SageCloud CEO Jeff Flowers to lead Executive Roundtable on Use Cases for Cold Data Storage

BOSTON, Mass. – November 19, 2013 — / — SageCloud, Inc., a leader in ultra-reliable storage systems at disruptive price points for archive, backup and big data analytics, today announced that Jeff Flowers, CEO of SageCloud and former CTO and founder of Carbonite, will lead two Executive Roundtables at the Enterprise 451 Executive Storage Summit on December 2nd, 2013 at the JW Marriott Essex House in New York. Flowers will join distinguished analysts from 451 Research and TheInfoPro, industry leaders from Credit Suisse, BNY Mellon and NY Life and storage technology vendors including Nexenta, Ctera, and PureStorage, at this strategy-defining event.

The Enterprise 451 Executive Storage Summit is an exclusive, invitation-only summit providing a 360° perspective on storage for the modern enterprise IT decision maker. Through a one day agenda of 451 Research Analyst insight, peer-to-peer best practice case studies, ‘best of breed’ vendor interaction, and by utilizing Enterprise 451‘s unbiased source of quantitative and qualitative information, Enterprise 451 Events help CIOs, IT Directors and other IT leaders make technology selection decisions that represent the best fit and best value for their organization.

CEO Jeff Flowers will share insights from his experience managing hundreds of Petabytes of storage while CTO of online consumer backup provider Carbonite, and he will lead an interactive discussion around new storage technologies designed for “Cold Data” – inactive data that is written once and infrequently accessed. SageCloud’s technical team has developed an object-based, on premise solution that works effectively across a range of Cold Data Storage use cases, from backup to Big Data, dramatically lowering the cost of storage while offering robust reliability, high-throughput and energy efficiency.

“Driven by the emergence of software-defined and open-standards approaches, I believe that we are entering the most interesting and potentially disruptive period in the history of the enterprise storage industry,” said Simon Robinson, research vice president – storage for 451 Research. “We look forward to exploring these themes in greater depth at the Storage Summit, and hearing how technology pioneers such as SageCloud are innovating to meet the evolving requirements of the next-generation datacenter.”

To request a complimentary invitation to the Summit, contact SageCloud at or visit the Enterprise 451 Executive Storage Summit registration link at

About SageCloud
SageCloud’s mission is to deliver breakthrough price points for Cold Storage – cost-effectively managing storage of petabyte-scale data that is written once but infrequently accessed.  With SageCloud, data center professionals can reap the benefits of storage on disk at price points approaching storage on tape. To achieve these economics, the SageCloud team has integrated open source and proprietary software to resolve the data durability deficiencies of commodity drives and leverage better power management designs of open stack enclosures. SageCloud is headquartered in Boston, MA.

Marni Hoyle
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Source: SageCloud


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