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Live Webinar: IBM and Catalogic Software Introduce New Hybrid Cloud and DevOps Solutions

Join Catalogic Software and IBM for a major announcement on a new set of joint IBM-Catalogic solutions!

On February 2nd, IBM and Catalogic Software will unveil a new series of solutions that allow IBM clients to dramatically modernize their IT environments, leveraging IBM storage and Catalogic's ECX Data Management platform.  This live event will be broadcast online, worldwide.

WHEN? Tuesday, February 2, 2016 @ 11AM EST (8AM PST)

Register for this live Webinar.

If you join the live event, you'll get to hear from IBM VP of Storage Software & Storwize, Bina Hallman, along with Catalogic Software CEO Ed Walsh, as they discuss how by combining IBM storage and SoftLayer cloud services with Catalogic in-place Copy Data Management, you can drive tremendous IT savings, efficiency and agility. What's more, by working together, the joint solution lets you bridge the gap between traditional data center-based IT and the fast-moving, limitless-scale world of cloud. This also opens the door to valuable use cases such as speedy DevOps software development, along with many other IT projects that are sure to be high on your 2016 priority list.


Join and Learn: 

The session will explain how Catalogic's data management platform leverages IBM storage to deliver key functionality like self-service provisioning and automation--fundamental components of a dynamic infrastructure that allow IT to easily deploy resources and move data in support of operations in the Cloud or in support of DevOps processes. 

It will also include live demonstrations showcasing how the joint solution enables automated operations in the IBM Softlayer Cloud, and how it can be used in conjunction with DevOps automation platform Puppet to automate the deployment of infrastructure resources.

Register now for this live streaming session.

See how easy the pair have made solving what you might have thought of as unsolvable problems.



Published Tuesday, January 26, 2016 6:32 AM by David Marshall
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