EMC World is right over the horizon (May 6-9 in Las Vegas) and we’re all busy making preparations.
If you're debating whether or not to attend, I'd strongly recommend it -- every year the event is more amazing: more content, more big ideas, more great people to interact with -- and (yes!) more fun stuff!
One of the bigger themes at EMC World this year will be software-defined storage: what is it, why does it matter, and what EMC is doing about it.
But the EMC storage team isn’t the only part of the broader EMC federation focused on this topic: related efforts are well underway at VMware as well.
The fun part is that I’m now working with the VMware team: focusing on software-defined storage, software-defined availability and related topics.
This VMware team will be at EMC World 2013 -- and would very much like to meet with a small number of interested customers and partners: to share their strategy and roadmap, and get valuable feedback.
We’ll be scheduling small NDA sessions throughout the EMC World event. Figure about 60 minutes of your time – and conveniently close to the main show floor.
If this sounds like something you and your team might be interested in, please drop me a note at chuck dot hollis at emc dot com. We’ll try and accommodate as many of these as we can handle, but – understandably – space is very limited.
Looking forward to seeing you at a great show!