VMworld US 2015: Something new and exciting is happening in VMware vSphere 6
VMware is expanding the platform’s SDS capabilities to incorporate and support third party software-based data services such as caching and replication.
With our FlashSoft software, we take advantage of these capabilities to optimize storage I/O performance, while running as a data service that is deployed and managed by vSphere storage policies. It’s real-world software-defined storage that delivers:
- Optimal performance benefits from host-based flash
- Integration into vSphere through VMware’s Storage Policy Based Management (SPBM)
- An all-software solution that runs on your current server and storage infrastructure
Learn about SanDisk®’s solutions for the All-Flash Virtual SAN 6
With the Industry’s broadest range of certified Virtual SAN flash products, SanDisk can show you how Software Defined Storage solutions based on SanDisk flash and VMware virtual SAN technology can deliver greater application and database performance, while significantly reducing storage costs. Eliminate high costs, reduce complexity and run business critical workloads like OLTP with SanDisk’s All-Flash Virtual SAN architectures.
Join Solution Experts in SanDisk booth #1920
Visit our booth to learn how you can deploy SanDisk technologies that are closely integrated with VMware data center solutions, to maximize value in a flash-optimized data center:
- Integrate and leverage core VMware vSphere technologies
- Increase VM density
- Boost application and database performance
- Reduce storage costs
Partner Solutions to Accelerate Your Business
SanDisk is trusted to power innovations through our technology ecosystem. Visit these booths to learn about SanDisk integrated partner solutions and win great prizes (GoPro 4, Wireless Headphones, and more!) through our Passport Program:
Dell in Booth #1417
Learn about the power of SanDisk DAS cache, developed exclusively for next generation Dell PowerEdge™ servers, and see certified SanDisk and Dell solutions for VMware Virtual SAN.
HP in Booth #1205
Learn how HP and SanDisk partner for the HP 3PAR StoreServ all-flash array, and deliver better performance at lower costs with VMware Virtual SAN.
Lenovo in Booth #1537
See how SanDisk flash hardware and software technology is accelerating Lenovo virtualization solutions.
CloudByte in Booth #2537
See how SanDisk flash and solid-state drive technologies have enabled CloudByte to take enterprise storage virtualization to the next level.
Tegile in Booth #1037
Discover Tegile’s new generation of affordable hybrid storage arrays incorporating SanDisk flash technology.
Nexenta Booth #1613
Get to know high-performance, scalable and cost-effective storage solutions from Nexenta using SanDisk flash technology.
SIOS Booth #1946
See how to combine SIOS software with the power and performance of SanDisk Fusion ioMemory solutions.
Don’t Miss Our Speaking and Technical Sessions
Reserve your seat today in one of these sessions to learn in-depth information on how SanDisk is powering Software Defined through flash acceleration.
Monday, Aug 31 12:30PM – 1:30PM
STO5704 – Using Virtual Data Services for IO Acceleration in vSphere
Speaker: Serge Shats, Engineering Fellow at SanDisk
This session takes a close look at how vSphere 6 allows third party virtual data services to be fully integrated with Storage Policy Based Management (SPBM), to safely accelerate IO between VMs and VMDKs.
Tuesday, Sep 1, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
EUC6510-SPO – Best Practices to Deploy All Flash Virtual SAN VDI Workloads Using VMware Horizon View
Learn how VMware, SanDisk, Brocade and Avago have joined hands to architect highly scalable, secure VDI architecture to deliver high-density 800+ virtual desktops per server.
Abid Saeed – Sr. Solution Architect, VMware
Nanjunda Somayaji – Sr. Technical Alliance Manager, Brocade, Inc
Biswapati Bhattacharjee – Technical Marketing Manager, SanDisk
Brian Sorby – Sr. Director, Avago Technologies
Tuesday, Sept 1, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
VAPP5737-SPO – Super-Charge Virtualized Business Critical Applications with Flash Storage
In this interactive panel session, industry experts in storage and flash technologies will share the best practices, use cases and newest validated reference architectures for deploying software defined data center solutions with the industry’s broadest portfolio of enterprise flash technologies and software defined storage from VMware, Nexenta and other SDC partners.
Tarkan Maner, Chairman and CEO, Nexenta
Chuck Hollis, Chief Strategist, Storage and Availability, VMware
Sergey Razin, CTO, SIOS Technology Corp
Biswapati Bhattacharjee, Technical Marketing Manager, SanDisk
Patric Chang, Senior Director, SanDisk
Tuesday, Sep 1, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
STO6069 – Partner Solutions for Virtualized Data Services
Dive in on partner solutions for Virtualized Data Services. As part of VMware’s larger Software Defined Storage vision, new capabilities have been added natively to the vSphere platform, such as the ability to insert data services caching.
Narasimha Krishnakumar, Director, Product Management, VMware
Serge Shats, Engineering Fellow, SanDisk
Tuesday, Sep 1, 1:50 PM – 2:10 PM
STP6313 – FlashSoft: Real-World Software-Defined Storage Acceleration
Learn how SanDisk’s FlashSoft Software, enabling host-level solid-state caching, optimizes storage I/O performance while running as a data service that is deployed and managed by vSphere storage policies.
Tom Matson, Director Channel Sales, SanDisk
Thursday, Sept 3 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
STO5157 – Running Business Critical Applications with VMware All Flash Virtual SAN
In this session, we will discuss how VMware All Flash Virtual SAN, a scale out and distributed system, helps achieve very high transactions (2 Million Transactions Per Minute) for such OLTP applications using Oracle 12c and Microsoft SQL Server 2014 as back-end database.
Jase McCarty, Technical Marketing, Storage and Availability, VMware
Biswapati Bhattacharjee, Technical Marketing Manager, SanDisk
VMworld 2015 San Francisco is almost here and SanDisk is excited to be there and talk with you about the future of flash in VMware® vSphere® 6.