My VMworld Session – Enterprise PaaS

If you have a session I missed please put it in the comments are yell at me on twitter.

My submission


I had 2 other sessions that seemed to be the exact same submissions as a certain VP from EMC, so I stuck with 5351 Enterprise Platform as a Service. – How IT will compete for internal business customers. There was an alternative title to this session and I promise to reveal it if my session gets approved. and make sure you vote!

SO. MANY. Sessions. Here are a few others I found interesting.

Other Sessions I see as interesting.


This should be very interesting, two very smart and interesting folks, Wade and Matt. Really looking to see some new faces on stages this year.


HMA was a customer of mine before I moved to a role in the EMC solutions group. It will be good to hear how they are leveraging cloud in their 80+ facilities.

Cloud Foundry and Puppet


I am on a Cloud Foundry/PaaS/DevOps/Next-Gen Apps kick as of late.


Must admit, Jonas rocks. Magnus is pretty cool too. Razor and SDS should prove to be a informative and not boring session.

PaaS Related


I am extremely interested on how to get from “Here is a VM” to “Here is an API, write some code”

An All New but Very Similar Adventure

The more things stay the same the more they change, or something like that. At the beginning of the month I started a new place within EMC. I am now the VMware/Cloud/SDDC guy for the Solutions Marketing and Enablement team with the EMC Solutions Group. Exciting new and fun things coming especially around content related to the same old theme for me. VMware, Virtualization, Cloud and all the related points, now with a focus on end-to-end solutions that address requests coming from the business. I am working with a pretty awesome team and I am excited to see what we can produce over the next few months.all-the-stuffz

So check back here soon for information on EMC World, All new reference archtectures, whitepapers, webcasts, podcasts and all way to get involved in the overall cloud community and conversation. As always it is my pleasure to take stuff I learn day to day and show it to you all in a way that will help you. Thanks for reading!