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Wikibon webcast, a blog post, and more

CartoonCalvin100X100.JPG By Calvin Zito, @HPStorageGuy

 

I have several short topics to hit today - a sort of potpourri Friday. 

 

HP and Wikibon webcast with Dave Vellante

Attend a special webinar on HP P4000 G2 SAN solutions and HP StoreOnce Backup Systems on February 7th at 8:00 a.m. PT. During a one-hour session hosted by HP and Wikibon Chief Research Analyst David Vellante, you'll discover how to get the most out of your virtualized infrastructure. Register now! www.hp.com/go/SIMPLIFYsvbackup3

 

HP Tech Day recap on HP Converged Infrastructure blog

At our HP Tech Day in Ft. Collins last week, I had help from John Cummings to put out "almost" live blog posts recapping the sessions.  John has his own post recapping the Tech Day on our Converged Infrastructure blog.  Thanks for your help John.

 

HP StoreOnce B6200 videos and white papers

I was hunting around hp.com and (re)found a web page that has a lot of great HP StoreOnce videos and white papers.  It's our converged storage page that we use when we have an HP Storage announce and since the B6200 was our last big announcement, the page has lots of great content. Check it out!

 

Nekkid Tech Podcast with Marc Farley

Greg Knieriemen, who we brought to our first storage HP Tech Day and was at HP Discover Vienna, has a podcast talking to his former podcasting partner and my former HP colleague Marc Farley.  I'm listening to it now and it's a good discussion. 

 

Save the date for HP Discover in Las Vegas

This year’s HP Discover event will take place June 4-7, 2012, in Las Vegas!  Boy am I glad for that - it will be my 7th or 8th trip to Vegas in 18 months though two of them were to watch Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl so I'm not complaining!  There's already an HP Discover registration site and a call for presentations (on the same page) - so if you have a story to tell about HP, why not submit it?

 

VMware vSphere 5 video training

David M. Davis, a fellow vExpert, works for TrainSignal has give me access to his VMware vSphere training videos.  I'm excited to dig into these.  David had given me the DVD's for vSphere 4.1 training at VMworld 2010 and I know how good their training videos are.   TrainSignal has other training besides VMware so check them out. and thanks David!

 

Have a good weekend!

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