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Event Date 2/25/2016
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VirtG Nov 2015 Meeting
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Microsoft NERD Ctr.
1 Memorial Dr #1
Cambridge, MA 02142

NERD Center

Nerd Ctr. Map

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Eastern Time

Paid parking available nearby; MIT lots are free after 5PM, Bldg E-51 (2 Amherst St) for example.
Directions to E-51 Parking
Better yet, take the "T".


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday February 25th
SSD Storage Deep Dive with Intel and SolidFire

The Best in Education and Virtualization each Month

Thank you to our sponsors:

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intel

solidfire
SolidFire

PLEASE, be sure to RSVP on the VirtG Meetup site MeetUp Logo
so we know how much food to order and speed up registration at the Microsoft Security Desk
.

Registration Link: http://www.meetup.com/VirtGBoston/

  • 6:00-7:00 Networking, Introductions, Food and Refreshments

  • 7:00-7:45 Software and the Battle to Bring Real Virtualization to Storage

  • Description: 
    • Server virtualization came along just when IT needed it most, and changed everything about the relationship between workloads and the hardware that supports them. The idea that servers weren’t the commodity, but that the CPU and RAM they contained were the resources that mattered revolutionized how hardware was bought, how maintenance was performed and how application sizing was done.

    • Unfortunately, while this transformation was going on, storage steadfastly refused to get the memo. A lack of innovation, a clear desire to rely on old, limited architectures to protect margins and an ecosystem that didn’t demand those things left us with a storage market full of legacy products, incapable of adapting to new technology or consumption models.

    • With the advent of flash, however, both the flaws and some possible solutions to this situation have become clear. Flash-only, scale out architectures have begun appearing on the landscape, with the promise of doing to storage what the first wave of virtualization did to the server market. What are these new architectures? How are they changing how storage is managed? How are they changing how IT looks at and purchases the resources needed to support new and different workloads?

    • Join Jeramiah Dooley, Principal Flash Architect from SolidFire, to discuss these topics and more, and take a look at how storage architecture might be able to change the industry.

  • Speaker Bio
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  • Jeramiah Dooley, Principal Architect, Technology Solutions
    • Jeramiah Dooley is a Principal Architect, focusing on VMware, OpenStack and SolidFire converged infrastructure solutions. He brings more than 17 years of technology and design experience to his industry efforts.

    • He was most recently part of the VCE Office of the CTO, working with technology executives around the world on strategies to converge and transform IT infrastructure and operations. Previously, he was the global SME for Service Provider business development, multi-tenancy and vCloud Director design as part of the Field Enablement team within the VCE Corporate Engineering Group.

    • He also developed Service Provider and Vertical Solutions for VCE, helping customers by providing pre-tested and validated guidelines for running different applications on Vblock platforms, including Cisco Unified Communications, VMware vCloud Director, and ESRI ArcGIS Server among others.

    • Prior to joining VCE, Mr. Dooley was the Director of Engineering for Managed Services at Peak 10, a regional service provider based in Charlotte, NC. He directed the overall strategy, design and development of Peak 10's Managed Services platform, which included the company's Cloud Services, Data Protection, Managed Storage, Managed Security Device Management and BC/DR divisions. He has also held technology positions in the healthcare, legal and telecommunications fields during his career.

  • 8:00-8:45 Stratoscale - Intel's 3D XPoint Memory Technology Breakthrough. Memory and storage will never be the same.
  • Description:
    • Inel's 3D XPoint technology is positioned a major storage disruptor. Come hear why.
  • Speaker Bio
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  • 8:45- Cleanup and prizes 
  • Registration Link: http://www.meetup.com/VirtGBoston/MeetUp Logo