As part of our goal to bring you the latest and greatest in our Perfect Practice Alliance (PPA) suite of products and services to enhance your practice with Healthcare Information Technology solutions, we have a new webinar in the works this month!
Join National Physicians Services (NPS) and our newest partner, Datrium, to hear about the future of data storage and the vision of Datrium's game changing technology as told by Brian Biles | CEO/Founder | Industry Expert and Visionary.
If you are concerned about the scalability, management, cost, performance and reliability of your critical data storage, then this is the webinar for you. Join National Physicians Services (NPS) and our guest speaker Brian Biles, data storage industry visionary and CEO of Datrium as he talks about the current state and evolution of data storage and what to expect from emerging data storage technologies.
Thursday, April 21st at 2:00pm EST
Who Should Attend: Healthcare IT Professionals, Network Managers, CIO's, Database Administrator, or anyone interested in the future of data storage.
What You'll Learn: The data storage industry is rapidly evolving and Brian Biles will explain the current state of storage, where the industry is headed and details about array storage, hyper-converged and what is on the horizon for new storage management options.
Brian Biles CEO / Co-Founder of Datrium
Brian is a 35-year innovator in the storage industry, with over 30 years of experience in technology, sales, product management and entrepreneurship. Having worked with influential technology companies such as Sun Microsystems, EMC, and VA Linux Systems, Brian's industry knowledge and leadership experience makes him one of the leading thought leaders in the evolving data storage industry.
A management team made up of veterans and innovators from VMware and Data Domain, produced the most widely deployed log-structured file system in history and the most widely deployed inline compressed / deduped file system. These are unorthodox storage foundations historically, but as it turns out they are central to the future of enterprise storage. As flash and disk media progress, they both require large, loggy writes. Also, write amplification in lower-cost SSDs is reduced by an order of magnitude leading to better durability based larger log writes with deduplication and compression inline, like Data Domain.