This week I flew to Staines (that is where VMware’s European HQ is these days) to record a video for the Online Technology Forum. For those who don’t know what it is, it is similar to a vForum but in this case you don’t even need to get out of your comfortable chair… you can attend it from home / the office. My session was all about Software Defines Storage, where we are today and where we will be tomorrow. In my session I will discuss things like VSAN, VVols and VAIO. Primarily around what was announced at VMworld, but also with a hint of what is coming for all three of these in the future.
Of course it isn’t just my session. During the Online Technology Forum, which is held on Wednesday the 25th of November, there are many great sessions held by folks like Joe Baguley (keynote), Paul Nothard (vSphere), Mike Laverick (EVO:RAIL), Lee Dilworth (VVol/VSAN) and folks like Robbie Jerrom who is going to tell you all about Cloud Native Apps and those container thingies. And that is not it, Automation / Orchestration / EUC / Networking etc… All part of the agenda.
On top of that, during the sessions you have the ability to ask your questions to a panel of experts who will answer them live online. After my session there also is a live Q&A panel where you can ask your questions directly to one of the experts one the panel (I am one of them, and I believe Joe Baguley is the moderator.)
This event was a huge success 6 months ago, and I don’t expect anything less this time around. Make sure to sign up today and tune in next week.