November 14th – Supercharge your VMware Environment – Lunch is on us!

As virtualized environments grow, data access and management become increasingly more challenging.With the majority of your IT environment based on a virtualized, scale-out infrastructure, the confidence in the performance, availability, and manageability of the environment grows suspect, yet must be preserved.Often, proactive data management is sacrificed to focus on daily operations, increasing your risk in the case that things actually go wrong.

Join DataGravity, PernixData, and Axis to learn how new storage innovations at every layer of the virtualized infrastructure work together to enhance your performance and productivity, increase visibility, and reduce the risks inherent to your environment.

In this seminar, you will learn how to:

– Enhance the performance of your most critical applications
– Simply scale the data access performance as demand increases
– Achieve unparalleled visibility and protection of your data sets
– Protect and recover VMs instantly, and with no backup window
– Reduce virtual machine and data sprawl

Date: November 14, 2014
Time: 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse
45 School St, Boston, MA 02108



Frank serves as the Technology Evangelist at PernixData where he gets to play with the latest and greatest toys and influence the future roadmap of the FVP software platform, and by extension the future of storage virtualiztion. He brings over 15 years of virtualization expertise to PernixData having worked extensively with Fortune 500 companies throughout his long consulting career and experience at VMware.

Frank is a VMware Certified Design Expert (VCDX029) and the main author and owner of the VMware/Virtualization blog, which has been voted a top 10 virtualization blog for the past 5 years by the virtualization community. Frank co-authored the clustering technical deepdive book series and regularly speaks at industry events like VMworld, VMware Partner Exchange and VMUG events. Follow Frank on Twitter @frankdenneman.