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Hi again everyone. We just got a new video interview with Brad posted about the HP relationship. Its a great way to learn more about what the HP and Microsoft relationship means for everyone, Brad was the man on point from the MS side, and has some great insight into the framework of the deal, and how it is structured across product roadmap, business applications and sales and marketing strategy. Check it out…
“Brad Anderson, CVP of System Center, and Jeff Wettlaufer, technical product manager for System Center, get together once again, this time to talk about the recent $250 million deal between Microsoft and HP. Brad discusses the three main pillars of the agreement, going into specifics on the key aspects of the development roadmap, including virtualization, management, application services, and cloud computing/Azure.”
Take care, thanks for reading
Jeff Wettlaufer Sr. Technical Product Manager System Center
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