Avere and AWS Best Practices Webinar Explores How to Build a Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure
Leading Cancer Research Center to Share How It Leverages Avere and AWS for Compute and Long-Term Storage in the Cloud
PITTSBURGH, PA – July 26, 2017 – Avere Systems, a leading provider of hybrid cloud enablement solutions, today announced an upcoming webinar with Amazon Web Services (AWS) covering best practices for building hybrid cloud infrastructures. The webinar, “Harness the Power of Hybrid Cloud with AWS and Avere,” will focus on the case study of a leading cancer research center. Attendees will learn how organizations with complex IT environments are putting hybrid clouds to work without incurring excessive costs, latency or security concerns.
The Avere and AWS Advantage
Avere helps organizations bridge existing data centers and AWS resources. The hybrid cloud solution gives enterprises the ability to integrate and utilize on premises and cloud resources in a way and at a pace that best suits their specific business needs. AWS provides secure cloud services, offering compute power, database storage, content delivery and other functionality to help businesses scale and grow. Avere allows enterprises to integrate cloud resources with existing NAS infrastructure, delivering high-performance access for computing and seamless integration of cloud and traditional storage.
Webinar: Harness the Power of Hybrid Cloud with AWS and Avere
August 3, 2017 at 8 a.m. PDT and 11:00 a.m. EDT
- Dirk Petersen, Scientific Computing Director, Cancer Research Center
- Jeff Tabor, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Avere Systems
- Ian Scofield, Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services
“Clearing roadblocks to the cloud and finding ways to meet the needs of users and customers more efficiently is a central focus of this webinar,” said Jeff Tabor, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Avere Systems. “By providing an easy on-ramp to the AWS cloud, Avere makes it simple for enterprises to embrace the cloud and benefit quickly from a hybrid infrastructure.”