VMworld 2014 Session 1328 – Choosing the Appropriate Storage Solutions for Microsoft Tier-1 Applications

15May14

There only a few days left to vote, so…

Please take a moment and vote for session 1328

 

VMworld session 1328 is open to public voting.  I think this could be a really interesting panel discussion and I would encourage you to sign in and vote.  VMware has invited EMC’s Matt Liebowitz (author of “Virtualizing Microsoft Business Critical Applications on VMware vSphere) and yours truly to discuss choosing the correct storage options for Microsoft Tier 1 applications.

 

1.  Log into vmworld.com and click on Vote for your favorite proposals today

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2.  Click on the Display Filter Options button and sort by 1328

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3.  last but not least click on the thumbs up icon to cast your vote.

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Abstract:

Choosing the Appropriate Storage Solutions for Microsoft Tier-1 Applications

Storage is often the most contentious topic when it comes to the virtualization of tier-1 applications. Choosing the right storage configuration for your critical applications involves a number of difficult considerations, requiring more deliberate and informed evaluation of all available options. This panel discussion will bring together several storage and application virtualization experts (from EMC, NetApp, Nutanix and VMware) and will be focused entirely on TECHNICAL discussion of the problems and solutions associated with choosing the correct storage options for Microsoft tier-1 applications.

 

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