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VMworld 2008: Interviews with CxOs of top Virtualization firms: Second Call!



My list is growing and I am going to be busy planning our interviews. Half of them are planned and I want to cover most of the parties during the partner day, which is coming Monday.

Who are we already talking to?

Bluelane (VP)

CirBA (VP)

Catbird (VP)

Citrix (Simon Crosby and other execs)

ClearCube (Execs/Strategist)

Embotics (CEO, VP)

ManageIQ(CEO)*

Microsoft (Patrick, Mike Neil and Jeff Woolsey)

Microsoft customer's experience with Hyper-V

Neverfail (SVP, VP)

Parallels (Dir.)

VMlogix (CEO/Founder)

Virtual Iron (VP)

VMware (Several Execs)

Veeam (CEO)



I'll be missing my friends at:
PanoLogic
Relfex Security
Marathon Technolgies
VMware friends from U.S
VKernel
and many more actually (they are too many to list here)

Note: My schedule is running almost full, so should you want to chip in, do let me know. Or else we'll be closing the interview session planning. (I need to also meet our friends personally over Dinner and have some beer/wine. I have one planned with Veeam and the other with Citrix/Microsoft). These interviews will be conducted for Virtualization.com. We might also end up interviewing the Founder/CEO of Virtualization.com, Mr. Toon Vanagt sometime later.

I'll be issuing a final call on Saturday.

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