Hyperconverged Performance Analysis for Real World Enterprise Applications
Enterprises want the simplicity and scalability of public cloud, with predictable costs for business-critical applications while also meeting high-performance SLAs for on-premises infrastructure. Hyperconverged technologies fit the defined evaluation criteria well, however needs have moved beyond cost-savings and simplicity to include performance, scalability and reliability, aspects of performance analysis that are particularly difficult to measure when shared resources are used throughout the platform.
Attend this TechBytes series presented by Slashdot Media and sponsored by Nutanix to learn about:
- Hyperconverged buying criteria, and the role “hero” performance numbers should play in influencing buying decisions
- The impact of hyperconverged infrastructure on achievable, real-world business-critical application performance, scalability and reliability
- Hear from Nutanix customers on their business-critical performance expectations and achievements
Don’t wait – register now for this complimentary event series and learn what you need to know to deliver maximum performance for all your applications types.
About the presenters:
Marc Trouard-Riolle, Product Marketing Manager at Nutanix, wants to live in a world where business IT is freed from the shackles of vendor lock-in, with simple, scalable infrastructure and management, aligned with business objectives. Previously Marc has worked in the financial, insurance and legal verticals, in a variety of technical pre/post sales and consultancy roles. Native to London, England, Marc now lives in California with his wife and two children.
Benjamin Metcalf is the Systems Administrator for Faith Technologies. He has spent most of his adult life making sure the customers are always happy, and the last 12 years in Information Technology are no exception. He has earned several industry standard certifications in several different technologies. He has worked with several Fortune 100 companies in Wisconsin doing several types of deployment that spread across several different technologies. He started down the road of hyper-convergence that changed the way he thought about datacenters and implemented new systems, and it has also allowed him to test more workloads in much bigger spaces than originally were thought possible. He implemented Nutanix in 2016, and has been running and testing workloads on the environment since its implementation.