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Barcelona – October 15 - 17

by sgopinat on ‎07-16-2013 09:01 PM (1,319 Views)

VISIT BROCADE IN BOOTH P202.

Please join us at VMworld Europe in Barcelona (15th-17th October) to see the tools you need to innovate and thrive by streamlining your data centre and virtual workspace infrastructure.
 
Find out how Brocade can help you:
  • Increase data centre operational efficiency
  • Provide agile and flexible on-demand networking
  • Migrate smoothly to the software-defined data centre

DON’T MISS THESE BROCADE SESSIONS.

 

Health, Risk and Efficiency Assessment of SAN Infrastructure with vCenter Operations Manager (vCOPS)

Session ID: STO6123
Tuesday October 15,  17:00
Jon Hudson, Principal Engineer, Brocade

Didier Stolpe, Senior Product Manager, Brocade

VMware vCenter Operations Manager (vCOPS) is a powerful tool and platform to:
  • Manage your cloud infrastructure  health, monitor applications performance
  • Assess the risks based on growing  resource consumption
  • Reclaim over-provisioned capacity so  assets can be better utilized in most data centers
  • Fibre Channel SAN fabrics are deployed  between the Server VMs and the storage LANs to enable reliable, predictable and  high performance traffic flows between applications and data stores.
This session looks at using vCOPS with the Brocade management software to provide a comprehensive SAN view. This capacity provides data center administrators with a more comprehensive visibility of their SAN storage networking so that they can monitor and manage their storage networks, compute and storage resources from an end-to-end perspective using vCOPS. This session will discuss how Brocade network management software (comprising of the Brocade Network Advisor and Brocade’s integration) can be used with the VMware vCOPS analytics engine to accurately assess and predict potential service degradation and to help rapid service restoration and avoidance of disruptions.
       
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Jon Hudson
Principal Engineer

Brocade

 
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Didier Stolpe
Senior Product Manager Brocade
 

 

Advanced Network Designs for Data Centre Transformation

Session ID: NET 6091
Wednesday October 16, 12:30
Jon Hudson, Principal Engineer, Brocade

This session will look at advanced network designs that will allow data centre professionals to deploy VMware NSX network virtualization today with the flexibility and scalability to support future workloads and network products. In order for this to be successful, customers need to take into account the application workloads and the traffic flows across their data center networks. This session will help you determine the design that best suit your requirements by addressing these questions:
  • As you increase the mix of application  workloads to be virtualised, which network design is best suited for a smooth  transition?
  • Which design provides the best  flexibility to deploy more applications, increase network virtualisation and  add more capacity to support more traffic, applications, users and organisation?
  • How can you ensure high performance,  reliability and scalability for the underlying network to support the changing  overlay network requirements?
  • What about the other L4-L7 network  services such as providing load balancing, firewall and other services? How do  you incorporate these into your design?
  • How does your design better enable you to address  failures, performance or capacity issues?
This session will discuss the virtual/physical networking integration that Brocade has developed using Brocade’s VDX/VCS Ethernet fabrics.
 
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Jon Hudson
Principal Engineer Brocade
 

SEE THESE NEW DEMOS.

Take a personal demo tour of the Brocade booth with one of our Principal Engineers and see how our solutions can benefit your VM environment.
 
  • ETHERNET FABRICS
    Build Your Own Ethernet Fabric
  • OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
    Brocade Analytic Pack for VMware vCOPS
  • SOFTWARE NETWORKING AND HYBRID CLOUD
    Brocade Vyatta vRouter;Brocade vADX
  • NETWORK VIRTUALISATION, SOFTWARE-DEFINED NETWORKING
    Brocade VCS Gateway for NSX