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Program Overview

The Intel® architecture encompasses a combination of microprocessors and supporting hardware that creates the building blocks for a variety of computing, network and storage systems. Although the architecture is straightforward and remarkably well-supported, the workings of these components may not be obvious to individuals with no previous Intel architecture experience. This training program includes overviews of Intel’s Technology, Architecture and Vision.

Intel’s James Vogeltanz, Data Center Group channel marketing manager and Jennifer Zickel, Product Systems & Collaborations Div. product line manager, explore the Xeon Processor E5-2600 v4 for data center applications and Intel’s latest server boards.

In this video, Markus Leberecht, Intel Senior Data Center Solution Architect, provides an understanding of platform security and how to mix different ingredients from both Intel and HyTrust, to provide trusted secure nodes for your data center.

In this course, David Blunden, Application Engineer for the Intel Non-Volatile Solutions Group discusses the storage transformation and media transitions. You will learn about Intel® Solid State Drives for the Data Center.

Overview of storage challenges in the datacenter and intelligent storage solutions. During this course, Ken LeTourneau discusses the role of Intel® Solid State drives, the media transition occurring in the storage industry and the road to Intel® Optane®.

In this animated video, Intel Cloud Builders University participants learn how Intel® Quick Assist Technology can extend cloud and data center capacity securely and improve storage application performance with hardware-based data compression.

Intel® Builders University