The Future of Hybrid Cloud with Lenovo – Intel Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 148

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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: On this episode of Conversations in the Cloud, we’re joined by Greg Kettmann, Senior Product Manager at Lenovo, to discuss the company’s product line ThinkAgile SX for Microsoft Azure Stack (SXM). The integrated rackscale solution features a hyper-covered infrastructure built on Intel Xeon Scalable processors utilizing Intel Optane technology and Microsoft Windows Server Software-Defined Storage. The ThinkAgile SXM solution is as a truly turnkey hybrid cloud solution that is professionally deployed by Lenovo. Greg discusses the future of hybrid cloud, and how he sees platform-as-a-service and containers as the future of the industry. Lenovo deployed the first Azure Stack solution with Intel Xeon Scalable processors, and Greg also notes that Lenovo is the first to qualify the new Intel Select Solution for Microsoft Azure Stack.

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