Andy Thurai is coming to Cloud Field Day 8, so let’s get to know him!
Tech Field Day Events
John Deegan is coming to Mobility Field Day 5, so let’s get to know him!
At Tech Field Day 21, Google Cloud highlighted Google VMware Engine (GVE), a subscription-based service offering that brings VMware to Google Cloud Platform (GCP). GVE leverages VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) to brings familiar VMware solutions like vCenter, HCX, NSX-T, and vSAN to Google Cloud.
Neil Anderson is coming to Cloud Field Day 8, so let’s get to know him!
Jim Jones is coming to Cloud Field Day 8, so let’s get to know him!
What does your branch office look like? I’m sure the answer to that question is different than it was just six months ago. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look back at Riverbed’s presentation from Networking Field Day 22 and how they have the right tools to make your new branch work just like it should.
How much time does it take before you know you’ve been breached? How much time do you spend figuring out what you need to know so you can respond appropriately? How many precious minutes are wasted gathering info from the four corners of your enterprise? What if you could have what you needed in just one minute? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at PathSolutions TotalView Security Operations Manager and how it is the perfect rapid response SIEM for the SMB.
What could you do with specific hardware for tasks in your data center? Not just general purpose CPUs and GPUs but an actual suite of hardware and software designed to accelerate your workloads? We take a look back at the Pensando presentation from Cloud Field Day 7 and highlight how their integrated hardware and software stack might just be the answer to your cloud problems.
Broadcom is one of the biggest suppliers for chips in the networking market? But how do they provide the chips you need to fit the services and operations you’re selling? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at their lineup and how they can scale in a variety of ways to fit the bill.
As a cloud-like, self-service experience for infrastructure consumers like software developers becomes expected, enterprise storage is under increased pressure to evolve. Slow, error-prone, manual storage tasks do not keep pace with the demands of these consumers or come close to meeting ease-of-use expectations that have been set by public cloud providers. In response to these realities, Dell has been wise to not only embrace automation across their storage portfolio but choose to integrate with the toolsets their customers actually use as presented by Dell EMC at Storage Field Day 19.