Coho Data CTO and Co-Founder, Andrew Warfield Speaking at ONUG 2016Coho Data, a leading innovator in scale-out flash storage for the enterprise, today announced Coho Data CTO and co-founder, Andrew Warfield will participate in the “Networking is Fast Becoming the Bottleneck for Storage and Compute, How Do We Fix It?” Town Hall Meeting at ONUG 2016 on May 11, 2016. The Open Networking USER GROUP spring conference will take place in Mountain View, Calif. at the Intuit Building 6 from May 9-11, 2016.
Palo Alto, CALIF. — May 5, 2016—This ONUG Community Town Hall Meeting, which also includes speakers from Cisco Systems, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Brocade, will focus on how to balance or optimize traffic flows within a converged network infrastructure where Ethernet supports datagram and storage traffic. In addition to compute, now with solid state technology, storage media is no longer the performance bottleneck; instead, the network has become the bottleneck. Furthermore, Coho Data’s Andrew Warfield, will discuss the importance of why storage systems must learn to constantly evolve and innovate in order to handle the reality of the new datacenter environment.
The goal of the ONUG 2016 Conference is to advance open networking and open storage by facilitating a higher level of engagement between IT business leaders, standards and open source organizations, and members of the academic, vendor, and service provider communities. The ONUG Community Town Hall Meeting provides a forum for open and frank discussion between IT business leaders and industry leaders to explore issues associated with operationalizing open infrastructure technologies.
About Coho Data
Coho Data’s scale-out storage platform enables companies to bring the efficiency and flexibility of the public cloud into their on-premise datacenters for greater security and performance. Coho Data’s architecture is designed to efficiently harness the performance of flash and is designed for demanding enterprise applications at any scale.
Coho Data is headquartered in Palo Alto, California, with offices in Canada, the U.K. and India. For more information, visit Coho Data at www.cohodata.com and follow us on Twitter at @cohodata.
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