Date: 4 October 2019 (Friday)
Time: 5:00 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
Venue: Tin Ka Ping Lecture Theatre (LT-1), Floor 4, Yeung Kin Man Academic Building, CityU
Mr. Raymond Lee, Principle Architect, APAC Office of CTO


Object Storage has been one of the buzz words in recent years, especially in the context of cloud infrastructure and applications.

In this one hour session, NetApp will go through some of the fundamentals of object storage, how it is different from other form of storage architecture, the benefits it brings to the table and a few use cases: some more typical, some more modern but increasingly popular.


  • Introduction to Object Storage concept: key components and architecture
  • Object Storage functions and how it is different from traditional storage systems
  • Use cases of object storage: how to leverage on its differences?
  • Q & A

Mark your calendar now if you don't want to miss it!


About the Speaker:

Joining NetApp in 2010, Mr. Raymond Lee brought with him 28 years of IT technology experience from IBM, Sun Mircosystems and a couple of storage technology OEMs.

Currently as a Principle Architect focusing on Object Storage and Cloud technologies, Raymond has been architecting designs of solutions for major customers using various NetApp technologies and was involved in most of the major StorageGrid deployment in the APAC region.

Raymond is an NetApp Certified Storage Associate - Hybrid Cloud and also a certified AWS Solution Architect – Associate since 2017.


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