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Compellent User, University of North Texas, to Present at Storage Networking World (SNW) 2007Presentation to Highlight the Evolution of Management and Performance within UNT’s Centralized Storage Environment (October 04, 2007)
Gerlach’s presentation will focus on the challenges UNT overcame while overhauling its previous storage infrastructure to implement a reliable, cost-effective and scalable SAN environment. He will explore the six areas of centralized storage that must be mastered to tackle past, present and future storage needs, including: high availability, high utilization of capacity, performance-on-demand, expandability, reduced growth costs and efficient manageability.
Gerlach will illustrate how the Compellent SAN supports these six areas with thin provisioning, automated tiered storage, virtualization, and reduced total cost of ownership (TCO).
Computerworld SNW 2007
Gaylord Texan Resort Hotel and Convention Center
Wednesday, October 17, 2007 from 2:15 – 2:55 p.m. Gerlach’s presentation is part of the “Storage Management” track.
Compellent is a leading provider of enterprise-class network storage solutions that are highly scalable, feature-rich and designed to be easy to use and cost effective.
David Gerlach is a senior IT manager at the University of North Texas, responsible for networked storage, business and administrative server network, student email system (40,000 users), and enterprise backups. He has more than 19 years experience in computer technology, telecommunications and information management and more than eight years experience with SAN fabric and storage technology.
Related Keywords:Compellent, SAN, thin provisioning, TCO, University of North Texas, UNT, centralized storage, virtualization, virtualized storage
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