Consultant Social Media Engagement Manager, Dell EMC
Jamie brings over 20 years of experience in both traditional and digital marketing and has worked for companies like Direct to Retail Advertising, The Robb Report Magazine and Monster.com.
She joined Dell EMC over four years ago to manage the Advanced Software Division’s social media strategy, and since then has taken on the challenge of managing the social media strategy for Dell EMC's Core Technologies Division. Her newest role will be managing Digital Campaigns for the Dell EMC Data Protection Division as well as leading strategy for Social Media in both the Data Protection and Storage Divisions.
Jamie is also a Beachbody Coach helping to inspire others to live a healthier and more active lifestyle. When she is not Tweeting on behalf of Dell EMC or working out to Beachbody, you can find her at a live music venue watching her favorite artist or planning her next theme party.
Follow her on Twitter @MnkyGrl47 or @CoachFab40
You may have heard in the news that a little merger happened a few weeks ago between Dell and EMC. Of course I say that kiddingly. This was the biggest merge to take place in technological history. A major transformation has been taking place to bring these two technology power houses together as the newly formed Dell EMC. I, for one, could not be more excited to be a part of making history as an employee of this amazing new company.
So why am I telling you all this? I want to invite you to also be a part of history in the making by getting a first-hand -view of the transformation. How you ask? Join us for an exclusive Dell EMC event this week in San Francisco. A three day event starting today is being hosted at 839 Howard Street right across from Moscone Center West. My suspicion is many of you reading this are at Oracle Open World…so why not stop by? Here are a few reasons why you should:
You’ve heard a lot about Dell EMC – Find out directly from the experts what that means to you
Dell EMC Oracle Solutions experts will be onsite conducting 1×1 demos and answering all of your questions
Technical experts will be running engaging sessions that will showcase Dell EMC solutions for Oracle Applications
Breakfast and lunch will be served AND it will be amazing! If you joined us last year you know this is no average conference food
Dell EMC knows how to throw a party! This Tuesday night will be one you won’t want to miss
Last year we built a data center as part of our efforts to display our full portfolio of products at EMC World. We would have never imagined the level of interaction and interest we received with hundreds of customers coming through the exhibit every day. Our customers, partners, and internal EMC folks love technology and there is no better way to get a ‘feel’ for it than actually touching it.
This year we decided to do the same thing showcasing some of the most exciting technology advances in years. We organized our live modern data center by 5 key pillars:
Flash – everyone understands the benefits of Flash from a performance perspective, mainly delivering predictable low response times. But supply-side innovation is allowing us to embed much denser 3D-NAND technologies delivering unprecedented density and lowering CAPEX and OPEX in ways not possible before. All Flash arrays make more sense than ever and we showcased the coolest kids on the block:
Unity All Flash systems combining the benefits of flash with unprecedented efficiency and simplicity. Unity is built with end-to-end simplicity in mind bringing innovation like an HTML5-based GUI and a REST API to simplify operations. We also previewed CloudIQ, a cloud-based analytics dashboard to address and manage larger topologies much more proactively.
VMAX All Flash combining the benefits of flash with uncontended data services and availability features like SRDF. Through the integration with CloudArray customers can be strategic about their hybrid cloud strategy. Flash where you need it and cloud where you don’t.
XtremIO is the uncontended all flash array market leader delivering integrated copy data management capabilities allowing customers to leverage flash in ways they could never before. Being able to deliver copies on demand means better business agility. Being able to do so without tradeoffs around performance and efficiency is the hallmark of the XtremIO architecture and something competitors struggle to match.
One interesting addition to our data center this year was DSSD which helps our customers get business outcomes faster than ever before by essentially stripping code out of the IO path while preserving the benefits of shared storage. Server-side flash has often been used but leads to stranded storage and the need to shuffle data around, limited capacity, and no enterprise features to secure the data set. Compare that to DSSD D5, which can provide 144TB capacity, deliver 10MM IOPS at microseconds response times, all in 5U.
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