I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. With it past, we head into the home stretch of 2012, and with that we have the last webcasts of the year.
One of the great things about this series is that every webcast is recorded and then made available for on-demand viewing. As such, you may find it worth your while to register for a webcast you’re interested in even if you can’t attend it live. Folks who register will get email with a link to the recording as soon as it’s posted.
The webcasts run on Thursdays at 8:00 PDT, 11:00EDT, 16:00 UTC. The topics for December and their brief descriptions are listed below. You can register for any of the December webcasts by clicking here.
Accelerate Your IT Transformation with EMC VSPEX
6 December 2012
Josh Mello (@joshmello), VSPEX Technical Solutions Consultant, EMC
Joe Catalanotti, Unified Storage Product Marketing Manager, EMC
Accelerate virtualized infrastructure deployments and transform application delivery with EMC VSPEX and EMC VNX advanced storage technology. Join us to discover how the newest EMC VSPEX solutions can help you revolutionize the way you deploy virtualized infrastructure and applications. We’ll also take a deep dive into VSPEX solutions and advanced VNX technology.
XtremIO: Take your VDI Deployment to the Extreme
13 December 2012
Itzik Reich (@itzikr), Advisory vSpecialist, EMC
Don’t even think of deploying VDI without XtremIO. EMC’s XtremIO array, integrated with VMware View, delivers the lowest cost-per-desktop, while eliminating complex provisioning. Learn the benefits of this powerful, scalable VDI solution, which offers end-user flexibility plus advanced IT control. We promise that this webcast will change the way you think about VDI storage architecture.
Chad’s Choice – Virtually Any Virtualization Topic
20 December 2012
Chad Sakac (@sakacc), Senior Vice President, Global System Engineers, EMC
Join the party, as we finish up our 2012 EMC Solutions for VMware webcast season with Chad Sakac, Senior Vice President, Global System Engineers, EMC. Catch up with Chad to get the latest virtualization news plus some interesting surprises. No word yet on the choice of topic, but I’m sure Chad will keep it interesting.