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Infinio on the vBrownBag Stage

Posted by Matt Brender on Sep 9, 2014
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VMworld's Many Stages

Everywhere at VMworld 2014 is a stage. Between the keynotes and breakout sessions, there is one community-led group that is constantly producing video to teach us all about the technical world. The vBrownBag team did an incredible job, giving stage time to dozens of end users and vendors. The Infinio team were proud sponsors of that hard work. 

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Two of us were up on stage to share technical content and have great videos to share:


VMworld, the Storage Show?

CTO Scott Davis presented on storage disruption and its impact on various storage architectures. His story reminds us all of what architectural changes could impact your virtual infrastructure in the coming future. The smiles began when Scott said "When did VMworld become a total storage show anyway?" (Tweet this)

 

Workload Testing is Hard!

I also enjoyed some time on the vBrownBag stage to discuss workload generation. The conversation began with this blog post on how bad testing can be today for both end users and vendors alike. In this round, we get closer to the core problem: workload must match the scale of production and be designed with content-aware I/O generators (Tweet This)





Honored To Be In The Community

We want to offer a well-deserved thank you to the vBrownBag team for their hard work. Infinio was a proud sponsor and the team looks forward to more opportunity to contribute. 

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