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Live from VMworld 2015 - Day 3

Live from VMworld 2015 - Day 3

We spoke to lots of industry professionals over the first couple of days of VMworld, and day 3 was no different. Here are the interviews I did on the final day of the Expo Hall:

 

 

Steve Bohac from Violin Memory

Violin Memory claims Disk is Dead, so I talked with Steve Bohac about their all-flash solutions and how they use Login VSI.

Flaminio Guerrero from Presidio

Presidio is a great integration partner for us, and a VMware partner of the year, so Flaminio Guerrero had some great insights in to what customers want from their desktop virtualization solutions – it’s all about the apps.

Christian Rauber from VMware

Christian Rauber is a VMware solution architect that writes reference architectures for all kinds of vSAN solutions, including VDI. He talked about how customers are planning their moves from big monolithic storage solutions to vSAN and how they use Login VSI to validate those solutions.

Bill Galloway from Pivot3

Bill Galloway is the founder and CTO of Pivot 3, and he’s been doing “hyper-converged” solutions since 2008. They’ve been a Login VSI customer for years and they work in partnership with several hardware and software products to deliver the right solution to customers.

Update September 7, 2015:

About the author

Adam Carter (@adambomb00) joined Login VSI in 2014 as a product manager working on new technologies. Adam lives in Seattle, where he enjoys listening to bands you’ve never heard of, roller derby, and coffee shops and happy hours where he can eavesdrop on Amazon and Microsoft employee conversations.


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