Build Day Live! Educating Your Enterprise
About Build Day Live!
Build Day Live! focuses on showing people how your product will fit in their data center. It is – in so many words – an alternate source material and marketing product. We do Day 1 Installation into an infrastructure, and go over the pros and cons with your leading engineers, support, and more.
Build Day Live! also gets a deeper insight into the company, finding out why this product exists, and how it can benefit the company 5, 10, or more years down the road.
Build Day Live!
Regular Blog Posts
The value of Build Day Live! for us was a perfect storm of product demonstration and expert analysis blowing up on social media—the community reach was off the charts and video assets were pure gold!
Build Day Live! allowed Pure Storage to demonstrate that our products and support deliver above and beyond their marketing message.
The Build Day Live! Crew
Adam Carter is a principal architect at NetApp and has been looking at the future of the HCI and cloud platforms. He sees a time when NetApp services are unifying multiple on-premises and cloud platforms to enable applications to be placed where they bring the most value.
We know SolidFire is the storage component of the NetApp HCI platform. Dean Steadman tells us about the SolidFire features that make it an ideal platform for an HCI solution. From the scale-out architecture to the built-in dafa efficiency featuresand Qaulity of Service control, SolidFire seems to have been prupose designed to be ideal for […]
As the product manager for the NetApp HCI platform, Vania Xu is deeply involved in the new features in each release. Vania tells us about the features on the new 1.7 platform release. The headline feature is the addition of Cloud Control as the foundation for hybrid cloud integration with on-premises HyperConverged Infrastructure. This release […]
Alastair Cooke is joined by Rafal Sydor as they open up the box and look at the latest generation of NetApp HCI hardware. This is a new 1U rack server that allows more extreme scale-up node performance than traditional 4-in-2U enclosures. Rafal and Alastair discuss the features of the hardware, and how you can scale […]