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Lightbits Labs’ Expert Josh Goldenhar to Explore the advent of Scale-Out Flash and Alternatives to Ceph

SANTA CLARA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#NVMe–Storage industry veteran and Lightbits’ VP of Product Marketing Josh Goldenhar from Lightbits Labs will discuss the benefits of NVMe/TCP™ as it relates to scale-out flash and Ceph alternatives in two upcoming webinars.

 

WHAT:

Lightbits will present in the following informative webinars:

 

  • “Scale-Out Flash Storage: Breaking Old-School Storage Rules,” Feb. 25, 2020 at 9 am PT

    During this webinar a panel of industry experts, including Lightbits’, will discuss how the advent of Scale-Out Flash Storage (SOFS) has allowed new architectures and capabilities, changing the calculus of deploying storage solutions. Participants will walk away with an understanding of the new rules for storage solutions.
  • When Ceph is Not Enough: There’s a new kid on the ‘block,’” Mar. 11, 2020 at 9 am PT

    This 30-minute webinar will discuss the origins of Ceph and why it’s a great solution for highly scalable, capacity optimized storage pools. Attendees will learn how and where Ceph shines but also where its architectural shortcomings make Ceph a sub-optimal choice for today’s high performance, scale-out databases and other key web-scale software infrastructure solutions.

 

 

TO REGISTER:

Register here for “ScaleOut Flash Storage: Breaking Old-School Storage Rules,” Feb. 25, 2020 at 9 am PT

Register here for “When Ceph is Not Enough,” March 11, 2020 at noon PT

 

 

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About Lightbits Labs™

Lightbits Labs, founded in early 2016, is remaking modern clouds on a global scale. The company’s mission is to reinvent the way storage and networking are deployed in hyperscale data centers. As trailblazers in this field, Lightbits’ solution is already being successfully tested in industry-leading cloud data centers around the globe.

Learn more at www.lightbitslabs.com or contact us at [email protected].

Contacts

Alan Ryan/Marianne Dempsey

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