First VMUG of the year*. That has a nice sound to it. Full of promises for lots of good events to come.
The lovely folks who organise the London VMUG look to be putting on a super first event for 2014 and I'm looking forward to it. As well as having a distinctly “cloudy” flavour to it, there's a series of lightning talks on home labs scheduled. I know that the committee have been debating a trial of this format for a while now because I've suggested it a time or two myself. It works very well at CloudCamp (which, coincidentally, is on the same day but starting at 6:30pm – register for it here if you're interested) and I hope it will fit in very nicely here too.
|Track A||Track B|
|0830 – 0945||Event Reception|
|1000 – 1015||Welcome|
|1015 – 1100||Pernix Data – Frank Denneman|
|1100 – 1145||vCAC 6 – What's New
(Matt Steiner, VMware)
|1145 – 1215||Break|
|1215 – 1300||vSAN
(Justin Beck, VMware)
(Simon Greaves, Computacenter)
|1300 – 1400||Lunch|
|1400 – 1450||10ZiG||Nimble Storage|
|1500 – 1550||NSX with an Angle
(Peter Bury, VMware)
|Home Lab Lightning Talks
|1600 – 1650||How LEGO relocated to a new datacentre
(Enrico Laursen, LEGO)
|vCAC Real World Deployment
|1700 – 1715||Close|
|vBeers @ The Pavilion End|
So don't miss it, register now to avoid disappointment!
(* – Actually it's the 9th after Indianapolis, Spokane, Toledo, New Mexico, Iowa, Singapore, Louisville and Denver but for me it'll be the first.)