I’ve been holding off on doing my wrap-up post of the Dell Storage Forum because I wanted to wait until other folks finished posting about their conference take-aways. But you people are maniacs — the content just keeps rolling in! 🙂
I give up, here’s my wrap-up. If I miss something you posted, or if you post something after this goes live (ahem Mr. Lund…), please add a comment with your link!
Fluid data architecture
The theme of the conference was Dell’s fluid data architecture. Everywhere you looked you could see the fluid influence. Every one of the big releases at the conference where about solidifying this architecture.
Folks in Orlando told us what fluid means to them in this video.
Where to find more information
There are still lots of tweets coming through on the #dellsf11 hashtag, and mentioning the @dellsf twitter account. You may want to follow the Twitter list from the event, to keep up with the community’s influencers. We’ve been posting all of the great content that you guys have been posting on the Dell Storage Facebook Fan Page. There are some great pictures and videos on the Dell Flickr account.
Here are blog posts and other content generated from the Dell Storage Forum:
- Dell Tech Center: one | two | three
- Inside Enterprise IT: one | two | three | four | five
- Dell Shares: one
- Wikibon: This page lists all of the videos of interviews that were streamed live from the conference, as well as a list of blog posts created by wikibon during the conference.
- Infosmack: Podcast recorded live at the Dell storage forum tweetup
- Virtualization Buster: one | two | three
- Fabio Rapposelli: one
- Roger Lund’s IT and VMware/Virtualization blog: one | two | three | four | five | six | seven | eight | nine | ten | eleven | twelve |YouTube channel
- Breathing Data: one
- A Technologists Corner: one | two
- George Crump: one | two | three | four
- The VAR guy: one | two | three | four
- Infotech PR: youtube video
- Clause EGGE: one
- Emulex: Session presentation (slideshare)