Time to vote for VMworld 2011 sessions! Vote for the HP ones!

May 11, 2011 — Leave a comment

Time to vote for VMworld 2011 sessions is here. Like every year VMware has opened the process to vote for those sessions that you want to make their way to the conference. To be able to vote you need to have a vmworld.com account, if don’t have one the registering process is very easy. The voting process is open until May 18th.

I checked the sessions at VMworld site and all look very interesting, you should review the complete list and vote for the ones you like the most. However I also want to see a deep HP presence in VMworld since I firmly believe that HP has a lot to offer for VMware environments, also some of the most talented guys in the company have sent a bunch of damn good sessions for this VMworld, and because of that I compiled the following list which includes every session proposed by the HP folks. If you think like me please vote for their sessions.

SESSION TITLE
2152 Storage Selection Techniques for Building a VMware Based Private Cloud
2258 Scale-Up Virtualization with High Availability ProLiant Servers
2271 VDI Without the Pain – VMware ThinApp and WES7
2290 Storage Best Practices and Performance Tuning
2291 Solving Storage Performance Problems with RESXTOP
2364 Business-Focused Reporting and Capacity Planning in Dynamic Virtual Environments
2503 Building and Managing Public and Private Cloud Services
2504 Navigating the Cloud Landscape
2507 Speed BladeSystem Infrastructure Deployment through Scripting
2769 You Know You Must Deduplicate Your vSphere Backups but Which Approach is Best for You?
2770 Data Protection Practices for Tier 1 Applications on VMware vSphere
2772 Best Practices for Achieving High Availability Across Multiple Sites with VMware
2773 Best Practices Deploying Storage for VMware View
2774 Supercharge Your VMware Deployment with VAAI and VAAI-enabled Storage Arrays
2812 Ensure Data Center Transformation and Cloud Success with Solution Blueprints
2826 Performance Considerations for VMware Storage —from RAID to VAAI
2828 Using vCenter Plug-ins to Troubleshoot and More Effectively Manage Storage
2837 Understanding Storage QoS and Policy-Based Storage with vSphere
2845 Virtualizing Tier 1 Applications –What Will it Take from Storage?
2913 DR Troubleshooting and Configuration Tips for Multi-site Storage Replication with Site Recovery Manager
2995 Delivering Uncompromised Virtualized Infrastructure Management from VMware vCenter Server
3094 How IT Is Becoming More than a Provider and Buyer of Technology Services
3099 Breakthroughs in Successful CV Deployment
3175 VMware Brick by Brick
3194 Modernizing Business Architecture with VMware Virtualization
1427 Battle of the Storage Experts
1623 Storage Superheavy Weight Smackdown 2011
2481 A Multi-Vendor Panel: “What Does Storage of the Future Look Like?”
2505 Cloud Advisor Panel : Lessons Learned from Real World Cloud Deployments
2832 How Chevron, Denver Health, and Diamond Resorts Converged Server and Storage Virtualization
3109 Desktop Virtualization – Talk to the Experts at HP and VMware

Finally I don’t want to finish this post without recommending to you a session from Julian Wood (@julian_wood):

3005 – Designing and Building a Simple and Scalable Virtual Infrastructure with HP Flex-10 and ESX(i)

Julian doesn’t work for HP but without any doubt he can be considered an expert in both VMware and Virtual Connect Flex-10 and this session has the honor to be the only Flex-10 related session. You can get more details about the session in his blog where he wrote a post about it.

Juanma.

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