Join Enrico Signoretti (Head of Product Strategy, OpenIO) and Steven Sweeting (Product Management Director, SME) to learn about Storage Made Easy File Fabric and OpenIO, the open source object store supporting both storage and compute environments from embedded devices to multi-petabyte datacenters.
See how OpenIO and Storage Made Easy work together to help your organization control costs and compliance providing next-generation storage services.
Files can be accessed anywhere, using any device, with full audit, security, reliability, and lower TCO.
This webinar is offered several times: 10AM CET and 11AM PT.
Can’t make it? Don’t let that stop you. All registrants can later access the webinar on demand, so be sure to register!
You’ll see how OpenIO SDS and Storage Made Easy File Fabric meet the demands of “always on” modern digital businesses, from secure collaboration and file sharing to advanced data governance and security. Learn about the impact of the forthcoming EU GDPR legislation (General Data Protection Regulation).
All this is delivered in environments where unstructured data is doubling every two years, putting more pressure on IT departments to find the lowest cost per gigabyte and highest ROI for new services.
In this webinar, you will discover:
- How object storage reduces costs and increases performance.
- How next-generation file services increase the value of object storage.
- A demo and value of OpenIO SDS and Storage Made Easy File Fabric.
ABOUT STORAGE MADE EASY (SME)
The Storage Made Easy Enterprise File Fabric™ enables IT to regain control of “cloud data sprawl” to unify on-premises and on-cloud files into a single easily managed converged infrastructure with policy-based controls for governance, audit and security.
The File Fabric solution provides a “blanket” enterprises wrap around all their data: on premises, within public and public clouds, as well as on third-party software vendor clouds (SharePoint Online and SalesForce for example).
Customers use the SME File Fabric product to unify corporate data to enable workgroup collaboration with universal controls for security, encryption, audit, and data access. Companies will have access to a greater understanding of where and how sensitive data is stored, transferred, and accessible with particular focus on how companies are able to police and audit data to ensure enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) in addition to other regional data legislation.