SNIA XAM Initiative hosted concall meeting for ISVs and software developers -- Thursday July 22, 4-5PM Pacific Time

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wayne...@emc.com

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Jul 21, 2010, 4:33:54 PM7/21/10
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The SNIA Initiative wants to engage the XAM developer community for the following discussion points:

- Should SNIA host a XAM plugfest, in mid-September, Santa Clara CA -- would you participate onsite or remotely; for what testing objectives

- What marketing programs should SNIA undertake to raise industry awareness of XAM solutions

- What programs and activities should SNIA XAM Initiative focus on for second half 2010 and 2011 to aide in adoption, deployment,

build industry demand

 

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Date/Time of Call:
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Several XAM URLs to reference:

SNIA XAM Initiative: http://www.snia.org/forums/xam/

XAM Solutions available in the marketplace: http://www.snia.org/forums/xam/solutions

SNIA XAM Specification: http://www.snia.org/forums/xam/technology/specs/

SNIA XAM SDK: http://www.snia.org/forums/xam/technology/software/

SNIA XAM Developers Group: http://groups.google.com/group/xam-developers-group

 

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Mike Horgan

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Jul 22, 2010, 7:07:07 PM7/22/10
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Hi Wayne -

5 minutes in and the call hasn't started?  Did I miss it?  Just wanted to let you know that other interested folks may be in the same misguided boat as me.

Best Regards,
Mike Horgan



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Mike Horgan

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Jul 22, 2010, 7:08:30 PM7/22/10
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Oops, I take that back, thanks.  All fine now.

Mark Carlson

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Wayne is getting the code to start the call. Hang in there...

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Jul 23, 2010, 4:49:04 AM7/23/10
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Can someone post the minutes or a summary of the meeting?

I was intending to come on the call but fell asleep watching TV (the meeting was at midnight UK time) !!

Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless device


From: Mark Carlson <mark.c...@oracle.com>
Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2010 17:09:05 -0600
Subject: Re: [XAM Developer] SNIA XAM Initiative hosted concall meeting for ISVs and software developers -- Thursday July 22, 4-5PM Pacific Time

Mike Horgan

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Jul 23, 2010, 9:35:45 AM7/23/10
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Sorry for the incorrect reply address folks - Graham and I go way back :)

Best Regards,
Mike Horgan

On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 9:33 AM, Mike Horgan <mi...@interlock-tech.com> wrote:
Hey G -

I was on, truly fascinating stuff ;)

The only non-SNIA folks on the call were myself and Clark Hodge (along with Wayne Adams, Mark Carlson and Hope (literally and figuratively)).  To me it was mostly a call about "how can we drive more adoption of the standard" but given the small group it was more like a reality check on the current state of things with some discussion of CDMI as the next great hope for SNIA archiving standards.  Oh, and they decided to cancel the SDC XAM PlugFest for this year.  Overall it was pretty informal and not very much was accomplished. Seems to be the way it goes with XAM these days.

On a brighter note, we have one of our boxes in the partner lab at 80 South and the testing is going well so far.... and also we moved into an actual office in Waltham, MA.

When's your next trip over? Oh, and nice work at St. Andrews last weekend :)

Kramer 

Mike Horgan

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Jul 23, 2010, 9:33:04 AM7/23/10
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Hey G -

I was on, truly fascinating stuff ;)

The only non-SNIA folks on the call were myself and Clark Hodge (along with Wayne Adams, Mark Carlson and Hope (literally and figuratively)).  To me it was mostly a call about "how can we drive more adoption of the standard" but given the small group it was more like a reality check on the current state of things with some discussion of CDMI as the next great hope for SNIA archiving standards.  Oh, and they decided to cancel the SDC XAM PlugFest for this year.  Overall it was pretty informal and not very much was accomplished. Seems to be the way it goes with XAM these days.

On a brighter note, we have one of our boxes in the partner lab at 80 South and the testing is going well so far.... and also we moved into an actual office in Waltham, MA.

When's your next trip over? Oh, and nice work at St. Andrews last weekend :)

Kramer 




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