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PASIG Webinar:  The Essential Elements Of Intelligently Managed Tiered Storage Infrastructures
Original broadcast:  November 21, 2013

Various concepts and applications of tiered storage have been employed for over 20 years. First in the mainframe space and later in the open system space. During the past 20 years, the prevalence of the open systems enterprises have grown along with the explosive growth of unstructured data, with requirements for that data to be preserved, in many cases indefinitely, yet remain readily accessible. The tiered storage model provides benefits of lower overall cost, lower energy, and lower floor space requirements. However, maximum environmental impact and ROI will now be achieved through expanded use of cloud technologies and intelligent tiered storage management. This talk will focus on the essential elements of successful intelligent tiered storage management, in the context of long-term digital information retention and preservation.

Presenter

Raymond Clarke

Raymond Clarke
Raymond A. Clarke is a lecturer and consultant with expertise spanning twenty-five+ years in storage management, performance, capacity planning and architecting storage infrastructure solutions. Ray helped develop the Storage Network Industry (SNIA) Data Management Forum and served on the forum’s board of directors at its inception. Ray held several positions focused on technical storage solutions and long-term digital information archive and preservation solutions development with Sun Microsystems over a 15 year period. Most recently, Ray contributed to Oracle’s Hardware and Engineered Systems Infrastructure Team, within the Enterprise Solutions Group as a Senior Enterprise Storage Solutions Consultant, with a focus on both field sales enablement and support and technical training. Ray has been a frequent and highly-rated PASIG speaker and has been a member of the PASIG steering committee since 2007. Ray holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, from Polytechnic Institute of New York University.

 
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