It has been a great year for Data Virtualization at Cisco Live! Milan, Melbourne, and Toronto were fantastic opportunities to introduce Data Virtualization to Cisco customer and partner audiences. And we have saved the best for last with multiple activities at Cisco Live! San Francisco.
We kick things off on Monday May 18 with a by-invitation program for Cisco Data Virtualization customers and prospects. We start the day at 3:00 with a special pass to John Chambers’ keynote address. This is followed by a reception, data virtualization demo and tour in the World of Solutions hall. And we close the evening with a dinner at one of San Francisco’s finest restaurants. Participants in this program return on Wednesday night for a special performance by Lenny Kravitz. If you would like to join us, please contact Paul Torrento at email@example.com.
For those of you attending the full event, Data Virtualization is also featured in two sessions both entitled, Driving Business Outcomes for Big Data Environment. I will lead a quick summary session on Thursday at 11:15am, with Jim Green providing a deeper-dive technical session from 11:30-12:30 that day. In these sessions we will address one of the major issues organizations are facing as a consequence of exponential data growth – that is the huge expenses required to upgrade capacity in their enterprise data warehouses. To avoid this spend, customers are looking for lower cost alternatives such as offloading infrequently used data to Hadoop. In these sessions you will find out about Cisco’s complete solution with Unified Computing System hardware and Data Virtualization software and Services methodology.
Please also stop by the Data Virtualization booth in the Cisco Services pavilion where we can chat about your business outcome objectives and how data virtualization can help.
And if you can’t make it to Cisco Live! San Francisco, then no worries. Just check out the recording of my colleague Peter Tran’s session, Utilizing Data Virtualization to Create More Business Agility and Better Decision-Making, from Cisco Live! Milan. It’s a great crash course intro to data virtualization.