I just got the news that two of my VMworld sessions have been accepted. I wanted to share with you which ones so you can keep track (if you want):
- BCO1159 – Architecting and Operating a vSphere Metro Storage Cluster by Lee Dilworth and Duncan Epping
In this session Lee Dilworth and Duncan Epping will discuss the design and operational considerations for vSphere Metro Storage Clusters environments, also commonly referred to as stretched cluster environments. Best practices around implementation and design will be shared. Various failure scenarios which can occur in a stretched storage environment are discussed in-depth including how vSphere 5.x responds to these failures. We will cover the implication on your vSphere HA, DRS and Storage DRS configuration and provide recommendations how to increase availability and simplify operations!
- VSP1504 – Ask the Expert vBloggers with Rick Scherer, Frank Denneman, Chad Sakac, Scott Lowe and Duncan Epping
Back by high demand, the Ask the Expert vBloggers panel session. Show up and ask any question you like to a panel consisting out of know community members! This was one of the best voted sessions last year and with people like Frank, Rick, Scott and Chad sitting next to me I know it is going to be awesome again. Lets just hope Rick brings his buzzer again so he can buzz Chad when he starts preaching again 🙂
In a couple of weeks when all sessions are listed I will also create a nice “Top 20 – VMworld Sessions” article again, but for now I want to thank everyone who voted and am hoping to see all of you at VMworld.
Michael Wilmsen says
To bad, the one Eric and I submitted got rejected:(
I can understand everyone there except for “the Chad”. not quite sure why he’s there unless they needed an marketing expert on stage…