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Oracle Storage Summit with Dave Vellante, Wikibon

Pushing Storage Infrastructure Ahead of the Data Curve

IDC’s Digital Universe Study states that while enterprise data has grown 50-fold, the IT resources required to manage that data have not even doubled.

Disproportionate? Incredibly. And that lopsided ratio is an urgent problem for IT professionals like you who deal with the following challenges every day:

  • Adapting general-purpose storage to keep up with a constantly evolving applications environment
  • Meeting regulation and compliance measures that require companies like yours to keep everything for longer periods of time
  • Moving toward cloud-based storage architectures that allow you the space you need now, and the ability to scale for the future
Attend Oracle's Storage Innovations Summit in association with Intel® featuring Wikibon CEO David Vellante for an informative discussion on how to push storage infrastructure ahead of the data curve.

David will review the business requirements that are fueling innovations such as application-aware storage, and how companies like yours can do more with less using dynamic automation.

Join us at the Oracle Storage Summit

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David Vellante David Vellante
Chief Research Officer

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