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Scale Computing to Exhibit at VTUG's Summer Slam

Scale Computing, the industry leading developer of hyperconverged solutions that seamlessly combine servers, storage and virtualization into a single platform, today announced that it is an exhibiting sponsor of the Virtualization Technology Users Group (VTUG) Summer Slam 2013, taking place July 18 in Brunswick, Maine.

VTUG events are focused on providing technical content that is useful and actionable so attendees can put to use what they've learned. VTUG events offer new and innovative ideas and hands on sessions that enhance attendees' knowledge and expertise. More than 1,000 IT professionals and dozens of corporate sponsors will be at Summer Slam 2013. The event will offer keynote speakers, breakout sessions, hands-on labs, and dozens of vendors, including Scale Computing.

Scale Computing has pioneered hyperconverged solutions, and has built its HC3 solution from the ground up, specifically for virtualization. HC3 seamlessly integrates servers, storage and virtualization into a single platform that delivers simplicity, availability and scalability all in one, at an affordable price for midmarket businesses. HC3 meets the needs of midmarket businesses looking to achieve the efficiencies of virtualization and private clouds without the complexities and cost of VMware. With server, storage and virtualization integrated into a single platform, HC3 eliminates software licenses and additional hardware required. Scale Computing lowers TCO and radically simplifies the infrastructure needed to keep applications running in virtualization and private cloud environments. With built-in redundancy and high availability, deployment and management of a highly available and scalable infrastructure is as easy to manage as a single server.

Published Tuesday, July 16, 2013 6:50 AM by David Marshall
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