A Virtual VMworld

A Virtual VMworld?

Not quite but pretty close!  Attending the next vForum on May 13th is the next best thing to a big conference, thanks to all available technical sessions, live Q&A with product specialists and opportunities to conduct Hands-on Labs guided by experts.  If you missed VMworld or simply want to hear what is new, what is changing and coming soon on a specific VMware product or technology of your interest, this vForum is one you don’t want to miss.

What is vForum Online?

You will have the opportunity to do much of what a VMworld day is like… hear a keynote from Pat Gelsinger, VMware’s CEO, choose from a variety of almost 40 technical breakout sessions covering Multi-Cloud, Security, Hyperconverged Infrastructure, Kubernetes, NSX-T Networking, End-User Computing (WorkspaceONE and Horizon) amongst others. You can interact live with more than 130 experts to whom you can submit specific use case questions, perhaps regarding something you are presently working on or planning as part of a future project; plus take advantage of Expert-led Hands-on Labs with brand new content for this year, comprising a broad range of the latest solutions we will be talking about and learning of in the months and perhaps years to come, such as Tanzu Mission Control.

The Benefits of a Virtual Event

Many people, myself included, don’t mind traveling to a conference because of the value we find from face to face interactions, opportunities to network as well as to learn and see the new cool features or ask and discuss specific topics and ideas with experts. But let’s face it, the cost, planning and arrangements required to go away to a conference, is something I assume anyone could live without, and being able to still obtain the same level of knowledge from same type of technical sessions, and for FREE, is a chance that should not be wasted in my opinion.

Session Highlights

I am most looking forward to the content related to Tanzu Mission Control, anything and everything regarding Kubernetes and of course VMConAWS, which is a subject I will be assisting with again this year for Hands-on Labs.  What topics are you most interested in?
Take note that by the time of this virtual event, the subject matter expert presenters will be able to talk about vSphere .next and I’m sure many of us will have a ton of questions regarding the new capabilities and features that will be native to vCenter Server as well as better integrations and insights.

So, tell your boss and/or family that you will be “away” (dedicated) to a conference on May 13th and sign up now; it will cost you $0 and the return on investment is guaranteed 😉

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