Tag Archives: software defined

EMC and Service Providers at GigaOM Structure Europe

Here’s a video that was shot at GigaOM Structure in London last week. In the interview, I give an overview of EMC’s strategy for engaging with Service Provider Partners here in EMEA and explain the key role that the Software Defined Data Center can play in enabling regional Service Providers to compete with global providers.

Notes from EMC World 2013 – ViPR Launch

Two and a half years at EMC and due to a combination of the bad timing of my start date at EMC and the arrival of my second daughter, this is my first visit to EMC’s global partner and customer event, EMC World. Obviously, I’ve been to technology conferences before, VMworld Europe and Structure in the last couple of years, but EMC World has very different feel to it. I… Read More »

The End of Orchestration?

Been away this last week, lying by a pool in the Canary Islands, so apologies for the lack of posts! I did say that I’d write a post about a session I attended at VMworld before I went away, but I had to catch up on a few customer commitments at the end of the week before I went on vacation so I didn’t get a chance to do this then. I promised a… Read More »