2 Replies Latest reply on Dec 9, 2008 3:46 PM by MacNoo

    BOF Topics

    keitha Hot Shot

       

      I am sure we will discuss this in the next session in Nov but I thought it would be good to start selecting some potential topics for our Birds of a Feather discussions. Ones that I could see off the top of my head are;

       

       

       

       

       

      -Backup and DR

       

       

      -Exchange on VMware

       

       

      -Databases on Vmware

       

       

      -VDI

       

       

      -General Architecture

       

       

       

       

       

      If you have other suggestions, want to comment on these suggestions or want to volunteer as an expert in one of these please let Susan and/or Terry know. (I am volunteering for the Backup and DR one if you want me)

       

       

       

       

       

      Keith

       

       

        • 1. Re: BOF Topics
          keitha Hot Shot

          For those that missed the November meeting here was what we voted on for the BOF topics;

           

          1. Backup

          2. Citrix on VMware

          3. Performance, Benhmarking and Capacity planning

          4. Patching

           

          For people who are not familiar with BOF (Birds of a feather) sessions, we will basically split up into small groups and share ideas about each of the topics. It is a great way to learn what other folks are doing and what success they are having. We have a moderator assigned to each group to keep the conversation on track and moving. It should be a great session!

           

          See you in February!

           

          Keith

          • 2. Re: BOF Topics
            MacNoo Enthusiast

             

            Hi,

             

             

            New to Fusion and just wondering if there is a mailing list I can sign up to to get notice of meetings or should I just check this website from time to time?

             

             

             

             

             

            Thanks

             

             

            Ken