Next Meetup

NetApp - Data Management at Enterprise Scale
The world is changing fundamentally and quickly. Many customers are at the turning point. There is an unstoppable drive toward data management to face IT challenges today. NetApp will discuss these issues and their first generation hyper converged infrastructure that provides guaranteed performance, flexibility & scale, with an automated infrastructure that consolidates mixed workloads with confidence. NetApp develops and delivers a portfolio of products that enable companies to manage their data on Premise, in the Cloud, or in a Hybrid Cloud. Doug will discuss industry trends and how customers are leveraging Next Generation technology that enable better user experiences while lowering IT costs. The Speaker - Doug Brown Doug Brown supports the Cloud Infrastructure division for the New England Territory at NetApp. Prior to working at NetApp Doug has worked for Storage organizations, has sold SaaS and Enterprise software, as well as consulted with many Fortune 100 companies as they developed their Mobile strategy and moved to Agile development methodologies. Doug received both his MBA and BA from Assumption College in Worcester, MA. We'll meet at Mass Bay Community College in Wellesley Hills, in room 316 (follow the signs). As usual, admission is FREE and open to all. Munchies and networking starts at 6:30pm, the meeting starts at 7pm, and ends by approximately 8:45pm. IMPORTANT: You need to have a (free) parking permit and directions. These are located online (print yours) at http://www.bnug.org/parkingpermit Please RSVP if you plan to come or even if you may come so we can have enough space and munchies. If you'd like to bring some munchies to contribute, that would be a big help. Thanks! We may videotape this event. By attending this it, you grant the Boston Network Users Group, True Images Productions, our sponsors, and any other affiliated parties consent to photograph and/or record your voice and image for use on, but not limited to, social media networks, video hosting sites and any other platform available now or in the future in perpetuity. You further acknowledge that the term "photograph" used herein encompasses both still photographs and motion picture footage. Regards, -steve Steve Isenberg Treasurer, BNUG [masked] Details and past meeting information: http://www.bnug.org

Massachusetts Bay Community College

50 Oakland St · Wellesley

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The Greater Boston Network Users Group, BNUG for short, provides an education and technical forum for professionals and those interested in computer networking and related technologies. We hold (free) monthly meetings on technical topics, and that provide an opportunity to meet other professionals to ask questions, get answers, share ideas and information. BNUG has been in existence since its founding in 1986. Our meetings are free and open to everyone interested in joining us. No obligation. No hidden fees (we work off your optional, unpressured donations). No sales meetings -- our meetings are technically oriented.

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