Kelser “Flexes” its Technical Expertise at the CT Science Center
Hartford, CT - On October 17, information technology professionals and technical experts from Kelser, Cisco, NetApp and Eaton met at the CT Science Center for an interactive dinner event. The discussion revolved around the new datacenter solution, the FlexPod. The event included technical demonstration and presentation and an Oktoberfest-style dinner set in the exciting venue that is the CT Science Center.
Tech giants Cisco and NetApp collaborated to make the infrastructure solution that is The FlexPod. It offers a converged compute, network and storage solution which scales and meets even the most specialized workloads of today’s businesses. The technology also can integrate components from innovators Eaton, VMware, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP and more.
Kelser CTO Jonathan Stone opened up the presentation with a discussion on the current state of the Datacenter. Following Stone were Cisco Engineer, Bill Child and NetApp engineer, David Snyder who, together, presented the value proposition on the solution. Kelser Virtualization Engineer, Matt Kozloski provided some real life case studies. Ken Hoge from Eaton followed with the importance of power with “The Fifth Element of Converged Infrastructure”. Attendees rated the presentations informative and valuable. The event concluded with an Oktoberfest style dinner, complete with schnitzel, sauerbraten, bratwurst, potato pancakes, and strudel.
This event was part of Kelser’s 2013 initiatives, providing education and showcasing cutting edge and current technology information and solutions to meet their clients’ changing business needs.
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