Every year a percentage of VMworld sessions is selected based on community voting. This voting process has started this week and as I submitted a couple of sessions myself I would like to draw some attention to them and ask you to consider voting for them… that is, if you like the session of course. Below you can find the details of the two sessions I personally submitted. Just login and do a search on the session ID which is in bold below
- Frank Denneman and Duncan Epping – Five Functions of Software Defined Availability (4535)
In this session Frank and Duncan will discuss 5 functions of Software Defined Availability, which are part of vSphere 6.0. For each of these functions certain scenarios will be discussed to explain how vSphere can help improving availability of your workloads. This ranges from “how Site Recovery Manager and Storage DRS are loosely coupled but tightly integrated” with vSphere 6.0 to “how vSphere HA responds in the case of a certain failure”. Be prepared to get in to the trenches of workload availability…
- Lee Dilworth and Duncan Epping – Five Common Customer Use Cases for Virtual SAN (4650)
In this quick talk Lee Dilworth and Duncan Epping will discuss the five most common use cases seen within the Virtual SAN install base. This session will not just focus on the use case but also include some common hardware configuration details to provide a better understanding of the flexibility which Virtual SAN offers.