TechField Day 18 – Day 1 With Datera, NetApp and VMware

Ed Horley was one of the delegates that made his way down to Austin for Tech Field Day last week. The event had a full roster of prominent IT companies. In this post, Ed focuses on what he heard on day one of the event, with presentations from Datera, NetApp, and VMware. For him, the three companies showed varying approaches on how to differentiate their solutions based on how they are handling data analytics. These differences in approaches were illuminating in how each pitched their value to the delegates.


Tech Field Day 18 is Feb 6-8 2019 – Look out Austin!

Ed Horely has been attending Tech Field Day events for over half a decade, originally joining the delegate fold back in 2013. He most recently returned at Tech Field Day in Austin last week, getting to drink for the IT firehose for two days. We’re looking forward to what Ed though of the event in future posts. Be sure to watch all the Tech Field Day video on our YouTube channel.


I’ll be at Tech Field Day Extra at VMworld US 2018 and Future:net

We’re excited to have Ed Horley coming to Tech Field Day Extra a VMware US next week. We’ve got a full lineup of presenting companies, so make sure you follow along with Ed and the other delegates on our live stream.


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Data Field Day Roundtable – telemetry and the impact on understanding data


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Software-Defined Data Center Symposium is September 10, 2013 in Santa Clara, CA

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Ed Horley

20 years in tech, “Crazy IPv6 dude”, co-chair California IPv6 Task Force, author (Apress and Pluralsight), blogger and occasional speaker