Date: 12th Oct 2011
Venue: Hush Restaurant and Brasserie, Mayfair
Owned by the son of Roger Moore, you would expect the epitome of relaxed sophistication and Hush delivers exactly that, The finest in European cuisine.
To compliment their exquisite fine-dining experience we will be bringing you excellent discussion and talks on a subject very high on your agenda.
It is not only burgeoning storage demands that are putting enterprises under pressure: greater variety in the types of data stored, and the means and frequency of access mean that complexity has grown considerably in the storage realm.
Virtualisation and private cloud computing promise much, and the latest, multi-tenancy storage architectures could just be a solution badly needed in today's data centres. Attend this Dining Club to hear about the latest technologies and methods that can help companies, from the enterprise right up to cloud providers themselves, harness greater capacity, flexibility and ease of management without breaking the bank.
Who should attend?
- Anyone struggling to manage their burgeoning storage demands
- Those seeking to get the real benefits of a virtual data centre
- Experts wishing to maximise the efficiency, flexibility and business continuity of their increasingly virtual data assets
A fabulous evening of dining, discussion and networking.
As well as talks from our guest speakers there will be plenty of time for delegates to have their specific questions answered during a lively Q&A session plus one-on-one networking with the speakers and your peers.
All in all, an event surely not to be missed