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More bloggers perspective on HP Storage Tech Day

Tech Day bloggers.jpgWith the announcement we had this past week, I haven't had time to fit in a final wrap up on our HP Tech Day from the bloggers' perspective.  I had a post a couple of weeks ago with the blogs they'd written up to that point; I want to do one last blog post pointing to the rest of the blog posts both from the the Tech Day and from Nth Symposium.  So here's what I see:

 

Nate Amsden, techopsguys.com  Nate gets the prize for the most blog post.  He is a blogging machine.  And we're not talking about a couple of paragraphs summarizing a keynote.  If you want to dig deep into our Tech Day and Nth Symposium, read Nate's blog!

 

See the full blog post as there are lots of other blog posts you can check out.

David Scott keynote from Nth Symposium

At the Nth Symposium last week, David Scott (Sr VP and GM of HP Storage) gave a keynote that Jeffrey Powers (@Geekazine) captured.   David's keynote focused on the transformation happening at HP Storage.   He focused on our Converged Storage strategy and talked about our common architecture approach that it's driving.  He also talked about the software-defined data center and how we in HP Storage view this. 

 

If you watched Jeffrey's live-stream of our HP Tech Day, you might have seen my presentation that kicked off the event.  I talked about one of the reasons I'm so excited to be a part of HP Storage is I believe we have a winning strategy and David's presentation is a great proof point of that.  Check it out!

HP Storage Tech Day in the bloggers words

Tech Day bloggers.jpgWe've wrapped up our HP Storage Tech Day and I have PHPTDB - Post HP Tech Day Blues!  Actually, I'm enjoying the weekend in Southern California with my family and about to head to Chuck's in Belmont Shores where we love to have breakfast on the beach. 

 

Before we head off to Chuck's, I wanted to point you to a few of the blog posts from our guest bloggers.  So let me jump right in!

 

Nate Amsden, techopsguys.com 

 

Videos from HP Storage Tech Day 4

Our HP Storage Tech Day 4 happened on July 29 from the Disneyland Hotel.  I had a blog post a few days ago telling you about who was coming and the agenda.  Today I'll give you a quick recap of the agenda, and include embedded videos that you can use to watch the event video on-demand.

 

Agenda overview


I'll summarize the day's agenda into 3 sessions.  Each of the 3 sessions has a different YouTube URL and thus I'll give you three video windows to watch the replay.  Here's what we covered in each session.

 

(See the full blog post to get the details).

HP Storage Tech Day 4 guest bloggers

Wow - I can't believe I went all week without a blog post.   It's been a busy week getting ready for our HP Storage Tech Day 4, California Adventure Day time.jpghosted at the Nth Generation Symposium in Anaheim on July 29th.  I've pretty much nailed down the agenda and our guest bloggers have their flights and hotel rooms at the Disneyland Hotel booked.

 

Guess who's coming?

I wanted to let you know who is coming.   When ever we host bloggers at an event like HP Discover or an HP Tech Day, I want to promote the bloggers.  I think they provide a valuable service to the world of technology by offering their perspective on technology.  See the full blog post to get the list of bloggers and their blogs.

 

What's the agenda?

I also want to give you a look at the agenda.  Why bother telling you about the agenda?  We're planning on live streaming the entire day - assuming the event venue internet co-operates - so you can watch along and even ask questions during the day.  This is nearly final but things might change a bit during our Tech Day.  And again, go to the full blog post to see the agenda.

 

 

 

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