View the 2015 Storage Developer Conference Agenda
View the SDC 2015 agenda which includes over 90 breakout sessions across as many as 5 tracks over 4 days that will cover topics such as File Systems, Software Defined Storage, SMB, Security, Performance, and more.
This year, there is also a special focus on Disruptive Technologies (Persistent Memory, Object Drives, SMR Drives ) which will help you learn what is new and how to prepare for the changes that are coming.
Attend SNIA’s Data Storage Security Summit
Taking place at the Santa Clara Hyatt Regency on September 24th, the 2015 Data Storage Security Summit attendees will sharpen their data security IQ, network with industry experts, and influence where the industry is going.
The agenda will feature state of the industry perspectives followed by case-studies, best practices, and solutions on data storage security and data protection. Additionally, a series of roundtables will address hot topics and emerging requirements for data storage security as it applies to cloud security, new industry standards, IoT, data privacy regulations, big data, and more. View the working agenda here.
Calling all Storage Subject Matter Experts
Contribute to developing our new storage certification. If you are a Storage professional with the level of experience and storage industry experience we need, we would welcome your help. Click Here for details.
Vendor-Neutral Certification Training Offered in August
Gain a solid understanding of storage networking technologies and better prepare yourself to take the CompTIA Storage+ Powered by SNIA Certification (SGO–001) exam in this 4½–day class. This class will contain a “Hands–on” configuration component, so students will get to experience the curriculum both in theory, and in practice.
Class will be held in Colorado Springs August 24-28. View details here.
Featured Article: Object Drives in the Enterprise
With rising demands for scale-out storage systems, we rush into an era of booming object storage solutions such as Hadoop, OpenStack Swift, and Ceph among others. As the growth of data accompanies the rapid development of information technologies, Object Drives are expected to thrive ubiquitously in storage tiers, not only in cold storage. With Object Drives, the traditional intelligent functions, which use to reside on storage systems likely, will be moved to the drives. Learn why Object Drives will be the better choice for storing heterogeneous unstructured and semi-unstructured data. Read the full article here.
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SNIA Supports New ISO/IEC 27040:2015 a Standard for Information Technology, Security Techniques and Storage Security
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