Well its official, the word is out. VMworld 2013 sessions have been announced and from the looks of it I will be attending both US and Barcelona again this year (hopefully I won’t fall a sleep everywhere in Barcelona this time). I will be delivering a couple of sessions again this year. The session below should be of great interest on the topic Software Defined Storage. I hope to see everyone at VMworld again this year for all of the great announcements, events, and gatherings. So register for VMworld 2013 and sign up for my sessions. (My other sessions will be listed at a later time on the VMworld sessions catalog)
- Session ID: STO4798
- Track: Storage
- Speakers: Wade Holmes, Rawlinson Rivera
- Session Title: Software-Defined Storage: The VCDX Way
- Session Abstract: Storage is one of the key pillars within every datacenter. Leveraging software-defined storage is key to unleashing the full benefits of the Software-Defined Data Center. But as with any new technology, one must understand how software-defined storage fits into their current datacenter architectures. VMware Certified Design Experts utilize an architectural methodology that eases the adoption of new technology to meet your business needs. Join us learn hot to design, implement and integrate software-defined storage solutions, the VCDX way.
Update – New Session Alert
As I promised when I initially wrote this post “My other sessions will be listed at a later time” well… its that time now. I have one more session that was recently added to the VMworld 2013 content catalog.
- Session ID: STO5359
- Track: Storage
- Speakers: Rawlinson Rivera
- Session Title: VMware Virsto Technical Overview
- Session Abstract: This session will cover the VMware Virsto product. VMware Virsto is a software-defined storage solution designed to optimize existing block based storage infrastructure by improving performance, capacity & management of traditional storage for virtual environments. VMware Virsto is based on a virtual machine centric model that is focus around data services.
I hope to see as many folks as possible at VMworld 2013 and my sessions.
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