Our Free Seminars

IT is moving at such a pace that it is often hard to keep up with all the changes so, in conjunction with our vendor partners, we help to address this challenge by providing seminars that enable attendees to keep up to date with many of the latest industry trends – currently we have the following available:

Get Ready for VMware vSphere 6 and the Software-Defined Data Centre

Over the past 10 years VMware has transformed the way IT is delivered and managed by leveraging the performance of commodity x86 servers, and we are now on the verge of another revolution as VMware has turned its expertise to storage, networking and cloud computing. This event is a key enabler in understanding this vision – for certain we are on the verge of another great change.

By attending you will:

  • See how vSphere 6 enables the Software-Defined Data Centre
  • See how the SDDC enables the use of low cost hardware
  • Be able to determine if Software-Defined solutions are right for you
  • See how the cloud enables cost-effective DR and Cloud Bursting

If you are interested in attending this unique event please click here for more details.

Get Hands-on with VMware vSphere 6 on NetApp FAS

vSphere 6 brings significant changes in the way storage is managed through the use of Virtual Volumes and Horizon View is now able to improve the end-user experience by offloading the provisioning of clones to a storage array. Very few storage platforms can fully support the workloads and features of both vSphere 6 and Horizon View – one such platform is NetApp FAS.

By attending you will learn how:

  • vSphere 6 Virtual Volumes eliminates complex LUN management
  • 2015 is going to be the year that the all-flash array goes mainstream
  • Hardware accelerated Virtual Desktop provisioning increases efficiency
  • Array snapshots can be used to instantly backup and restore VMs
  • FAS addresses the needs of both server and desktop virtualisation

If you are interested in attending this unique event please click here for more details.

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Mark Burgess has worked in IT since 1984, starting as a programmer on DEC VAX systems, then moving into PC software development using Clipper and FoxPro. From here he moved into network administration using Novell NetWare, which kicked-off his interest in storage. In 1999 he co-founded SNS, a consultancy firm initially focused on Novell technologies, but overtime Virtualisation and Storage. Mark writes a popular blog and is a frequent contributor to Twitter and other popular Virtualisation and Storage blog sites.
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About Mark Burgess

Mark Burgess has worked in IT since 1984, starting as a programmer on DEC VAX systems, then moving into PC software development using Clipper and FoxPro. From here he moved into network administration using Novell NetWare, which kicked-off his interest in storage. In 1999 he co-founded SNS, a consultancy firm initially focused on Novell technologies, but overtime Virtualisation and Storage. Mark writes a popular blog and is a frequent contributor to Twitter and other popular Virtualisation and Storage blog sites.

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