VMWorld 2011 (Schedule/Misc) #VMworld

Getting pretty pumped about VMworld, It will soon be here!!!!!

I went ahead and did up my Schedule a few weeks ago, I won’t be able to make all these sessions I will be lucky if I get to see at least half of them.

Sessions are not the reason I attend VMworld, I go mainly for the Labs, Parties!!, and getting to talk to people face to face that you would normally never get the chance to see. Plus give it a month or two and all the sessions will be available online. So no need to kill yourself trying to get to all the sessions you have booked, go ahead and enjoy yourself.

Events I will be hitting up

CXI Party Thanks to @CXI




DellTechCenter and Dell Customer Party


Contact your Dell Rep for the Customer Party

VMworld 2011 Party!!!


If you spend a fair amount of time on twitter, and plan to twit about VMworld, get yourself over to this link and add yourself.


My Schedule

VSP1682 VMware vSphere Clustering Q&A
VSP1823 VMware Storage Distributed Resource Scheduler
VSP2360 VMware vCenter 5.0: What’s New, What’s Cool
VSP3866 Performance Best Practices and Troubleshooting
VSP2296 What Everybody Ought to Know About Reporting the VMware vSphere Environment with PowerCLI
VSP2347 What’s New with VMware vSphere 5.0
VSP2447 Understanding Virtualized Memory Performance Management
VSP1882 Managing VMware ESXi with VMware vSphere PowerCLI
VSP4060 VMware vSphere 5.0 License Management
BCA1709 Successfully Running Active Directory in a Virtualized Environment
VSP3867 Top 10 Virtualization Support Issues
CIM2449 Introduction to VMware vCenter Operations
VSP1926 Getting Started with VMware vSphere Design
VSP3255 VMware Storage vMotion Deep Dive and Best Practices
VSP1700 VMware vSphere 5.0 Storage Features
VSP2884 What’s New in Performance for VMware vSphere 5.0
VSP3868 VMware vStorage Best Practices
BCO2874 vSphere High Availability 5.0 and SMP Fault Tolerance – Technical Overview an…
EUC2103 Storage Tips and Best Practices for VMware View Desktop Deployments
VSP2227 VMware vCenter Database Architecture, Performance and Troubleshooting

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