Sponsored webcast More and more enterprises of all sizes are understanding the value of cutting edge technologies such as machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) in improving customer experiences and streamlining business processes.
In practical terms, implementing AI requires boosting performance and scaling up the organisation's IT infrastructure, including its network, storage and processing.
One popular option is going all-flash, while fast new connectivity devices such as Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVM Express or NVMe) are making an appearance. So, how should organisations prepare for the future? If you're an architect looking to build a foundation for machine learning and AI, or simply looking for a more general view on modelling an infrastructure, tune in to our webinar on 30 April at 11am BST / 12pm CEST.
Phil Bullinger, Western Digital's senior vice president and general manager for data center systems, and Freeform Dynamics' analyst Tony Lock will delve into the following topics:
- Today's need to boost performance for data management and service delivery
- How all-flash and NVMe are changing the way we think about data infrastructure
- The benefits of a composable infrastructure that can respond to changing workloads
- Where to start? Moving away from a monolithic architecture