Presenting at LISA’12 December 9th – 14th

I will be presenting at LISA 2012 conference this year in San Diego alongside John Arrasjid, Ben Lin and Mahesh Rajani. The two sessions I will be involved in will cover vCAT 3.0 topics, and a separate session on vCloud BCDR.

The LISA (Large Installation System Administration) Conference will run from 9th until 14th December.  An overview of the LISA conference is listed below from there website

Highlights of LISA ’12 include:
47 half- and full-day training sessions from the industry’s top instructors, including:

John Arrasjid, David Hill, Ben Lin, and Mahesh Rajani on Virtualization with VMware
Nan Liu on Puppet
Shumon Huque on Using and Migrating to IPv6
A technical program that offers practical information on a variety of key topics, including:

Vint Cerf’s Keynote Address on “The Internet of Things and Sensors and Actuators!”
Invited Talks such as Geoff Halprin’s Closing on “15 Years of DevOps” and Selena Deckelmann’s Plenary on “Education vs. Training”
Paper Presentations on practical concepts such as storage and data, tools you can use, and building and infrastructure.
Practice and Experience Reports that give you real-life experiences on topics ranging from iOS configuration management to optimizing a news Web site.
Interactive sessions, including:

Poster Sessions, BoFs, and Lightning Talks
Full- and half-day intensive Workshops geared towards Senior sysadmins
The Vendor Exhibition, where you’ll learn about cutting-edge products and services from industry leaders, provocative startups, and open source projects
Guru Is In sessions, led by experts such as Tom Limoncelli and Owen DeLong, which allow you to pose your toughest questions and get answers.
Last, but certainly not least, the “hallway track,” which offers ample opportunity to meet and mingle with colleagues and industry leaders during breaks, BoFs, and other social activities.

The sessions I will be presented are scheduled for Sunday 9th and Monday 10th. The full schedule can be viewed by clicking here

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