on 10-07-201305:46 AM - last edited on 10-28-201301:22 PM by bcm1
At VMworld Barcelona, Brocade will showcase cool solutions to help customers tap the benefits of new data center technologies. Brocade will use an innovative display approach where virtual individuals interactive with their live counterparts to demonstrate the benefits that can be realized when virtual and physical resources are utilized together.
One of the Brocade Booth Presentations – the Virtual Amanda in the Virtual/Physical Infinite Game
At the Brocade booth, you can also see how the Brocade VCS Gateway for NSX can help you move smoothly to the new Data Center by allowing workloads to utilize resources running on virtual and physical networks.
At this event, Cloud Management will be a big topic. Cloud Management allows organizations to drive greater automation and management leading to higher efficiency. Brocade has been collaborating with VMware on a SAN Analytics Management Pack for vCenter Operations Management and a Content Pack for Log Insight. Participants can see how to simplify SAN operations management with Brocade Management Pack at the Brocade booth.
For participants preferring a more hands-on experience, you can build your own Data Center network in 5 minutes. If you are longing to bust your application out of your private data center into a public cloud, check out how you can use the Vyatta vRouter to connect to public cloud services easily and securely.
Participants seeking to gain an in-depth knowledge of Brocade Data Center Networking for Data Transformation using NSX should join Jon Hudson’s breakout session #NET6091.
To learn how to perform Health, Risk and Efficiency Assessment of SAN Infrastructure with vCenter Operations Management Suite, Didier Stople’s session #STO6123 is a smart choice.
So, whether you feel optimal with physical or partial to virtual or simply game to learn more about software-defined networking (SDN) for the new data center - Booth P202 is the place to converge - to find the virtual / physical balance that is just right for your data center requirements.