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Virtualization Technical Education Event Invitation

"Virtualization is red hot and predicted to be a key market driver in 2006 and beyond" IDC 2006. Following the success of VMTexas, Intel, HP and VMware are proud to sponsor the 2nd round of Virtualization Technical Conferences; focused on VMware ESX Server discussions and best practices as well as information on new product advancements. This event will feature concentrated technical content surrounding VMware ESX Server 3.0 and VMware VirtualCenter 2.0- no sales or marketing pitches. A perfect event for people who are looking for in-depth technical content that you can not get anywhere else. You will have over 20 technical sessions to choose from which are 1 to 2.5 hours in length, including:

  • VMware ESX Server 3.0/ VMware VirtualCenter 2.0

  • How to Succeed with VMware P2V Assistant and Platespin's PowerConvert P2V Products

  • All day Hands-On Labs featuring VMware ESX Server 3/VMware VirtualCenter 2, VMware HA & VMware DRS as well as a number of other products to help manage your servers.

  • Disaster Recovery and VMware ESX Server

  • VMware Consolidated Backup

  • For a full list of sessions, go to

Register early, as event space is limited to the first 200 registrants per event location, and sessions with limited space will be filled on a first come, first served basis.


Virtualization Technical Education Event Details



Beginning July 6th, 2006 and continuing thru November 2006



City near you, click for details.



7:00 am to 5:00 pm



Early Bird through June 30: $325, Regular Price: $399
Included in your fee are:

  • In depth technical sessions on VMware ESX Server and VMware VirtualCenter

  • Breakfast, lunch, and snacks

  • Presentation documentation from all sessions

Register now: Click on the city you want to attend. The link will sign you up for that event in your city of choice.

Published Wednesday, May 31, 2006 6:19 AM by David Marshall
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