Last year a little bird told me about Tech Field Day: a big knowledge sharing event where multiple vendors inform a select group of people or delegates about what’s hot, new or revolutionary in their field or lineup. There’s multiple types of Field Days: networking, virtualization and (of course) storage. Storage Field Day 6 will be held on 5-7 November 2014 in Silicon Valley and… WOOHOOO, I’m attending!
Among the presenters for this year are Avere Systems, Coho Data, NEC Storage, Nexenta Systems, Nimble Storage, PureStorage, StorMagic and Tegile. I’ll be honest: I’ve only heard of a couple of these names, so I’ve got a bit of reading up to do in the next couple of days and I can’t wait to hear what they bring to the table.
I’d like to thank the Tech Field Day team (Stephen, Claire and Tom) for inviting me and flying me to San Jose next week. I’m looking forward to an exciting and challenging week filled with tech and discussions. Keep an eye on the Storage Field Day 6 page for the live stream of the event and this page for updates during the week! And maybe I’ll sneak in a picture of the Golden Gate bridge if I get the chance… 😉
“Check your email ;)”. That was the first Twitter DM I read one sleepy morning in June. It’ll suffice to say, a minute later I was wide awake: I was chosen to represent the EMC Elect at the EMC “Redefine Possible” MegaLaunch event in London (UK)! I knew about these launch events because my colleague Rob attended one last year in Milan. Excitement started building and a couple of hours later I figured out I wasn’t going alone…
This week I’m attending the EMC World conference in Las Vegas with two of my colleages from Open Line, Menno de Liège and Rob Koper. EMC Netherlands organized an additional Dutch Delegation event package for Dutch EMC employees, partners and customers. This year it included a rafting trip over the Colorado river below Hoover Dam.
This week I’m attending the EMC World conference in Las Vegas with two of my colleages from Open Line, Menno de Liège and Rob Koper. EMC World is about new and improved EMC products, getting to know the direction EMC and IT is taking with data storage and meeting EMC employees you normally only talk with over the phone or behind a chat/email handle. A chance to meet the person behind the account sort to say!