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Steve Herrod chat: Two vExperts and THE VMware expert

CartoonCalvin100X100.JPGBy Calvin Zito, @HPStorageGuy  vmw-vexpert.jpg

At yesterday's VMware Users' Group (VMUG) meeting in Santa Clara, I scored!  My fellow HP vExpert Eric Siebert and I were able to get a few minutes with Dr. Steve Herrod, VMware CTO and Senior VP of R&D for a video discussion.  All the more impressive was that Steve came from a Cloud Foundry event to do the VMUG keynote after lunch and didn't have a lot of time.  A big thank you to Steve for spending a few minutes with us and to Erin who helped us pull it off!

 

 

You can learn more about what HP does with VMware with these two URLs:

I have audio of Steve's keynote and once I have it online, I'm going to add it to this blog post.

 

As I promised, here's the audio from Steve's keynote at the VMUG - the keynote included a demo that maybe doesn't play so well with audio only but Steve always gives a great presentation.  Here it is:

 

 

You can download this podcast by doing a right-click and "Save as" here.  You can find all of my podcasts at http://bit.ly/ATSB-podcasts OR you can download all of my podcasts from iTunes by clicking here - it will open iTunes and allow you to download all of my recent podcasts.  If you have any issues with this second link, paste this into your browser: itpc://recordings.talkshoe.com/rss69339.xml.  "itpc" is a special format that opens iTunes and lets you download the podcasts from iTunes.

Labels: VMUG| VMware
Comments
vmware solutions(anon) | ‎05-11-2012 04:26 PM

It's an intrusting and wounder full.That;s great and informative thinking...

 

 

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