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    VMware Coffee Talk - VMware Studio 2.0 Live Webinar - June 24th 2009 - 9:00 - 10:00 AM PST

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      PDF slides available - please see attachment.

       

      All recordings and pdfs will be available on our VMware Coffee Talk Blog

       

      Link to Coffee Talk Blog

      http://communities.vmware.com/blogs/DeveloperCenter/2009/07/01/announcing-the-vmware-coffee-talk-live-webinars-first-wed-of-the-month-900-am-1000-am-pst

       

       

       

      Title: Studio 2.0: Build vApps and virtual appliances for the cloud

      Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2009

      Time: 9:00 am, Pacific Daylight Time (GMT -07:00, San Francisco)

      Meeting Number: 929 034 081

      Meeting Password: (This meeting does not require a password.)

      More registration details below.

       

      Abstract: VMware Studio 2.0 helps configure, build, deploy, customize and maintain vApps and virtual appliances. These solution stacks can be deployed on VMware vSphere 4.0 or in the cloud and can be managed from the VMware Studio web console or from VMware vCenter Server. In this webinar, software vendors, application developers and IT administrators will get an overview of vApps and virtual appliances followed by what's new in Studio 2.0. We will walk you through the entire build process by starting with an application created in Eclipse (via the Eclipse plug-in in Studio) and demonstrating how it can be packaged as either a vApp or virtual appliance in OVF format. The process will also reveal various automated tools available, for creating a clean out-of-box experience, such as specifying exact OS requirements, building an update repository, adding custom management services and adding existing VM builds as input.VMware Studio 2.0 is going to be available as a public beta starting June 29, 2009

       

      Level: Beginner with basic understanding of Eclipse and Virtualization concepts.

       

      Speaker Matthew Ford Sr. Member Technical Staff BIO