Vote on Geek Day Breakouts by Friday

Planning and promotion for Geek Day, one of the largest virtualization conferences in the nation, is in full force…here’s the latest from the marketing team:

Geek Day is rocking into action for 2011 and its time for you to register for your backstage pass.

Geek Day is one of the nation’s premier technology events focused exclusively on virtualization and data center solutions. This year’s event will feature a packed agenda filled with innovative technologies, interesting and informative breakout sessions and multiple hands-on learning labs.

There are three main components to this free event to qualified attendees:

  1. The Networking – Geeks are better in numbers, when ideas and dialogue flow.
  2. The Breakouts – Geek Day sponsors are invited, based on merit, to conduct 50-minute breakout sessions.
  3. The Lab – Each solution has a fully functioning demonstration.


Take a minute to review the short description of each proposed breakout on our website at Then rank your top FIVE most desired breakouts for inclusion in this year’s program.

Acronis – 30 Minute Virtualization: A cookbook for Migration and Disaster Recovery

AMD – AMD Processor Road Map with Focus on Virtualization and Cloud Computing

APC – Keeping the Cloud Cool

AppSense – Why User Virtualization Isn’t Profile Management and Why It Will Be Bigger Than VDI!

BlueCat Networks – IPV6, Are you ready for the new Internet

BMC Software – Building the Next Generation Cloud with BMC

Cisco – Cisco’s Virtual Experience Infrastructure (VXI)

Citrix – Citrix: The Magic of Virtual Computing Revealed

Compellent – Demonstrating the Difference a Fluid Data Architecture Can Make

Dell – The Efficient Datacenter with Dell Storage and Dell Kace

eG Innovations – Managing Virtual Servers is Not the Same as Managing Virtual Desktops

EMC – Backup with Deduplication: Accelerating the Journey to 100 Percent Virtualization

EMC – Getting the Most Out of Your Storage Infrastructure with Client and Server Virtualization

Emerson Network Power – Trellis, a clear vision for dynamic IT infrastructure optimization

F5 Networks – Application Delivery Technology

Fusion-io – NAND Flash Technologies

HP – HP Software’s Converged Management for the Virtualized Data Center

Intel – Securing Cloud Access: Beyond Enterprise Identity and Access Management

NetApp – Pre-Validated Data Center Solutions: Which One Takes the Cake?

Panduit – Data Center Optimization

Quantum – Solving Data Management Problems

Quest Software – Complexity Kills: See how Internal Clouds and better infrastructure management can give you your life back

Savvis – Enterprise Cloud Delivered: The Journey to Public, Private and Hybrid Cloud is Underway

Unidesk – VDI Storage Should Be Local! No, VDI Storage Should Be Centralized!

Uplogix – Give me network automation I actually trust.

VMTurbo – How far can you safely stretch your virtual infrastructure?

VMware – View Composer – Technical Deep Dive and Best Practices

VMware – VMware View references Architecture

Wyse – Zero Clients – ready for prime time? That Depends.

Xiotech – Using Hybrid (SSD+HDD) Intelligent Storage Elements in Virtual Server and Desktop Environments

The top 15 breakout sessions will be posted on Monday, February 7.


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