It’s VMworld time again, and Barracuda is both an exhibitor and a sponsor. We’re hoping to see all of you at the Moscone Center in a few days. Stop by and see us at booth 2011 in Hall C.
VMworld is a great opportunity to learn about a variety of technologies and industry trends. VMworld has a ‘why attend’ video that sums it up nicely:
- Data Protection Plus – The flagship solution of our storage portfolio, Data Protection Plus pulls together several layers of storage, disaster recovery, and security. Data Protection Plus helps you get the most out of your data protection investment and ensure your access to your data.
- Total Threat Protection – A simple, affordable, best-of-breed security solution, Barracuda Total Threat Protection secures all network threat vectors. Each component provides comprehensive protection on its own respective vector—network, user, email, Web application, remote access, and mobile. Barracuda Total Threat Protection scales with your organization and evolves with a constantly changing threat landscape.
- Barracuda + Public Cloud – We’ve had great progress making our solutions available in Microsoft Azure, Amazon AWS, and vCloud Air. Our customers using the public cloud can now leverage Barracuda solutions for network security, application security, email management, and application delivery. Visit us in booth 2011 to learn more about this.
- Protect, Secure, Deliver – Bring a few friends to the booth for an adhoc presentation on the Barracuda story. What can we do for you? How do we do it? Why choose Barracuda? Learn all this and more from our team.
Stop by to see one of these presentations and walk away with a Barracuda tshirt.
We’re also coming to VMworld with some very exciting new product news that you won’t want to miss. Stay tuned for more on that!
VMworld 2015 takes place August 30 – September 3 at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA. You can learn more about the event here.
We’ll be in booth 2011, Hall C. For live updates and pictures from the event, follow us on Twitter @barracuda, and follow the VMworld social stream here.