Delivering Public Cloud Economics with Hyperconvergence Software
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As an MSP, how do you compete with public cloud on agility and cost? Yes, you can offer customers the peace of mind that comes with hosted private cloud, but how can you build an architecture to compete with hyper-scale public cloud? Traditional storage isn’t the answer. It’s too expensive and rigid. Hyperconverged appliances look promising, but end up costing almost as much as traditional storage.
There’s a better way. Hyperconverged software lets MSPs build a flexible, simple-to-manage infrastructure that provides choice of servers and virtualization, doesn’t require repurchasing of software licenses when refreshing hardware, and allows you to increase storage capacity without having to add additional appliances.
Attend this webchat and learn:
- How to use hyperconvergence to reduce costs, increase performance and improve availability of hosted private cloud services
- The different hyperconvergence deployment options, and how to choose which is best for your organization
- The CapEx and OpEx savings you can expect from deploying hyperconverged software solutions
Theresa Caragol is founder and principal consultant of Theresa Caragol Consulting, LLC, and Achieve Unite a strategic advisory firm that provides business acceleration services to global enterprises including partner and channel development, go-to-market planning, M&A channel integration and executive learning forums. She has more than 20 years’ experience in building and managing multi-million dollar indirect channel teams and strategic alliance business and programs from inception to sales success. Prior to founding TCC, Theresa held senior executive roles at Extreme Networks, Ciena and Nortel.
Andrew Perry , Sr. VP, Worldwide Field Operations
Andrew is a seasoned executive with more than 20 years leadership experience at both large-scale global companies, as well as developing field organizations for startups. He comes to Maxta from Springpath, where he grew hyperconvergence revenue and helped scale the company as its Vice President of Field Operations. Prior to Springpath, Andrew was responsible for the worldwide channel at Violin Memory. Previous executive sales and management experience includes roles at technology companies GridIron, PanoLogic Inc., Timestock, Peribit Networks (now part of Juniper Networks), and INS VitalSoft (now a division of Lucent Technologies).