It’s official. It’s open. It’s time to finish those rough drafts for submission and get your abstract in the running for VMworld 2014. First, head on over to the VMworld website for all the important information about submitting an abstract.
We want to help you submit winning proposals. So take the time to review our Abstract Submission Guidelines. These helpful recommendations will guide you in preparing your titles and session descriptions and will assist you in avoiding the common pitfalls that lead to abstract rejections.
To get really inspired, check out the sessions that were accepted for the VMworld 2013 agenda. (Please note you will need a VMworld login to access this content).
Below is a listing of just a few of the topic areas* to consider for your content submissions:
Software-Defined Data Center
Public and Hybrid Cloud
Hybrid Cloud Network
vCloud Hybrid Service
Networking and Security
Storage and Business Continuity
Desktop and Desktop-as-a-Service
Social and Collaboration
Technology Exchange for Alliance Partners
*In addition to the above topics to choose from, you will also find tags in the Call for Papers to further help you categorize your session proposal. These tags include Technical Level, Products/Topics, Market Segment, and Attendee Role.
We strongly encourage you to utilize these tags thoughtfully to better your chances of being accepted onto the agenda. The more we know about your session the better. Unless otherwise noted, we will assume your session is appropriate for the general audience. Please DO NOT check every tag, as it will not increase your chances of acceptance.
Finally, as you complete your abstract and are ready to submit, use the link below. Good luck and we look forward to reading your submissions.
VMworld 2014 Call for Papers Submission Link