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Calvin Zito and Eric Siebert: VMware Blogging - HP Social Media for VMware and Storage

posted Thursday Jun 28, 2012 by Guest Blogger

Calvin Zito and Eric Siebert: VMware Blogging - HP Social Media for VMware and Storage

Calvin Zito is Storage Blogger & Social Media Strategist at HP. In this role, he manages all aspects of Social Media for HP Storage including but not limited to blogging, Twitter, and communities like LinkedIn.

A former HP customer, Eric is an IT industry veteran, author and blogger with more than 25 years of experience, most recently specializing in server administration and virtualization. His most recent book is Maximum vSphere from Pearson Publishing, and he has authored VMware training videos in the Train Signal Pro Series. Siebert also maintains his own VMware information website, vSphere-land.com, and is a regular blogger and contributor on several TechTarget websites.

The video interview from the HP Discover 2012 event by the SDR News team is available after the break.

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Christian Verstrate: Converged Cloud - Private, Managed, Burst, Conventional Capacity

posted Thursday Jun 28, 2012 by Guest Blogger

Christian Verstrate: Converged Cloud - Private, Managed, Burst, Conventional Capacity

Christian Verstraete is the Chief Technologist for Cloud Strategy at HP- with the mission of defining HP's Enterprise Business-wide functional and reference architecture and working across the CTO organization to coordinate activities around HP-wide Cloud offerings.

CIO's in this economic are looking for agility and responsiveness - allowing them to grow, flex or shrink as necessary. Christian talks about the process and discipline needed. The distinction between Core and Context functions is a key strategic skill in planning converged capability, tying things together in an open environment and providing the flexibility to move.

Christian discusses the difference between public cloud services and managed cloud services and why the needs of a business might require a combination the two approaches.

The video interview from the HP Discover 2012 event by the SDR News team is available after the break.

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Lori Lewis:HP Enterprise 2020 - Envisioning IT's Future with Global Crowdsourcing

posted Thursday Jun 28, 2012 by Guest Blogger

Lori Lewis:HP Enterprise 2020 - Envisioning IT's Future with Global Crowdsourcing

In her current role, Lori has responsibilities to establish and execute the outbound and digital marketing objectives and activities, including thought leadership and social media channel promotion.

Enterprise2020 is a new initiative - seeking a perfect 20/20 view of the Enterprise in the Future. Combining insights of clients, academics, HP stockholders and experts from all sorts of industries, HP is providing an open and inclusive approach to capturing the best set of solutions that will reflect the needs of real people.

This crowdsourcing initiative will roll out a total of six chapters, with discussion and interaction at each stage, providing opportunity to capture and challenge thoughts from many different points of view.

The video interview from the HP Discover 2012 event by the SDR News team is available after the break.

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E.G. Nadhan: Synergies - Big Data, Cloud Computing and Analytics

posted Thursday Jun 28, 2012 by Guest Blogger

E.G. Nadhan: Synergies - Big Data, Cloud Computing and Analytics

E.G.Nadhan, Lead Technologist, HP Enterprise Services, has over 25 years of experience in the IT industry delivering solutions in distributed environments. As the Lead Technologist for Global Strategic Capabilities within HP Enterprise Services (Applications), Nadhan leverages his experience to build and grow the standardized set of processes and tooling direction within Application Services.

There are certain synergies that apply across multiple industries thanks to the powerful combination of Cloud and Big Data, which opens up a wealth of data for context-specific analysis.

In this interview, Nadhan discusses:

1. Is the realization of such synergies within an industry unique to this combination? Have similar synergies been realized in the past?

2. How do you analyze historical data on multiple platforms - legacy or otherwise? What are the challenges involved?

3. Which industries are likely to take the lead on the realization of industry clouds and why?

Nadhan is the co-chair for the Service Oriented Cloud Computing Infrastructure project within The Open Group's Cloud Computing Work Group. He chairs the HP Open Group Strategy Steering Committee that enforces consistency in the level and nature of HP participation and contributions to The Open Group.

The video interview from the HP Discover 2012 event by the SDR News team is available after the break.

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Lorenzo Gonzales -Cloud Implementation - How Does the Cloud Happen

posted Thursday Jun 28, 2012 by Guest Blogger

Lorenzo Gonzales -Cloud Implementation - How Does the Cloud Happen

Lorenzo Gonzales is a Business Consultant for HP Technology Services. assists customers with real world environments which are by definition hybrid environments: Cloud services when appropriate and traditional environments with critical core processes.

Many clients are aware of "Shadow IT", but do not understand the scope of the problem - how many portions of the enterprise are bypassing official IT solutions. The role of IT has to move towards an internal consultative approach.

Mobile devices present a special challenge, in that "Bring Your Own Device" is a fact, not reachable by simple policy decrees to "not to use". Often employees have superior technology in their homes and will not accept a technology downgrade in their work.

Networking dependencies are a critical piece of the infrastructure that are often neglected, and the plan must include evolution of devices, storage and flexible communications to support essential services

The video interview from the HP Discover 2012 event by the SDR News team is available after the break.

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Pete Johnson: Developing HP Public Cloud

posted Thursday Jun 28, 2012 by Guest Blogger

Pete Johnson: Developing HP Public Cloud

Developer Experience Manager Pete Johnson provided a demonstration of the public cloud interface during one of the keynote presentations at HP Discover 2012.

The Public cloud services provided by HP is based on the OpenStack community, allowing you the flexibility to change services to another OpenStack provider in the future.

HP's experience in building data centers - enabling customers to bring processes back into a private cloud as needed - yet offer major CAPEX savings during periods of peak load for only a few days.

HP also has a number of public beta offerings, including CDN partnering with Akamai for media delivery.

The video interview from the HP Discover 2012 event by the SDR News team is available after the break.

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