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ActiveDR: Simple, Continuous Replication by Pure Storage

This Gestalt IT Showcase is presented by Larry Touchette and James Gallegos from Pure Storage.

Key Insight:
Introducing the latest replication technology from Pure Storage, ActiveDR. ActiveDR provides continuous, near synchronous, replication for FlashArray™ and greatly simplifies disaster recovery workflows like test failover, real failover, and failback.

 

Presenters:

Larry Touchette, Director of Product Management | LinkedIn
Since joining Pure in 2014, Larry has worked on several key features of the FlashArray™ including deduplication, compression, non-disruptive upgrades and capacity consolidation, synchronous replication and transparent failover, and asynchronous replication. Larry also works with virtualization solutions and their interaction with data replication technologies and transparent failover solutions since the early 2000s.


James Gallegos, FlashArray™ Product Marketer | LinkedIn
James joined Pure in early 2016 and is part of the FlashArray™ Product Marketing organization. James is an experienced data center architect, systems engineer, product marketer, and technologist. He is passionate about disruptive technologies and brings a well-rounded perspective to the industry, with hands-on experience of the end-to-end data center stack.

 
Panelists:


Josh Fidel
@JCEFidel

Gina Rosenthal
@GMinks

Max Mortillaro
@DarkkAvenger

Paul Woodward
@ExploreVM

 


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