Evolution of SDS as a Key Pillar of Hyperconverged Infrastructure – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 104

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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Stephen Nichols, Director of Sales Engineering at Virtuozzo, joins Conversations in the Cloud to discuss the evolution of software defined storage as a key pillar of hyperconverged infrastructure. Stephen talks about the benefits of software defined storage compared to local attached storage and dedicated storage appliances and how hyperconvergence provides simple, flexible storage models. Stephen highlights that they are delivering storage for containers and HCI deployments at a critical time for businesses that are transitioning to containers and need persistent storage.

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