Tech Interviews the Keynote Round Up – NetApp Insight 2017 Day Three

One of the main components of any tech conference is the keynote sessions, these are the sessions that share the vision, set the context for the show and a good keynote is a vital part of creating the right atmosphere for those attending.

What I wanted to do with these special shows was to try and grab some of the immediate reaction from those attending the events and the keynote presentations that come with them.

Our first set of keynote reviews come from NetApp Insight 2017 in Berlin, getting the very latest in the data management field.

As we come toward the end of the conference, day three provided us with the final general sessions including a fascinating insight into rocket science as Adam Steltzner, part of the Mars Rover landing team, shared the part data played in their work.

082917_1433_ITAvengersP2.jpgJoining me in this final review from Insight is Jon Woan (@jonwoan)jon woan and Mick Kehoe (@mickehoe) providing their views on this session and as it was the final day, they also share their thoughts on what they’d heard throughout the conference, how it met their expectations and where NetApp covering the kind of things that they felt relevant.

Enjoy this last review from NetApp Insight and look out for upcoming reviews from other tech conferences in the future, as well as new episodes of Tech Interviews.

Don’t miss the round ups from day’s one and two, you’ll find them here.

Tech Interviews the Keynote Round Up – NetApp Insight 2017 Day One

Tech Interviews the Keynote Round Up – NetApp Insight 2017 Day Two

 

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