You're invited to Software-Defined Storage Day in New York on December 6th, 2017

Join us on December 6th in New York for the first ever event showcasing the latest trends in software defined storage.

Why should you attend an SDS Day?

  • Network with industry peers, Scality partners and market experts
  • Understand the latest storage challenges and how to overcome them
  • Hear how organizations are using SDS to manage their critical storage applications
Learn everything you need to know about current market trends directly from leading industry experts. Don’t miss out - register now to secure your place at SDS Day New York.

Secure your place at our SDS Day in New York by registering now.
1:00 pm: Networking Lunch
2:00 pm: Introduction to SDS Day by David Savage, VP, Scality  
2:10 pm: The Future of Storage is Software-Defined & Multi-cloud - Jerome Lecat, CEO, Scality
2:40 pm: Software Defined Storage & New Business Data Demands -  Patrick Osborne, Senior Director, HPE
3:10 pm: Multi-cloud data management for media content across public and private clouds - Loic Barbou, Consulting Architect, Bloomberg
3:40 pm: Networking Break    
4:00 pm: Multi-cloud Visionary presentation
4:20 pm: Panel Session 'Governance and long term data retention across public and private cloud' - Host: Paul Turner, CMO, Scality & Panelists: Cisco, Data Dynamics, Primary Data, Veeam
5:00 pm: Networking Cocktail 

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SDS Day New York
December 6, 2017
From 1:00PM to 6:00PM

215 Chrystie St.
New York, NY 10002

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Featured Speakers


Jérôme Lecat
Chief Executive Officer

Jérôme Lecat is a serial entrepreneur and business angel with 20 years of internet infrastructure start-up experience. From 2003 to 2010, Jerome led Bizanga, the leading email MTA for service providers, which he founded with Olivier Lemarié, Marc Sheldon and Giorgio Regni. Bizanga achieved major market penetration worldwide and was successfully sold to Cloudmark in February 2010. In 2001, Jerome became Chairman of the Board of Data Center Technology (DCT), a Belgium based start-up which developed a unique Content Addressable Storage (CAS) technology, especially for the backup market. After signing over 70 customers, DCT was sold to Veritas in 2005 with significant profit for its investors. In 1994, together with Olivier Dauchot and Olivier Lemarié, Jérôme founded Internet-Way, an ISP focused on the enterprise market. As CEO, he built the company from a garage start-up to the second largest ISP in France. In 1997, after the company had reached profitability, he sold the company to UUNET, where he served as Vice President of Products for EMEA.

Loic Barbou
Consulting Architect, Bloomberg

Loic has 20 years of experience in software design, development and enterprise architecture including Bloomberg. He currently leads a global group of media providers and organizations in the creation of media standards. In his presentation, Loic Barbou will highlight how Bloomberg addresses the challenges of Multi-Cloud Storage with Scality

Patrick Osborne
Sr. Director of Product Management, Storage and Big Data at Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Mr. Osborne is responsible for product management and marketing in the areas of Secondary Storage, Unstructured Data and Data Protection for the HPE Storage Division. In his current role, his team has responsibility for Big Data solutions including Apollo 4000 platforms, Object Storage, 3PAR File Persona and Data Protection solutions including StoreOnce, Recovery Manager Central and StoreEver product lines. These product lines are HPE's lead-with solutions in the areas of Secondary Storage, Network Attached Storage and Next Generation Backup and Data Retention Architectures.

In addition to his responsibilities within product management, he leads a world class Alliances, Solutions and Technical Marketing team for the Storage and Big Data division.

Patrick joined HPE in 2009 via the IBRIX acquisition. Prior to HPE, he has held Sales and Business Development positions at IBRIX and Sun Microsystems in the area of Storage and Data Management solutions.

Mr. Osborne graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science from the Boston College Carroll School of Management.

Patrick’s current office location is Boston, MA.