See you at London VMUG 22nd January

I meant to post this last year but totally forgot.

I will be presenting at the London VMUG on January 22nd.  I always enjoy attending the London VMUG, it has a great community presence, and lots of Great British Techies turn up.

The VMUG will be held in the usual place:

London Chamber of Commerce and Industry
33 Queen Street
London, EC4R 1AP
Click here for directions

Some great meeting highlights too, check out the presenter list below:

  • Puppet-Robbie Jerrom, VMware
  • Presentation from Frank Denneman, PernixData and their customer, Cloudhelix
  • Presentation by Simplivity
  • Presentation by Unitrends
  • 5 Starting Points for Cloud Adoption-Dave Hill, VMware
  • Containers, DevOps and VMware-Andy Jenkins,VMware
  • Bringing SDDC to Life-A Real World Development-Adrian Roberts, VMware
  • Labs with Xtravirt

and of course, who can forget about the legendary London vBeers.  Can’t quite beat a London vBeers.

To register for the London VMUG click here

My session details are:

Session: The 5 Starting Points for Cloud Adoption
Abstract: Businesses globally are enthusiastically embracing cloud computing as both a way of reducing costs and improving the quality of service IT provides to its end customers. To achieve this, enterprises are looking to VMware vCloud Air to help them deploy next generation applications and infrastructure.  A participant in this session will leave with an understanding of the five starting areas that consumers have been adopting to gain benefits of a highly scalable, cost effective, dependable cloud platform while continuing to use the tools and services they have already invested in.
Time: 15:00 – 15:50

See you all there.






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