What are the realities of data retention in a cloud-enabled Big Data World?

Date: 19th Feb 2015

Venue: THE DON, 20 Saint Swithins Lane, London, EC4N 8AD

Located in a cobbled courtyard, THE DON is a sophisticated place in all senses. It offers a unique dining experience in the City’s most attractively restored historic dining rooms where you can enjoy fine food, superb wines and an unrivaled level of warm, friendly, professional service.

Delivering the most efficient data management

Today’s data lifecycle requirements mean provisioning the correct storage technology solutions to match data value, access frequency and data criticality. Data workflows require a deep understanding of the data journey from generation through primary to back up to archive and ultimately long term storage. This means deploying a fully integrated storage infrastructure across tape, disc, virtual and cloud platforms.

This CBR dining club in association with Quantum is an opportunity to identify real savings and de-risking your data storage strategy. Discuss with the experts and share experience with your peers at this exclusive event covering:

• All data has value. But data value shifts rapidly over time.
• Data storage is no longer about addressing simple capacity requirements.
• What are the realities of data retention in a cloud-enabled Big Data World
• At today’s data volumes a price per gigabyte approach is not cost efficient.

The rules have changed. A data storage strategy must cope with Petabytes of structured and unstructured data. A portfolio of services and technologies de-duplicate data, to provide stable back up and robust disaster recovery across multiple sites and cloud platforms is the only way to address the issue of scale.

Who should attend;

IT Managers/Directors
Heads of IT

For more information please contact Kerry Bignell on: kerry.bignell@industryreview.com

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