Nth Generation Computing has a massive presence in the Southern California IT infrastructure community, and their annual Symposia are on the calendars of most in the area. That’s why I’m very pleased to be able to attend and speak at this year’s event, and I look forward to seeing my LA-based readers there, too!
The Symposium will be held August 4th through 6th and attendance is free for qualified IT end-user folks. I’m very much looking forward to presentations by Nth President, Mark Gonzalez, Raghu Raghuram of VMware, Scott McClellan of HP, Chuck Brown of Intel, AJ Casamento of Brocade, Dave Crespi of Emulex, Kumar Malavalli of InMage, and my friend, Shannon Smith and Chris VanWagoner, both of CommVault. There will also be some excellent hands-on lab opportunities with the latest storage gear. Victoria Halsey’s Hamster Revolution talk looks great, too!
I’ll have a Birds of a Feather Lunch table on Tuesday focused on cloud storage. On Wednesday I’ll be moderating a panel on cloud computing, featuring McClellan, Raghuram, Brown, Van Wagoner, and Geoff Tudor, co-founder of Nirvanix. Thursday I get my own keynote, where I’ll be presenting Three Enterprise Storage Problems You Can Solve Today.
What: Nth Generation Symposium
Where: Disneyland, Anaheim, CA
When: August 4-6, 2009
How: Register on-line