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Grass Valley Webinar: Migrating legacy servers to high performance shared storage

Migrating legacy servers to high performance shared storage grass valley webinar-s

Please join a live webinar to learn how you can best transition from legacy video servers to a high performance, shared storage environment, spanning both production and playout.

We’ll look at performance characteristics, and how best to ensure a smooth transition when migrating your storage system.

Additionally, we’ll explain how you can address your current storage needs, while also being ready for the upcoming transition to video-over-IP.

To join this webinar aimed at broadcast engineering and operations management, click here.

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Event time:

Wednesday, July 22, 2015
8:00 am PDT, 11:00 am EDT
4:00 pm GMT, 5:00 EST

60 minute webinar will address:

Performance characteristics you can expect from next generation shared storage
How you can best bridge the storage and server requirements of production and playout
Replacement strategies for end-of-life, legacy server systems
Preparing for migration to video-over-IP

Boost the Privacy and Security of Your Server:

In order to get the most out of this webinar, an understanding of servers will be fundamental. Essentially, a server is a computer program or device that provides a service to another computer program and its user, also known as the client. In a data center, the physical computer that a server program runs on is also sometimes referred to as a server. The machine in question might be a dedicated server or it might be used for other purposes. Servers are probably most common in the gaming industry, particularly multiplayer games, there are a tonne of private game servers that can be joined to play games. You can learn more about servers by taking a look at some of the resources on the Seedbox website.

About the presenter:

Adolfo Rodriguez
Adolfo Rodriguez is Director of Servers & Storage at Grass Valley, and has been at the forefront of the development of video storage solutions in the broadcast industry over many years.