Software Defined Hardware Acceleration Capabilities with OnApp – Intel Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 126

February 19th, 2018 |
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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Dr. Julian Chesterfield, Chief Scientific Officer at OnApp, joins us on Conversations in the Cloud to discuss solving storage performance challenges in large-scale virtualized environments. Julian talks about performance challenges in virtualized networks as well as where bottlenecks occur and why. OnApp’s approach to addressing these challenges includes software-defined storage architecture enhancements, as well as leveraging programmable hardware to optimize IO. OnApp’s enterprise cloud appliance combines Intel hardware with OnApp’s private/hybrid cloud software platform – a complete solution for building private clouds, managing private and public cloud infrastructure, and automating the way IT resources are accessed and consumed by users and departments.

To learn more about OnApp, go to:
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