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Program Overview

Intel is at the forefront of providing technology that is being used to enable the deployment of scale-up and scale-out storage solutions. The Storage Fundamentals Program provides the foundation for understanding data storage,technology and architectures used in the Data Center and Cloud and an overview of Intel’s Technology and Vision for modernizing storage and evolving to a Software Defined Infrastructure.

In this course, Mark W. Henderson, Intel Storage Technology Marketing Engineer, provides a foundational understanding of storage terminology, architectures, and features.

Building on the Storage 101 course, Mark W. Henderson, Intel Storage Technology Marketing Engineer, continues the exploration of current storage architecture and features common to Data Center deployments.

In this video, Mark W. Henderson, Intel Storage Technology Marketing Engineer, explores key components of storage modernization and highlights why modernization is essential to address growing amounts of data and ever changing environments. He also provides specific examples of storage modernization implementation illustrating how these implementations can enhance existing and new storage environments and drive seamless data services in the data center.

Develop an understanding of software-defined infrastructure and how it will transform networking in this presentation by Lynn Comp, Director of Market Development in Intel's Network Platforms Group.

In this course, Arjen van de Ven, Intel Director Advanced Systems Engineering, OTC, discusses the software trends that have led to virtualization and cloud computing and will define container technology and describe its benefits.

This course provides an overview of traditional storage architecture, including key concepts and features of a storage system. In addition, the services driving storage transformation are shared and core offerings of software defined storage are explored.

This course provides a conversation guide while embarking on the journey of storage modernization. Key considerations, when making storage architectural and storage purchasing decisions are shared. In addition, specific examples of solution deployments and capabilities are reviewed.

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