Date: 31st Mar 2011
Venue: Michael Caines @ Abode, Manchester
Utility Storage: the future, today? CBR is pleased to announce another of our exclusive private dining events in association with our partner for the evening, HP.
Schooled under the critical eye of Raymond Blanc, Michael Caines and his restaurants are now probably the most talked-about in the culinary world. With his unique take on European fare, this promises to be one of the best CBR Dining Clubs ever. Find out for yourself why he was voted Restaurateur of the Year by The Sunday Times whilst networking with your peers
Join us to experience their exquisite cuisine, network with peers and hear the reasons behind the most talked about acquisition of 2010.
HP 3PAR Utility Storage can dramatically cut costs from the storage infrastructure, while coping with the highest demands for capacity, throughput and agility. Attend this CBR Dining Club to understand the capabilities of HP 3PAR's Utility Storage, originally embraced by service providers and now finding rapid adoption in the enterprise as the storage of choice for private clouds.
HP bought 3PAR for $2.35bn in September last year but only after winning a furious bidding war. So why was there so much excitement around 3PAR? This event will put HP 3PAR's Utility Storage in context, help attendees understand the implications for storage of moving towards private clouds and highly virtualized environments.
You'll hear how HP 3PAR can save 90 per cent of an existing storage management overhead.
Who should attend:
CIOs, data centre managers, storage managers or anyone with responsibility for their storage infrastructure.
- Seeking to virtualise their storage to gain better utilisation and efficiency
- Considering a move to private clouds
- Struggling to afford the cost of out-of-control storage growth
- Keen to slash storage management costs by as much as 90 per cent
The evening will feature a lively talk from Tim Pitcher of HP as well as a no-holds barred Q&A chaired by CBR editor Jason Stamper.
The dinner is free to attend. Places are limited to 15 and are strictly reserved for senior executives involved in IT management.