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Gridstore Hosts Leading Microsoft Data Center Expert On Migrating From VMware To Hyper-V
Gridstore the leader in hyper-converged all flash infrastructure for the Microsoft Cloud-Inspired Data Center today announced the next in its 2015 series of dynamic webinars focused on leading-edge technologies and trends. The webinar, "Microsoft Data Center Expert Shares How & Why to Migrate from VMware to Hyper-V" will feature Microsoft Data Center Specialist John Kelbely and Kelly Murphy, Founder and CTO of Gridstore. They will be discussing how to easily and seamlessly migrate from VMware to Hyper-V and what the immediate benefits are. They will also be exploring customer experiences based on real migrations and the results seen.

Webinar attendees will learn how they can increase performance, decrease infrastructure costs and lower TCO by up to 10x with HyperConverged Infrastructure from Gridstore. The webinar is scheduled for Thursday, August 27that Noon PDT / 3pm EDT / 8pm BST.

Register here

The webinar recording will be sent to all attendees at the conclusion of the session. Participants that attend the entire webinar and be entered to win one of three $100 gift cards!

Gridstore's HyperConverged Appliances (HCA) are purpose-built for the Microsoft Cloud-Inspired Data Center. The HCA brings together compute, SAN and storage into a single system that offers all-flash bare-metal performance, efficient scaling, and scale-to-fit design that eliminates costly compute sprawl. Customers achieve a 10X performance increase with 75% less infrastructure delivering 4X decrease in TCO. The Gridstore HyperConverged Appliance is an ideal platform for infrastructure refreshes and specific Windows workloads such as VDI, SQL Server, Dev/Test, Private Cloud and ROBO.

Gridstore's HyperConverged Infrastructure supports Windows Azure Pack, enabling deployment of Private-Cloud-in-a-Box easily and cost-effectively. Azure Pack provides a multi-tenant, self-service private cloud interface that works with Windows Server and System Center, to deliver self-service provisioning, easy movement of workloads to the cloud, and infrastructure management. Additionally, Gridstore's integration with System Center includes VMM for policy-based provisioning and orchestration of compute and storage resources at VM-level granularity.

Published Monday, August 24, 2015 11:32 AM by David Marshall
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