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Burst: Software Defined Data Center Symposium – April 22 – Save $25

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The good folks at TechFieldDay.com are putting on a Software Defined Data Center Symposium in Santa Clara, CA on April 22, 2014. I won’t make the event this year as I can only be on a plane so often. But I was at last year’s SDDC Synposium, and it was an informative day hearing from several industry leaders. Worth the time.

This will feature many key figures from the industry and end-user community, and will include discussions of OpenFlow, software-defined networking (SDN), software-defined storage, converged infrastructure, and the greater software-defined future!

You can read more about the SDDC Symposium here. If you would like to save $25 on either an early bird or general admission seat at the event, use code PPPVIP25 when you register.

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