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Upcoming Audio Interviews
Build The Infrastructure For Software-Defined Everything
Date: 3/18/2015
Dell and Intel
Chris Christian, Blade Server Technologies, Enterprise Product Group Dell; and Edward Goldman, CTO, Enterprise Segment Datacenter Group, Intel Corporation
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Join us on Wednesday, March 18 at 3 PM ET for a live online radio show and accompanying chat, "Building Your Infrastructure For Software-Defined Everything.” Experts from Dell and Intel will be on hand to answer your questions, and address your pain points, as you build your road map for the software-defined enterprise.
Interop Preview: Navigating the Transition in NetOps -- Culture, Community, and Code
Date: 9/3/2014
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Jeremy Schulman, founder of Schprockits, a network automation startup operating in stealth mode, joins us to explore whether networking professionals all need to learn programming in order to remain employed.
Optimize Critical Workloads With Flash Technologies
Date: 8/21/2014
John Shirley and Chhandomay Mandal
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How do you manage complex I/O demands and performance requirements while maintaining an easy-to-manage storage environment? This radio show will help you explore ways to simplify workload management while achieving a balance of price and performance.
Make The Cloud Work For You
Date: 7/10/2014
Randy Bias
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How can we approach the cloud to get the most from its benefits without getting hung up on the hard parts? We'll have the perfect person to ask these questions for our next guest on Network Computing Radio. Don't miss this episode of Network Computing Radio to get valuable real-world advice from Randy Bias, one of the most influential and respected voices in the industry.

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