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Happy cloud service providers feed on fast storage
And NVMe/TCP may be the best way to get it
Webinar Today's data centers need fast storage to support the high volumes of cloud applications and services they host. But providers also operate tight business models that rely on being able to deliver and maintain that data capacity and workload performance at the best possible cost to stay competitive.
Low-latency NVMe/TCP enabled flash storage arrays can help by linking clustered, disaggregated capacity over standard Ethernet networks. But can they be as cost-effective for smaller on-prem and network edge locations as they are for larger data centers?
Join the Register's Martin Courtney in conversation with internet infrastructure & data center architect Dan Marriott and Lightbits Labs CTO Sagi Grimberg in our latest webinar on 27th July as they discuss where it makes sense to deploy NVMe/TCP storage solutions, particularly for organizations running VMware vSphere and Tanzu in their data centers.
You'll learn more about how low latency, NVMe/TCP enabled flash storage can be flexible enough to handle CSP/enterprise data traffic in multiple scenarios and get a better idea of the cost, convenience and performance advantages they provide.
Click here to sign up to the webinar at 12pm ET/9am PT/5pm BST and we'll add a note to your diary.
Sponsored by Lightbits Labs.