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.
Dell EMC The Source Podcast Episode #82: Dell EMC World Preview
It is time to realize your digital future; Dell EMC World is only 10 days away, May 8-11th, Las Vegas. This is the first-time Dell Technologies family of brands will be in one place, at the same conference. This is your opportunity to discover the products, strategies and insights you need to transform your business: drive IT innovation, enhance workforce mobility and reduce risk in the digital era.
Be sure to follow #DellEMCWorld and catch the Keynote sessions live at www.DellEMCWorld.com. Keynotes include: Michael Dell: Realize your Digital Future. Jeff Clarke & Pat Gelsinger: Realize Transformation and Episode 2 of The Dark IT Knight Rises: Realize the Power of Transformation with Jeremy Burton.
Over 350 Technology Breakout Sessions, including Code/Modern Ops, Technology and IT Leadership all focused on helping you on your transformational journey. Not to mention the Global Partner Summit, vLabs, Certification and much, much more. Dell EMC World 2017 has it all.
I sat down with Greg McCarthy (@GMcCarthy24), part of the Dell Social Business Team to preview all the details. See you at DEW!
The Source Podcast: Episode #82: Dell EMC World 2017 Preview
Virtustream, a platform designed to run the most complex, mission-critical applications with the performance, security, resilience and services to support your mission critical applications with cloud agility, cloud automation and cloud economics.
This week I sat down with Ken Saul (@KenSaul), Virtustream Evangelist. We talked Mission Critical Managed Clouds, MicroVM, Utility Models and Customer Use Cases. Be sure to follow Ken and @Virtustream for all the latest.
The Dell EMC Hockey Tour recently concluded its regular season in home of the Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto, Ontario. I had the pleasure of presenting the Dell EMC IT Transformation Story as part of the program. I spent some time with Jeff Smith (@JeffSmithVCE), Dell EMC CPSD CTO between the presentations and faceoff. Converged Platforms are enabling our customers to address both IT and Digital Transformation. Jeff talks Converged and Hyper-Converged and how our customer conversations have evolved since the early days (2009) and how Hyper-Converged conversations are redefining what customers can expect from Dell EMC.
After that, I had the opportunity to talk to Patrick Harkins, CTO Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre. Patrick found himself facing poor application performance and unhappy doctors, specifically related to a Medatech application. The answer? XtremIO – While the All-Flash Performance provided 60-70% performance gains, he found the real value in the in-line data services and scale-out architecture all at lower cost than his previous solution.
The Source Podcast: Episode #80: Converged, Xtrem Customers and a Hockey Night in Canada
IT Transformation and Digital Transformation are at the heart of everything we are doing at DELL EMC, but what are the differences? What role does Dev Ops play? What’s the connection between agility, containers and microservices? Find out this week on Dell EMC The Source Podcast with Brian Verkley (@BVerkley). Be sure to check out Brian’s multiple presentations within the Code and Modern Ops tracks within the Dell EMC World Breakout Sessions (May 8th – 11th, 2017) and find out how Brian checks in when he is due for a haircut, only on Dell EMC The Source.
The Source Podcast: Episode #79: DevOps, the key to an agile business
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