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Container Storage and the New Data Paradigm


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Monday, August 23, 2021
1 p.m. ET

The adoption of hybrid cloud computing is fundamentally changing the way data is stored and processed. As it continues to evolve, the need to move data to the compute layer will become apparent, as trying to process data in a cloud could introduce latencies that impact the performance of next-generation applications. Edge computing platforms must be able to process and analyze data in real-time. As such, a federated approach to managing highly distributed data will be required. In this topic spotlight, we take a look at the role containers will play in the evolution of data storage and processing and offer some best practices for organizations navigating the changing infrastructure landscape.

Gaurav Rishi
VP of Product - Kasten by Veeam
Gaurav Rishi is the VP of Product at Kasten by Veeam. He is at the forefront of several Kubernetes ecosystem partnerships and has been a frequent speaker and author on cloud-native innovations. He previously led Strategy and Product Management for Cisco's Cloud Media Processing business. In addition to launching multiple products and growing them to >$100M in revenues, he was also instrumental in several M&A transactions. Gaurav is a computer science graduate and has an MBA from the Wharton School.
Andrew Park
Global Specialist Solutions Architect - AWS
Andrew is a Global Specialist Solutions Architect focused on Containers and Application Modernization at AWS. He works with customers and partners to think more strategically around their workloads on AWS using containers. In his spare time, you will find him on the golf course or at sporting events enjoying time with friends and family.
Joe Gardiner
Field Solutions Architect, Office of the CTO - Portworx by Pure Storage
Joe Gardiner is an experienced technical architect working with DevOps, Cloud Kubernetes, and other Cloud Native technologies. His background spans product management, business unit management, pre-sales solution architecting, and technical evangelism. He is primarily from a vendor background having worked at organizations such as Docker, Chef, Rackspace, and Portworx, and has experience across the technology stack from infrastructure to SaaS.


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