Today at 11:00am PST there is a webcast with IBM to discuss their Windows NAS product line. We would like to welcome you to come and join John Donovan and Scott Johnson (that’s me!) to discuss the capabilities and configurations that are possible in this cost effective and capable platform. IBM is one of the top storage vendors on the planet and it is great to have these solutions on the market. If you are interested in IBM gear and are looking for more cost-effective ways to deliver industry-leading file and block services, then I highly recommend this webcast.
NAS Solutions Explained: Reduce Cost and Improve Manageability
Date: Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Time: 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
Duration: 60 minutes
Today, over 7 million developers are writing application software for Windows using the most popular frameworks and development tools on the planet. Network Attached Storage (NAS) appliances are growing at 20% a year and the world is preparing to consume thousands of petabytes in the next few years.
This webcast presents a comparison between Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 (WSS) on IBM DS3500 Storage Systems, and other pricier NAS solutions. Take an in-depth look at how Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 delivers superior performance, reliability, application compatibility and ease of use.
Attend this webcast to review:
- The benefits of using a Windows-based NAS and the key features of the IBM DS3500
- Typical use cases for Windows Storage Server appliances
- Performance and reliability data
Reserve your seat today!
WW Offering Manager, System x Express,
IBM Systems & Technology Group
Scott M. Johnson,
Program Manager II,
Windows File Server Team, Microsoft
I’ll post more about IBM’s solutions after the webcast today. Have a great day and hope to see you on the call!
Scott M. Johnson
Windows NAS Program Manager