storage2day: Last chance for really early birds

storage2day: Last chance for really early birds

Until Sunday, July 17, those who decide quickly can secure a ticket for storage2day for 399 euros, the regular price is 599 euros. The Heise conference for storage systems and data management is organized by iX-Magazine and dpunkt.verlag and takes place from October 13th to 14th in Munich.

With its technical focus, storage2day is aimed at system administrators, IT managers and all specialists involved in storage and backup. Participants who have been working with storage for some time will find suggestions here to deal with new topics. For those who are familiarizing themselves with new areas, the conference offers the opportunity to familiarize themselves with basic concepts and techniques in a practice-oriented manner

In 2022, the conference will focus on ransomware and data loss prevention. In his keynote speech, security specialist Stefan Strobel will focus on the attacker’s point of view, further presentations will deal with disaster recovery, cyber recovery and incident response or show how an air gap can limit the effects of attacks in times of modern storage architecture.

Storage technologies that are relevant today in high-performance computing will find their way into the mainstream of data centers tomorrow – the past has shown this again and again. This is why storage2day is once again highlighting topics from the HPC environment this year, such as high-performance file systems or Distributed Asynchronous Object Storage (DAOS), which forms the basis of Intel’s exascale architecture.

Open source is also not neglected at storage2day. Six lectures alone are dedicated to all aspects of the distributed object storage Ceph. A Ceph workshop will also take place the day before the conference. Practical reports on data archiving, software defined storage, object and cloud storage complete the program.

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