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The storage architecture you will need for a private cloud deployment will probably be very different to what you have today. So what level of performance, and what attributes does it need to have? And how do you migrate from what you have now into what you have next? What will you need to spend, and what are the common mistakes that you want to avoid? How much storage do you need and how will you budget for pooled / shared storage in your private cloud?

Making more good decisions, and fewer bad decisions, about your storage architecture is the topic of our Regcast Cloud storage matters on February 26 at 11:00 GMT. Joining Tim Phillips to discuss this are Tony Lock, from Freeform Dynamics, plus Phil Lewis and Phil Hooker from HP. They have the experience you need to make the right decisions about the potential weak link in your private cloud.

You can get involved in the discussion and join us live from the confines of your desk, for free, by clicking right here. ®

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