DataCore to Present on Hyper-Converged Infrastructure and Software-Defined Storage at Data Storage Innovation Conference 2016

Company’s Director of Product and Solutions Marketing

to Highlight Hyper-Converged Use Cases and Software-Defined Storage Applications in the Healthcare Industry

Ibrahim Rahmani is director of product and solutions marketing at DataCore Software, the leader in Parallel-Powered SoftwareApplication-Adaptive Data Infrastructure and Hyper-converged Virtual SAN solutions. He has more than 20 years of storage
background at companies including EMC, Veritas, VMware, and Nimble Storage. He is an experienced presenter that has presented at VMworld, Symantec Vision,
and various storage events.

Rahmani will be presenting two sessions at the upcoming Data Storage Innovation Conference (DSI), an SNIA event.

On Monday, June 13, Rahmani will present “Hyperconverged Infrastructure – Use Cases and Buyer’s Guide.” The interest in hyper-converged infrastructure
has increased dramatically in the last few years. But there is a lot of confusion in the market. Which use cases are best suited for hyper-converged? What
should a buyer look for when evaluating different hyper-converged products? How to manage hyper-converged in your infrastructure? How does Software-defined
Storage (SDS) fit into all of this?

During this session, Rahmani will discuss the best use cases for hyper-converged infrastructure as well as the most important criteria for selecting the
right solution. From there, he will detail the fastest way to incorporate hyper-converged into the existing infrastructure and the easiest way to manage

Rahmani’s second session, “SDS in Practice at Mission Community Hospital,” will be held on Wednesday, June 15. Healthcare IT organizations face many
challenges in supporting high-quality medical services. Regulations, the move to electronic records and more sophisticated imaging systems have skyrocketed
the amount of data related to patients. In addition, IT has to maintain continuous operations around the clock and deliver the application performance
needed by clinicians and staff.

Attendees of this session will learn how Mission Community Hospital used Software-Defined Storage (SDS) to safeguard patient data, store optimally all
medical information and accelerate access to applications involved in patient care. Among the benefits the hospital has seen from SDS are:

· Over two years of 24x7x365 operations without any data outages

· 87% reduction in the amount of time to provision additional storage

· Up to 5x performance increase from their PACS systems.

Ibrahim Rahmani’s first presentation, “Hyperconverged Infrastructure – Use Cases and Buyer’s Guide,” will take place on Monday, June 13 at 11:40 a.m. –
12:20 p.m. His second session, “SDS in Practice at Mission Community Hospital,” is scheduled for Wednesday, June 15 at 10:00 – 10:40 a.m.

Marriott San Mateo Hotel

1770 South Amphlett Blvd

San Mateo, CA 94402

About DataCore

DataCore, the Data Infrastructure Software company, is the leading provider of Software-Defined Storage and

Adaptive Parallel I/O Software

– harnessing today’s powerful and cost-efficient server platforms with Parallel I/O to overcome the IT industry’s biggest problem, the I/O bottleneck, in
order to deliver unsurpassed performance, hyper-consolidation efficiencies and cost savings. The company’s comprehensive and flexible storage
virtualization and hyper-converged virtual SAN solutions free users from
the pain of labor-intensive storage management and provide true independence from solutions that cannot offer a hardware agnostic architecture. DataCore’s
Software-Defined and Parallel I/O powered platforms revolutionize data infrastructure and serve as the cornerstone of the next-generation, software-defined
data center – delivering greater value, industry-best performance, availability and simplicity. Visit or call (877) 780-5111 for more information.


For media & PR inquiries:

SVM on behalf of DataCore

Jill Colna or Sarah Anderson


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