The VMware Storage and Availability team is excited to be participating in this year’s Intel® Cloud Day event. Taking place today, March 31st, in San Francisco, Intel is hosting a day of news announcements, discussions and workshops on the industry leader momentum toward software-defined infrastructure solution delivery.
At 9:00 AM PDT Diane Bryant, senior vice president and general manager for Intel Data Center Group kicks off the event with her keynote. Later in the morning, Skip Bacon, vice president for VMware Storage & Availability Group joins her on stage as part of the storage keynote announcement for the new Intel® Storage Builders program. Listen in on the audio webcast to hear about VMware’s interest as an inaugural member of Intel® Storage Builders.
For more details on Intel® Storage Builders and VMware, visit the newly launch VMware partner microsite to learn about how Intel® optimized VMware Hyper-Converged Software solutions based on Intel® architecture bring together best-in-class compute, storage, networking virtualization, and management offerings. The addition of Storage to the Intel® Builders programs drives the same value in shift to the hyper(visor)-converged infrastructure market that VMware Hyper-Converged Software drives.
Rawlinson Rivera, Principal Architect, Office of CTO for VMware Storage & Availability, is also in attendance at Intel® Cloud Day. As a member of the Storage Solutions Ecosystem Panel, he will join in the discussions on Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) and the new Intel® Xeon® E5v4 announcements. Follow @PunchingClouds as you might get to catch him LIVE on Intel’s Periscope sessions today.
For all the Intel® Cloud Day activities and announcements keep a watch on Twitter #IntelCloudDay #HCI #IntelBuilders and of course @vmwarevsan.
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