|By Marketwired .||
|August 18, 2014 10:47 AM EDT||
ATLANTA, GA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/18/14 -- StorTrends
The StorTrends division of American Megatrends Inc. (AMI) today announced it is resuming its hugely popular "Steak & Storage" nationwide tour this month, with stops in Indianapolis, Indiana, Atlanta, Georgia and Birmingham, Alabama. Datacenter professionals will have the opportunity to enjoy a complementary steak lunch and network with their peers, while learning about how hybrid and/or all-flash storage can dramatically improve application performance, as well as lower overall datacenter expense.
Are you contemplating hybrid of all-flash SSD storage? Do you have questions about how to deploy and/or improve virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)? And/or, would you like to learn more about how to determine the hot or active data within your environment? Then, the StorTrends Steak & Storage events are for you!
August 20, 2014, Ruth's Chris Steak House
Register Here: http://www.stortrends.com/company/news-events/?events=131
August 26, 2014, Ruth's Chris Steak House
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August 28, 2014, Ruth's Chris Steak House
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@StorTrends Steak & Storage nationwide tour resumes - register here: http://www.stortrends.com/company/news-events/
To review the continuously updated StorTrends' events calendar, including all currently scheduled Steak & Storage events, please visit: http://www.stortrends.com/company/news-events/
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