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Today we bring you a special live episode of our enterprise and consumer tech-cast, hosted by The Dude of enterprise tech, Greg Knieriemen, and cloud and storage master Ed Saipetch. Live from VMworld, they crash HP's customer appreciation reception.

Today's special guests include: Brady Wilson, CTO of Opus Interactive; Shahin Pirooz, the CTO of CenterBeam; Bethany Mayer, senior veep and GM at HP Networking; David Scott, senior VP at HP Storage; and Stephen Dewitt, vice president of marketing at the Enterprise Group.

We chat about

  • VMworld recap
  • Opus Interactive overview
  • CenterBeam overview
  • End-user utilisation of Software Defined Networking
  • The "promise" of Software Defined Networking
  • HP and open standards
  • David Scott reflects on HP storage's growth
  • Vendor innovation vs acquistion
  • The Software Defined Data Center
  • Evolving IT business models and utility billing
  • VMware's independence

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