Registration for VMworld Europe 2011 is open
Every year VMware is organizes VMworld. It offers attendees informative sessions and hands-on labs, plus access to a wealth of technology partners. The U.S. edition of VMworld takes place in the The Venetian in Las Vegas from August 29th until September 1st. The European edition will take place one and a half months later from October 18th until October 20th at the Bella Center in Copenhagen, Denmark.
VMworld is all about virtualization and cloud computing. So, don’t miss your best chance to learn how to unlock its full power for your organization at VMworld 2011. You’ll find the knowledge and tools you need to realize your vision for virtualization and cloud computing within your organization—and deliver a meaningful business impact.
You can save $400 on VMworld Las Vegas if you register before June 24th or €300 on VMworld Europe if you register before July 29th.
I have been to VMworld three times now, so trust me when I say ‘It will be the best $1.600/€1.100 you will spend in 2011‘.
What’s in it for me?
Learn: Select from Breakout Sessions and Hands on Labs that cover topics such as leveraging the public cloud, virtualizing enterprise applications and managing desktops as a service.
Engage: Meet one on one with Knowledge Experts or join group discussions to learn and share with peers and industry experts.
Network: Visit industry-leading technology partners showcasing complementary solutions that can help you dramatically reduce your IT complexity.
Having trouble convincing your boss?
You already know how important VMworld 2011 is for your organization. Covering every aspect of virtualization and cloud computing, this once-a-year-event will provide essential opportunities for hands-on instruction, product evaluation, networking and brainstorming. The business impact of your VMworld participation, including increased simplicity, agility and cost efficiency, makes this one of the best IT investments your company will make all year.
To help your boss understand the importance of sending you to VMworld, as well as the return on investment it will bring, VMware has put together a justification email for you to use. Feel free to add or edit to fit your own situation—for example, by referring to specific issues, concerns or initiatives within your organization for which VMworld will be especially valuable.
I hope to see you in Copenhagen in October.