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VMUG Carolina Summit: Be There or Don’t…See if I Care. No Really. Do Be There.

May 5, 2011 is a date anyone in the Carolinas should mark on their calendars. No seriously, go do it. I’ll wait…

Done yet? Cool. For those not in the know, May 5th is the date for this years annual Carolina VMware Users Summit. It’s a great conference to attend and gives you a lot of opportunity to mingle with fellow VMware users, meet with industry experts, learn and see new things related to VMware. It’s an event I strongly recommend to everyone, and if you aren’t in the region, the VMUG puts on other regional events you should think about attending. Below are the details.

Date: Thursday, May 5th

Location: Charlotte Convention Center

Time: 7:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m.

Here is a quick blurb from the organizers:

Join your fellow VMware users during this full-day event for in-depth technical sessions, demonstrations and exhibits. We have an exciting event planned for you with an unprecedented line up of presenters and educational opportunities:

  • Morning Keynote is presented by Scott Harvey, VMware VP of Professional Services
  • Industry Expert Sessions:
    • Mike Laverick – Disaster Recovery
    • Mike DiPetrillo – Cloud in the Real World
    • Martin Klaus – A Practical Guide to VMware vCenter™ Operations
    • Mac Binesh – VMware View™ Reference Architecture
    • Kyle Gleed – Transitioning to ESXi
    • Aaron Miller – Automating vSphere with PowerCLI, A Primer
  • Two concurrent lab opportunities throughout the day
  • Share your success stories, challenges and solutions with your peers

Registration is now open and the agenda will be updated weekly. Be sure to share this meeting information with your colleagues.

And here is a quick peak at the agenda for the event:

More info and the link to register can be found HERE. Hope to see you all there.

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