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PEX 2013 Storage Picks

As many of you are already aware, PEX, the VMware Partner Exchange for 2013 is almost upon us. As usual, I decided to call out a number of sessions which I thought you might be interested in attending from a storage perspective, if you are indeed attending PEX.

In no particular order, these are the storage related sessions which caught my eye.

  • CI1127 – vSphere Data Protection – Technical Deep Dive by Jeff Hunter of VMware
  • CI1435 – Site Recovery Manager – Technical Walkthrough by Ken Wernerburg of VMware
  • TEX1160 – Virtualizing Latency Sensitive Applications by Tim Harris of VMware
  • TEX1437 – Storage Strategies for VMware vSphere & vCloud Suite by Alex Jauch of VMware & Vaughn Stewart of NetApp
  • TEX1496 – What’s New – Storage APIs for Data Protection by Alton Yu of VMware

The content catalog is also live, and you can browse it via this link. And of course, no post would be complete without a shameless plug of my own session which is:

  • TEX1138 – vSphere 5.1 New Storage Features

Hope to see you there.

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Cormac Hogan

About Cormac Hogan

Cormac Hogan is a Senior Staff Engineer in the Office of the CTO in the Storage and Availability Business Unit (SABU) at VMware. He has been with VMware since April 2005 and has previously held roles in VMware’s Technical Marketing and Technical Support organizations. He has written a number of storage related white papers and have given numerous presentations on storage best practices and vSphere storage features. He is also the co-author of the “Essential Virtual SAN” book published by VMware Press.

3 thoughts on “PEX 2013 Storage Picks

  1. bob martoncik

    Question concerning your blog post about SOIC functionality. We are running enterprise 5.1 but the vmfs volumes are still version 3. We get an error that said the lun is connected to pre 4.1 hosts. Does the vmfs also have to be upgraded?

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