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SDDC Symposium 2014

SDDC Symposium 2014

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In conjunction with Storage Field Day 5, the Tech Field Day folks are holding another Storage Defined Data Centre event on Tuesday 22nd April 2014 at the Santa Clara Convention Centre.  This is a busy week for storage events, as SNIA is holding it’s Data Storage Innovation Conference at the same location; Tech Field Day is a co-located partner.

I will be hosting the “Architecture In the SDDC” panel discussion with some of the leading storage companies and personalities including:

Tickets and further details can be found on the SDDC14 page at the Tech Field Day website; http://techfieldday.com/event/sddc14/

Discounts are available with the code TFDVIP25 for $25 off! https://sddc14.eventbrite.com/?discount=TFDVIP25

Come and say hello if you are attending!

Image: Cable Bundles, by Craig Black (Creative Commons)

Disclaimer: My travel costs and accommodation have been paid for by the Tech Field Day team as part of my SFD5 attendance.  However I am not compensated for my time, nor obliged to blog on any of the content of the event.  No editorial previews or control are placed on any content I choose to post.

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About Chris M Evans

Chris M Evans has worked in the technology industry since 1987, starting as a systems programmer on the IBM mainframe platform, while retaining an interest in storage. After working abroad, he co-founded an Internet-based music distribution company during the .com era, returning to consultancy in the new millennium. In 2009 Chris co-founded Langton Blue Ltd (www.langtonblue.com), a boutique consultancy firm focused on delivering business benefit through efficient technology deployments. Chris writes a popular blog at http://blog.architecting.it, attends many conferences and invitation-only events and can be found providing regular industry contributions through Twitter (@chrismevans) and other social media outlets.
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