Vendors you don’t want to miss at VMworld: Infinio

One of the best parts of VMworld is checking out the Solutions Exchange which is your one stop shop for just about any product or solution for your virtual environment. Vendors bring their best and brightest people to these events so its a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the many great products available for vSphere. I’d thought I’d highlight a few of these vendors in a series of posts that you will not want to miss seeing at VMworld, next up: Infinio.

260x130Infinio launched in 2011 with a different approach to using content-based deduplication to solve real-world problems in virtual environments. Infinio’s unique architecture offers the efficiency of a global, content-based system, the flexibility of a content-addressable system with perfect distribution, and fills a gap in the market for an operationally non-disruptive, software-only solution to storage performance problems.

You can visit Infinio at VMworld in the Solutions Exchange at Booth #2029. Infinio is also participating in a number of events at VMworld that you don’t want to miss:

On Sunday they are a sponsor of the #VMunderground party, the biggest community-organized event at VMworld, which is being held at the Metreon City View starting at 7:30pm.  They have 5 VIP passes to give away so you can  Sign up for a chance to win VIP treatment at this fantastic evening of fun.

On Monday at 1:30pm you have the opportunity to meet their CTO, Scott Davis (formerly VMware’s CTO for EUC) for a vBrownbag talk entitled “Disruptive Storage Innovations and the Impact on Virtual Desktop Solutions.” Scott will discuss the next wave of storage technologies, their architecture and tradeoffs, while tying them to the unique demands of VDI environments.

On Wednesday you can have the opportunity to join Infinio’s CEO, Arun Argawal at 9am for breakfast and to hear more about the industry, his experience and how it is to be the CEO of a storage software company.

Finally be sure to follow @Infinio on Twitter to participate in the activities they post during VMworld and you may be the lucky winner of a $250 gift card.

Share This:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Please answer the following to prove you're not a bot * Time limit is exhausted. Please reload the CAPTCHA.