Overview of Hitachi Dynamic Tiering, Part 1 of 2

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November 6, 9AM pacific time, 12PM eastern time

 

Hitachi Dynamic Tiering (HDT) simplifies storage administration by automatically optimizing data placement in 1, 2 or 3 tiers of storage that can be defined and used within a single virtual volume. Tiers of storage can be made up of internal or external (virtualized) storage, and use of HDT can lower capital costs. Simplified and unified management of HDT allows for lower operational costs and reduces the challenges of ensuring applications are placed on the appropriate classes of storage.

 

By attending this webcast, you will

  • Hear about what makes Hitachi Dynamic Tiering a unique storage management tool that enables storage administrators to meet performance requirements at lower costs than traditional tiering methods.
  • Understand various strategies to consider when monitoring application performance and relocating pages to appropriate tiers without manual intervention.
  • Learn how to use Hitachi Command Suite (HCS) to manage, monitor and report on an HDT environment, and how HCS manages related storage environments.

 

Speakers

Michael Rowley, principal consultant, Americas Storage Management

Brandon Lambert, senior manager, Americas Storage Management

 

Reg link: https://hdschannel.webex.com/hdschannel/onstage/g.php?d=928030702&t=a

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