London VMUG July 2011

It’s not even a month since the last London VMUG event and the agenda for the next one has been released. The next meeting is on Thursday 14th July and is sponsored by Arista, Embotics and Vision Solutions. The London VMUG Steering Committee are delighted to invite you to our next event. Following on from the success of the new format unveiled at the May 12th VMUG, we will continue with multiple tracks and a vCOPS focused lab, along with a Genius Bar from VMware GSS to answer any burning issues you might have.  Details are below and we…

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London VMUG May 12th 2011

It barely seems like 5 minutes since the last London VMUG but at the same time it feels like so long ago too. But it's April and the agenda has been set for the next London VMUG and registration is now open. The theme for this VMUG is “Journey to the Cloud” and it marks a departure from the format that the London VMUG has adopted up until this point. This time there will be two content tracks to choose from and some live labs available (in the same sort of style (but not scale) as VMworld). The…

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London VMUG February 25th

The next date for the London VMUG was announced this morning. It is on Thursday 25th February 2010. The proposed agenda (shamelessly pinched from the announcement page on VMware Communities) is: 1100 – 1200 (Optional) PowerCLI / Powershell workshop – Alan Renouf. Please bring your own curly brackets. 12:30 – 13:00 Arrive & Refreshments 13:00 – 13:20 Welcome & News – Alaric Davies 13:20 – 14:00 Sponsor Presentation – Chris Hammans, Pano Logic Real world vSphere deployment experiences – Stuart Thompson (Mostly) Zero downtime DC migration for Dummies – Jonathan Medd 15:00 – 15:20 Refreshment break ESX…

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London VMUG (November 2009)

I had the pleasure of attending my first VMUG yesterday. I've wanted to join in for quite some time but there always seemed to be a reason why I missed it. This time though I was forewarned of the date by several blogs that I read and booked the day off straight away. Obtaining an invitation took a few days to arrange but that wasn't unreasonable given that the group is managed by volunteers with other demands on their time. It was interesting to meet some of the people whose names you know and blogs you read. I like being…

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