APAC Virtualization Podcast

All things virtualisation in the APAC region

Episode 65 – Nutanix and the DAS Disruption

Episode 65 – Nutanix and the DAS Disruption

**Begin Show Notes:

We’ll be taking a break until 2013.  I’m looking to put together a schedule for the first quarter of 2013 please get in touch if you have something you want to talk about 🙂


Craig Waters @cswaters1                                 http://blog.rack.org.au


For this episode we had the following guests live on call:

Mark Whithouse @SW_DEF_STORAGE    http://www.nutanix.com
Alastair Cooke @DemitasseNZ                       http://www.demitasse.co.nz
Josh Odgers @Josh_Odgers                           http://joshodgers.com
Mike Laverick @Mike_Laverick                     http://communities.vmware.com/people/Mike_Laverick/blog
Roman Tarnavski @RomanT                          http://blog.romant.net

Thanks for being a guest on the show, APACVirtual really appreciate your support!

Also thanks to the following people on the call/ in the chat:

Stuart McHugh @stu_mchugh (vNews)     https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/stu-mchughs-virtualisation/id555945270
Graham F French @nakedcloudguy             http://www.thenakedcloudguy.com
Cameron Stockwell @ccstockwell                 http://www.nutanix.com
Andrew Dauncey @Daunce_

** End of Show Notes

Join Craig Waters (@cswaters1) in an interview with Nutanix to discuss how DAS is becoming a disruptor in the virtualisation / storage market  and their take on VMware’s Software Defined Datacentre (SDD) announcement. Learn about how Nutanix can solve your VDI dilema.

Any ideas from EMEA/APAC attendees on future topics?

Interested in being a guest on APACVirtual? reach out and contact me! @cswaters1

Start Time (GMT+11): 12/12/12 9:00 PM (EDT Sydney)
Duration (minutes): 45

Talkshoe Call ID: 75046

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