Thirsty for data storage knowledge? Here’s where you can fill up

Tap into the 2022 Open Storage Summit right now

Sponsored Post Whether they're using advanced analytics, driving AI, or revving up their HPC stack, modern businesses have an unquenchable thirst for data, which means getting storage infrastructure right from the outset is essential.

Needless to say, vendors have stepped up and delivered a stream of innovations spanning, ultra-high performance all-flash hot-tiers, large scale object storage, and innovative software defined solutions.

This could be transformative for your AI and HPC ops, and your datacenter as a whole - if you can cherry pick the right disruptive technologies and integrate them correctly into your operation. So, who do you turn to for help?

We think you should start with the third annual Open Storage Summit which saw Supermicro bring together storage specialists, and data center application professionals, as well as partners including Intel®, NVIDIA, Nutanix, AMD and Kioxia. And you can catch up on the entire event right now, from the comfort of, well, wherever you happen to be.

The lineup includes a roundtable session with experts from Supermicro, Broadcom, Kioxia and Solidigm, exploring the most cutting-edge storage innovation and how you can adopt it.

Other sessions cover storage for digital workspaces and sustainability, building out software-defined storage for enterprise scale applications, and how Supermicro is working with Weka and Intel® on disaggregated infrastructure,

You can also learn how to tailor storage to enable GPU accelerated systems, and how software defined storage can future-proof your operations.

Whether you're looking to optimize your existing setup or starting from scratch, you'll find the info you need right here, right now. All you need to do is head here and register.

You'll be heading into autumn better informed about the storage landscape now and in the future. And that could make all the difference to your own organization's prospects.

Sponsored by Supermicro.

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