By Anna Dorcey, Director, Global Marketing, HP Networking
What an exciting week we had at HP Discover—with important announcements, several keynote addresses and a major HP Networking presence at HP’s biggest annual event! Here are some of the highlights.
By Carol Shottes, Converged Infrastructure Marketing Manager, HP
Did you attend one of the HP Networking theatre presentations at HP Discover? If you did, you may have enjoyed one of the following presentations, given by HP subject matter experts, Steve Brar and Rob Haviland. In case you didn’t have a chance to attend HP Discover in Las Vegas, I’m sharing all the great content from their presentations. Viewing these presentations is a great way to catch up on the latest solutions from HP and extend the value of the HP Discover 2012 experience. Happy viewing!
By Daniel Montesanto, Global Product Manager, HP Networking
Moving away from box-by-box, CLI-driven network management to more flexible, virtualization-enabled approaches is a great way to achieve more productive and responsive network operations. But how do you make virtualized network resources just as easy to consume by the business? Read on for some answers.
By Alicia Anne Moody, HP Networking
We, at HP Networking, have been working with clients like you to migrate legacy data centers to fast and purposely built architectures so that enterprises can embrace mobility, virtualization, high-definition video, rich-media content and cloud computing.
I’ve seen a tremendous amount of success and one customer in particular stands out and embodies that transformation – Diversified Agency Services (DAS), a division of Omnicom Group (NYSE: OMC). DAS is providing access to content and resources from anywhere, at any time – delivered to a virtual workplace. If you are going to HP Discover this week, I recommend registering to attend the DAS customer session, which will be moderated by Aneesh Chopra, the first Chief Technology Officer of the United States (2009-2012), and includes a panel led by Jason Cohen, the DAS Chief Information Officer.
I am seeing many of our customers and partners starting to ask about SDNs and how they can deliver more automation while simplifying networking. They are starting to realize that the days of the command-line interface (CLI) are numbered and that there is a better way. HP Networking, and now Brocade, are on board, taking what I believe are the firsts step in delivering on the promise of SDN solutions and their associated benefits.