Discover the Benefits of Hyper-Convergered Infrastructures and Software Defined Networking

Lunch and Learn

Discover the Benefits of Hyper-Convergered Infrastructures and Software Defined Networking

What:

Join InterWorks and Dell for a lunch and learn in Rogers!

When:

Tuesday June 7th, 11:30am - 1:30pm (UTC)

Where:

Ruth's Chris Steakhouse
3529 South Pinnacle Hills Parkway
Rogers, AR 72758

Join InterWorks and Dell at Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse for lunch and discover the Dell XC Series, powered by Nutanix and the Dell Software Define Networking (SDN) model.

Dell and Nutanix are converging compute, storage and networking into a resilient, highly performant and highly scalable appliance – enabling application and virtualization teams to quickly and simply deploy new workloads.  This solution enables data center capacity to be easily expanded — one node at a time — delivering linear and predictable scale-out with pay-as-you-grow flexibility.

The new networking models driven by software-defined networks and disaggregation offer a promising path to the future.  As a result, the network can be designed to heighten manageability, cost-effectiveness and adaptability. Implementing SDN through an open, industry-standards-based model allows organizations to incorporate best-of-breed network infrastructure and technology.

Discover the key attributes of the Dell XC web-scale appliance:

  • Converged and Software-defined – Seamlessly integrates server and storage resources, with delivered services through using proven Dell hardware
  • Scale-out – Increases performance linearly by adding capacity one node at a time
  • Can be used for any workload, at any scale, including: enterprise business applications – Microsoft, Oracle, SAP; VDI with Citrix XenDesktop and VMware Horizon; virtualized big data applications – Splunk, Hadoop; branch office infrastructure; and private cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS)

 Discover the key attributes of the Dell SDN solution:

  • Out-of-the-box – Family of solutions with choice of controller and programmable interface
  • 3rd Party Operating Systems – Options built for particular environments, such as Cumulus and Big Switch Networks
  • Cloud Environments – Active Fabric Controller programmable software-defined network and application services platform designed to deploy networking functionality in cloud environments leveraging OpenFlow and advanced SDN features
 
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