Cloud. Cloud is everywhere. Cloud is fueling the transformation of technology, so what is Dell EMC doing? Who are the other players in the industry and how are we working together?  Dorian Naveh (@DorianNaveh), Sr. Director Technology Alliances joins me this week as we talk open source, cloud consumption models and the vast Dell EMC Cloud ecosystem and most important, how our customers are using Dell EMC technologies as a fundamental part of their cloud deployments. We touch on the higher level ecosystem landscape then drill a little deeper into OpenStack, and Dell EMC involvement in the community.  For more information, visit the ECN community Everything OpenStack.

We also touched on the Dell EMC premier sponsorship of “Openstack Summit” October 25-28, 2016, in Barcelona, Spain.  OpenStack Summit is the most important gathering of IT leaders, telco operators, cloud administrators, app developers and OpenStack contributors building the future of cloud computing. As part of this year’s sponsorship, EMC will showcase exciting products and solutions with key partners and highlight our OpenStack Strategy.

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The Source Podcast: Episode #66: Dell EMC Cloud Ecosystem and Openstack Summit Plans


Dell EMC The Source #66: Open Stack and Cloud Ecosystem

EMC: The Source Podcast is hosted By Sam Marraccini (@SamMarraccini)

Sam Marraccini

Sam Marraccini

Director, Global Portfolio Messasging at Dell EMC
Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of the Dell EMC Global Portfolio Team, Sam is focused on developing and evangelizing the unique benefits of Dell EMC Products, Technologies and Solutions.
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