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When: Jan 30th at 11:30 - 12:30 EST / 16:30 - 17:30 GMT

Implementing SAN storage in business and mission-critical retail locations actually increases risk because of its inherent complexity. Additionally, the capital and management costs make no business sense for these environments.


The combination of server virtualization and storage virtual appliances (SVA) changes the landscape providing a solution that is simple to use and cost effective while still providing high availability.


In this webinar, you will learn how the StorMagic SVA is reinventing network storage for retail environments:

  • Simple to implement over dozens, hundreds and thousands of remote locations
  • Ease of ongoing management and support across remote locations
  • Changes the business economics including capex and opex
  • Ensures in-store application availability cost effectively
  • Examination of a real world use case of a major retailer with over 2,000 locations
  • Speakers for the event include Luke Pruen, Senior Systems Engineer for StorMagic and Tony Asaro, Senior Analyst for the INI Group.


    Access The StorMagic Retail Customer Profile

    As a thank you for registering for our webinar, we are pleased to share our informative retail customer use case of a major retailer with over 2,000 locations.



    This year StorMagic will be exhibiting at the 2013 NEVMUG winter warmer on January the 17th and will be held at the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Winter Warmer brings together over a thousand IT professionals, dozens of vendors and VARs, and technology experts on virtualization, VDI, storage, data protection and security.


    In the breakout session “Networked Storage for Remote Sites and Retail Stores“, StorMagic CEO, Hans O’Sullivan, will be discussing how storage virtual appliances cost effectively addresses challenges inherent to remote sites including HA, ease of management and performance.


    There will also be live demonstrations StorMagic’s storage virtual appliance product, SvSAN, which enables enterprise organizations to affordably achieve high availability across distributed remote stores/sites.