VLCM held its second event of the year at the Utah Olympic Oval. Only this time, VLCM was accompanied by customers and vendors—HP and VMware to be exact.
The Olympic Oval
The Utah Olympic Oval has been host to many world-class events ever since its maiden voyage as one of the main arenas for the 2002 winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. Now, VLCM has used it on two occasions already this year to host presentations on world-class IT solutions.
The technologies discussed on this particular occasion were those associated with data storage and virtualization. HP’s Adam Sollis and Dan Dinning were present to answer questions, and VMware’s Brian Clark was there to do the same.
Josh Linton Presents
Both the topics of data storage and virtualization were addressed by Josh Linton, VCLM’s VP of technology. Josh spoke first about the expectation of immediacy in IT environments fueling the need for a strong virtualized infrastructure and how VMware’s hybrid-cloud offerings can help IT managers maintain efficiency and speed.
HP Storage was the last matter discussed—particularly the benefits and foresight that comes from dealing with HP’s 3PAR storage solutions. Josh gave emphasis to how a smaller business can know utilize 3PAR’s enterprise-class solution in an affordable package, such as the StoreServe 7400. (http://vlcmtechnews.wordpress.com/2014/01/16/hp-3par-storeserv-7400-wins-an-infoworld-technology-of-the-year-award/.)
VLCM HP & VMware
HP Storage offers high-class solutions for any business, whether small or large. With options and advantages like 3PAR, StoreOnce, Software Defined Storage, and MSA Storage, you can be assured that HP has the right solution for your business needs.
VMware is a global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure, delivering solutions that will improve your IT structures through flexibility, agile service delivery, and reduced complexity.