VMware Partner Exchange 2015 LogoEMCs XtremIO was the topic of a breakout session at Vmware Partner Exchange. Itzik Reich presented “Best Practice for Running Virtualized Workloads on All-Flash Arrays”.  Itzik and I spent some time together before his breakout, and it was the perfect opportunity to get a summary of what he planned to present.

VMWare PEX 2014 Session Details.

Best Practices for Running Virtualized Workloads on All-Flash Array

Presenter: Itzik Reich, EMC

Great, your customer have just purchased a shiny new all flash array (AFA), now what? In this session we will learn the reasons for ones of the quickest revolutions that the storage industry have seen in the last 10 years, we will understand the different architectures and the different use cases, we will go through specific use cases pains and how to overcome this, Lastly, we will put an emphasis on specific gotcha’s that AFA possess and how to overcome these, so your customer won’t have to.

Learn how EMC XtremIO is changing the way customers deploy storage and application infrastructure.

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Sam Marraccini

Sam Marraccini

Director, EMC Global Portfolio Messaging at EMC Corporation
Sam Marraccini is a 17-year EMC veteran and 26-year technology veteran. Part of EMCs Global Portfolio Marketing Team, Sam is focused on the EMCs Storage Strategy and developing messaging to support the storage portfolio. The Global Portfolio Marketing team is responsible for developing and delivering customer messaging across the full EMC product portfolio. In addition to developing the Global Portfolio Storage messaging, Sam's passion and drive continue to be demonstrated in multiple blogs including: The Source "TheSourceBlog.emc.com" and www.insideflash.com (All things flash at EMC). Flash and Microsoft information can be found at www.youtube.com/sammarraccini and Twitter @SamMarraccini (www.twitter.com/SamMarraccini)
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