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I'm extending this invitation to you to join us at an exclusive, invitation-only dinner discussion happening at The Metropolitan Grill in Seattle entitled "Storage and Virtualization Essentials for 2010."

This open-discussion with a select group of your peers is being held on Thursday evening, January 21st, and begins with a cocktail hour at 5:00pm.

Independent expert Tony Asaro - Senior Consultant and Founder of The INI Group — gives a short presentation and then moderates a discussion focused around the idea that storage professionals at companies not on the Fortune 500 have the same server/data center and storage needs as those larger organizations, but have limited staff, resources, and budgets to achieve those goals. Tony will lead the discussion delving into how your peers are solving the very challenges you face.

And, perhaps most importantly, it is FREE to attend for those who we are extending this invitation to.

Date and Location

January 21st
5:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Metropolitan Grill, 820 2nd Avenue in downtown Seattle

Delegate seats at this FREE dinner discussion are strictly limited to the first 20 qualified applicants. To claim your seat, call Ryan Hawley at (508) 621-5594, or apply online.

For more information on this dinner, please visit the event webpage here.

Attend this dinner discussion with your true peers - all attendees are from companies with between 100 and 500 employees – and you’ll walk away with tips to address the following key challenges:

  • Storage technology choices in virtual server environments
  • Tips for optimizing storage in tough economic times
  • Choosing storage projects when you have enterprise data needs and SMB budget and resources
  • Backup and Disaster Recovery Planning: Challenges with availability, reliability and recoverability
  • Evaluating ‘New’ technologies: data dedupe, cloud storage and backup, FCoE, solid state disk

The event is carefully timed to coordinate with your 2010 planning efforts and the entire discussion happens in the context of the size of your organization. Enjoy a delicious steak dinner. Learn from the approaches your peers are taking, the expert advice from Tony Asaro and the solutions that sponsors Dell and VMware discuss that are right-sized to your specific needs.

For more information on this dinner, please visit the event webpage.

Speakers

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Speaker One
Vice President of Data Center Technologies
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Speaker Two
Vice President of Data Center Technologies
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Speaker Three
Vice President of Data Center Technologies

Agenda

10:00 AM
Doors Open/ Exhibit Hall Open/Networking Lounge Open
11:00 AM
Three Keys to Agile Development
Jon Kern
12:00 PM
Best Practices for Agile Project Management
Mike Dwyer
1:30 PM
Exhibit Hall Open, Live Chats
2:00 PM
Keynote Presented by Platinum Sponsor
3:00 PM
Exhibit Hall Open, Live Chats
3:30 PM
Winning Tools Strategies for Agile Development
Panel Discussion
4:45 PM
Exhibit Hall Open, Live Chats
5:15 PM
Agile Strategies for Testing and Quality Assurance
John Overbaugh
6:15 PM
Exhibit Hall Open, Live Chats

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