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Pivot3 was founded in 2002 on the idea that today's stack of virtual servers, shared storage and networks could be converged to drive down complexity and cost while dramatically increasing scale-out performance. Pivot3 delivered its first fully hyper-converged infrastructure appliance in 2008. Today, Pivot3 has more than 1,600 customers across the globe who have deployed over 13,000 globally hyper-converged infrastructure appliances. Pivot3 products are deployed for virtual desktop, disaster recovery, video-based security and other applications, and have seen particular success in the healthcare, government, transportation, hospitality, education and retail vertical segments. Pivot3 is headquartered in Austin, Texas.
Simple and Economical - the Value of Hyperconvergence Bruce Milne | Pivot3 | Thu 6th Oct 12:20 - 12:50
Webscale IT: Journey to Enterprise Cloud Theatre
Thu 6th Oct 12:20 to 12:50
Simple and Economical - the Value of Hyperconvergence
Over the last decade, you have achieved the extraordinary. But the business wants more, whether its improving consolidation efficiencies or boosting IT agility and responsiveness. HCI offers the potential for simplicity, agility and improved economics, but making sure that you incorporate the correct architectural and deployment approaches into your next generation data center is vital. In this session, Bruce Milne, VP at Pivot3, will explore the architectural concepts and business impact examples of HCI, and illustrate how Pivot3’s pioneering Hyperconverged architecture and revolutionary software capabilities can enable you to drive transformational business benefits while improving ROI.
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