Next week, VMware users, administrators, and managers will join 25,000 of their closest friends and peers in San Francisco at VMworld 2015. In addition to learning more about virtualization, these attendees want to improve the storage layer of their software-defined data center (SDDC).  SolidFire views the future of the VMware ecosystem and how you can use storage more effectively.

To learn more about how to free your VMware environment from the anchor of your current storage platform, SolidFire is providing key sessions in a private suite in the W Hotel:

Presentation: The Disruptive Trend from Disk to Flash: Dave Wright on the Next-Gen Data Center
Monday, August 31, 3:00pm – 4:00p.m
Location: eWOW Suite, W Hotel (across from Moscone Center)

Register for the session!

Lunch-n-Learn: Peering into the Crystal Ball: Exploring the Future of Virtualization and Automation
Tuesday, September 1, 12:00pm – 1:00p.m
Location: eWOW Suite, W Hotel (across from Moscone Center)

Save your seat!

In addition to learning how to address your storage issues, you will also be able to interact directly with our executives in these sessions. Find out what is holding you back, what the future may hold, and how to improve your storage foundation. Be sure to add these sessions to your calendar!

You can sign up for these and other private sessions in our W Hotel suite at www.solidfire.com/vmworld. While you’re on the convention floor, be sure to visit SolidFire at booth #929 to see additional technology whiteboard sessions and enter a drawing to win a SolidFire bike … to go with your new SolidFire socks.
Looking forward to seeing you at VMworld!

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Doug Chamberlain

Doug Chamberlain is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at NetApp, joining the company through the acquisition of SolidFire. The last two decades of his career in technology have been in the storage industry, with product management and product marketing roles in tape, disk, flash, and storage software solutions. He holds a BS in Economics and a Masters of Business Administration. Prior to joining SolidFire, Doug was a Principal Product Manager at Oracle, responsible for the ZFS Storage Appliance.