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vCloud Suite 5.5 – Click Thru Demos available online

As part of the launch collateral for vCloud Suite 5.5, VMware’s Technical Marketing team has created a number of ‘click-thru’ demos. These have been used extensively at VMworld 2013, both in break-out sessions and in the VMware booth.

However, these demos are also available online, and can be readily accessed by VMware customers who are interested in seeing some of the new features in version 5.5 first hand.

The navigation is quite simple. The upper left hand corner, when clicked, will give you a list of available demos. The upper right hand corner (i for information) will display screen navigation tips, such as turning on and off annotation and turning on and off demo notes.

We have demos covering Virtual SAN (which I used in my VSAN Session at VMworld), but also VDP, Application HA, Flash Read Cache, and many more.

The link to the demos is here – http://vmwarewalkthroughs.com/vCloudSuite5-5/. Check back regularly to see new content and videos, which we plan to add very soon.

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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.

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