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Episode 20 - Datera

The first generation of Scale-out Software-Defined Storage (SDS) typically requires that every node in the cluster uses the same hardware and often even the same physical media. The next generation SDS solutions need to be asymmetrical so that the customer can integrate different node types into the cluster as it scales. An asymmetrical design makes sense since hardware and media change over time. The asymmetrical approach enables customers to reach the full potential of SDS and establish a storage system that can services them for years, if not decades. Organizations, armed with a storage infrastructure built to stand the test of time, are empowered to complete their journey to a software-defined data center.

In this episode of Storage Intensity, George Crump sits down with Nicholas Bellinger and Brett Schechter, Technical Product Marketing at Datera, to discuss the next generation of Scale-Out Software-Defined Storage.


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