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HP and VMware talking Horizon 6.0 podcast

CJZ Headshot fixed 150 x 150.jpgBy Calvin Zito, @HPStorageGuy  vExpert 4 years.jpg

 

I had the pleasure of hosting a podcast that touched on today's news from VMware on Horizon 6.0. My guests were Drew Koerner, Chief Healthcare Solutions Architect from VMware and Pete Brey, a solution manager from HP.  In the podcast, Drew gave an overview of VMware's news today around Horizon 6.0. We followed that with a discussion about the collaboration between HP and VMware on the AlwaysOn Point of Care.  Here's the podcast.

 

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In the podcast, we mentioned a Reference Architecture and as soon as I have a link to that, I'll do another blog post and add the link to this post.  I also have a ChalkTalk that gives a short overview of the VMware and HP Mobile Care solution so I'll share that with you as well. 

 

 

I'm in some great meetings with our HP Storage worldwide marketing team - we have an amazing team around the world and we are all so energized with the results we're seeing.  I'm headed off to dinner with the team so I'll keep this short.

 

Comments
Rick Boyett(anon) | ‎04-10-2014 05:53 AM

Great things appear to be afoot with Horizon6.  I'm also looking forward to the final release of that Always On RA.  I know our team can put it to good use.  Great podcast.  A great day for both HP and VMware!

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