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My VMworld 2010 Schedule

This morning I finalized my VMworld 2010 schedule and I wanted to share it here. Here are the sessions for which I’m currently registered:

Monday, August 30, 2010

9:00AM: TA8631 - Future Direction of Networking Virtualization

10:30AM: TA6720 - Troubleshooting Using ESXTOP for Advanced Users

12:00PM: SE7813 - vShield Edge and Application Protection: Architecture and Use Cases

1:30PM: TA8037 - vApps, OVF, and Advanced VM Templates in vSphere

3:00PM: TA8245 - ESXi Internals: Better Understanding for Better Management and Troubleshooting

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

11:00AM: TA8101 - EMC Virtual Storage and VMware vSphere: Best Practices and Design Considerations

2:00PM: SS1004 - Infrastructure Technologies Purpose Built for the Private Cloud

3:30PM: DV7706 - View Composer: Technical Deep Dive and Best Practices

5:00PM: TA7805 - Tech Preview: Storage DRS

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

9:00AM: MA6580 - Bridge the ESX/ESXi Management Gap Using the vSphere Management Assistant (vMA), Tips and Tricks Included

1:30PM: TA8233 - Prioritizing Storage Resource Allocation in ESX Based Virtual Environments Using Storage I/O Control

3:00PM: SP9647 - Enhanced Business Continuity with Application Mobility on Vblocks Across Datacenters

4:30PM: SE8098 - Private Cloud Security: Vendor Secrets and Hypervisor Competitive Differences

Thursday, September 2, 2010

12:00PM: SE9600 - How to Attest Host Platform Security for Cloud Deployments: A Technology Preview from VMware, Intel, and RSA

1:30PM: TA8101 - EMC Virtual Storage and VMware vSphere: Best Practices and Design Considerations

3:00PM: BC8432 - SRM Futures: Host Based Replication

So…are there any really good sessions that I’ve missed? I’m trying to increase my focus on security (especially as relates to service providers) and desktop virtualization, so I’m open to suggestions for other sessions I should consider instead of the ones I have listed.

If you are attending VMworld 2010 and are interested in getting together with me, I’d love to meet up with you (schedule permitting, of course!). My conference calendar is available here; feel free to have a look and propose a potential meeting time.

And while we are discussing schedules and calendars, I would be remiss if I didn’t take this opportunity to remind you to visit the Spousetivites home page and register for spouse activities. You are bringing your spouse, right? Of course you are!

See you in San Francisco!

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