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January 10, 2018
Duration: 00:40

How to Meet Data Protection Challenges of the All-Flash Data Center

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How to Meet Data Protection Challenges of the All-Flash Data Center video

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Organizations transitioning from legacy storage solutions to all-flash storage arrays have started a transformation in data centers around the globe. Greater capacity, scalability and predictable high performance are all benefits provided by all-flash. However, moving to all-flash data centers may bring challenges and increased risk of data loss.

In this interactive webcast, join subject matter experts Rob Emsley from Veeam and Gavin Cohen from HPE as they share their insights on:

  • The challenges and requirements of an all-flash data center
  • Providing effective data protection in an all-flash data center
  • Best-of-breed partnership between Veeam® and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and how this joint solution will help

Speaker(s)

Rob Emsley
Director of Alliance Product Marketing at Veeam
Rob Emsley is responsible for Availability messaging, positioning and go-to-market activities for all alliance partner solutions. Rob has held product marketing and management positions with IBM, EMC and HPE over the years. Originally from the UK he now resides outside of Boston, Massachusetts.
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