At the March 14, 2019 meeting of Minneapolis/St. Paul Regional CMG, the chapter hosted a number of speakers on the topic of “Storage – The Final Frontier of Innovation.” Henry Newman, CTO for Seagate Government Solutions, was a keynote presenter and his talk covered current and emerging standards for the protection of data on storage devices.
About the Presenter:
Henry has over 37 years of advanced systems architecture and performance analysis expertise in solving the most complex challenges for customers in government, scientific research, and industry around the world. This comprehensive experience includes hardware and software requirements analysis and design; file system and HSM design and optimization; system performance analysis and optimization; storage system architecting; high-performance networking; and; capacity planning with a focus on high-performance computing and advanced UNIX, Linux and Windows systems. For the last few years, Mr. Newman has been focusing on security issues for large storage systems. Mr. Newman worked at Cray Research in a variety of capacities for over 11 years until 1992. Mr. Newman was then the CTO/CEO of Instrumental until its recent acquisition by Seagate. Mr. Newman is now the CTO for Seagate Government Solutions and works with engineering teams across Seagate’s production lines from individual storage components to complete systems, with a special emphasis on security.