Before going on to an interview on SiliconAngle.tv and speaking at a Super Session on “How Cisco and VMware Collaborate to Build the Cloud”, Soni Jiandani gave me a couple of minutes to sum up the Cisco innovations announced and on display at VMworld 2011.
Some things Soni mentions:
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Tags: @ciscoDC, Cisco, data center, Nexus 1000v, UCS, virtualization, vmworld, VMworld 2011
So VMworld Las Vegas is now in the rear-view mirror, and VMworld Copenhagen looms in the distance. Were you there? Did you get a chance to check out our VXI demo? If your calendar was packed, but missed the VXI breakout session on Monday, I’d encourage you to check out the online replay of #SPO3989 (Cisco VXI: Optimized Infrastructure for Scaling View Desktops) once it’s available. We also had some important announcements speaking to our joint innovation with VMware, captured here. Read More »
Tags: FlexPod, netapp, UCS, vdi, VMware, vmworld, vxi
It’s time for another installment in the Daily Blogger Techminute from VMworld 2011 in Vegas. This edition we will focus on the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) and we will hear from a couple of UCS stars. Read More »
Tags: UCS, unified computing system, vmworld
This is a review post for the Big Compute and Big Data, NoSQL session. Hmm, when signing up for the session I was concerned about being a little lost on the topic, but the panel was very good.
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Tags: Big Compute, Big Data, Nexus 2000, Nexus 3000, Nexus 4000, Nexus 5000
Daily Blogger Techminute is back in Vegas Baby, Vegas!! This time it’s for VMworld 2011. So far the show has been huge (20,000+ attendees) and past paced with announcements from Cisco, VMware and our partners. The Cisco booth is focused on Cloud/Virtualization, VDI/VXI and Automation, so we thought it would be great to kick off the week with experts in all of those areas.
Our techblogger guests today were:
Tags: automation, Cloud Computing, Vblock, vdi, VMware, VMworld 2011