Interested In A Technical Deep Dive on NFS Network Design?

You’re in luck! I’ve submitted a proposal, session number 4518, to VMworld’s Call for Papers that is being voted on to cover some of experiences and recommended practices around creating an efficient and highly available NFS network. I think those with NFS storage networks, or those who are interested in deploying one, will gain significant value from this session. If you feel the same, make sure to click the “thumbs up” button in the VMworld Public Voting page before the deadline on Monday, May 6th at 5:00 PM PDT.

The abstract for this session is as follows:

NFS is becoming more widely accepted as a critical storage platform for vSphere environments, but presents some unique design challenges to ensure availability and performance. In this session, attendees will learn the most common pitfalls for enterprise deployments of NFS with vSphere, along with how to overcome them. Cutting edge deployment scenarios using converged infrastructure, blade technologies, and rack mount servers will all be discussed.


Ask the Expert VCDX’s (Session 4570)

Additionally, I am participating in a panel session with some really awesome technical folks – Matt Cowger and Rick Scherer from EMC, Chris Colotti from VMware, and Jason Nash from Varrow. Here’s the skinny:

One of the highest rated sessions at VMworld is back for its sixth year. Come get interactive with a panel of five VMware Certified Design Experts, they’ll answer your questions live. Experts in Cloud, Application Modernization and End User Computing are here to help.


I appreciate your support for these two high quality sessions and look forward to seeing everyone at the 10th VMworld US this August.