectures as well as authored several technical and business white papers that explore desktop virtualization and database applications. Prior to joining Dell, Chhandomay held various leadership positions in the marketing and engineering organizations at Sun Microsystems for over a decade. He received his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Florida and a MBA from the Kelley Business School of Indiana University. Chhandomay has 13 awarded patents from the US Patent and Trademarks Office.