SDC India - Call for Presentations

Speaker Information

SDC India is now seeking the brightest minds in the industry: professional storage developers and researchers willing to share their knowledge and experience by submitting a presentation proposal for consideration at SDC India. Speakers are requested to share their technical knowledge for the benefit of the audience and to avoid sales or marketing presentations. Presentations will be chosen based on their technical merit and interest to the SDC India audience.

The standard session length is 40 minutes, generally consisting of a 35-minute presentation plus 5 minutes for Q&A. 

How to submit your presentation proposal

Submissions will only be accepted via the online form, which can be found here:

Examples of previously presented SDC technical sessions can be found at:

Important Dates/Deadlines

Deadline for submissions is March 1st 2019 **Extended to March 8th**

Final notification of acceptance/non-acceptance of proposals: March 29th 2019 

Receipt of final presentation materials: May 10th 2019

Proposed Agenda Topics       

Categories/Topics for consideration for technical sessions include (but are not  limited to): 

·     Persistent Memory, NVDIMM, Non–volatile Memory

·     Solid State Storage

·     Storage Architecture

·     Storage Performance / Workloads

·     Cloud Storage

·     SMB

·     NFS

·     Object and Object Drive Storage

·     Data Protection and Capacity Optimization

·     File Storage and File Access

·     File Systems

·     Storage Resource Management

·     Storage Security and Identity Management

·     Data Backup and Archiving

·     RDMA (InfiniBand, RoCE, iWARP)

·     Erasure Coding

·     Hyperscaler Storage (SRE Best Practices, Tail Latency)

·     SMR

·     NVMe

·     Long Term Retention / Preservation

·     Green and Energy Efficient IT Technologies

·     Virtualization in Hardware

·     Big Data / Analytics / IoT / Blockchain

·     Computational Storage

·     Emerging Data, Storage, Device and Transport Technologies (GenZ, OpenCAPI, CCIX)