UK VMUG – 15 November 2012 & I’ll be presenting
Update: 11 November – WIN A FANTASTIC PRIZE!!!
During my session I will be giving away a voucher for FREE access to all on-demand recorded VMworld 2012 sessions and content which includes:
- Videos (general sessions and super sessions)
- Flash presentations w/ audio over slides (all breakout sessions)
- PDF downloads (all sessions and labs)
- MP3 podcats (all sessions)
- Demo videos and scripts (select sessions and labs)
Just attend my session and have a chance to win this amazing prize, worth more than £500!!
National Motorcycle Museum
Bickenhill, Solihull, West Mids,
The day promises to be packed full of in-depth technical sessions, demonstrations and partner exhibits with a speaking line-up that can only be beaten by VMworld itself.
There are presentations by some of VMware’s premiere knowledge experts, including resource and availability gurus Duncan Epping & Frank Denneman, VCDXs Hugo Phan & Aidan Dalgleish, Mr. VMware Storage, Cormac Hogan and automation luminaries Alan Renouf and William Lam along with many others.
You can hear all about VMware’s vision of the Software Defined Data Centre from VMware’s European Chief Technologist Joe Baguley as well as Staying Sharp in IT from well known EMC industry expert Scott Lowe.
What is also exciting is there are a large number of community presentations by independents giving you the real how-to from the trenches sans the marketing.
I’ll be presenting a session on vSphere Networking and Converged IO with Blade Servers. I will be going through how blade servers bring converged IO to vSphere Networking and what design options you have to ensure high performance and availability.
The other community presentations are:
Ricky El-Qasem | Creating VMware Apps for Novice Programmers
Chris Dearden | A Techie’s Guide to Getting the Most Out of IT Support
Mike Laverick | Building my vCloud Director Home Lab
Tom Howarth | Deep Dive on Desktop Design for VDI
VMUGs are fantastic days filled with information that is invaluable to any IT person working with virtualisation. It’s not just the presentations that are useful but the chance to network with fellow IT people and share problems and solutions. Every time I attend I come back with a list of things I’ve learnt.
You can see the full agenda and register here: http://www.myvmug.org/e/in/eid=106&source=5
Looking forward to seeing you there!