Save the Date: Google+ Hangout – Why Host-Based SSDs are Critical for SLAs in Mission-Critical Datacenters
Service level agreements (SLAs) must be met whether you’re keeping mission-critical data centers running or serving up frosty beverages. Disasters, configuration errors, poor performance, thirsty customers…it’s an ever-changing race to keep your operation available, fast, and resilient. Let us show you what our customers are doing to meet the challenge of delivering on SLAs.
The performance gap between computing devices and storage devices has been growing for several years. Currently, CPU and DRAM operations are measured in nanoseconds while hard disk drive (HDD) operations are measured in milliseconds – that is several orders of magnitude difference. Enterprises are increasingly looking at SSD/Flash storage to help narrow this performance gap.
Join the Symantec Storage team on Wednesday, August 21 at 9:30am PT to learn about the growing reliance on SSD/Flash to optimize storage environments, discuss the benefits and risks, and examine best practices in incorporating SSDs to help meet your SLAs.
Tune in and get your questions answered live by our expert panelists during the event by submitting your questions to the hashtag #SYMCHangout.
Mark your calendars:
Title: Why Host-Based SSDs are Critical for SLAs in Mission-Critical Datacenters
Date: Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Time: Starts at 9:30 am PT
Length: 1 Hour
Where: Google+ Hangout: http://bit.ly/13T1ak9