REDWOOD CITY, CA–(Marketwired – May 15, 2014) – Coraid®, a leading provider of modular, flexible and large-scale Ethernet storage solutions, will be speaking at TiECon to discuss the unique challenges of building a cloud infrastructure. Coraid CEO David Kresse will discuss the need for an architecture that simplifies the management of the rapid, unpredictable data growth and dynamic workloads found in cloud environments. TiECon 2014, the 21st consecutive TiECon event, is one of the largest and longest ongoing conferences focused on entrepreneurship and tech innovation.
Kresse will participate in a panel discussion focused on the question “Is Converged Storage the Next Big Wave?” being held on Friday, May 16, at 11:45 a.m. Kresse will explain the need for modular storage solutions that provide just-in-time scaling of capacity and performance, an automated workflow and comprehensive visibility into the storage environment.
Additional panel topics will include:
- How to objectify storage and optimize various storage infrastructures
- The role of new developments in furthering the convergence of compute and storage as applied to cloud deployments
- A comparison of hard-disk-based, state-based and flash storage technologies
Coraid provides storage solutions for cloud service providers and enterprises that are experiencing rapid, unpredictable data growth. Coraid leverages Layer 2 Ethernet to elevate network performance and improve operational effectiveness for companies deploying dynamic, large-scale, multi-workload environments. With its modular, pay-as-you-grow architecture and easy-to-use software, as well as proven support, design, and implementation, Coraid partners with customers to enable just-in-time scaling and versatility with a quick return on investment. For more information please visit www.coraid.com.
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