Compuverde CEO Stefan Bernbo will talk about hybrid cloud at Huawei Storage Summit 2015

Compuverde today announced that its founder and CEO, Stefan Bernbo, will be sharing leading practices for deploying scale-out vNAS in hybrid cloud environments at the Huawei-hosted Storage Summit 2015 in Shenzhen on Nov. 3 and 4. For more information, visit

Bernbo will address today’s storage challenges and opportunities in the context of the industry’s interest in leveraging hybrid clouds.

  • The possibilities of vNAS:Bernbo’s session will discuss requirements, challenges and solutions when architecting a scale-out NAS for a hybrid-cloud environment. The talk will introduce why the unified file system approach offered by scale-out vNAS environments has the potential to solve issues seen in hybrid cloud environments today.
  • Best practices for better solutions:The presentation will include best practices on how to architect a scale-out vNAS for deployment in a hybrid cloud environment.
  • Accomplished system and software architect:Stefan Bernbo is the founder of Compuverde, a software-defined storage provider that delivers hyper-converged, flash-enabled vNAS for webscale architectures. With almost 25 years of experience, Bernbo has designed and built numerous enterprise-scale data storage solutions designed to be cost-effective for storing massive data sets.


Stefan Bernbo, CEO and founder, Compuverde, said:

“The infrastructure of today’s hybrid cloud environments does not permit a unified file system that spans both public and private cloud environments. This means that a VM stored in the public cloud cannot access files stored in the private cloud, and vice versa. This dramatically slows down cloud management, introduces significant levels of complexity and confusion and prohibits leveraging hybrid cloud to its desired potential. I’m looking forward to sharing my insights on how scale-out vNAS deployment offers a solution to hybrid cloud management issues in a way that maximizes performance, ease of use and flexibility.”

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