SNIA Tutorials - How to Submit a Speaker Proposal
SNIA SNW Tutorials
Developed by SNIA member participants, all SNIA Tutorials are peer-reviewed by members of the SNIA. Submissions are typically, but not exclusively, made by SNIA members, including vendors, training companies, analysts, consultants, and end-users. Given the technical education nature of these sessions, some topics may be covered in multiple, successive sessions with increasing complexity. Organized by track, SNIA Tutorials are vendor-neutral and are designed to give a consensus, industry view of particular topics of contemporary concern to the industry and its customers. Tutorials are jointly owned by the SNIA and the author and are produced, branded, and delivered by the SNIA.
Other Speaking Opportunities
Storage Developer Conference Presentations
SDC provides the information and know–how to further advance solutions with features that shorten time to market for a developed solution, increase acceptability and interoperability in production environments, and help participants understand where storage technologies are heading. In addition, plans are being finalized for another successful CIFS/SMB/SMB2 plugfest. Share your knowledge and experience as a storage development professional by submitting a presentation for consideration at SDC.
For dates or more information contact Nancy Clay, SNIA Education Program Manager at email@example.com.
More Information on How to Become a Speaker
For more information about the speaker submission process contact Nancy Clay, SNIA Education Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.