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Gridstore Webinar: Gridstore Scale-out Storage Make VM Backups a Snap
By: Derek Kol
Feb. 27, 2013 02:09 PM
Gridstore, a provider of software defined storage solutions, has announced an upcoming webinar on the benefits of scale-out NAS for VM backups.
Traditional storage solutions today force you to over provision, an expensive way of delivering performance. Today's virtualization environments need scalability and efficiency. You no longer have to worry about trade-offs between cost and scalability for your VM backups-the Grid delivers both-making it the ideal target for backing up your Windows data and VMs in physical and virtual environments.
Join Gridstore on Thursday, February 28, 2013 at 10:00amPST and discover:
Attendees can now register for the webinar by visiting: http://bit.ly/13M8Xfl
For more information, please visit www.gridstore.com
For parties interested in NAS, Network Attached Storage, NAS Storage Server, NAS Storage System, Scale Out Storage, Storage Array, Scalable Storage, NAS Server, File Storage
Gridstore is the leading provider of software defined storage that turns simple storage building blocks into the world's most powerful and affordable storage without limits. Gridstore brings the era of mainframe-style monolithic storage and its disruptive forklift upgrades to an end. The Grid allows businesses to start small and pay as they grow to any size while growing more powerful with each additional block. We eliminate the frustrations of planning and forecasting for the unknown. No more headaches, no more disruption to the business. Now you can effortlessly give your organization the powerful storage it demands. Gridstore is headquartered in Mountain View, Calif. For more information, please visit: http://www.gridstore.com.
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