We’re excited to partner with managed services provider for government and enterprise, ID Technologies, to conduct a webinar how to make hardware smarter, more flexible & easier to manage with dynamic composable infrastructure. You can register to take part in the Tuesday, April 14, 1:00 PM ET webinar here.
What we’ll cover: Static hardware stacks are traditionally shipped with resources fixed at the point of purchase, making it difficult to scale to meet surges in data demand. This leads to excessive overprovisioning requirements for meeting peak demand, and valuable equipment sitting idle during non-peak hours, imprisoned in a box and unable to be shared for use by other applications.
Intuitive composable infrastructure software gives IT users the flexibility of a government cloud deployment to on-prem environments without additional costs or fees. Performance for HPC, virtualization, and VDI, AI and machine learning, 5G/Edge deployments, dynamic cloud, and more are all greatly simplified and improved. IT users manage and automate via a simple pane-of-glass GUI, API, or command line, and can add resources in the required amount, when necessary.
Matt Demas, Public Sector CTO for Liqid, will discuss how Liqid’s approach to composable infrastructure vastly improves hardware utilization and drives innovation in government computing. Bryan Courtright, Director, Solutions Architecture Group for ID Technologies, will talk about how composable solutions can be architected for deployment in a service model, on-premises, and in co-locations to meet the compute requirements of individual organizations.
Don’t forget to register! One lucky attendee will receive a $100 gift card to the grocery delivery or food delivery service of their choice. In the meantime, download Liqid’s white paper, “Why Should Enterprises Move to a True Composable Infrastructure Solution,” today and begin mapping out your data center’s transformation free from vendor lock that can be detrimental to innovation. Learn more about Liqid’s technology and contact us to discuss your specific data center needs with a representative.