I’ve returned (but not recovered) from EMC World. Did you watch the live video from SiliconANGLE? The over 5600 Tweets on #emcworld? Well, just in case you missed something, here are some videos and links.
First of all, on the blogger front – Len “the mayor” Devanna pulled off another fantastic blogger’s lounge – click on my “Blogger Photos” tab above for the group photo which links to Flickr where I have all of the names and Twitter handles listed.
All of the videos from “The Cube” can be found at http://www.justin.tv/nicefishfilms/videos
The videos include Joe Tucci, Michael Capellas, Pat Gelsinger, Howard Elias, Jeremy Burton, Jeff Nick, Steve Herrod, Chad Sakac, Chuck Hollis, Frank Hauck w/ the cover story customer from ON Magazine, the Women’s Executive Power Lunch with Polly Pearson, Kathrin Winkler and Gina Minks, the social media rockstar panel with Len, John Troyer, Stephen Foskett and John Furrier, and so many more that you should just take off next week to watch them all.
I too stepped into the Cube for my first live video experience. I had three segments discussing the Converged Network announcement that EMC made on Monday. The first segment (hosted here) was with Greg Schulz and Scott Lowe. All three of us cover networking in our blogs regularly, so it was an easy first assignment to cover with bright, articulate guys where I know their material.
The second segment (hosted here) was with Doug Ingraham and Charles Hood of Brocade. A good mix of the long EMC partnership, dynamics in the marketplace and what we’re seeing in the field.
The third segment (hosted here) was with Rajeev Bhardwj of Cisco discussing from how using 10Gb Ethernet and Converged Networks ties into the Journey to the Private Cloud to how EMC offering the Nexus 2000, 5000, 7000 expands the partnership. I shot another video with Cisco which should be showing up on their EMC World microsite soon.
EMC’s video team grabbed me to discuss a variety of topics and they’ve posted this one on social media at the conference.
So much goes on behind the scenes to pull of an event, as a friend of mine has on his email “I only make this look easy!“. Feedback and comments are always welcome.