Today’s IT environment is in a state of hyper-change, rapidly adopting new tools and technologies to support enterprise data demands. As mobile devices have led to the internet of things (IoT), so too has the huge amounts of data we capture led to the need for advanced analytics and Big Data tools.
But how can an organization’s infrastructure keep pace with the nearly 50% per year growth of enterprise storage, and the resulting petabytes of information needed to keep it all?
Attend this TechBytes series sponsored by IBM and presented by Slashdot Media to hear industry experts discuss how advances in Cloud Object Storage (COS) technology are impacting the way businesses like yours thrive in a hybrid environment. Topics to be covered will include:
- Utilizing Containers with COS for today’s evolving workloads
- IoT, Spark Clusters and COS: Streamlining Big Data Solutions
- Building Amazon S3 Native Applications with COS
Register now for this TechBytes series before you spend another dime on storage.
About the presenters:
Nicholas Lange is the Technical Content Lead for IBM Cloud Object Storage and is responsible for documentation and developer advocacy. He works closely with teams across IBM Cloud providing high quality tutorials, sample code, and reference material to developers and data scientists working with object storage. His professional background in management consulting, complex systems modeling, and design research helps him communicate solutions to a diverse user base of researchers, developers, and business professionals. Nicholas holds a MS in Sustainable Systems from the University of Michigan and a BFA in Lighting Design from DePaul University.
Christopher M Luciano is an Advisory Software Developer for IBM Digital Business Group; working full-time on Kubernetes. Prior to IBM DGB, Christopher was the lead on the Watson container runtime squad. He has previously spoken at Pittsburgh based meetup (Code and Supply) on infrastructure and software operations. Christopher has 3 terrific cats and one hyper dog.