Arrow Bandwidth Episode 4 - SDDC 101: An Introduction
Welcome to Arrow Bandwidth, the podcast from Arrow ECS to help the channel better understand the trends, technologies and concepts facing the IT industry today.
This week not only do we have our regular Thursday podcast, a great episode on SDDC, but we have a special live podcast for you too. Released on Tuesday, our live podcast comes straight to you from Cloud Expo Europe 2016.
Our Arrow Bandwidth hosts, David Fearne and Rich Holmes visit Cloud Expo in London’s ExCel and go in search for some of the greatest minds in the Cloud and IoT industry today. They chat to IBM’s Lucy Bramley, Arrow’s very own Andrew Bickley, Technology Marketing Director IoT & Connectivity, Arrow OCS, and Daniel Thomas, Founder of Compare the Cloud.
This week our host David Fearne, Arrow’s Technical Director, has invited special guests from within Arrow to sit down and talk about Software-Defined Data Centres.
With the commoditisation of compute virtualisation well and truly a reality, businesses are looking to other elements of the data centre to apply the same methodology. However, often the promise of flexibility is overshadowed by a complex and difficult reality putting many off the idea of taking virtualisation past the compute layer. Over the next 30 minutes our panel of experts intend to debunk the myths of SDDC and give examples of where businesses should look to start to gain the highest business productivity return on their investment.
Host: David Fearne, Arrow Technical Director
Host: Richard Holmes, Arrow IBM Solutions Leader
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Welcome to Arrow Bandwidth, the podcast from Arrow UK to help the channel better understand the trends, technologies and concepts facing the IT industry today.
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