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Brocade FICON Customer Council

07 May 2019
| 10:00 | Frankfurt | Edu Days

Please join Broadcom's Brocade Storage Networking (BSN) Division for our exclusive FICON Customer Council, taking place in Frankfurt this year at “The Squaire” at Frankfurt Airport on May 7th.

We're delighted to welcome to Germany Howard L. Johnson, Technology Architect (FICON), who will host the session.
As a round-table, the day is intended to be an interactive session with plenty of time for open discussion, Q&A, and your valuable feedback.

Agenda
10:00-10:30 Registration
10:30-10:45 Welcome
10:45-11:30 Brocade GEN6 FICON Portfolio
11:30-12:30 FICON Roadmap
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:00 Fibre Channel Future
14:00-15:00 Congestion Free SANs
15:00-16:00 Q&A, Discussion & Coffee Break

We look forward to seeing you there.

Speaker: Howard Johnson
Howard L. Johnson Technology Architect (FICON) Howard Johnson began his career in 1984 developing configuration applications for 3270 Cluster Controllers for McDATA Corporation in Boulder, Colorado. In 1993, in partnership with IBM, Johnson was part of the team that created the ESCON Director Models 3/4/5 as well as the FICON to ESCON Bridge. As technical leader, he directed the efforts of the technical teams that expanded IBM‘s original storage-area networks (SAN) from ESCON to FICON. Today, Howard Johnson is a member of the Brocade SAN Networking (BSN) business unit of Broadcom and is an active member of the T11 Working Groups. He has more than 34-years of professional experience in high-end processing environments and is responsible for the technical strategy relating to Brocade‘s System z Infrastructure offerings.

The Squaire, Frankfurt 12,
60549

THANK YOU FOR YOUR REGISTRATION

You should recieve a confirmation email within a few minutes to confirm your registration. We look forward to seeing you at the event.

If you do not recieve this or have any questions please contact your Brocade account manager.

Kind regards,
Brocade

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