2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 17, 2011 6:39 AM by buckethead

    Atlanta Regional VMUG Event on 10-24

    buckethead Hot Shot

      On October 24th the Atlanta VMUG will be hosting an all day VMware User Summit at the Georgia World Congress Center in downtown Atlanta.  Registration is open two full months before the event.  We are still finalizing the Agenda and will get posted as soon as we can.

       

      If you are in the Southeast and cannot attend VMworld you will want to be at this free all day event.  If you are going to VMworld you will still want to attend this event to gain even more knowledge and chances to network with your peers.  We wanted to make sure to give everyone plenty of time to be aware of the event.  Our goal is to make this be the biggest VMUG event yet.  We have a lineup of virtualization experts that you will want to meet and hear speak.

       

      Register for the October 24th event at http://www.myvmug.org/e/in/eid=71

       

      Keep checking back for more details on the event.  If you can't wait we might be leaking information at one of the following locations over the next few weeks.

       

      If you have questions or concerns let us know.

       

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        • 1. Re: Atlanta Regional VMUG Event on 10-24
          buckethead Hot Shot

          The Agenda for Atlanta VMware User Conference on October 24th at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta Georgia is live.  This is an all day event that will be packed with great information and opportunity to expand your virtualization skills.  This is an event for Advanced, Intermediate and even the new kids on the block.

           

          This event will feature:

          • 7 Educational Tracks
          • 7 VMware Educational Sessions
          • Multiple Keynotes
          • Exhibitor area with 50 vendors
          • Complimentary breakfast and lunch
          • Labs from EMC and NetApp

           

          There will be well known bloggers such as Scott Lowe, Mike Laverick, Hal Rottenberg, Vaughn Stewart, and Chad Sakac presenting along with others.

           

          Please register as soon as possible to make sure you can attend.

          http://www.myvmug.org/e/in/eid=71

           

          You will not want to miss this event.

           

          If you have questions or concerns let us know.

           

          Connect with us on LinkedIn

          Join us in the VMWare  Community

          Follow us on Twitter @atlvmug or use #ATLVMUG to stay up to date

          • 2. Re: Atlanta Regional VMUG Event on 10-24
            buckethead Hot Shot

            The Atlanta VMUG Summit is less than a week away.  There is still plenty of time to get signed up. Make sure that you are following @ATLVMUG on twitter so that you can receive info on parking, scheule changes, etc.

             

            Sign up now and join us for FREE in-depth technical sessions, exhibits, and demonstrations from VMware and industry partners on Monday, October 24, 2011.

            Highlights at this year's event:

            • 7 Repeating VMware Sessions:
              • Top 3 Requirements for Data Security in the Cloud
              • vCenter™ Operations – What's New, What's Cool?
              • Performance Best Practices for VMware vSphere™ 5.0
              • Troubleshooting Storage Performance -
                Is it the Hardware or the Software
              • HA 5.0 Deep Dive
              • End User Computing – VMware View™ 5.0, Horizon Project AppBlast, Project Octopus
              • Moving to an "IT as a Service" Model,
                While Retaining Control
            • vTalks with some of the leading names in virtualization:
              • Mike Laverick: vExpert, Blogger, SRM Rockstar,
                author of RTFM, a popular virtualization education website
              • Scott Lowe: vExpert, EMC vSpecialist CTO, Blogger, author of The Mastering VMware vSphere Series
              • M. Vaughn Stewart: vExpert, NetApp Director, Cloud Computing and Virtualization Evangelist, Blogger, author of The Virtual Storage Guy
              • Hal Rottenberg: ATLVMUG’s own vExpert,  Microsoft PowerShell MVP, author of Managing VMware Infrastructure with Windows PowerShell: TFM
            • Hands on Labs
            • Expert Storage Panel:
              • Mike Laverick, Vaughn Stewart, Scott Lowe,
                Chip Brodhun (CORAID), Paul Costello (Whiptail)

             

            Register, Attend, and Win
            All members who register and attend the Atlanta VMUG Summit 2011 will be automatically entered into a drawing to win:

            • Mac Book Pro
            • FREE one-year VMUG Advantage subscription

             

            View the agenda, including all breakout sessions.