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The Cloudcast Ep. 22 - Live From CA World With Andi Mann

11.17.2011
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The Cloudcast - Eps.22 - “Live from CA World with Andi Mann”
Date: November 13, 2011
Guest: Andi Mann, VP of Strategic Solutions @ CA Technologies (Blog: http://pleasediscuss.com/andimann/ & Twitter: http://twitter.com/andimann)





Q: Our “Big Bosses” just co-presented at the Opening keynote (CA Technologies CEO Bill McCracken, Michael Capellas for VCE, and Vivek Kundra, the first CIO of the U.S. federal government), What did you think and what can we expect at CA World this week?
Q: VCE and CA announced a partnership earlier this year, what are some of the highlights of the program?

Q: What are your thoughts on public, private, hybrid and if a customer is new to the environment, where do they start?
Q: Earlier this year you co-authored Visible Ops Private Cloud: From Virtualization to Private Cloud in 4 Practical Steps. Tell us a little about the book and the feedback you’ve received to date. You mention it is a book for “doers” and not just “thinkers”, What did you mean by that?
Q: You repeatedly mention, Design Services, Not Systems!

Q: I have to mention the term Virtual Stall, Steve Kaplan at INX (now Presidio) gives you credit for the phrase in one of our first episodes. Do you still see Virtual Stall?
 
 
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