Many of you have been asking for the status of the sessions submitted for VMworld by NetApp, our customers and partners. It looks like the VMworld 2010 Content Catalog has been posted. While I haven’t received confirmation from John Troyer, it appears the catalog is a work in progress. I make this suggestion, as a number of our session confirmations have yet to be published online.
As many of you may know, past two years Chad Sakac (EMC), Adam Carter (HP), and I have attempted to host a storage panel where we discuss the current state and future direction of storage with cloud deployments. If you have been one of the many who expressed interest in attending such a session then you’re in luck; VMware has approved our session for VMworld 2010!
Title: Storage Super-Heavyweight Challenge
Abstract: Panel session to discuss all things storage, paneled by some of the best known storage experts from the major vendors.
- Chad Sakac, VP of VMware Alliances – EMC
- Adam Carter, Worldwide Product Manager HP Storage – Hewlett Packard
- Vaughn Stewart, Virtualization Evangelist – NetApp
Technical Level: Technical
Track: Technology and Architecture
Area of Interest: SMB
Length: 60 minutes
The session title cracks me up!
You may recall Chad, Adam and I participated in the very popular “Super Friends” iSCSI best practices blog and VMworld Communities Roundtable Podcast. If you found these online collaborations informative and entertaining then catch session TA8623. It’s sure to be
a brawl a blast. 🙂
As for the rest of the NetApp sessions, I’ll publish an update once all of the NetApp related sessions are available online.