Why IBM FlashSystem? Back to School Webinar Series – Session 1

Hope everyone is well, we are kicking off a series of Systems events for the AP timezones (since most TechU global session are at non AP friendly timezones! Of course, open to anyone WW if you are awake at the time 🙂

These sessions are open to IBMers, BPs and Clients, please pass on the registration information.

The first session in the ‘Back to School’ series is “Why IBM FlashSystems” and will be hosted by myself and Abilio Oliveira.

Details :

When: May, 20th
What time does it start: 2pm (NZ Time)
Registration at: https://ibm.webex.com/ibm/onstage/g.php?MTID=ea9c56f0487e40d45eda1aefe90bdaa4a
 
All the details can be found in this short video :

Join us for a discussion of the unique business benefits that IBM can provide with its award winning FlashSystem product family. The discussion will be led by IBM subject matter experts Abilio Oliveira and Barry Whyte. This session will start from basics, beginning with how IBM has carefully crafted its FlashSystem that build on over 30 years of industry leading storage technologies into a modern, high performance, feature rich and enterprise class storage solution.We will also discuss how to pick the right FlashSystem for your business needs, from the entry level 5000 up to the ultra scalable 9200R and will conclude with a discussion of some blueprints for deployment. There will also be an opportunity for a short Q&A discussion.From traditional workloads to modern hybrid multi-cloud solutions, come and see how IBM has the right FlashSystem just for you.

Hope to see you on the 20th.

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