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Last Friday we had the first ever DellTechCenter.com User Group event here in Austin, Texas. We were excited about the fact that the event sold out quickly and we had a wide range of customers attend the event to learn more about Dell TechCenter and enjoy a movie
David Moss, Jon Fitch, and Paul Artman are Dell Product Group Principal Engineers and Strategists, who will join the Dell TechCenter on June 21st at 3PM Central for our TechTuesday Chat .
In November 2010, when I stepped into my role as Customer Loyalty Director for Enterprise Solutions Group, I gathered together all my stakeholders (my stakeholders being the Engineers, Marketing Managers, and/or PMs who owned product attributes that consistently surfaced via customer surveys). My objective was simple: to outline a plan and cadence by which we absorb customer feedback, integrate it into the next generation of our products and ultimately delight our customers.
In addition to attending the great sessions at the OpenStack Design Conference, our Dell team realized that we’ve been making Platform as a Service (PaaS) much more complex. Stripping away the detritus is important because it looks like “ What is a PaaS ” is changing on a daily basis so boiling it down to the must fundamental is essential
I have been using VMplayer for a while, but always had a problem if I had to reconfigure the networking.
I’ve been getting a lot of questions about Apache LibCloud and RedHat’s DeltaCloud vs.
by Gary Gumanow If you’re paying attention right now, you’ll notice there’s a lot of activity going on right now around iSCSI over DCB.
The fluid data discussions continue today at Dell Storage Forum , beginning with a chat between Michael Dell, Phil Soran, and Darren Thomas. The three talked about how the Dell storage portfolio is even stronger with the addition of Compellent .
Dell Storage Forum 2011 kicked off today with a General Session from Darren Thomas and Phil Soran who took the stage to talk about Foundation and Future of Dell Fluid Data Architecture. Dell Compellent’s Copilot has been a hot topic before and during this years event. All of the questions where answered when Phil Soran took the stage and told the crowd, copilot was there to stay for the long haul. The support model that Compellent has been successful with and the customers in a word love, is getting better. The success of Copilot is going to be integrated in the EqualLogic mix with the awesome sauce for a recipe that is best in class. Darren Thomas VP and GM of Dell Storage gave the audience a look into Dell’s history in the storage business and how the recent acquisitions have transformed Dell into a hardware leader. Things like no fork-lift upgrades, working above the hardware and how to manage the data. Dell has acquired several companies in the past 10 years which have led to a few new product announcements. Coming in the next few months the FS7500 , NAS peer scalable file storage, that will be available to provide EqualLogic users with a front end file server front end, a new EqualLogic firmware to better handle the demands of your data and the PowerVault MD3600F with support for fibre channel. This makes Dell’s Fluid Data agile, resilient and efficient from server to storage to cloud