Vote for HDS at VMworld
by Hu Yoshida on Jun 4, 2012
VMworld is scheduled for August 26 to 30 in San Francisco. VMworld has opened up the voting for sessions that you would like to see on the agenda. Voting closes June 8th and I would like to call out some sessions, which should be of interest to you. Individuals will need to create accounts or sign in to vote – here is the link: https://vmworld2012.activeevents.com/scheduler/publicVoting.do
As VMware systems continue to grow and increase their scope on mission critical applications, a new approach is required toreduce the TCO for Virtual machines. The speakers will be Leah Schoeb of Evaluator Group and Justin Augat of Hitachi Data Systems. Their session will outline a framework to identify, measure, and reduce the cost of growing VMs and they will provide customer proof points.
2546 The emergence of the Storage Hypervisor Virtualization is About More Than the Server
The success of the Server Hypervisor virtualization, has created a demand for Storage Hypervisor Virtualization to maximize the total business benefits of virtualization. This may well be the foundation for future storage systems. Mark Peters of Enterprise Strategy Group moderates a panel of industry leaders in the field of storage hypervisors, including Ron Riffe of IBM, Mark Davis of Virsto Software, George Teixeira of DataCore, and Michael Heffernan of Hitachi Data Systems. This panel will discuss and debate the definition, benefits, and future of storage hypervisors.
Cast your votes for these sessions and I hope to see you at VMworld: https://vmworld2012.activeevents.com/scheduler/publicVoting.do