Journey through Enterprise IT Services
In Journey through Enterprise IT Services, Nadhan, HP Distinguished Technologist, explores the IT Services industry, and discusses technology trends in simplified terms.

Beginning my Journey to HP Discover in Frankfurt

I’m excited. In less than a week, I begin my journey to HP Discover in Frankfurt. I’m making sure I have taken care of everything I need to do to prepare. I have already discussed my upcoming presentation on the world's first technical cloud computing standard. The Open Group—the industry-leading group that released this standard—also published an article on their blog as well. I thought I was all set to go when Andy McCaskey of sdrnews.com contacted me about recording a video focused on my presentation, so more people can look forward to the HP Discover conference.

 

You will remember Andy from the series of interviews that I did with him at HP Discover in Las Vegas earlier this year:

 

This time it is actually on the Roku streaming player, a relatively recent phenomenon where viewers can flip through videos on the Internet as if they are TV channels.

 

Andy's questions provided me an opportunity to share a broader perspective on what HP Discover 2012 has in store. It’s always fun to talk with Andy, and as I tell him in the video, “We should meet more often like this.”

 

Watch this video where I share my thoughts on the SOCCI standard, which I will be discussing. You’ll get other thoughts on the conference as a whole as well!

 

 

 

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