QoS, Performance and Protection for OpenStack Clouds Webinar



Software-Defined Storage based on a revolutionary, dual-plane architecture


Attracted by the promise of vendor independence and cost-effectiveness that open source approaches offer, many IT teams are forging ahead with OpenStack as the basis for their cloud infrastructures.

However, they often face challenges in providing adequate performance and necessary resiliency and data protection across all of their workloads cost-effectively.

Software-defined storage is a preferred approach to addressing some of these challenges. We discuss drawbacks in traditional software-defined storage approach and how a revolutionary, dual-plane architecture mitigates these.

Hear from:

Carlos Carrero

Carlos Carrero
Sr. Principal Product Manager, Veritas

Carlos Carrero is the Product Manager Lead for Veritas HyperScale for OpenStack. He has been working with Veritas for the last 16 years in areas such as backup, high availability and storage management. He is an assiduous contributor at Veritas blogs and author of several white papers. For the last years, he has been working on defining Veritas’ Software-Defined Storage solutions.

Singh Garewal

Singh Garewal
Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Veritas

Singh Garewal is responsible for marketing Veritas’ Software-Defined Solutions at Veritas.  He has background in various aspects of storage including object storage and archiving, and his experience spans go-to-market, marketing, technology alliances and partnerships. He has worked at Symantec, Hitachi Data Systems, Deloitte Consulting and Accenture.

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